Nadje Noordhuis + James Shipp — "Indigo" Album Release Concert
February 19th, 2018 @ 8:00pm EST


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Set 1 @ 8pm

Nadje Noordhuis + James Shipp

Nadje Noordhuis - trumpet, flugelhorn, electronics
James Shipp - vibraphone, synthesizers, percussion


For five years, James Shipp and Nadje Noordhuis have honed their unique and expansive project, which combines intimate jazz duo interaction with celestial electronic textures. Playing to packed houses on tour in Australia last year, tonight is the New York CD release of their debut album, "Indigo".

From Maryland, USA, James Shipp is a vibraphonist, percussionist, and synthesist who has played with Anat Cohen, Kurt Elling, Paquito D’Rivera, and Kate McGarry. He is in the process of releasing an album of original songs, maintains adventurous Brazilian and Irish bands, and makes music in prisons and shelter across NYC for Carnegie Hall.

From Australia, and based in New York for the last 14 years, trumpeter/composer Nadje Noordhuis was a semi-finalist in the 2007 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Trumpet Competition and the 2010 National Jazz Awards in Australia. She plays with the Maria Schneider Orchestra, Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society, Anat Cohen Tentet, and leads her own quintet. 

Set 2 @ 9:15pm

Nadje Noordhuis Quintet

Nadje Noordhuis - trumpet, flugelhorn, electronics
Maeve Gilchrist - harp
Jesse Lewis - guitar
Ike Sturm - bass
James Shipp - synthesizers, percussion

The new lineup of Nadje Noordhuis' quintet makes its debut in preparation for their live recording in Muri, Switzerland. Featuring phenomenal lever harpist, Maeve Gilchrist, James Shipp on synthesizers and percussion, and the gorgeous Endless Field duo, guitarist Jesse Lewis and bassist Ike Sturm, this group will show how combining electronics with traditionally acoustic instruments can be breathtakingly beautiful.