vr 15 jul

20:30 - 23:00, Hoogtij
 

GUY SALAMON GROUP / CHIEKO DONKER DUYVIS (YOUNG CREATOR) – ON THE ROOF (DOUBLE BILL)

 

Double-bill, purchased tickets are valid for the whole evening.

GUY SALAMON GROUP

The Guy Salamon Group have just released their 2nd album ‘Creatures! Creatures!’ The line-up of this 8 piece band reads like a ‘who-is-who’ of a new generation of creative Amsterdam musicians from all corners of the world. Let’s see how many of them we can fit on our stage to perform the original compositions of their remarkable drummer and bandleader.

Line-up

Guy Salamon – drums, compositions
Alistair Payne – trumpet
Ian Cleaver – trumpet
Josè Soares – alto sax
Lucas Martinez – tenor sax
Teis Semey – guitar
Youngwoo Lee – piano
Brodie Jarvie – bass

Voorpret

Tickets

 

CHIEKO DONKER DUIVIS

Chieko Donker Duivis is the featured ‘Jonge Maker’ (Young Creator) at this year’s Grachtenfestival. On the Roof will be the first venue to present a preview of her new Ensemble, consisting of co-creators rooted in both classical and Brazilian/ South-American music.

Line-up

Chieko Donker Duyvis – cello, vocals
Angelo Ursini – flute, clarinet
Cesar Puente – doublebass, vocals
Theo de Blasis – guitar
Joshua Lutz – piano
Udo Demandt- percussion

Voorpret

Tickets

 

Young Creators

Each year, there’s a tremendous amount of talent graduating from Dutch conservatories or coming to Amsterdam from abroad. We have always been trying to make enough room for upcoming artists in our program. This year, we’d like to take it a step further: in collaboration with the Van Bijleveltstichting, we offer 3 chosen talents a sustainable boost for their career: in mentoring sessions with Tami Matuoka Toledo, they will get new insights in career planning, project management, PR and other skills that are essential to survive in the music business. Furthermore, Sophie Conin will produce a video profile that they can use to present themselves to other curators, journalists, fans etc

 

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