André Meyer-Vitali ARPS

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Amateur of light and colours. Catcher of rays. Creator of pictures. PhD in Computer Science. Associate of the Royal Photographic Society (ARPS).
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BOJAN Z TRIO Parisian star pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic mixes jazz, classical, rock and Balkan music, with heaps of energy in a unique personal style. Featuring, among others, drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic blends jazz and exciting contemporary classical playing with folk music from former Yugoslavia. He often plays various keyboards at the same time and even dares to take the plunge inside the piano, banging directly on the strings to emphasize his playing. At the Bimhuis he plays in trio formation with bassist Thomas Bramerie and drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Bojan Z belongs to the top of the French jazz pianists; he won the Django d’Or (best French jazz musician) and he earned the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, an honour that is granted to very few immigrant artists. He previously collaborated with, among others, Henri Texier, Michel Portal and Julien Loureau. ‘Bojan Z’s Balkan roots surface all over the place in folk-dance scatterings, but his fondness for microtonal lines that are rudely rubbed against the harmony keeps the edge sharp’ (The Guardian). Bojan Zulfikarpasic piano, Thomas Bramerie bass, Martijn Vink drums Artist Jazz Music Piano Artist Bass Concert Double Bass Live Music Musical Instrument Musician Performance Stage String Instrument
BOJAN Z TRIO Parisian star pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic mixes jazz, classical, rock and Balkan music, with heaps of energy in a unique personal style. Featuring, among others, drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic blends jazz and exciting contemporary classical playing with folk music from former Yugoslavia. He often plays various keyboards at the same time and even dares to take the plunge inside the piano, banging directly on the strings to emphasize his playing. At the Bimhuis he plays in trio formation with bassist Thomas Bramerie and drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Bojan Z belongs to the top of the French jazz pianists; he won the Django d’Or (best French jazz musician) and he earned the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, an honour that is granted to very few immigrant artists. He previously collaborated with, among others, Henri Texier, Michel Portal and Julien Loureau. ‘Bojan Z’s Balkan roots surface all over the place in folk-dance scatterings, but his fondness for microtonal lines that are rudely rubbed against the harmony keeps the edge sharp’ (The Guardian). Bojan Zulfikarpasic piano, Thomas Bramerie bass, Martijn Vink drums Jazz Artist Concert Drums Live Music Musical Instrument Musician Percussion Performance Stage
BOJAN Z TRIO Parisian star pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic mixes jazz, classical, rock and Balkan music, with heaps of energy in a unique personal style. Featuring, among others, drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic blends jazz and exciting contemporary classical playing with folk music from former Yugoslavia. He often plays various keyboards at the same time and even dares to take the plunge inside the piano, banging directly on the strings to emphasize his playing. At the Bimhuis he plays in trio formation with bassist Thomas Bramerie and drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Bojan Z belongs to the top of the French jazz pianists; he won the Django d’Or (best French jazz musician) and he earned the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, an honour that is granted to very few immigrant artists. He previously collaborated with, among others, Henri Texier, Michel Portal and Julien Loureau. ‘Bojan Z’s Balkan roots surface all over the place in folk-dance scatterings, but his fondness for microtonal lines that are rudely rubbed against the harmony keeps the edge sharp’ (The Guardian). Bojan Zulfikarpasic piano, Thomas Bramerie bass, Martijn Vink drums Jazz Artist Concert Drums Live Music Musical Instrument Musician Percussion Performance Stage
BOJAN Z TRIO Parisian star pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic mixes jazz, classical, rock and Balkan music, with heaps of energy in a unique personal style. Featuring, among others, drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic blends jazz and exciting contemporary classical playing with folk music from former Yugoslavia. He often plays various keyboards at the same time and even dares to take the plunge inside the piano, banging directly on the strings to emphasize his playing. At the Bimhuis he plays in trio formation with bassist Thomas Bramerie and drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Bojan Z belongs to the top of the French jazz pianists; he won the Django d’Or (best French jazz musician) and he earned the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, an honour that is granted to very few immigrant artists. He previously collaborated with, among others, Henri Texier, Michel Portal and Julien Loureau. ‘Bojan Z’s Balkan roots surface all over the place in folk-dance scatterings, but his fondness for microtonal lines that are rudely rubbed against the harmony keeps the edge sharp’ (The Guardian). Bojan Zulfikarpasic piano, Thomas Bramerie bass, Martijn Vink drums Jazz Piano Artist Concert Keyboard Live Music Musical Instrument Musician Performance Stage Synthesizer
