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inJazz: 100% Cottone

The music of 100% Cottone is inspired by the transgressive approach of The Bad Plus and the productions of bassist Petter Eldh – the melodic song-like compositions are rooted in the world of indie songwriters. Acoustic and electronic instruments complement each other: double bass and piano meet synths and guitar effects, the acoustic drum kit alternates with electronic backing tracks.

About inJazz

In keeping with tradition, inJazz kicks off the festival in the opening weekend of North Sea Round Town. The program is a collaboration between the two cities of Amsterdam and Rotterdam and starts on Wednesday, June 26 in BIMHUIS with free showcases for the public and a conference program for professionals, after which inJazz settles in Rotterdam on Thursday, June 27 at LantarenVenster and club MOOD . Feel free to walk from one stage to the other, entrance is free and you will miss the least.

The line-up consists of the creme de la creme of Dutch contemporary jazz. Newly composed ensembles and repertoire. With, among others, 100% Cottone, FaKruTu: Dakar Edition, Federico Calcagno Octet, Femke Mooren Quartet, Giuseppe Doronzo, Andy Moor, Frank Rosaly, Marit van der Lei Nextet, Mark Lotz – Freshta, NAUSYQA, Ping-En Hung, Ponga, TELEVIZYON, WAAN,YOPE There is plenty for connoisseurs and newcomers to listen to. There is plenty of choice for gourmets and newcomers. Be surprised!

Here you will find all inJazz concerts in one overview in the agenda.

All dates

Thu 27 Jun
19:45 - 20:30

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