Eve Beuvens / Oerhert (albumrelease)

Piano to Debussy and Monk + Between spoken word and music


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Piano to Debussy and Monk + Between spoken word and music

Primal Deer: 'Anger's Family Tree' (album release)

Musician Mariske Broeckmeyer and author Astrid Haerens found each other in their shared love of experimental music, improvisation and jazz. Around artistic common ground, they started a conversation that has never ceased. 

It led to Oerhert, an immersive and intimate listening performance that combines Haerens' poetry debut with Broeckmeyer's music. Joining hybrid cellist Jasmijn Lootens, they now dig even deeper into the crossover between poetry, spoken word, performance, sound art and music. They present their new album.

Primal Deer (album release)
Astrid Haerens (voice, lyrics), Mariske Broeckmeyer (keys, vocals, electronics), Jasmijn Lootens (cello, electronics)

Eve Beuvens 

After her recordings in trio, quartet and septet, Eve Beuvens now resolutely opts for a solo album entitled Inner Geography. For this she drew inspiration from iconic albums such as The Piano by Herbie Hancock, Solo Monk by Thelonious Monk, Live in Rio by Keith Jarrett, as well as works by Abdullah Ibrahim, Paul Bley, Masabumi Kikuchi and Dollar Brand. 

It resulted in eight very personal songs, alternating between sober impressionism and profound introspection.

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photo Eve Beuvens © Marta De Gracia
photo Oerhert © Kelly De Block



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