Hert Records/ Membran - 2018

#7 best jazz albums on Bandcamp in 2018.

“It’s not an easy task building a chamber jazz framework that allows improvisation to thrive, but Marike van Dijk’s Stereography Project does just that. On her project’s sophomore release, the alto saxophonist adds an extra layer of difficulty by composing for vocalists and for two separate ensembles, which took her to Amsterdam and NYC. That’s a hell of a lot to capture, and yet van Dijk delivers it with the simplicity of a tender love song. A remarkable example of diverse aspirations attaining a cohesive vision.”

All arrangements by Marike van Dijk
Produced by Ruben Samama
Mixed by Ruben Samama
Mastered by Nate Wood at Kerseboom Mastering

Release date: April 27, 2018

Personnel Track 1-5
Jeff Taylor | Vocals, Guitar, Marike van Dijk | Alto Sax, Anna Webber | Flute / Tenor Sax, Lucas Pino | Clarinet / Tenor Sax, Jay Rattman | bassclarinet / Alto Sax, Alan Ferber | Trombone, Sita Chay | Violin, Meg Okura | Violin, Eric Lemmon | Viola, Susan Mandel | Cello, Manuel Schmiedel | Piano, Rick Rosato | Bass, Colin Stranahan | DrumsAll songs written by Jeff Taylor (Genie Land Music, BMI)
Except for ‘Organelle’ written by Jeff Taylor & Steve Wall (Bedlake, BMI)
and ‘Borealis’ written by Jeff Taylor & David Howard Heilman (ASCAP)

Recorded by John Davis at The Bunker Studio, Brooklyn, NY August 23. 2016

Personnel Track 6-11
Katell Keineg | Vocals, Guitar, Marike van Dijk | Alto Sax, Charlotte Greve | Flute/Alto Sax, Maarten Ornstein | Clarinet/Tenor Sax, Ben van Gelder | Bassclarinet, Matthias Konrad | Trombone, Jasper van Rosmalen | Violin*, Annelieke Marselje | Violin, Rani Kumar | Viola, Amber Docters van Leeuwen | Cello, Manuel Schmiedel | Piano, Sean Fasciani | Bass, Mark Schilders | Drums

All songs written by Katell Keineg/ © Katell Keineg (PRS)
Except for ‘Interlude to Old Friend’ written by Katell Keineg & Marike van Dijk (BUMA)

Recorded by Paul Pouwer at Powersound studio Amsterdam March 29, 2017

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Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records - 2015

“Marike van Dijk’s writing has an organic quality; balanced and seems to find ratios and combinations that are based in nature. I find her music very intuitive and feel that she has great honesty. This record will be just another step in a long career of composing.”
– Gil Goldstein

“Marike van Dijk gives her chamber ensemble a lot of creative latitude within her beautifully crafted compositions on “The Stereography Project.” The compelling results are sure to strengthen her reputation as a bandleader and, more importantly, brighten the lives of all those lucky enough to hear it.”  
– Alan Ferber

The Album holds 7 original compositions by Marike van Dijk and an arrangement of the beautiful She’s Leaving Home by Lennon/McCartney.

Release date: January 24, 2015

Marike van Dijk (saxes/compositions)

Ben van Gelder (basscl/asax)
Lucas Pino (cl/tsax)
Anna Webber (fl/tsax)
Alan Ferber (tb)
Sita Chay (vi)
Elinor Speirs (vi)
Eric Lemmon (vla)
Amanda Gookin (vc)
Manuel Schmiedel (pi)
Rick Rosato (bass)
Mark Schilders (dr)
Ruben Samama (voice, on ‘She’s Leaving Home’)
Defne Sahin (voice, on ‘Christmas’ and ‘She’s Leaving Home’)

Recorded on april 29, 2014, at The Bunker Studio Brooklyn
Engineer/mixing: John Davis
Master: Scott Hull
Conductor: Dan Pratt

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Independent / Self released - 2010

“Marike Van Dijk has recorded lyrical and compelling tunes on her first outing. She plays with determination and a beautiful sound on all her horns. This music has a nice feel and shape to it. Well worth the listen!”

– Bob Mintzer

Release date: April 13, 2o10

Marike van Dijk (Compositions / Alto/Soprano Sax)
Franz von Chossy (Piano)
Marzio Scholten (Guitar)
Ruben Samama (Bass)
Joost Kroon (Drums)
Mark Schilders (Drums)

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