"Limits simply do not exist here." (on Lotz Of Music)
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Continuing going strong in new music, beauty, creativity and new settings. Our new collaboration with Swiss clarinetist, improvisator, composer Claudio Puntin present electronic spiced sets which is a new direction in Lotz Of Music.
Lotz Of Music has released 8 CD’s on German, Dutch, Belgian and American labels.
Soloist, composer, producer in jazz and contemporary music often crossing borders with other cultures. Collaborations spans an arc with film, theater, performance art, visual arts and dance.
Worked with many unknown and many famous but equally gifted unique voices in music all around the globe. Subject of international publications, prize-winner, nominated for the Edison and Beyond Magazine prize.
Professor for flute at the Utrecht and Rotterdam Conservatories.
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Exciting soloist who expands the possibilities of the cello into cello-free areas. His work with orchestra’s, chamber ensembles and jazz/pop bands brought him all over Europe, Africa, China and Russia.
All About Jazz says: creates a multifaceted stylistic approach, comfortably assuming the roll of bassist with the kind of groove that would be unexpected from a classically trained cellist, were it not for his extensive, genre-rich résumé. Represents the viewpoint that the jazz tradition is but one aspect of contemporary improvised music. Worked with a.o. Michiel Braam, ZAPP String4, Herb Robertson, Ngyuen Le, Claudio Puntin, Markus Stockhausen, Eric Vloeimans.
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Albert Van Veenendaal
piano, prepared piano
Albert is of the leading personalities within prepared piano music. Worked with many international jazz-, world- and classical musicians through-out Europe. Composes for and accompanied theatre- and dance companies and worked as composer/producer for many CD projects. Veenendaal’s compositional works are supported by the "Fonds voor de Scheppende Toonkunst", a trust for creative music. Albert van Veenendaal refers to himself as pictorial musician because of the epical and cinematic character of his music. Improvisation and composition merge seamlessly. Musical constructions that are unconventional and intuitive displaying his unique style that will instantly be recognized.
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percussion, toys, brim bram, sound objects
Scottish drummer/percussionist Alan Purves was dreaming of playing drums but no money to afford them, Alan build his own instruments since his early childhood. Within the years now proudly carrying one of the titles: ‘Professor Of Squeakology. His setting contains next to various drums, tin whistles up in his nose, feet and mouth, rubber toys, as well as self made instruments like the Brim Bram.
Alan played and recorded with such as: Ernst Reijseger, Palinckx Brothers, Sean Begin, Joe Williamson, Wolter Wierbos, Tobias Delius, John Zorn, Valentin Castrier, Sardinean choir and makes music for Werner Herzog.
“Alan Purves is a musician who makes unique music in a phenomenal way.” (Moors Magazine, The Netherlands)
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Claudio Puntin merges his traditions in a natural and spontaneous way in a very personal musical language. He combines his clarinet playing with electronic enhancements, preparations and alternate playing techniques. Considered one of the world’s leading creative soloists on all clarinets. Worked together with such as Max Loderbauer, Jan Bang, Skuli Sverrisson, Martyn Heyne Steve Reich, Fred Frith, Sidsel Endresen, Carla Bley, Steve Swallow, Hermeto Pascoal, Ensemble Modern, Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra, WDR Radio Orchestra Cologne, Holland Symphonia, etc. His compositional output includes works for chamber together with ensembles, orchestras, choirs, big bands and electronic also settings of radio plays, films, theater and other art forms. He set music for works of Anselm Kiefer, books by Daniel Kehlmann, Orhan Pamuk, Recorded for ECM, Enja, Act, Sony, etc.