Slagwerk Den Haag
Founded in 1977, Slagwerk Den Haag is a multi-disciplinary collective that has already attracted worldwide attention with their free interpretation. Whether on ‘traditional’ percussion instruments or on horse jaws and glass instruments. In any case, the collective makes it a performance to kick back style.
In the past Mitchel van Dinther (as Jameszoo is actually called) was a gifted taekwondoka. When an injury threw a spanner in the works, the athlete changed missions and the dojo was traded in for the turntable. When the DJ was allowed to study at the Red Bull Music Academy in New York in 2013, he met the people behind Flying Lotus, including bassist Thundercat, and Jameszoo developed into one of the most exciting new jazz artists of the moment. With his naive computer jazz, the musician knows how to renew himself time and again.
String quartet Zapp 4 brings a smile to the face. Whether it is with their adaptations of classics by Nirvana and Radiohead or with work that lends itself more to the classical string instruments, the collective knows best how to use them. All four musicians compose and that makes the foursome a special group. From harmonies to pizzicato, there’s nothing Zapp 4 can’t do.
PAARD x SLAGWERK THE HAGUE
Two major concepts from The Hague combine their musical strengths. Expect a series of concerts by the top musicians of the innovative Slagwerk Den Haag, custom made for PAARD’s Grote Zaal. After more than 40 years, the adventurous group still manages to remain relevant by collaborating and co-creating with leading choreographers, producers and other exciting new makers from various art disciplines.
This program is made possible in part by Fonds Podium Kunsten.
Safe concert visit in PAARD
We want to continue as much as possible of the current program in an adapted way. We do this in the safest possible way and within government regulations. We hope that everyone will continue to do their very best with us to comply with the measures within and outside PAARD. For more information click here.
Experience this unique performance at home from the front row! The concert will be recorded from several angles and broadcast live once.