Alto saxophonist Paul van Kemenade (1957) is one of jazz's most productive musicians. In a single year he released no fewer than three albums. In 2010, he played duets on the CD Contemplation with his German musical partner, pianist Stevko Busch - a follower of avant-garde veteran Misha Mengelberg. The pair chose Russian and South African as well as other music for the album. Van Kemenade afterwards recorded the album Close Enough with all kinds of different small lineups. On the CD you can hear a vocal renaissance ensemble, a flamenco guitarist, a Senegalese percussionist and various international soloists, including American trombonist Ray Anderson, who plays on the brand-new CD Who Is In Charge?. Van Kemenade plays with his international quintet on the album, including guitarist Frank Möbus, bassist Ernst Glerum and drummer Han Bennink. A sensational lineup that will take to the stage for the second part of Van Kemenade's performance - supplemented by trombonist Wolter Wierbos. In the first short set Van Kemenade will play music from Contemplation with Stevko Busch.