• Organo nominated

FPK_LOGO (langwerpig)

Organo has been nominated for the pre-selection of the most prestigious composition prize in the Netherlands: Matthijs Vermeulenprijs 2019. Finals will be announced this summer by the Performing Arts Fund of The Netherlands.

Organo remains available via Bandcamp for free or any price you are happy to support us with.

Meanwhile: Huge Gratitude for all the beautiful response to Organo’s self-titled debut album (December 2018). Heartwarming !

• Organo debut OUT NOW !

 Organo album release cover 5 artwork by Riccardo Marogna
As of today December 18th, 2018 Organo its debut album is OUT NOW !
Listen & Download > via Bandcamp.
We first started playing together sometime in early 2017 when we met as students at The Royal Conservatory of The Hague – The Netherlands. The three of us share a long history in both improvisation and composition, and it’s the combination of these two approaches to music-making that continues to serve us as a basis for all our musical ideas. In our self-titled debut album Organo we didn’t use pre-agreed forms or musical material, but nevertheless our improvisation cannot be said to be totally free either. Through constant reflection and discussion when rehearsing, we ‘composed’ a quite strict and distinct musical universe within which we could improvise ‘freely’. Organo is an edited and mixed version of our very first studio recording session.

Voice: Aurélie Nyirabikali Lierman
Bass Clarinets:
Ábel Fazekas & Riccardo Marogna

Recording, Mixing, Mastering: Madhav Agarwal
Cover Photo: Riccardo Marogna

All Info & Bookings: organotrio.info [at] gmail.com

Follow us @OrganoTrio

• New Material

Today – after an incredibly long summer and autumn break – started new studio sessions with the acoustic trio around Abel Fazekas & Riccardo Marogna on bass clarinet and me as a soprano. It’s so lovely to develop new repertoire. Before the end of the year we will also edit and mix all the material for our debut album.

Meanwhile in The Hague: listening, editing, mixing and re-listening...

listening, mixing, editing and re-listening at Studio BEA 7 in The Hague – photo Abel Fazekas