BOJAN Z TRIO Parisian star pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic mixes jazz, classical, rock and Balkan music, with heaps of energy in a unique personal style. Featuring, among others, drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic blends jazz and exciting contemporary classical playing with folk music from former Yugoslavia. He often plays various keyboards at the same time and even dares to take the plunge inside the piano, banging directly on the strings to emphasize his playing. At the Bimhuis he plays in trio formation with bassist Thomas Bramerie and drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Bojan Z belongs to the top of the French jazz pianists; he won the Django d’Or (best French jazz musician) and he earned the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, an honour that is granted to very few immigrant artists. He previously collaborated with, among others, Henri Texier, Michel Portal and Julien Loureau. ‘Bojan Z’s Balkan roots surface all over the place in folk-dance scatterings, but his fondness for microtonal lines that are rudely rubbed against the harmony keeps the edge sharp’ (The Guardian). Bojan Zulfikarpasic piano, Thomas Bramerie bass, Martijn Vink drums Jazz Artist Bass Concert Double Bass Live Music Musical Instrument Musician Performance Stage
BOJAN Z TRIO Parisian star pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic mixes jazz, classical, rock and Balkan music, with heaps of energy in a unique personal style. Featuring, among others, drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic blends jazz and exciting contemporary classical playing with folk music from former Yugoslavia. He often plays various keyboards at the same time and even dares to take the plunge inside the piano, banging directly on the strings to emphasize his playing. At the Bimhuis he plays in trio formation with bassist Thomas Bramerie and drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Bojan Z belongs to the top of the French jazz pianists; he won the Django d’Or (best French jazz musician) and he earned the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, an honour that is granted to very few immigrant artists. He previously collaborated with, among others, Henri Texier, Michel Portal and Julien Loureau. ‘Bojan Z’s Balkan roots surface all over the place in folk-dance scatterings, but his fondness for microtonal lines that are rudely rubbed against the harmony keeps the edge sharp’ (The Guardian). Bojan Zulfikarpasic piano, Thomas Bramerie bass, Martijn Vink drums Jazz Piano Artist Concert Keyboard Live Music Musical Instrument Musician Performance Stage Synthesizer
BOJAN Z TRIO Parisian star pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic mixes jazz, classical, rock and Balkan music, with heaps of energy in a unique personal style. Featuring, among others, drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic blends jazz and exciting contemporary classical playing with folk music from former Yugoslavia. He often plays various keyboards at the same time and even dares to take the plunge inside the piano, banging directly on the strings to emphasize his playing. At the Bimhuis he plays in trio formation with bassist Thomas Bramerie and drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Bojan Z belongs to the top of the French jazz pianists; he won the Django d’Or (best French jazz musician) and he earned the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, an honour that is granted to very few immigrant artists. He previously collaborated with, among others, Henri Texier, Michel Portal and Julien Loureau. ‘Bojan Z’s Balkan roots surface all over the place in folk-dance scatterings, but his fondness for microtonal lines that are rudely rubbed against the harmony keeps the edge sharp’ (The Guardian). Bojan Zulfikarpasic piano, Thomas Bramerie bass, Martijn Vink drums Jazz Piano Artist Concert Keyboard Live Music Musical Instrument Musician Performance Stage Synthesizer
BOJAN Z TRIO Parisian star pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic mixes jazz, classical, rock and Balkan music, with heaps of energy in a unique personal style. Featuring, among others, drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic blends jazz and exciting contemporary classical playing with folk music from former Yugoslavia. He often plays various keyboards at the same time and even dares to take the plunge inside the piano, banging directly on the strings to emphasize his playing. At the Bimhuis he plays in trio formation with bassist Thomas Bramerie and drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Bojan Z belongs to the top of the French jazz pianists; he won the Django d’Or (best French jazz musician) and he earned the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, an honour that is granted to very few immigrant artists. He previously collaborated with, among others, Henri Texier, Michel Portal and Julien Loureau. ‘Bojan Z’s Balkan roots surface all over the place in folk-dance scatterings, but his fondness for microtonal lines that are rudely rubbed against the harmony keeps the edge sharp’ (The Guardian). Bojan Zulfikarpasic piano, Thomas Bramerie bass, Martijn Vink drums Jazz Artist Bass Concert Double Bass Live Music Musical Instrument Musician Performance Stage
BOJAN Z TRIO Parisian star pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic mixes jazz, classical, rock and Balkan music, with heaps of energy in a unique personal style. Featuring, among others, drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Pianist Bojan Zulfikarpasic blends jazz and exciting contemporary classical playing with folk music from former Yugoslavia. He often plays various keyboards at the same time and even dares to take the plunge inside the piano, banging directly on the strings to emphasize his playing. At the Bimhuis he plays in trio formation with bassist Thomas Bramerie and drummer Martijn Vink (The Ploctones). Bojan Z belongs to the top of the French jazz pianists; he won the Django d’Or (best French jazz musician) and he earned the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, an honour that is granted to very few immigrant artists. He previously collaborated with, among others, Henri Texier, Michel Portal and Julien Loureau. ‘Bojan Z’s Balkan roots surface all over the place in folk-dance scatterings, but his fondness for microtonal lines that are rudely rubbed against the harmony keeps the edge sharp’ (The Guardian). Bojan Zulfikarpasic piano, Thomas Bramerie bass, Martijn Vink drums Jazz Artist Concert Drums Live Music Musical Instrument Musician Percussion Performance Stage
