Cory Henry & Jacob Collier with Metropole Orkest conducted by Jules Buckley
Orchestral Jazz - Vocal Jazz - Soul
Jules Buckley (conductor); Jacob Collier (vocals, harmonizer, various instruments); Lo van Gorp, Patty Patty (backing vocals); Janine Abbas, Mariel van den Bos (flute); Willem Luijt (hobo); Leo Janssen, Marc Scholten, Max Boeree, Paul van der Feen, Sjoerd Dijkhuizen (saxophone); Jelle Schouten, Nico Schepers, Ray Bruinsma, Rik Mol (trumpet); Bart van Lier, Jan Bastiani, Jan Oosting (trombone); Martin van den Berg (bass trombone); Liz Hunfeld, Pieter Hunfeld (horn); Arlia de Ruiter, David Peijnenborg, Denis Koenders, Erica Altes korthals, Pauline Terlouw, Ruben Margarita, Sarah Koch, Vera Laporeva (1st violin); Ewa Zbyszynska, Federico Nathan, Herman van Haaren, Jasper van Rosmalen, Merel Jonker, Robert Baba, Seija Teeuwen, Wim Kok (2nd violin); Iris Schut, Isabella Petersen, Julia Jowett, Mieke Honingh, Norman Jansen (alt viola); Annie Tangberg, Emile Visser, Jascha Albracht, Maarten Jansen (cello); Arend Liefkes, Erik Winkelmann (contrabass); Peter Tiehuis (guitar); Aram Kersbergen (bass guitar); Hans Vroomans (piano); Cory Henry (vocals, keyboards); Eddy Koopman, Martijn Vink, Murk Jiskoot (drums); Joke Schonewille (harp).
Sun 9 July 2017 16:15 - 17:30 Maas
This show promises to be an exciting mix of performers. Cory Henry is one of music's fastest rising stars and this year he is again performing at North Sea Jazz with his band The Funk Apostles. Jacob Collier started out as a child prodigy. He released his debut album last year and on it he plays all the instruments. The two artists are friends and have even toured together. Moreover, they have both played with the Metropole Orkest before: Henry as a member of Snarky Puppy on the Grammy Award-winning album Sylva; Collier as a guest at a concert at London's Royal Albert Hall celebrating the music of his mentor Quincy Jones. Together, the two soloists and the world-famous orchestra conducted by Jules Buckley will give a show in Rotterdam that will never be forgotten.