Showtime: 14:00 | 14:30 | 15:00
* make a reservation for a special ride on a historic tram (OCCII was build as a tram depot) with live music, from OCCII to the festival site.
rides start at amstelveenseweg 134 in front of OCCii building:
14:00 – 14:30 DANiBAL (mouthharp)
14:30 – 15:00 NATHALiO SUED (sax)
15:00 – 15:30 XAViER CHARLES (clarinet)
Jew’s harp virtuoso and sound artist. His suitcase is filled with mouth harps from all over the world. Last August he played with his duo Heug at the ninth International Mouth Harp Congress held in Berlin. As a
singer he plays the possibilities of his voice (including throat singing and yodeling). Danibal creates his own world of sounds with the help of live loops. His performance was once described as electronic dada folk.
That sounds like an exciting genre, let’s stick to that.
Improviser pur sang: ‘Natalio’s playing on both tenor sax and clarinet is top-notch, unpredictable and at the same time soothing’ (Jazzenzo).
This Argentinean saxophonist is considered one of the most representative voices of the new jazz scene in Buenos Aires and a very distinct player and composer among the musicians in Europe.
He combines the simplicity and expressivity of folk songs with the rhythmic and harmonic complexity of jazz music, which turns out as a very unique sound.
After playing and recording with a bunch of the finest local musicians in Buenos Aires he moved to Amsterdam where he rapidly developed his own music with different groups.
Xavier Charles is an active clarinetist in the world of improvised music, known from a variety of constellations and ensembles.
In his work with groups and collectives, he has also collaborated with The Ex, Ingar Zach, Axel Dörner, Ivar Grideland, John Butcher, Jacques Di Donato, Frédéric Le Junter, Otomo Yoshihide, Getachew Mekuria, Emmanuelle Pellegrini, Lionel Marchetti, Michel Doneda and Frédéric Blondy. Different collectifs (Dans Les Arbres, Ouie-Dire, ONCEIM, No Spaguettitti Edition, Chris Burn Ensemble, Atmosphérique).
Currently his musical research ranges from performance on the clarinet to the installation of vibrating speakers, at the edge of improvised music, noisy rock and electro-acoustic sound.
Bookings are closed for this event. only for 14.30 tram tickets at the door tickets will be sold at the door