Zaterdag 23 oktober 2021 20.30 uur

Het Camille Prenant Quintett brengt een hommage aan de Adderley Brothers.

Camille Prenant, piano; Eric Ineke, slagwerk; Matheus Nicolaiewsky, contrabas; Daniel Clason, trompet; en Marco Bernardi, saxofoon.

Marco Bernardi

Toegang leden en houders Ooievaarspas € 10; niet-leden € 15.


Camille Prenant (Piano)  discovers jazz with Erroll Garner when he is ten years old, growing up in Paris. He studied in France with Philippe Milanta and Patrick Villanueva and in the Netherlands with Rob Van Bavel and Eric Ineke. Well anchored in jazz tradition, his energic sound and swinging style allowed him to share the band stand with great artists across Europe, as a side man and a leader.

He is now very proud of presenting his Dutch Quintet with amazing musicians from the Netherlands. Starting with the greatest of all…

Sir Eric Ineke
(Drums) started his career in the sixties. Drummers like Philly Joe Jones and Elvin Jones were his inspiration. In 1969 he made his first record with Ferdinand Povel. From the seventies on Eric played in the legendary Rein de Graaff/Dick Vennik Quartet, The Ben van den Dungen/Jarmo Hoogendijk Quintet and The Piet Noordijk Quartet. During his career he recorded numerous CD’s and toured with many great American jazz musicians like Dexter Gordon, Johnny Griffin, George Coleman, Al Cohn, Jimmy Raney, Barry Harris, Eric Alexander, Grant Stewart and David Liebman. He teaches at the jazz department of the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague and is giving Masterclasses over the whole world.

Marco Bernardi starts to study saxophone at age 10, and after completing his studies in classical music, wins a scolarship in Siena Jazz Summer Courses following lessons with Reuben Rogers, Miguel Zenon, Greg Osby, John Taylor, Jeremy Pelt, Anders Jormin and many others Thanks to the advices received in Siena, start his Jazz studies in Royal Conservatorium of The Hague under the guidance of John Ruocco. Completes the Master program in the Amsterdam Conservatorium taking lessons from Simon Rigter and partecipating in the erasmus program with Temple University in Philadelphia, coming in contact and learning from Dick Oats, Terrell Stafford, Tim Warfield and Tim Green. Now he teaches and performs as a stable musician in Netherlands and Europe.

Daniel Clason (Trumpet) was playing the organ in a church from the age of 6 and later started to play trumpet when he was 10. He was fortunate to have always been surrounded by music lovers in his family. He says his real inspiration comes from his mother who has supported him in all his efforts to be a musician. In 2017 he had his first major solo performance with a Gill Evans Project, during the “Big Day Festival”, with the Codarts Big Band at De Doelen in Rotterdam, led by Ryan Truesdell. He now plays with various bands/groups, including ''Codarts young talent big band'' and his “Pandora Project''.

Matheus Nicolaiewsky (Double Bass)  is a Brazilian bassist based in the Netherlands. Firmly grounded in the Jazz Tradition, he transitions between the electric bass and the double bass with fluency, versatility and musicality in a vast range of musical strands. His unique way of playing the bass has made him highly requested for works as a side- man and soloist in the European jazz scene and worldwide.

The Quintet will play music from one the greatest hardbop quintet of all times : the Cannonball Adderley Quintet. Great Swing and energy are to be expected!