Wake Up Dead ManWorkshop Performance Novembre 27
Jazz instrumentalist Alex Coke has announced a workshop performance of his composition
Wake Up Dead Man as part of the Brokkenfabriek series in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Wake Up Dead Man is a piece in six movements composed by Coke for the Texas Sesquicentennial. Inspired by prison work songs and a book of the same title by Bruce Jackson, the performance is part of the monthly Brokkenmiddag at Zaal 100 located at De Wittenstraat 100, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The Concert On Sunday, Novembre 27. 2011 3:30 pm will include musicians:
Roel Stern, flute
Camille Verhaak, clarinet
Eelco Overman, alto sax
Pim van der Heijden, tenor sax
Eugenie Carolina van der Meulen, piano and voice
Wim de Jong, guitar
Felix Barth, bass guitar
Rob Kloet, drums
The second Set will include a performance by
The Alex Coke 4Tet
Alex Coke, sax and flutes
Arjen Gorter, bass
Steven Altenberg, drums
Leo Bouwmeester, piano
The performance is part of the monthly Brokkenmiddag at Zaal 100 located at De Wittenstraat 100, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The Brokkenfabriek was founded by Corrie van Binsbergen in January 2008. Motivated, talented musicians with an interest in the combination of composition/improvisation receive masterclasses for a month, from different musical leaders. Every leader has, of course, a completely different approach and the material that is offered is therefore very varied. The BrokkenFabriek consists of a pool of musicians and changes every month, depending on the workshopleader and his plans.
The Brokkenmiddag concert happens the last Sunday of every month
More Information: http://www.corrievanbinsbergen.com/bands/38/171/