N∆BOU

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  • Sat 10 Dec ’22
    20:30
    Eduard Flipse Zaal
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Eindeloos intrigerend en sprankelend kaleidoscopisch vanaf de allereerste luisterbeurt

Thanks to their original line-up of trombone, electric guitar, double bass and drums N∆BOU immerses Belgian jazz in a refreshing sound bath. On her trombone, bandleader and composer Nabou Claerhout searches for a unique sound: by means of all kinds of effects, she creates a dreamy musically framework with a strong atmospheric and melancholic resonance, in which the interplay of her quartet thrives perfectly . 

Luxurious and intimate sounds alternate with strongly rhythmically based compositions, while the groovy bass riffs of Trui Amerlinck, Mathias Vercammens well thought-out drum patterns and the modern, virtuoso guitar playing by Roeland Celis contribute to that musical adventure full of highlights - always created in combination with Claerhout's trombone playing "that sings, cries, pulsates, tells and knows through well-constructed contemporary pieces to soften many hearts." 

N∆BOU has played at Ancienne Belgique, GentJazz Festival, North Sea Jazz Festival, Handelsbeurs, OLT Rivierenhof, Bimhuis, Transition Festival,Brussels Jazz Weekend, KAAP and Leuven Jazz, among others.

After this concert there will be a TALKS.

The Talks will be moderated by Evita de Roode. She will be in conversation with Nabou Claerhout - young composer, bandleader and one of the most promising and innovative jazz trombonists in the Benelux. Part of the new generation of the contemporary jazz scene in the Benelux.

“Met haar warme trombonegeluid, niet direct spetterend in hoge erupties maar intelligent melodische lijnen optrek-kend, roept Claerhout steeds weer een andere sfeer op. (...) Een bandje om te volgen.” ****

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credits

Nabou Claerhout trombone | Trui Amerlinck contrabas | Roeland Celis elektrische gitaar | Mathias Vercammen drums