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Vitrine Vocale - Jazz Thing Next Generation Vol. 23

Jacobien Vlasman Quintett

Vitrine Vocale - Jazz Thing Next Generation Vol. 23

Price: € 8.95
Format: CD
Label: Double Moon Records
UPC: 0608917107029
Catnr: DMCHR 71070
Release date: 30 May 2008
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Double Moon Records
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0608917107029
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DMCHR 71070
Release date
30 May 2008
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Jacobien Vlasman - vocals | Jan von Klewitz - sax
Kia Bruckner - guitars | Johannes Gunkel - doublebass
Rainer Winch - drums / cymbals

The „Jazz thing Next Generation“-series, on which Esther Kaiser, Anette von Eichel, Ignaz Dinneì, Benjamin Schafer, Martin Auer, Oktoposse, Cyminology, Christian Krischkowsky, Nadia Maria Fischer, Gary Fuhrmann, Treì, Coustics, Tobi Hofmann, Frederik Koster, HDV-Trio, Jochen Baldes Subnoder, Subtone , Adrian Reiter Quartet, Christof May, Lorenz Hargassner and Max Frankl have debuted on Double Moon Records, is now being continued, already with Volume 23.

Her name suggests as much: Jacobien was born in Amsterdam, but already moved to Germany with her parents as a child. She had classical piano lessons for 12 years, but then also began to sing in choirs of various styles at an early age. Everything changed in the middle of her 20s; she chose music as her main
profession and voice as her main instrument. Since that time, she has taken lessons and attended workshops, among others with Maria Joao (who is still a friend of hers today), Mark Murphy, Theo Bleckmann and Bobby McFerrin. This list shows that Jacobien studied all genres to find her own expression
in singing in the end. Following various distinctions (e.g., 1st prize in the „Jazz & Blues Award Berlin“), she is now releasing her debut CD.
Ihr Name l�sst es vermuten: Jacobien wurde in Amsterdam geboren, sie lebt aber seit langem in Berlin. Seit sie Musik zu ihrem Hauptberuf w�hlte und ihre Stimme zum Hauptinstrument erkor, nahm sie Unterricht und besuchte Workshops bei u.a. Maria Joao, Mark Murphy, Theo Bleckmann und Bobby McFerrin. Schon diese Liste l�sst erkennen, dass Jacobien sich in alle Richtungen gebildet hat, um schlie�lich ihren eigenen gesanglichen Ausdruck zu finden. Nach diversen Auszeichnungen (z.B. 1. Preis beim 'Jazz & Blues Award Berlin') nun also ihr CD-Debut.

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Jacobien Vlasman Quintet

Her name suggests as much: Jacobien was born in Amsterdam, but already moved to Germany with her parents as a child. She had classical piano lessons for 12 years, but then also began to sing in choirs of various styles at an early age. Everything changed in the middle of her 20s; she chose music as her main profession and voice as her main instrument. Since that time, she has taken lessons and attended  workshops, among others with Maria Joao (who is still a friend of hers today), Mark Murphy, Theo Bleckmann and Bobby McFerrin. This list shows that Jacobien studied all genres to find her own expression in singing in the end. Following various distinctions (e.g., 1st prize in...
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Her name suggests as much: Jacobien was born in Amsterdam, but already moved to Germany with her parents as a child. She had classical piano lessons for 12 years, but then also began to sing in choirs of various styles at an early age. Everything changed in the middle of her 20s; she chose music as her main profession and voice as her main instrument. Since that time, she has taken lessons and attended workshops, among others with Maria Joao (who is still a friend of hers today), Mark Murphy, Theo Bleckmann and Bobby McFerrin. This list shows that Jacobien studied all genres to find her own expression in singing in the end. Following various distinctions (e.g., 1st prize in the „Jazz & Blues Award Berlin“), she is now releasing her debut CD.

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