Thursday, October 17, music starts 21:00, entrance €6-18, tickets at the door

This quartet is a collection of improvisers with different approaches and backgrounds.

Misha Marks has been fixture of the Mexico City soundscape since emigrating there from New Zealand in 2008. He extracts a surprising gamut of sounds through traditional guitaristic approaches as well as extended techniques that probe the physicality of the instrument and its sound-producing capabilities.

Catalan reedsman Don Malfon has developed a unique voice on alto and baritone saxophones, with a broad scope that embraces harmolodic exploration and reaches the outer limits of timbral inquiry.

Emilio Gordoa is a Mexican composer, percussionist and vibraphonist based in Berlin since 2012. Emilio is specially focus in sound art, experimental music, noise, free jazz, improvisation and contemporary music.

Miriam den Boer is a violinist and improvisor based in Amsterdam. Miriam combines the different worlds she finds into a new language through both previously and instant compositions, including influences of new contemporary music and curious collaborations with visual artists, searching for the sounds physicality, shape and colour.

Misha Marks – guitar | Alfonso Muñoz – alto, baritone saxophone | Miriam Den Boer Salmón – violin | Emilio Gordoa – percussion


A New Story to Tell is a project written by the italian saxophonist and composer Pasquale Calò, who’s an active musician in the international scene of Jazz and improvised music. The group’s sound is a melting pot of jazz, rock, ambient, alternating between moments of free improvisation.

Pasquale Calò II – tenor saxophone | Rodrigo Girafa – electric guitar | David Macchione – double bass | Alessandro Campobasso – drums | Salvoandrea Lucifora – trombone

Semi electric band initiated by double bass player Uldis Vītols, a well known young musician in the Amsterdam scene, who just moved to Copenhagen

Lorenzo Colocci – flutes | Oscar Jan Hoogland – electric clavichord | Uldis Vītols – double bass | Tristan Renfrow – drums