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Viento Zonda

Eric Vloeimans | Juan Pablo Dobal

Viento Zonda

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Format: CD
Label: V-Flow
UPC: 8713897904383
Catnr: VF 03
Release date: 02 November 2018
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Label
V-Flow
UPC
8713897904383
Catalogue number
VF 03
Release date
02 November 2018

"... A breeze of astonishing warmth that sometimes sluggishly drags around the mountains, then suddenly refreshes when Dobal puts a driving groove under Vloeimans' homage to the melody, to finally slacken and bring their instrumental voices back into harmony in a light chatty mood..."

Jazzthing 04 05 2019, 25-3-2019
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Viento Zonda - Eric Vloeimans' new adventure that exudes the warmth of the Argentine breeze along the Andes. The gentle, even tickling sensation surprises as Eric and his musical brother, the virtuoso pianist Juan Pablo Dobal takes the listener to new aural delight.

Viento Zonda - Eric Vloeimans’ nieuwste avontuur ademt de warmte van de Argentijnse wind langs de Andes. Zinnenprikkelend en verrassend neemt Eric samen met zijn muzikale broer, de virtuose pianist Juan-Pablo Dobal, de luisteraar mee naar een wereld van geluk.

Viento Zonda - Eric Vloeimans' neues Abenteuer, das die Wärme der argentinischen Brise entlang der Anden ausstrahlt. Die sanfte, ja kitzelnde Empfindung sorgt für Überraschung, wenn Eric und sein musikalischer Bruder, der virtuose Pianist Juan Pablo Dobal, den Zuhörer in ein neues Hörerlebnis entführen.
Viento Zonda – C’est la nouvelle aventure d'Eric Vloeimans qui respire la chaleur de la brise d’Argentine le long des Andes.
Ensemble avec son frère musicale, le pianiste virtuose Juan Pablo Dobal, Eric emporte l’écouteur envers un Monde de bonheur.

Artist(s)

Eric Vloeimans (trumpet)

Eric Vloeimans (Huizen, 1963) is an improvising trumpeter and composer who regards the term ‘jazz’ as too limiting to describe his music. His work is characterized by melodic and lyrical power, and a distinctive, individual sound that is called velvety or whispering in the more subdued pieces. From 2006/2007 Eric Vloeimans has been active with two much-praised formations: the chamber jazz trio Fugimundi (Anton Goudsmit guitar, Harmen Fraanje piano) and the electric band Gatecrash, in which rock and funk elements can be traced (Jeroen van Vliet keyboards, Gulli Gudmundsson bass, Jasper van Hulten drums). With the latter group, he employs electronic effects in his trumpet playing for the first time. In addition, he continues to develop other projects, such as the band...
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Eric Vloeimans (Huizen, 1963) is an improvising trumpeter and composer who regards the term ‘jazz’ as too limiting to describe his music. His work is characterized by melodic and lyrical power, and a distinctive, individual sound that is called velvety or whispering in the more subdued pieces.
From 2006/2007 Eric Vloeimans has been active with two much-praised formations: the chamber jazz trio Fugimundi (Anton Goudsmit guitar, Harmen Fraanje piano) and the electric band Gatecrash, in which rock and funk elements can be traced (Jeroen van Vliet keyboards, Gulli Gudmundsson bass, Jasper van Hulten drums). With the latter group, he employs electronic effects in his trumpet playing for the first time.
In addition, he continues to develop other projects, such as the band Oliver’s Cinema with accordion player Tuur Florizoone and cellist Jörg Brinkmann (CD available from August 2013, and a US tour in October 2014)) , and a duo with pianist Florian Weber, with a CD release : Live at the Concertgebouw in 2011.
His broad range of interests has led Vloeimans to collaborate with artists from other musical worlds. In the pop music area, these include Fay Lovsky, Doe Maar, Spinvis, Jan Akkerman and trumpeter Kyteman (Colin Benders). Where world music is concerned, Vloeimans was involved in projects with flamenco guitarist Eric Vaarzon Morel, Latin pianist Ramon Valle, and the fado-inspired Pessoa of Fernando Lameirinhas.
Vloeimans has performed as a soloist with classical ensembles such as the Matangi Quartet, the Calefax Reed Quintet, the Metropole Orchestra, the Gelderland Orchestra, the Limburg Symphony Orchestra, the Holland Baroque Society, the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
2011 saw the premiere of his first trumpet concerto, Evensong, with the Limburg Symphony Orchestra, orchestrated by Martin Fondse, and recorded for CD with the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra.
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Juan Pablo Dobal (piano)

Born in Buenos Aires (1964), pianist Juan Pablo Dobal came to the Neth- erlands at the age of 25. He is a mod- ern-day virtuoso who refuses to be pigeonholed and feels at home with a diversity of musical styles and hybrids. He has been with Fernando Lameir- inhas’ band for many years and has played with countless musicians. His compositions have been performed by the Metropole Orchestra, Rumbatá and the Aurelia Saxophone Quartet, among others, and his main source of inspiration is the folk music of his native Argentina.
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Born in Buenos Aires (1964), pianist Juan Pablo Dobal came to the Neth- erlands at the age of 25. He is a mod- ern-day virtuoso who refuses to be pigeonholed and feels at home with a diversity of musical styles and hybrids. He has been with Fernando Lameir- inhas’ band for many years and has played with countless musicians. His compositions have been performed by the Metropole Orchestra, Rumbatá and the Aurelia Saxophone Quartet, among others, and his main source of inspiration is the folk music of his native Argentina.

