do 11 mei 2023
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Standard price €10
- 26 years €5
Students (only on presentation of valid student card at the entrance) €0
Keyboardist Anthony Romaniuk's distinctive artistic voice stems from his relentless exploration of a wide range of musical styles. A natural musical polyglot, his classical training is complemented by his ability to improvise, allowing him to cross the boundaries between genres.
Bert Cools starts playing guitar at the age of 7. Very quickly, he develops both the acoustic and the electronic side of music. He completes his master's degree in jazz guitar at the Codarts Conservatory in Rotterdam, where he takes lessons with Hein Van de Gein, Ed Verhoef and Hariprasad Chaurasia. In 2010, he wins the Rotterdam 'Erasmus jazz prize'.
Together with his brother Stijn Cools, Bert founded the creative platform 'granvat' in 2013. A platform that focuses mainly on electronica, folk, world music and improvisation. Granvat has many releases and projects playing concerts both nationally and internationally. Book of air vvolk & Fieldtone, Merope, Hooray, Solo& Indre, AAN/EOP, Hariprasad Chaurasia. Besides Granvat, Bert is also an in-demand side man.
Indrė Jurgelevičiūtė graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre and the World Music Department of Rotterdam Conservatory. Together with musicians from different countries, she formed the band Merope, which toured in Europe, India, China and Mexico and recorded three albums on the themes of nature - 9 Days (2012), Amaranthine (2015) and Naktės (2018). The latter 'Naktės' won the prestigious Klara music award for the best Belgian world music release 2019. In Belgium, Indrė is also involved in the alternative jazz projects "Book of Air: Fieldtone and vvolk",