Joining forces with well-known Dutch club P60 in Amstelveen, we have an ambition to give stage to many and many prominent Improvised Music Artists from around the globe.
Our first project with P60 is to introduce the New York-based jazz pianist Vadim Neselovskyi to the Dutch audience. Vadim grew up in Odessa, Ukraine, where he was the youngest fifteen-years old student to be accepted into Odessa Conservatory. When he was 17 years old, he moved to Dortmund. Shortly after arriving in Germany, Neselovskyi established himself on the local jazz scene, taking part in the Dusseldorf Jazz Rally and Leipzig Jazz Days.
Vadim then joined six-time Grammy winner Gary Burton’s Generation Quintet featuring Julian Lage, Luquest Curtis and James Williams in 2004, and has been working as Burton’s pianist and arranger for more than a decade, touring the United States, Europe and Japan.
Now days Vadim and his Trio are performing at the most prestigious world Jazz Scenes including famous Blue Note in New York, Cotton Club in Japan, Jazzahead European Jazz Conference, Alfa Jazz Festival, and many others.
From the September 2017 Downbeat 4,5 star-review of his album “Get Up And Go”, written by Bob Doerschuk : “…I’m not even done listening to this album … yet already I’m giving Get Up And Go the stellar rating it deserves. Neselovskyi is a rare artist even at this early, post-Berklee stage of his career: technically assured as both pianist and composer and, more important, already in possession of a distinctive vision. … last moments confirm what the earliest ones suggested: Get Up And Go is a marvel.”