Joshua Redman Quartet with Metropole Orkest Strings conducted by Jules Buckley
Alida Schat, Jules Buckley (conductor); Joshua Redman (tenor saxophone); Marc Scholten, Paul van der Feen der, Leo Janssen, Werner Janssen, Max Boeree (saxophone); Ray Bruinsma, Martijn de Laat, Jelle Schouten, Ruud Breuls (trumpet); Bart Lier van, Jan Oosting, Jan Bastiani, Martin van den Berg den (trombone); Pieter Hunfeld, Janine Abbas, Mariel Bos van den (flute); Liz Chell (English horn); Arlia de Ruiter, Sarah Koch, Denis Koenders, David Peijnenborg, Seija Teeuwen, Robert Baba, Jasper van Rosmalen (1st violin); Frederico Nathan, Wim Kok, Merijn Rombout, Ewa Zbyszynska, Merel Jonker, Ruben Margarita, Casper donker (2nd violin); Mieke Honingh, Norman Jansen, Julia Jowett, Iris Schut, Isabella Petersen (viola); Emile Visser, Maarten Jansen, Jascha Albracht, Charles Watt (cello); Peter Tiehuis (guitar); Aaron Goldberg (piano); Reuben Rogers, Erik Winkelman, Arend Liefkes (double bass); Willem Luijt (oboe); Gregory Hutchinson (drums); Eddy Koopman, Murk Jiskoot (percussion); Joke Schonewille (Harp).
Fri 11 July 2014 21:15 - 22:30 Amazon
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Born in Berkeley, California, saxophonist Joshua Redman
developed in a unique way. An intellectual, he graduated in Sociology from Harvard University, but from the mid-1980s he followed his musical heart. His debut album Joshua Redman
was released in 1993. In the years that followed he built up an impressive body of work. Since 2009, alongside recording with his own group, Redman has also been playing with the band James Farm. He also worked as a saxophonist on albums of the likes of Elvin Jones, Joe Lovano and Paul Motion. On his latest album, Walking Shadows,
which was released last year, Redman collaborated with pianist Brad Mehldau (a previous member of Redman’s quartet). The duo focused on a repertoire from the Great American Songbook,
and the album proved to be a huge commercial and artistic success. And now Redman is coming to Rotterdam with his regular group that consists of pianist Aaron Goldberg, bassist Rueben Rogers and drummer Gregory Hutchinson.