September
20th 2012
The Jazz Session #406: Nadje Noordhuis

Posted under Podcast & Trumpeters

Trumpeter Nadje Noordhuis’s eponymous debut will be available on Oct. 9, 2012. In this interview, Noordhuis talks about the stories behind her compositions; how a “fight” with a piano kept her away from that instrument for a decade and how she found her way back; working with Darcy James Argue and others; and the moment in the studio when the tape first started rolling. Learn more at nadjenoordhuis.com and follow her on Twitter at @nadje.

NOTE: Nadje is playing a CD pre-release show tonight (9/20/12) at the Jazz Gallery in NYC. Sets are at 9 and 10:30. Details here.

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  1. 2012: The Jazz (By Women) Year In Review | Popdose on 14 Dec 2012 at 10:30 am #

    […] Nadje Noordhuis’s eponymous debut is one of my favorite records of 2012. Noorduis (“nord-house”) is a trumpeter from Australia now based in New York City. Her writing is ethereal and beautiful without a hint of fake sentimentality, and she backs it up with a full, lovely trumpet sound. Noorhuis is an in-demand player on the New York scene and an integral part of one of the most respected large ensembles around – Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society. (Interview) […]

  2. 2012: The Jazz (By Women) Year In Review | Popdose - musicBlogs on 17 Dec 2012 at 2:30 am #

    […] Her writing is ethereal and beautiful without a hint of fake sentimentality, and she backs it up with a full, lovely trumpet sound. Noorhuis is an in-demand player on the New York scene and an integral part of one of the most respected large ensembles around Darcy James Argue s Secret Society. (Interview2) […]

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