About the album
Since the early 1980s Ned Rothenberg has been forging some of the most original solo saxophone music in the world. Drawing upon classical, jazz, improvisation and world music traditions his solo performances are passionate, virtuosic and hypnotic. His latest Tzadik release focuses on his clarinet playing and establishes him as one of the most consistently interesting and versatile reed players around. Circular breathing, multiphonics, an angular melodic sense and a surprisingly polyphonic style.
Heading for the Edison - The Goeyvaerts String Trio wins!
The Goeyvaerts String Trio wins an Edison Award in the category Chamber music for the cd 'Stabat Mater'! Other nominees in the same category were Steven Issirlis and Quator Ebene. In the jury report we can read: "The Goeyvaerts String Trio makes Pärt’s Stabat Mater bloom as never before: crystal clear and ...Read more
Isabelle van Keulen Ensemble on tour
The Isabelle van Keulen Ensemble is touring The Netherlands and Belgium as we speak. Tonight a concert in Antwerpen (Amuz), the 15th in Amsterdam (Noorderkerk) and the 16th in Gouda (Schouwburg). The cd 'Tango' with music of Astor Piazzolla is part of the campagin Aangenaam Klassiek 2014 and available now for ...Read more