Support our album!
We are Chamber Jazz Consort and we need your help! To bring our new album to life, we're reaching out for your support. Join us in making a difference!
Your donation of a chosen amount will play a crucial role in covering the expenses associated with mixing, mastering, and producing the CD. Thank you for being a part of this exciting journey with us!
Choose your contribution!
By donating €10.00, you are generously supporting us in realizing our album production.
By donating more than €25.00, you will be even more generous in supporting us, and as a token of our appreciation, you will receive our brand new CD as a gift for your true support!
By donating more than €50.00, you will be the most generous supporter of our ensemble. As a token of our gratitude, you will not only receive the CD but also an invitation to our concert with a free ticket!
This ensemble is part of the Brussels Muzieque platform, a versatile collaborative music platform based in the capital of Europe, which works with artists carefully selected from international prize winners, including participants of the esteemed Queen Elisabeth competition, as well as concertmasters and soloists from renowned Belgian and European orchestras.
The Chamber Jazz Consort delivers a mesmerizing and dynamic performance, skillfully blending the richness and elegance of classical string music with the intricate rhythms and melodic complexities of jazz. Their repertoire encompasses a diverse range of pieces, spanning from traditional swing compositions to modern and contemporary jazz.
The ensemble operates as a collective, showcasing various formations such as trios, quintets, and even larger ensembles. In its quartet formation, the group features accomplished musicians who excel in both classical and jazz music. Oene van Geel, an award-winning jazz violinist, infuses the ensemble with his distinct style and approach. Eduardo Tonietto, a cellist and artistic director of Brussels Muzieque, contributes his exceptional skills and experience to the ensemble's composition. Anton Jakimenko brings forth his own influences from both the classical and jazz genres. Sarah Oates, concertmaster of the Ballet Orchestra Amsterdam. In the realm of high classical violin playing, elevates the music with her exceptional expressiveness and virtuosity.