“Although my raps are often about back in the days, I am someone who always keeps looking ahead at new projects and initiatives” says Seven Eleven rapper Are MC (in the ordinary life named Coen Grooten) in the Brabants Dagblad. With local friends Are MC started Musical Center Uden; a partnership network of independently operating parties in the music industry to encourage making more music in and around Uden.
According to the Brabants Dagblad the second edition of Late Summer Jazz Uden was successful. Friday Theater Markant was visited moderately, but Saturday night it was a full house, mainly because of an attractive lineup with Typhoon and Seven Eleven. Singer Berget Lewis, accompanied by the Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw, also attracted a big audience.
“Enjoying great jazz in good company in a comfortable, late-summer atmosphere.” That’s the main target for the Late Summer Jazz Festival in Uden. The second edition of the festival presents this weekend a select group of artists and talents on various stages at the beautiful Markant Theatre. Including The Jig, Berget Lewis with the Jazz Orchestra of the Concert Hall, Ntjam Rosie & Artvark Saxophone Quartet, Judith Nijland and Alexander Beets, Typhoon and Seven Eleven closing the festival at the big Event Hall.
On Saturday September 5th the first edition of the Polderparade – the opening of the cultural season of the region Haarlemmermeer – takes place in ‘Het Cultuurgebouw’ in Hoofddorp. During the Polderparade various cultural institutions will present their program for the 2015-2016 season. The Polderparade starts at 15h00 and ends with Funk. The concert of SEVEN ELEVEN starts at 22h00. The entrance is free!