In recent years, Rembrandt Frerichs, Tony Overwater and Vinsent Planjer worked together as a trio with important Arabic musicians. Additionally, they immersed themselves in classical instruments and the heritage of painter Piet Mondriaan. Throughout this diverse trajectory, their background in jazz and improvised music remains present. Also on their new album Graffiti Jazz, on which they translate their fascination for the visual power of street art to thrilling new music. Rembrandt Frerichs has been called an ‘an adventurer of the keys’ and ‘a master on his instrument’ by the Dutch daily newspapers Trouw and de Volkskrant, respectively. The Dutch pianist scouted New York and spent time living in Cairo. His music contains the drive of American jazz and the lyricism of Eastern music, as well as the spaciousness of the chamber music of Debussy and Ravel. The result is ‘future music which make borders disappear in the ear’ (Trouw). ‘Rembrandt’s music is a wonder of organic creativity, an exemplary fusion of the old and the new world’ (HP/De Tijd).