Thollem | Orquestra Del Tiempo Perdido | Fool
ThuDec 15, 2022
De Ruimte
Distelweg 83, 1031 HD Amsterdam

Music 6-18 (sliding Scale), Food 7,50-15 (Sliding Scale). Dinner at 19:00, Music starts 20:30.

Three personal projects of unique personalities, who are constantly searching for new ways to express themselves – evolving, discovering, improvising, experimenting.

This edition we are glad to have pre-show dinner again which will be provided by the – world food recycling kitchen, you’re very welcome and feel free to invite your family and friends!

Amazing vegetarian Sudanese food!

Thollem is a perpetually traveling pianist, keyboardist, composer, improviser, singer-songwriter, activist, author and teacher. He has spent most of his life living on the road throughout North America and Europe. His work is ever-changing, evolving and responding to the times and his experiences, both as a soloist and in collaboration with hundreds of artists across idioms and disciplines. Thollem’s known internationally as an acoustic piano player in the free jazz and post-classical worlds, as the lead vocalist for the Italian agit-punk band Tsigoti and as an electronic keyboardist through a multitude of projects.

Jeroen Kimman’s home recording constructions under the moniker Orquesta del Tiempo Perdido have gained international acclaim over the last years (‘a slippery ride, but a very good one’- THE WIRE).After a long break, his playful, complex, and rather WTF musical ramblings will finally be performed live again by a septet of some of Amsterdam’s finest creative players.



Michael Moore alto sax, clarinet | John Dikeman sax | Mark Morse lapsteel, vocoder | Floris van Bergeijk synth | Koen Nutters bass | Tristan Renfrow drums | Jeroen Kimman guitar, compositions

Meaningful numbers is the audio-visual performance by Giovanni Iacovella, drummer and improviser drifting between the worlds of improvised and electro-acoustic music. The solo focuses on the use of acoustic drums and resonating objects as a tool to enhance the interaction between acoustic and digital sound. As a result, the sonic landscapes that emerge vary from intricate polyrhythmic juxtaposition, to abstract drones and hyperkinetic noise, all of which find their order through improvisation and song-like forms. The sonic gestures find a second layer of expression in the abstract live visuals that, through shapes, colours and light, seek a connection between sound and its visual representation.

Mede mogelijk gemaakt door Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, VSB Fonds, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds en Fonds Podiumkunsten.