With the September 13, 2011 release of “The Dawn Of Light” in the US, the award-winning Dutch saxophonist TINEKE POSTMA further expands the growing fan base for her music. Tineke is a well know musician who recently played at the Jazz Standard in NYC. She will be on stage again in the US next year during in Pittsburgh as part of the Distinctively Dutch Festival.
The new CD features Tineke’s Dutch Quartet with Marc van Roon on piano and Rhodes, Frans van der Hoeven on bass and Martijn Vink on drums. Bassist, singer and Grammy Award winner Esperanza Spalding, is featured on one track called “Leave Me A Place Underground.” Of working with Tineke, Esperanza says: “I’m so grateful to be a part of this record…Tineke’s beautiful spirit and musical sensibility sing through the entire album in her playing and writing.”
Jazz Magazine – May 2011
“Tineke has found her own sound…
“The Dawn of Light” marks the birth of an authentic and original sound. “
Jazz Times, Bill Milkowski
“Tineke exhibits a vivacious stage presence along with commanding chops on both alto and soprano saxes.”