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Live Jazz music at Home of Art on 18 Feb.

Live Jazz music at Home of Art on February 18

Vintage quartet 'De Jazz Cats' will do a small winter tour in Amsterdam in February and will drop by Home of Art to let us hear their tunes on February 18. De Jazz Cats will suprise you with vintage Jazz songs by Hal Glatzer and Pit Hermans, filled up with Gipsy Jazz Guitar by Harald Inen and Mark Verbeek on Bass.

De Jazz Cats have also invited impro jazz trio 'Utrecht Centraal' to play a set at Home of Art and who knows, maybe they all end up jamming together. Of course you’re allowed to dance, but you can also just have a drink, look at Home of Art's contemporary art, make some new friends, or just sit back and enjoy this Saturday afternoon in an inspiring artistic environment.

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"Home Of Art is an art gallery in the Museum District of Amsterdam (Diagonally across Het Concertgebouw and just around the corner of Het Museumplein), that aims to present and promote talented artists in an artistic, international and cozy atmosphere. Besides exhibiting and selling art, Home of Art regularly hosts and organises intimate concerts, workshops, performances and more in an inspiring space. Most concerts are for free or donation based. Others (as are the drinks) are very affordable. Anyone who appreciates art in the broadest sense is welcome at Home of Art."

If you're interested in getting acquainted with Amsterdam’s rich contemporary art culture, if you enjoy attending cultural events, intimate concerts and if you’d like to make new international likeminded friends, you should definitely visit art gallery Home of Art. Home of Art aims to promote art in the broadest sense possible and also if you’re not an artist, we encourage you to participate in our social gatherings.

Have a look at our social media pages to get an impression of Home of Art's past events.

This Jazzy Saturday afternoon at art gallery Home of Art will take place on 18 February between 15.00 and 18.30h. 

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