Johan Plomp Orchestra 'Tribute to Rogier van Otterloo'
Modern Creative - New Orleans Jazz - Hot Club - Swing
Gerlo Hesselink, Simon Rigter, Wouter Schueler (sax); Mieke Honingh, Norman Jansen (alto violin); Annie Tangberg, Bastiaan van der Werf (cello); Arlia de Ruiter (violin, concertmaster); Erica Korthals Altes, Herman van Haaren, Sarah Koch, Siea Teeuwen (violin); Irma Kort (hobo); Roeland Cleijne, Sander Zweerink (trumpet); Ilja Reijngoud, Martin van den Berg, Matti Muche (trombone); Roel Koster (horns); Ron Jackson (guitar); Jasper Soffers (piano); Aram Kersbergen (bass); Martijn Vink; Johan Plomp, Lorre Trytten.
Fri 9 July 2004 22:15 - 23:30 Roof Terrace
The Johan Plomp Big Band pays tribute to Rogier van Otterloo, the best-known Dutch composer of film music who everybody loves for the beautiful music of a.o. Turks Fruit (Turkish Delight) and Soldaat van Oranje (Soldier of Orange). Johan Plomp studied double bass, arranging/composing with Viktor Kaihatu, Rob Langereis and Kenny Napper at the Hilversum Conservatory. In 1995 he finished his studies in a very successful way and since that time he has been working as a teacher of theory at this school (meanwhile it changed its name in the Conservatory of Amsterdam). Since 1989 Johan has played with various bands and artists in Holland and Europe, and, at the same time, has been working on a satisfying career as a composer, arranger and bandleader.