Op elke tweede zondag van de maand  om 16.00 treedt een groep jazzmuzikanten op in Huis Orlando. Felix Degenaar is begonnen met het programmeren van een aantal jazzconcerten die zeer de moeite van het bezoeken waard zijn. Aansluitend is er een fijne maaltijd samen met de muzikanten en na de maaltijd, ja wie weet wat er dan nog gaat gebeuren……..

Orlndo Live

J. T. Trio Project 12 December 16.00

Totaal: € -
Although only a couple of months have passed since their first meet-and-greet, the international piano trio who has met each other in the Prins Claus Conservatorium has already begun to explore a wide-ranging spectrum of music based on individual authenticity and constant interaction. The trio will invite the audience to be the co-travelers alongside their journey!
Bass - Kevin Yosua
PIano - J. T. Hwang

12 December 16.00

J.T. Trio Project

Drums – Jake Klamburg
Bass – Kevin Yosua
Piano – J. T. Hwang

Born in London, UK but raised in Barcelona, Spain, Jake Klamburg had a mirrage of different influences from Jazz and Funk to Latin and Flamenco during his childhood. While studying at the Conservatori del Liceu, he would work regularly on the multi-faceted nightlife of Barcelona, from the historic clubs of Harlem Jazz Club, Milano and Jamboree to the promitent jazz festivals like the Voll-Damn Jazz Festival and La Mercé and has toured extensively throughout Europe, including Germany, France, Austria and Ukraine.

It’s no exaggeration to say Kevin Yosua has given color to the music with his unique sound. Whether you’ve been to one of the many live performances or you’ve heard one of their recordings, you’ll see why he is renowned for their technical capabilities and musical versatility. After graduating from UPH Conservatory in Indonesia, he became one of the most demanding bass players in the scene. He has played in a lot of jazz festivals around the world. In 2014 he recorded his album with his quartet, later on in 2020 he released his 2nd album with his trio featuring Alex Sipiagin on trumpet. Now he is continuing his master study in Prince Claus Conservatory in Groningen.

Born in the metropolitan area of Seoul, South Korea, and raised through international and diverse experiences, multi-instrumentalist J. T. Hwang’s interests reflect his upbringings in terms of an endless pursuit of desiring to understand what it means to be human. Wandering through the fields of literature, philosophy, and social science, his current focus resides in music, fascinated by its metaphoric beauty. As a pianist, keyboardist, and bassist, he strives for the wisdom to grasp the details of the human condition and the capability to persuasively express its delicacy through a spontaneous and refined jazz-oriented language.
Presently, he is nurturing his musicianship in the Prins Claus Conservatorium in the Netherlands, endeavoring to blend in his various shades into a versatile yet authentic musical voice.