Award winning pianist/composer Jan Geijtenbeek (1988) has released 5 albums so far. All of these records feature his own compositions. He has recorded with Dutch jazz-players such as: Anton Goudsmit, Rolf Delfos and Jeroen van Vliet.
From November 2016 – April 2017 Jan has lived in Boston (Ma, USA). Here he attended classes at Berklee and wrote and recorded a new album called ‘Boston Waltz’. This recording features an American rhythm section: double bass player Simón Willson and drummer Lee Fish.
“Striking is Geijtenbeeks thought through sound-spectrum and lyricism. The well balanced compositions give his melody’s enough space to breathe and develop and there’s a lot of attention to detail. Musical story’s in the middle and upper range are harmonically united with creative bass-lines or changed into a groove with ease. – Jazzenzo
“Today’s Story’ is a delightful jazz record. Honest too, by which I mean that it’s unadorned, open-hearted, confident, freely and most of all playful. The music is tight and funky, but also lively and light-footed and carefully dosed in the ballads, like ‘Lifetime’ and ‘Traveling Light’, which have an almost cinematic character” – Jazzflits