Tigual Trio consists of guitarist Tim Panman, violinist Gustavo Cabrera and double bass player Alexander Vocking.
They met each other in the conservatory of Rotterdam, Codarts, where they specialized in world music, their focus being Argentinean tango.
This international blending of musical traditions turned out to be an ideal foundation for the broad interests of this trio.
In 2015 they decided to join forces and created a trio that clearly shows their many different influences. A wide variety of colors can be heard: Argentinean tango and folklore, gypsy-jazz, classical music and flamenco.
Apacáy quintet plays a wide variety of all the music styles that come from South-America.
From Brazilian samba to Argentinean chacarera and Peruvian lando, from Colombian cumbia to Cuban boleros and Son. The quintet started in the Rotterdam Conservatory Codarts, from a collaboration of musicians with a passion for music from South-America. The quintet plays their own arrangements of famous pieces from all these folkloric styles.
LocosLindos Tango Quintet
Five young and driven musicians, who discover the unknown terrain of the passionate Argentinean tango together. Tango is still alive and kicking. There is new music written today that proves it. Next to old dancable tango’s LocosLindos also plays the more famous repertiore of famous bandoneón player Astor Piazzolla, but also the generally unknown repertoire of tango composers of today. This way, the quintet developed their own recognizable style.
The members of LocosLindos come from Russia, Belgium and the Netherlands. Their shared passion for this unique and exotic music forms the spine of their eclectic quintet.
Duo Panman Vermijs
Duo Panman Vermijs consists of guitarists Tim Panman and Jur Vermijs.
They met each other in the conservatory of Rotterdam, Codarts, where they specialized in world music. Jur studied Flamenco, and Tim focused on Argentinean tango.
This international blending of musical traditions turned out to be an ideal foundation for the broad interests of this duo. In 2015 they decided to join forces and created a duo that clearly shows their many different influences. A wide variety of colors can be heard: Argentinean tango and flamenco, gypsy-jazz and classical music.
Rosa Mystica is a quintet that focuses on music from the Argentinean tango tradition. Tijmen Veelenturf (violin), Andreas Rokseth (bandoneón), Tim Panman (gitaar), Elizabeth Fadel (piano) and Alexander Vocking (double bass) form part of an international ensemble that explores the traditional and modern sides of tango music. With compositions of Horacio Salgán, Astor Piazzola and Ramiro Gallo (among others) they show both the energetic and melancholical sides of tango from Argentina.
Iris Pielage & Tim Panman
The duo of Iris Pielage and Tim Panman plays repertoire from the beautiful South-American cultures. From Brazilian bossa, samba and Cuban boleros to Argentinean tango and folklore. This duo consists of vocalist Iris Pielage and guitarist Tim Panman, who met eachother in the Rotterdam conservatory.
Iris studied Brazilian and Latin vocals, and Tim specialized in Argentinean tango. Their bundled passion for world music formed the foundation for their cooperation. The duo plays South-American music, and mixes influences from Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Uruguay and Cuba into a wonderfull warm, exotic and groovy program.
Christa Mierás & Tim Panman
Christa specializes in the music of the late Horacio Salgán, a maestro pianist, arranger and composer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Together with guitarist Ubaldo de Lio, Salgán composed and arranged a repertoire full of eclectic, rhythmical and lyrical repertoire. Together, Tim and Christa are telling the story of the legend Salgán became throughout his life. A worthy tribute is ensured.