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Tigual Trio

Tigual Trio

Tigual Trio consists of guitarist Tim Panman, violinist Gustavo Cabrera and double bass player Alexander Vocking. They met each other in the conservatory of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, Codarts, where they specialized in world music, their focus being Argentinean tango. In 2015 they decided to join forces and created a trio that clearly shows their many different influences. A wide variety of colors can be heard: Argentinean tango and folklore, gypsy-jazz, classical music and flamenco. With craftsmanship and joy they bring a diverse program full of beautiful music, centered on the guitar, violin and double bass!

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Base & a Flyer

Base & a Flyer started as an experiment in 2018 when Nea-Maria and Alexander wondered how the violin and double bass could express themselves as a duo, without other instruments. The assumption was that the double bass would keep its role as a base and that the violin takes on the role of 'high flyer'. But would it be possible to break through these prejudices and become free in such a lineup? Nea-Maria Korpelainen (violin) and Alexander Vocking (double bass) look for the answer.

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Base & a Flyer

 

 

Roffa Tango Trio

Roffa Tango Trio

Anke Steenbeke (piano), Simone van der Weerden (bandoneon) and Alexander Vocking (double bass) met eachother during their music studies at Codarts, the conservatory of Rotterdam. Soon the group “Roffa Tango Trio” was formed, end of 2013, at the Argentinian tango department of Codarts. ‘Roffa’ is a slang for the city Rotterdam and therefore simply refers to the city where the musicians met. In Codarts they have followed lessons with great and well-known tango players and teachers, like Gustavo Beytelmann and Victor Villena.

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Nuevo Nocturna

The roots of Nuevo Nocturna lie in the Argentinian tango. Singer/violinist Charlotte Dupuis and guitarist/pianist Mirek Walton are the core of the ensemble that they founded in 2007. Both compose authentic, accessible music. The musical style and casual playfulness of Nuevo Nocturna create unique performances in this South American genre.

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Nuevo Nocturna

 

 

LocosLindos

LocosLindos

LocosLindos, five enthusiastic musicians who enter and explore the unknown terrain of the passionate tango together. The members of LocosLindos are coming from Russia, Belgium and the Netherlands. They met at the Conservatory of Rotterdam, where they all graduated from the department of the Argentian tango. Their young and fresh look at the music is often suprising, allowing you to imagine yourself in the warm South America.

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Gypsy Jazz Trio Maasnouche

The members of Gypsy Jazz Trio Maasnouche share a passion for the music style that was created in the 1930s by the guitar virtuoso Django Reinhardt, called Gypsy Jazz. With Alessio Rooders and Tim Panman on guitar and Alexander Vocking on double bass, their musical collaboration began during the 2020 corona crisis, when many music events were being canceled or rescheduled. These three musicians regularly came together in Het Park of Rotterdam, of course with keeping the proper distance from each other, to make music together, and specifically Gypsy Jazz. This collaboration has now grown into a trio with a diverse repertoire of Gypsy Jazz classics as well as newer works.

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WvD

Walton/van Duinen

Walton/Van Duinen plays Argentine Tango music with a twist. The pure energy of the tradition is essential, but they have other influences as well. Think of blues, chamber music, pop and even Spanish flamenco. They provide ingredients for new and still recognizable tango music in the 21st century.

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