do 16 september - 21:00

Concert, Jazz

Jazz Nights at Koorenhuis

Jazz Nights offers four nights of top notch jazz entertainment with a top class quality show.

Le Noci, Krijger & Ineke is an organ trio born in the Hague in 2021 from the need to bring the generations together in swing and deep groove!

With a deep connection to the blues and real jazz influence, the soulful sound of the trio brings the mastery and expertise of two points of reference in the international jazz scene such as Arno Krijger on Hammond Organ and Eric Ineke on Drums and cymbals to the new, fresh voice of the young Enrico Le Noci on guitar.
The repertoire follows the footsteps of Jimmy Smith, Larry Young, Grant Green and their trios, and expands on it with original music broadening the repertoire for this classic formation.

In this series of concerts the trio will invite a special guest between the finest musicians in the local jazz scene.

Simon Rigter Being the son of saxophone player Bob Rigter, Simon Rigter (the Netherlands, 1973) grew up in a musical environment. At age 10, he started taking classical flute lessons, and at age 12, he started playing the saxophone.

Simon studied at the Royal Conservatoire of the Hague from 1989 until 1996, where he was taught by John Ruocco. Subsequently, he studied with Ferdinand Povel at the Hilversum Conservatoire. He graduated in 1997.

Simon has recorded CDs with Dutch Jazz Orchestra, Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw, Rotterdam Jazz Orchestra, The Reeds, Curtis Fuller, Slide Hampton, John Marshall, Cees Slinger, Victor Kaihatu, Peter Beets, Ruud Breuls, and Erik Doelman. He performed with George Coleman, Joe Cohn, Jim Rotondi, Nancy Marano, Alvin Queen and many more. Simon also toured all over the world.

Simon plays 1st tenor in the Jazz Orchestra of the Concertgebouw, Bop2B, Equinox, and The Ruud Breuls/Simon Rigter Quintet.

Dates: September 16,23 & 30. October 7
Time: 21.00 – 22.30h
Ticket price: €15.00
Students/CJP: €7.50


Address: Prinsegracht 27, 2512 EW The Hague