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Alex Coke leads Workshop Performance at Zaal 100

 

 

Jazz musician Alex Coke has announced a workshop performance of his composition 
Wake Up Dead Man as part of the Brokkenfabriek series in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Wake Up Dead Man is a piece in six movements composed by Coke for the Texas Sesquicentennial. Inspired by prison work songs and a book of the same title by Bruce Jackson, the performance is part of the monthly Brokkenmiddag at Zaal 100 located at De Wittenstraat 100, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 

The Concert On Sunday, Novembre 27. 2011, 3:30 pm will include musicians:

Alex Coke, conductor

Roel Stern, flute

Camille Verhaak, clarinet

Eelco Overman, alto sax

Pim van der Heijden, tenor sax

Eugenie Carolina van der Meulen, piano and voice

Wim de Jong, guitar

Felix Barth, bass guitar

Rob Kloet, drums

The second Set will include a performance by 

The Alex Coke 4Tet

Alex Coke, sax and flutes

Arjen Gorter, bass

Steven Altenberg, drums

Leo Bouwmeester, piano

The performance is part of the monthly Brokkenmiddag at Zaal 100 located at De Wittenstraat 100, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Last modified on Friday, 11 November 2011 15:17
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