Space Impro
ThuNov 2, 2023
Sexyland World
Noordwal 1

Doors 20:00, Music 20:30 Tickets 10-20 (Sliding Scale)
Start of a new Space Impro season, for the first time at our new location: Sexyland World. Expect three explosive concerts presented by a new super international generation of improvisers with fresh and powerful ideas, and at the same time respectful to their jazz and improv ancestors.

Ville Lähteenmäki Trio is a free-spirited and explosive band from Finland and Norway. The group’s music is a mesmerizing mix of intense interplay, powerful expression and far- reaching improvisations, influenced by the great innovators of 1960’s and 1970’s free/spiritual jazz, like Pharoah Sanders, Archie Shepp, Alice Coltrane and Albert Ayler. The trio released their critically acclaimed  debutalbum “Introducing: Ville Lähteenmäki Trio” in the summer of 2022 as a tribute to their greatest heroes in music, but also with eyes open towards the future of jazz. The band is currently working on their second album.

Ville Lähteenmäki – bass clarinet, flute | Nicolas Leirtrø – bass | Trym Saugstad Karlsen –


INNEC is a fresh band based in Amsterdam that tries to explore new paths in music – postmodern directions rooted in the flexuous time we are living. With their name based on Wassilly Kandinky’s concept of Inner Necessity, their music mixes free improvisation with challenging but open compositions where strong individual voices of each musician can simultaneously shine and melt in unity.

Ignacio Pintó – bass | Aleksander Sever – vibraphone | Marcus Wärnheim – saxophone | Ludvig Søndergaard – drums

Thomas is a young, versatile drummer, who plays in various experimental jazz/improvisation groups. In addition, as a climate activist he takes action against deep sea mining, amongst others, with the grindcore band “The Polymetallic Nodules”. This summer he worked on his solo, using both electronics and acoustic possibilities of the drum kit.

Thomas Jaspers – drums, electronics


Mede mogelijk gemaakt door Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst en onze Spaceholders