Rembrandt Frerichs




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Rembrandt Frerichs

There are not many young European musicians that can say they have given a concert with Michael Brecker, and that have presented their own music in legendary Jazz club BIRDLAND in New York. Rembrandt Frerichs, 32 year-old Pianist, leader of this European Jazz Trio, however is one of the leading young pianists on the European scene today.

Rembrandt Frerichs debut

At age 23 Rembrandt Frerichs made his debut at the North sea Jazz festival. During that time he studied both in New York and Holland. Directly after graduating from the Royal Conservatory he was asked to start teaching at the Conservatory of Tilburg, and as a guest teacher worked at the conservatory of Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The publicʼs appreciation for his music came immediately at the release of debut album which was nominated for the Edison Award.

In 2004 Rembrandt Frerichs was a featured soloist in the European Jazz Youth Orchestraʼs tour through Europe and Brazil.

Rembrandt Frerichs vision

To express his imaginary and authentic vision on jazz, Rembrandt Frerichs performs his music in the format of the piano trio with a reason: the jazz piano trio has been said at times to represent the essence of jazz in the most condensed yet effective way possible. Listening to his trio is an invitation for you to join in and share with the musicians the experience of creating something together.

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Country Netherlands
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2 responses to “Rembrandt Frerichs”

  1. Dave says:

    “[This artist] is a fine young pianist, who is becoming a real jazz artist with his own sound.” – Dave Liebman

  2. Michael says:

    “This guy sounds great!” – Michael Brecker

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