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Dutch Delta Sounds

The festival presents a tropical blend of adventurous music from all parts of the globe rooted in Dutch soil: arabicana, latin, salsa, tango, kaseko, ethio-pop, jazz cross-overs, reggae, afrobeat & more exotica.

Wednesday Sep 7 in Bimhuis & Thursday Sep 8 in Paradiso Noord.
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Extensive conference programme

The conference programme during the day is intended for music professionals from both home and abroad and includes keynotespeakers, paneldiscussions, presentations, networksessions, speed-dates, filmscreenings.

Wednesday Sep 7 in Bimhuis & Thursday Sep 8 in Paradiso Noord
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Ahaddaf Quartet

Roots & routes: The alchemy of ud and double bass, intertwined with percussion and piano, has become their unique trademark.

Boi Akih Duo

Bridging East & West: The musical heritage of the Indonesian archipelago and European impro-jazz transformed into a new musical idiom.

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Carel Kraayenhof Ensemble

Top-notch tango: Bandoneon virtuoso Carel Kraayenhof is also one of world’s leading composers of tango.          

Goksel Yilmaz Ensemble

Journey through the Lands of Morning:  A rich repetoire of Turkish, Syrian and Lebanese and original compositions steeped with influences from jazz and blues.

Minyeshu

Ethiopic blend, best of both worlds: Soul food from a global star in the making.

Nils Fischer & Timbazo

Timba muy explosiva: Founder Nils Fischer, one of Europe’s best percussionists, selected top flight musicians, including three sublime salsa vocalists.

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NO Blues

100% arabicana: A hybrid of Oriental taqsim and American folk and blues.

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Rumbata Beat Band

Latin with a beat: Spicy Latin music seasoned with jazz and swing.

 

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The Dubbeez

Vital vintage reggae: This young dub reggae collective from Amsterdam prove that good reggae is timeless.

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Tiltan

Roadmovie for the ear, combining influences from the Middle East, Eastern Europe and South America.

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Voodrish

Virtuoso and seductive: A daring crossover of reggae, drum ‘n bass, Balkan, jazz and classical music.

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Koffie

Not instant but espresso: Afrobeat mixed with funk, jazz and electronica.

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Ronald Snijders

Funky flute & Suri jazz: Flutist and composer Ronald Snijders, distilles his unique sound from the rich Surinamese multicultural well.

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Antimufa

Argen-teenyboppers: This quartet transforms classic tangos, milongas and folk into anarchistic improvisations.

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Conference program

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