About the album
A player's "prime directive", Dave Holland has decided, should be to spread joy while making creative music. His role model in this regard remains Duke Ellington, whose melodies were the lure to draw listeners deeper into the world of jazz interaction; so it is with the Holland Quintet. Prime Directive, the album, picks where the Grammy-nominated Points of View left off, and is the stronger for the addition of Chris Potter, widely regarded as one of the most exciting young saxophonists in North America.
Anton Goudsmit, Zapp 4 and Bram Stadhouders at November Music 2014
Next week November Music festival is starting again on November 5th. Anton Goudsmit will be playing with the Bad Plus on November 8th and Zapp 4 with Marc Ribot. This is the second time the festival organised this so-called 'Colours of Improvisation' where unique connections between musicans are made. So two ...Read more
Available now, a new reference recording of Beethoven
The Complete Beethoven Sonatas for Violin and Piano on 4 SACD's by Isabelle van Keulen & Hannes Minnaar is available. For a week the duo was in the studio recording the CD's and now we can present this album with huge pride. Not only because of the two star musicians ...Read more