do 04 apr

08:00 - 23:59, Treehouse NDSM

LIVE AT OUR PLACE: Marko Ivic + T R O M P O & Remy Alexander


On April 7th, Live at Our Place will present a blend of minimal, electronic, and acoustic music by pianist Marko Ivic, who will be playing songs from his upcoming album, “When I entered, there was a room,”  as well as improvisations.

For the second act, T R O M P O & Remi Alexander invite you to submerge yourself in the minimal, dreamy sounds of violin, double bass, flute, synthesisers and electronics from their new collaboration titled “Memories”.

Live at Our Place is a series of monthly intimate concerts by Treehouse NDSM’s musicians-in-residence. Our industrial Pavilion building will be turned into the musicians’ own living room, tuned each time to their own particular style and vibe. We invite you to our place, grab a drink, sit on the couch (or dance!), and enjoy the tunes that our talented community is working on during their stay at Treehouse NDSM.

/ In partnership with We Are Public


Marko Ivic is an interdisciplinary artist based in Amsterdam. His music style is inspired by minimal electronic music and combines the piano’s lyricism with live effects and improvisation.

Hailing back from Maracaibo, Venezuela, Marko moved to Croatia to study classical piano and afterward to The Netherlands for Live electronic studies at the Conservatory of Amsterdam.

Since then, he has staged and taken part in interdisciplinary performances of various kinds, alternating the roles of maker, performer and composer/sound designer for theatre, dance and film.


T R O M P O is a new music ensemble dedicated to the performance of the music of now.

T R O M P O is made up of Carlos Anez (Flute), Marthe Lasthuis (Violin), and Laura Nygren (Double Bass).

The three met while studying and living in The Netherlands and bonded over love of playing together, making strange and beautiful sounds, and stretching the limits of their instruments.


Remy Alexander likes to compose using a wide variety of influences.

Aside from composing for acoustic settings, he has been getting more and more into the use of electronic means to broaden the colour spectrum and possibilities of an instrument.

Remy has earned his BA in composition at the Conservatory of Utrecht, and his MA in composition at Fontys and the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, having studied with Mayke Nas, Martijn Padding, Anthony Fiumara and Jacob TV.

He has participated in the YCM of Orkest de Ereprijs, and in 2018 has been awarded the Tera de Mare Oyens prize during the Gaudeamus week.

His music has been performed at festivals such as November Music, the Huddersfield Contemporary music festival, Gaudeamus and Cross-linx.