|Kom 16 maart, 23 maart en/of 20 april naar D'n Hiemel voor een drankje onder begeleiding van het Big Swing Face jazztrio.|
|Soort gelegenheid:||- Entertainmentcafé|
|Zondag:||14:30 tot 21:00|
|Ons publiek:||Alle leeftijden|
|Onze muziek:||- Jazz|
|Big Swing Face jazztrio|
“Reviving that burning swing of the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s”
Ruben Bromet (July 20, 1986) is a Dutch drummer/bandleader. After several years of private instruction and performances in many different settings around Amsterdam, in 2007 he relocated to study drums at the Conservatory of Maastricht with professors Ron van Stratum and Arnoud Gerritse. His own professional career having just started, he is now actively performing with a number of artists (Big Swing Face, Charlotte Haesen Quintet, The Money Trio) in the Maastricht-Liège-Aachen Euregion, as well as making regular solo appearances as a street musician on the old bridge in Maastricht. Past references include Al Defino, Vladimir Shirkin, Daniël Daemen, Hans Meijer, Quinten Kray, Joe Ambrosia, Sambaca, The Ox and Ulterior Motive.
Tristan Hupe (1987) is a Dutch pianist and composer. As a young musician, Tristan had lessons with a.o. Pieter Grimbergen. During that time he participated in (and won) several classical competitions. His musical heart aching for more improvisation, he went to the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, where he is studying jazz piano with Jasper Soffers. Tristan has played with artists such as Onur Ataman, DJ Maestro, Stef van Es and Philip Harper. At this moment he is the composer and keyboard player of the modern hip hop formation HIDO, and the leader of many different projects (PEEP SHOW, Living Room Project, Sprakeloos). Performances in big concert halls like Carré (Amsterdam), Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), Paard van Troje (The Hague) and De Doelen (Rotterdam) are a part of his professional life.
Johannes Vos is a 29-year-old double bass player who finally reached the final year of his studies at the Conservatory of Maastricht. Mainly dedicating himself to jazz music, playing in various settings, from duos up to big bands, from traditional up to modern and odd, from pizzicato up to arco, he became a big admirer of one of the godfathers of the double bass in jazz, Ray Brown. Apart from that, you can find him in the middle of a trio, backing up a cabaret artist; recently he was involved in a cross over project between singer-songwriter-music and acting. Performing regularly in the neighbourhood of Maastricht and Aachen, he also found his way as a teacher, passing on to his students what he found out.