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Composer(s)

Eric Vloeimans (trumpet)

Eric Vloeimans (Huizen, 1963) is an improvising trumpeter and composer who regards the term ‘jazz’ as too limiting to describe his music. His work is characterized by melodic and lyrical power, and a distinctive, individual sound that is called velvety or whispering in the more subdued pieces. From 2006/2007 Eric Vloeimans has been active with two much-praised formations: the chamber jazz trio Fugimundi (Anton Goudsmit guitar, Harmen Fraanje piano) and the electric band Gatecrash, in which rock and funk elements can be traced (Jeroen van Vliet keyboards, Gulli Gudmundsson bass, Jasper van Hulten drums). With the latter group, he employs electronic effects in his trumpet playing for the first time. In addition, he continues to develop other projects, such as the band...
more
Eric Vloeimans (Huizen, 1963) is an improvising trumpeter and composer who regards the term ‘jazz’ as too limiting to describe his music. His work is characterized by melodic and lyrical power, and a distinctive, individual sound that is called velvety or whispering in the more subdued pieces.
From 2006/2007 Eric Vloeimans has been active with two much-praised formations: the chamber jazz trio Fugimundi (Anton Goudsmit guitar, Harmen Fraanje piano) and the electric band Gatecrash, in which rock and funk elements can be traced (Jeroen van Vliet keyboards, Gulli Gudmundsson bass, Jasper van Hulten drums). With the latter group, he employs electronic effects in his trumpet playing for the first time.
In addition, he continues to develop other projects, such as the band Oliver’s Cinema with accordion player Tuur Florizoone and cellist Jörg Brinkmann (CD available from August 2013, and a US tour in October 2014)) , and a duo with pianist Florian Weber, with a CD release : Live at the Concertgebouw in 2011.
His broad range of interests has led Vloeimans to collaborate with artists from other musical worlds. In the pop music area, these include Fay Lovsky, Doe Maar, Spinvis, Jan Akkerman and trumpeter Kyteman (Colin Benders). Where world music is concerned, Vloeimans was involved in projects with flamenco guitarist Eric Vaarzon Morel, Latin pianist Ramon Valle, and the fado-inspired Pessoa of Fernando Lameirinhas.
Vloeimans has performed as a soloist with classical ensembles such as the Matangi Quartet, the Calefax Reed Quintet, the Metropole Orchestra, the Gelderland Orchestra, the Limburg Symphony Orchestra, the Holland Baroque Society, the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra.
2011 saw the premiere of his first trumpet concerto, Evensong, with the Limburg Symphony Orchestra, orchestrated by Martin Fondse, and recorded for CD with the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra.
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Juan Pablo Dobal (piano)

Born in Buenos Aires (1964), pianist Juan Pablo Dobal came to the Neth- erlands at the age of 25. He is a mod- ern-day virtuoso who refuses to be pigeonholed and feels at home with a diversity of musical styles and hybrids. He has been with Fernando Lameir- inhas’ band for many years and has played with countless musicians. His compositions have been performed by the Metropole Orchestra, Rumbatá and the Aurelia Saxophone Quartet, among others, and his main source of inspiration is the folk music of his native Argentina.
more
Born in Buenos Aires (1964), pianist Juan Pablo Dobal came to the Neth- erlands at the age of 25. He is a mod- ern-day virtuoso who refuses to be pigeonholed and feels at home with a diversity of musical styles and hybrids. He has been with Fernando Lameir- inhas’ band for many years and has played with countless musicians. His compositions have been performed by the Metropole Orchestra, Rumbatá and the Aurelia Saxophone Quartet, among others, and his main source of inspiration is the folk music of his native Argentina.

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Press

... A breeze of astonishing warmth that sometimes sluggishly drags around the mountains, then suddenly refreshes when Dobal puts a driving groove under Vloeimans' homage to the melody, to finally slacken and bring their instrumental voices back into harmony in a light chatty mood...
Jazzthing 04 05 2019, 25-3-2019

Trumpet player Eric Vloeimans continues to amaze. After the successful adventures with trio Lavanter and the Holland Baroque ensemble, there is now a cross-pollination with pianist Juan Pablo Dobal. "Viento Zonda" breathes that sultry wind from Argentina.
Jazzism, 14-12-2018

Eric Vloeimans did it again with Viento Zonda! The trumpet player with the velvet tone continues to amaze.
Jazzism, 14-12-2018

Viento Zonda is a duo album on which we only hear the beautiful trumpet sound of Eric Vloeimans and the broadly blown piano playing of Dobal.
Jazz Bulletin, 01-12-2018

Vloeimans' music is like his name, fluent and full of melody and lyrical power, and at times velvety soft and whispering in tone.
Rootstime, 28-11-2018

Trumpet player Eric Vloeimans is the Sunday child of Dutch jazz. Everything he touches seems to change into musical gold, whether it is a project with film music, a baroque orchestra, world music or fusion. His latest shoot on the tribe is an artistic collaboration with the Argentinian pianist Juan Pablo Dobal, a piano wizard: 'Viento Zonda'.
Jazzenzo, 22-11-2018

Fabulous Trumpet sounds magical!
Het Parool, 10-11-2018

Vloeimans' liquid and colorful trumpet sound eagerly curves around the warm piano registers, over and over again. And that is no different on Viento Zonda, the album he recorded with Juan Pablo Dobal.
Mania, 09-11-2018

Being on stage and being allowed to play and share my own songs is the greatest happiness that comes to me.
JazzNu, 07-11-2018

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