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za 22 jun



Blind Dates Medjool

Four musicians, two duos, one evening.

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Blind Dates Medjool
Blind Dates Medjool

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22 jun 2024, 20:30 – 22:30

Rotterdam, Van der Takstraat 102B, 3071 LM Rotterdam, Netherlands

Wat is er te zien?

"Medjool" means 'to not know' in Arabic. And, in this concert it also means: Two musicians who never played in duo with each other and have different backgrounds, encounter each other to make common or uncommon ground. Stanimir & Dean, Ruggero & Laia, are the four intrepid explorers.

"Medjool Dates" are described as having a "Soft and crunchy flesh, and a mildly rich and pleasing flavor", but how do they taste when they grow in sound? Maybe "Medjool Dates" don't have to please you all the time? Maybe, they can still be soft, sweet, crunchy, but.... But are you ready to hear the "but"?

Four musicians, two duos, one evening:


  • ⁠Stanimir Lambov: guitars - 
  • Dean Montanaro: bass guitar 

Stanimir Lambov is a Bulgarian guitarist, improviser and composer. He recently released his solo album, and he is part of "Tututu Orquestra" and "Lamp Of(f)", among other projects. More info about Stanimir: //

Dean Montanaro is an electric and double bass player from Malta, based in Rotterdam. Dean is part of bands such as "Antares Flare and "Su Nichel", among many other projects based in the Netherlands. More about Dean:


  • Ruggero di Luisi: drums and electronics
  • Laia Escartin: viola, voice

Ruggero di Luisi is a Sicilian drummer, composer and producer investigating improvisation, sonic shapes, deconstructing textures and synaesthesia through different mediums including drums, percussion and electronics. Ruggero recently released his own album, and he is part of projects such as" Tututu Orquestra". "Kopieslav radio", "Black baby tiger" among many other projects. More about Ruggero: //

Laia Escartin is a half spanish half flemish singer, violist and composer.  She is fascinated by different folk traditions, especially by all the different Mediterranean sounds.  She is part of "Escarteen Sisters" and "Xaloq", and collaborates different temporal projects based in the Netherlands. More about Laia: //

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