“I still remember the exact moment when my fascination for music and visuals started. When I was seven years old, I saw a TV show that demonstrated the narrative power of music. I witnessed how music could transform a mundane clip of a man walking round a corner from a relaxed stroll into an intense thriller.
I was hooked. ” – Myrthe van de Weetering
In 2017 Myrthe van de Weetering (1988) released debut album “Dégoût”: a collection of cinematographic jazz compositions, jumping from intimate string duos to energetic jazz improvisations, and played some with the best players from the Netherlands. For this project van de Weetering was inspired by Miles Davis’ famous soundtrack for the film noir Ascenseur pour l’échafaud (1958).
Line-up: Myrthe van de Weetering – viool & effecten; Xavi Torres – piano; Thomas Pol – contrabas; Jamie Peet – drums