VIJAY IYER & CRAIG TABORN Two innovative New York pianists, contemporaries, friends and, on top of that, both at the forefront of adventurous contemporary music, will perform as a duo. It is a rare occasion that these two pianists perform as a twosome. Both are being praised for their imaginative playing and their qualities as solo pianists and band leaders of many ensembles, which often include prominent jazz and improv players from New York. This unique excursion from their busy schedules could be described as not just a duo, but a challenging dialogue between two innovative spirits who are open to jazz history as well as new developments in the fields of hip-hop, electronica and the classical spectrum. Vijay Iyer does not see himself as a typical virtuoso, but still he’s an important example for the current generation of jazz pianists because of his originality and unique timing. Thelonious Monk is a source of inspiration, but his music can also refer to Michael Jackson, M.I.A. or techno pioneer Robert Hood. His comrade Craig Taborn is being hailed as a ‘visionary of the current wave’ (Downbeat) because of his intriguing style of playing in which he explores the tones and overtones of the piano in their smallest details. ‘A piano spectacle that meandered between expressionism and impressionism’ (Enola.be on Vijay Iyer & Craig Taborn). ‘They showed an amazing level of communication as they ran through one adventurous number after another. They kept the crowd guessing throughout the set list, motoring through a variety of tunes that spanned the gamut of modern jazz styles. The two players volleyed short leads countless times, delivering the musical equivalent of a tennis match’ (JazzTimes). Bimhuis, Amsterdam, March 9, 2018 Amsterdam Improvisation Jazz Music Piano Concert Live Performance
VIJAY IYER & CRAIG TABORN Two innovative New York pianists, contemporaries, friends and, on top of that, both at the forefront of adventurous contemporary music, will perform as a duo. It is a rare occasion that these two pianists perform as a twosome. Both are being praised for their imaginative playing and their qualities as solo pianists and band leaders of many ensembles, which often include prominent jazz and improv players from New York. This unique excursion from their busy schedules could be described as not just a duo, but a challenging dialogue between two innovative spirits who are open to jazz history as well as new developments in the fields of hip-hop, electronica and the classical spectrum. Vijay Iyer does not see himself as a typical virtuoso, but still he’s an important example for the current generation of jazz pianists because of his originality and unique timing. Thelonious Monk is a source of inspiration, but his music can also refer to Michael Jackson, M.I.A. or techno pioneer Robert Hood. His comrade Craig Taborn is being hailed as a ‘visionary of the current wave’ (Downbeat) because of his intriguing style of playing in which he explores the tones and overtones of the piano in their smallest details. ‘A piano spectacle that meandered between expressionism and impressionism’ (Enola.be on Vijay Iyer & Craig Taborn). ‘They showed an amazing level of communication as they ran through one adventurous number after another. They kept the crowd guessing throughout the set list, motoring through a variety of tunes that spanned the gamut of modern jazz styles. The two players volleyed short leads countless times, delivering the musical equivalent of a tennis match’ (JazzTimes). Bimhuis, Amsterdam, March 9, 2018 Amsterdam Improvisation Jazz Music Piano Concert Live Performance
VIJAY IYER & CRAIG TABORN Two innovative New York pianists, contemporaries, friends and, on top of that, both at the forefront of adventurous contemporary music, will perform as a duo. It is a rare occasion that these two pianists perform as a twosome. Both are being praised for their imaginative playing and their qualities as solo pianists and band leaders of many ensembles, which often include prominent jazz and improv players from New York. This unique excursion from their busy schedules could be described as not just a duo, but a challenging dialogue between two innovative spirits who are open to jazz history as well as new developments in the fields of hip-hop, electronica and the classical spectrum. Vijay Iyer does not see himself as a typical virtuoso, but still he’s an important example for the current generation of jazz pianists because of his originality and unique timing. Thelonious Monk is a source of inspiration, but his music can also refer to Michael Jackson, M.I.A. or techno pioneer Robert Hood. His comrade Craig Taborn is being hailed as a ‘visionary of the current wave’ (Downbeat) because of his intriguing style of playing in which he explores the tones and overtones of the piano in their smallest details. ‘A piano spectacle that meandered between expressionism and impressionism’ (Enola.be on Vijay Iyer & Craig Taborn). ‘They showed an amazing level of communication as they ran through one adventurous number after another. They kept the crowd guessing throughout the set list, motoring through a variety of tunes that spanned the gamut of modern jazz styles. The two players volleyed short leads countless times, delivering the musical equivalent of a tennis match’ (JazzTimes). Bimhuis, Amsterdam, March 9, 2018 Amsterdam Improvisation Jazz Music Piano Concert Live Performance
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