Reviews are beginning to come in for Music at Night and we’re starting on a high note! Jazz Dergisi in Turkey wrote this wonderful review: “The New York Second is Holland’s latest gift to the modern jazz world… This sound reminded me of the orchestration approach of Herbie Hancock’s album “The Prisoner”… When the album […]
Earlier this year we were honored to play in the finals of the Karel van Eerd Music Awards – and now the lovely people at KVEMA made this beautiful video with excerpts from our performance and from the interview we did afterwards. With thanks to Koen Smits, Tom Beek, Vincent Veneman, Max Sergeant, Mark Alban […]
A very cool new milestone for the group today: we were invited to play music from our new album Music at Night for VPRO Vrije Geluiden, THE preeminent music TV show in the Netherlands. Watch this space, or follow us on facebook, for news on when / where the video will be made available! UPDATE: […]
Our new album Music at Night (and Other Stories) has hit Spotify. And one of the tracks – Him a Bull? Ha! a Bird – was added to Spotify’s Late Night Jazz playlist. (You know, the one that is “the perfect backdrop to an evening spent relaxing in solitude.”) Along with our song, 99 other […]
Good news: our new The New York Second CD “Music at Night” is available at lnk.to/musicatnight, with links to Spotify and Apple Music. Curious to know what you think of it!
Good or bad news? In January 2022, out f 119 bands, we were nominated for the Karel van Eerd Music Awards. The public vote brought us to the next round and we were allowed to play the finals, together with five other fine bands. In the end, after the Live Concert on 13 March, we […]
After rehearsals in May 2021, in July the recordings took place in the well-known Wedgeview Studio for my new album project, Music at Night. Teus Nobel is back again, this time not only as a trumpet player but also as co-producer and compiler of the band. Besides Teus himself, this resulted in a beautiful ensemble: […]
It was a long winter, but a fruitful one: the long lockdown evenings often found me behind the digital piano, working on a new and challenging project: nine new compositions; this time not for the well-known quartet, but for a septet with flute, trumpet, sax and trombone. Besides the regular piano, bass and drums of […]