- 28.1.2020, 8 p.m.PS € 15,30 / BO € 17 / € 5 red. for f.f.m. students members, Sold out
“Dutch pianist Pieter de Graaf knows exactly how to play that
first note so that it causes goose bumps” (Enola Magazine).
Combining neoclassic and electro, multi-instrumentalist Pieter
de Graaf is often compared to music icons, such as Nils
Frahm, Keith Jarrett or Ludovico Einaudi. He creates his pieces
through improvisation, letting individual fragments form
into a finished piece through repeatedly recording, discarding
and rearranging them. On stage, Pieter de Graaf is a classic
one-man show. Not only does he play piano, but also builds
up his sound with a bass pedal, several MIDI keyboards and
a laptop for audio effects, loops and synthesizers. Each of his
is exceptional and offers a unique sound
spectrum. The main element of his current album “Fermata” is
catchy and entertaining jazz, with a main focus on piano.