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Sunday morning jazz concert #1 - Ian Cleaver Quartet

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Conservatorium Hotel

27 Van Baerlestraat

1071 AN Amsterdam

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Expression of Art Award – Sunday Jazz Concerts

The Conservatorium hotel has established a strong collaboration with the Conservatorium van Amsterdam; Amsterdam's University of the Arts, since the day of its opening in 2011. This award series emphasises the heritage and history of the building, which has been the house of the former Sweelinck Conservatory of Music from 1983 to 2008. This award will give four bands the opportunity to perform within the hotel and compete for the scholarship of €5000,- offered by the Conservatorium hotel. Like last year the Public Award of 750,- will be offered by Sennheiser, long term partner of the Conservatorium hotel. Join us for the Sunday Jazz Concert every last Sunday of the month from January until May and find out who will be the winner of the award during the Grand Finale in May.


The band

The first concert of the series will be by the Ian Cleaver Quartet on 27 January. Ian Cleaver is a promising young jazz trumpeter born and raised in Amsterdam and started improvising at a young age. Performing professionally since the age of 16, he performed with various small and big bands at venues including Het Concertgebouw, BIMHUIS and at the North Sea Jazz Festival. In 2016 Cleaver won the prestigious Princess Christina Concours, which included a study trip to New York and a guest soloist appearance with the Jazz Orchestra of Het Concertgebouw. Ever since, he has shared the stage with the likes of Dick Oatts, Ben van Gelder, Anton Goudsmit, Jasper Blom, Benjamin Herman and many more. With his newly formed quartet (that debuted in the Bimhuis last november) Cleaver will perform a mix of original compositions and unknown gems by a.o. Duke Ellington and Misha Mengelberg. ‘In the hands of Cleaver the trumpet sounds what it was originally intended for: to shake up everybody. A great promise for the future!’ (Jazzenzo).

Ian Cleaver - Trumpet

Tommaso Perrazzo - Piano

Steven Willem Zwanink - Bass

Giacomo Camilletti - Drums

The jury

Edo Righini: Associate Director Dean of Jazz and Pop Music Studies at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Executive Board Member Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw.

Jasper Blom: A leading tenor and soprano saxophonist of the Dutch jazz scene and one of the most versatile players in the Benelux. Jasper Blom is currently active as a player and composer of both contemporary improvised music and jazz and can be heard regularly throughout the Netherlands and Europe as an active player in different musical settings. He also teaches jazz saxophone at the Conservatory van Amsterdam.

Reinier Baas: A prominent figure in the contemporary European jazz scene. As a soloist, he has performed with the Metropole Orchestra, the Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw and the New Rotterdam Jazz Orchestra. A duo album with fellow faculty member Ben van Gelder and their collaboration with the multiple Grammy Award-winning Metropole Orchestra entitled Smash Hits is released in November 2018.

Tickets & Support
By purchasing a ticket for this concert, you will be supporting the Papageno Foundation that focuses on the development of children and young people with autism by offering music therapy and a place to work. €10,- of every ticket will be donated to the Papageno Foundation.

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27 Van Baerlestraat

1071 AN Amsterdam

Netherlands

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