Bert Lochs belongs to the rare breed of jazz trumpeters, that not only play in sections of both pop and jazz ensembles but also take jazz improvisation to the next level.
To reach this goal, he took lessons from Dutch jazz artists like Ack van Rooijen and Rob Madna, and played in several ensembles like Jeroen Pek Band, Bert Lochs/Dirk Balthaus Quartet, Big Bizar Habit, The Handsome Harry Company and Bert Lochs Inquisitive Quartet(BLIQ) all over Europe. From North Sea Jazz Festival to Montreux, BIM-huis to the Satchmo in Maribor, in all these places and more, his lyrical trumpet and his melancholy flugelhorn sounded.His style is abundant and introverted at the same time.
Lochs' tribute to a trumpets most important component is certainly something! Sparks fly in this
powerful progressive jazz played with joy and verve.
Hub van Laar, trumpet and flugelhorn builder, Hub's notes newsletter
'Trumpet player Bert Lochs has a pleasant tone, creamy and fat...With his considerable technique he is
able to tell his story extensively...An intriguing CD
Cees van der Ven, Draai om je oren, jazzweblog
Lochs is a gifted and versatile trumpet player: always investigative, seldom predictable; introspective
Hans Gulpen, De Gelderlander
Lochs a nimble and dexterous trumpet player, who reveals his virtuosity mainly in the moulding of his
sound - hence the title of his cd
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