In this episode Pat welcomes violinist and composer Myrthe van de Weetering to the show. She discusses her decision not to play on most of her debut album, featuring herself as a composer rather than a performer, the series of film noir style photography that inspired the music and how limiting herself to writing short pieces was liberating.
Please visit Myrthe’s website for more information, tour dates and to purchase her music.
Myrthe recommended searching for pairings of music and books as a sort of “soundtrack to reading”.
Music featured in this episode:
“Vierdag” and “Morla” from the album Dégoût.
Myrthe van de Weetering - violin, composition
Jeffrey Bruinsma - violin
Ro Krauss - viola
Jörg Brinkmann - cello
Oscar Cordero - trumpet
Mark Nieuwenhuis - trumpet
Coen Kaldeway - sax
Anton Goudsmit - guitar
Freek Rijna - guitar
Tony Roe - piano & rhodes
Jeroen Vierdag - double bass
Thomas Pol - double bass
Mark van Kersbergen - drums
thumbnail picture by Peisam Tsang