LINDEN review february 2018


Rinus van der Heijden wrote what could easily be the best concert-review I ever had in

LINDEN mini-tour spring 2018


With our beautiful program LINDEN we’ll be playing throughout the Netherlands in the coming few weeks:
4/2 17:30 Austerlitz, Beauforthuis
10/2 20:30 Leiden, Hot House
16/2 20:30 Tilburg, Paradox
22/3 20:30 Amsterdam, Roode Bioscoop
come and join us…
Jeroen van Vliet, piano; Kristina Fuchs, voice, hang; Mete Erker, saxes

Songs for the German-Swiss TV doc-series „Wunderwelt Schweiz“


We recorded the old Swiss folksong „Lueget vo Berg und Tal“ for a swiss-german TV-documentary-series about the 4 big regions of Switzerland (-> here). To reflect the 4 different native languages spoken in the four regions, we made our own versions based on this old tune, wich is so well-known in all the different parts of Switzerland. Therefore we translated also the text – originally written in „Schwizerdütsch“ – in French, Italian and the not so well-known Rumantsch (räteromanisch) for the different episodes.

Swiss folksong: "Lueget vo Berg und Tal" – translated in 3 languages and rearranged (for film) from Stefan Döring on Vimeo.

Linden CD – presentation


LINDEN press


“Music that fits in no box – light psychedelic atmospheric impro?” (Aad van Nieuwkerk, Vrije Geluiden)

“Unique in the Dutch improvised music. You could argue that Kristina Fuchs has created a new genre.” (Herman ter Loo, Jazzflits)

“Fuchs in turn sounded sensual, teasing and playful” (René van Peer, Eindhovens Dagblad)

“Which again shows how beautiful the voice of Kristina Fuchs to this music folds: warm, sometimes childlike, then again sharply feminine and always sensitive.” (Rinus van der Heijden, Jazznu)

“Muziek waar je geen etiket op kunt plakken.” (Vera Vingerhoeds)

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