Flat Earth Society ft. Ernst Reijseger
Big Band, Orchestra - Modern Creative
Peter Vermeersch (conductor, clarinet); Bruno Vansina (flute, baritone saxophone); Tom Wouters (clarinet, vibraphone); Benjamin Boutreur (alto saxophone); Michel Mast (tenor saxophone); Luc van Lieshout, Bart Maris (trumpet); Marc Meeuwissen, Stefaan Blancke (trombone); Berlinde Deman (tuba); Ernst Reijseger (cello); Pierre Vervloesem (guitar); Peter Vandenberghe (piano, keyboards); Wim Willaert (vocals, accordion); Kristof Roseeuw (bass); Teun Verbruggen (percussion).
Fri 6 July 2012 17:00 - 18:15 Hudson
The music of Flat Earth Society is difficult to qualify. Musical leader Peter Vermeersch has no stylistic barriers and this is proven by the track record of this Belgian group. Flat Earth Society plays it all. From the soundtrack of a silent film, to embracing a big band opera, or focusing on the dramatic side of orchestral music: anything is possible. At the North Sea Jazz Festival the band is joined by kindred spirit Ernst Reijseger. This cellist is a class on its own and shares Flat Earth Society's love of improvisation. Reijseger, winner of the Bird Award and a Golden Calf for best film music, has in the past played with FES drummer Teun Verbruggen. Expect the unexpected during this Belgian-Dutch collaboration.