NO PRESALE, TICKETS AT THE DOOR, CAPACITY 250
DUO Andrew Barker & John Dikeman (US) + Jose Soares, Alistair Payne, Aaron Lumely & Tristan Refrow
Free Jazz | Improv | CD presentation
NYC based drummer Andrew Barker (Barker Trio, Gold Sparkle Band, William Parker’s Little Huey Creative Music Orchestra) joins Amsterdam based saxophonist John Dikeman (Cactus Truck, Universal Indians with Joe McPhee) for their second tour in Europe as a duet, exploring the reaches of Free Jazz and improvisation, pushing themselves toward the unknown and the unexpected. Barker and Dikeman also celebrate the release of their first recording together, “All Things Are Possible.” Out on Phantom Ear Music only available Tonight from the Band!
And second band is:
José Soares – sax, Alistair Payne – trumpet, Aaron Lumley – bass, Tristan Renfrow – drums
John Dikeman – tenor saxophone
Andrew Barker – drums
John Dikeman (2.3.83, Rushville, NE, USA) is an American saxophonist currently residing in Amsterdam. Drawing inspiration from a wide range of sources, John’s playing runs the gamut of improvised music and technique. John has performed extensively in the Netherlands and USA as well as Canada, Brasil, Russia and throughout Europe and the Middle East and has played with the likes of Joe McPhee, Jeb Bishop, Han Bennink, members of The Ex, Roy Campbell, Ab Baars.
Find him at: http://www.doek.org/project/john-dikeman/
The distinctive, instinctual drummer Andrew Barker, based in Brooklyn, NY, has co-founded and participated in many projects on the fringes of free jazz, such as Gold Sparkle Band and Acid Birds. Another one of his endeavors is a small combo he leads, the Barker Trio, and his own Barker trio, a sax-bass-drums combo with reedman Michael Foster and bassist Tim Dahl. In his twenty-past years on the scene he’s also collaborated with Sonny Simmons, William Parker, Daniel Carter, Sirone and many others.
Find him at: https://andrewbarker1.bandcamp.com/
Aaron Lumely & Tristan Refrow Quartet, Alistair Payne, Andrew Barker, DUO Andrew Barker & John Dikeman, JOHN DIKEMAN, Jose Soares