My name is Dan Nicholas and I’m a jazz guitarist from New York City. Inspired by the Hague’s rich musical environment, I moved here in 2001 and have made it my business to help sustain a great jazz scene here ever since. In 2007 i founded EJP (Equinox Jazz Promotions), an organization dedicated to presenting an extremely high level of local and international jazz artists at a number of different venues throughout the city. In addition to our 10 year run of Sunday afternoons at Bar Restaurant Pavlov(4-6 pm), You can currently find us on Sunday evenings at Le Duc on Noordeinde (9:30-12:00pm).
March will be a very active month with International guests of the highest order. Two special concerts will be held, the first on Monday March 4th at Murphy’s Law with one of the leading musicians in jazz, tenor saxophone giant Grant Stewart (concert starts at 21:00, 10 euro entrance). The second will be on the 28th of March at Pavlov, a duo between two world class masters on the NYC jazz scene, pianist Jeb Patton, and alto saxophonist Dmitry Baevsky (concert starts at 21:00, 10 euro entrance).
Sundays in March at Pavlov continue with the international theme. March 4th features pianist Steve Ash, one of the top accompanists and trio players in NYC. March 11th features a Band led by the spellbinding clarinetist and tenor saxophonist John Ruocco, a long time ex-pat from the USA. March 18th will bring the superb Italian tenor saxophonist Matteo Raggi, and his impeccable taste and deep swing. Moving into springtime, March 25th will feature Dutch saxophone legend Jasper Blom in a band with Spanish piano virtuoso Miguel Rodriguez.