The Mark Lotz Trio performs a new project: “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out” with two youngsters on the Dutch scene: Jamie Peet and Zack Lober hailing from NYC. Both two highly versatile musicians, blindly matching with the improvisations and compositions of Lotz.
piccolo, concert-, alto-, bass-, pvc contra bass flutes, fx
Soloist, composer, producer in jazz and contemporary music often crossing borders with other cultures. Collaborations spans an arc with film, theater, performance art, visual arts and dance.
Worked with many unknown and many famous but equally gifted unique voices in music all around the globe. Subject of international publications, prize-winner, nominated for the Edison and Beyond Magazine prize.
Professor for flute at the Utrecht and Rotterdam Conservatories.
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Zack Lober is a bassist, composer, DJ and music producer. Originally from Montreal, Canada, he spent 11 years in NYC and 3 years in Boston working and performing with numerous top artists. Now residing in the Netherlands, he is the leader of “NO FILL3R” a trio project featuring drummer Sun-Mi Hong and trumpeter Suzan Veneman as well as "The Ancestry Project”, a music and video performance that also incorporates his musical discoveries with turntables. He has performed in groups led by artists such as David Binney, Henry Threadgill, Butch Morris, Frank London, John Escreet, Greg Ward, Jamie Baum, Lars Dietrich and Chet Doxas. He has toured all over Europe, India, Mexico, Canada and the United States in bands led by Ingrid Jensen, Christine Jensen, Benoit Charest, and Christophe Schweizer among many others.
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Jamie Peet (29) is one of the most in-demand drummers in the (inter-)national jazz scene.Currently playing with keyboardist Niels Broos, Tony Roe; Tinmen &the Telephone. Ben van Gelder.
And performs with a.o. Ramon Valle, Dominc J. Marshall, Lars Dietrich, and more. Jamie has spurred the likes of many greats, including Gregory Porter and pianist Kris Bowers, with whom Jamie has both toured with.