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  • November 23rd, 20:30

    ASIAN FIELDS: Louis Sclavis Dominique Pifarély, Vincent Courtois
    & 37FERN: Claron McFadden, Kristina Fuchs, Oğuz Büyükberber, Tobias Klein

    TILBURG, Paradox

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  • November 24th, 20:15

    37FERN: “A Bag of Songs” Claron McFadden, Kristina Fuchs, Oğuz Büyükberber, Tobias Klein

    SchoolHuisConcerten
    Prinses Margrietlaan 4a
    3051 AT Rotterdam
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  • November 25th, 16:00

    ASIAN FIELDS: Louis Sclavis Dominique Pifarély, Vincent Courtois
    & 37FERN: Claron McFadden, Kristina Fuchs, Oğuz Büyükberber, Tobias Klein

    UTRECHT, Tivoli Vredenburg

    basklarinetfestijn.nl

  • December 9th, 16:00

    LINDEN

    Jazz in Verdan,
    Doopsgezinde Vermaning (yep!)
    Westzijde 80, Zaandam
    jazzinverdan.nl

  • January 19th, 15:00

    LINDEN
    TryTone Festival
    Splendor

  • February 10th, 16:00

    37FERN: “A Bag of Songs” Claron McFadden, Kristina Fuchs, Oğuz Büyükberber, Tobias Klein

    MAASTRICHT, Intro In Situ

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  • May 24th, 20:45

    LINDEN
    Jazzzolder
    Mechelen
    jazzzolder.be

Neuland – première

18.10.2018

Finally: A video compilation of our première:

Neuland première 19.08.2018

26.09.2018

On August 19th I premièred my Röseligarte-extended project “Neuland” at the Stubete am See in the Tonhalle Maag in Zürich. What a joy!

LINDEN review february 2018

19.02.2018

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

LINDEN mini-tour spring 2018

15.01.2018

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“

23.11.2017

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.

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