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: Mark Alban Lotz on flute, Jesse Schilderink on tenor sax, Vincent Veneman on trombone, Thomas Pol on double bass and my old friend Max Sergeant on drums.
The mixing and editing is also finished and the record is expected to see the light of day in spring 2022. A CD release concert is being worked on, the details of which I will of course pass on as soon as possible.
But here’s a little preview: a fragment of the piece The Drowned World.