Philippens was born in 1984 in Amsterdam.
She played in the Concert Gebouw in Amsterdam
with the Fancy Fiddlers. Julia performed in
Florence, Manchester and Dusseldorf as a
She performed in theaters and TV shows with
artist like Paul de Leeuw and Laura Figi. Julia
worked in recordings studio for more than 45
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Eran Har Even
Eran started to play guitar at the age of 10. He
studied his high school years at the
"Thelma-Yallin" school of arts and tour
with the school big band to N.Y and Boston. He
was nominated to be a "Top musician"
for the Israeli army, playing, composing and
arranging for the army band. For 3 years he
performed all around Israel, during that time he
won the scholarship from the Israel-America
foundation. After finishing the army he went to
N.Y and had lessons with some of the best jazz
musicians, and performed around the city. In 2007
he moved to Europe and started to study at the
Amsterdam Conservatory. In his 3rd year he was
sent to "Temple university"
Philadelphia, and had lessons with Dick Oatts,
Ben Sechter, Terel Stafford, Tom Lowtone and
Bruce Barth for a whole semester. He was gigin'
around town with some local musicians and played
concerts with the legendary sax player Benny
Golson, as well as with Terel Stafford.
Today Eran is working with his own trio and other
completing his study at the High School of the
Performing Arts and the Julliard School of Music,
both in New York , Larry has appeared in a large
amount of orchestras and ensembles. For instance,
The American Symphony Orchestra, The Brooklyn
Philharmonic, The Netherlands Theatre Orchestra,
The European Tuba Quartet and The Instant
Composers Pool of Misha Mengelberg (ICP). He
performed also with Kenny Wheeler, Steve Lacy and
George Lewis. Larry participated in a number of
films, (the Musicians Portrait by Vitor Pomar,
Moord in de Cuyperspoort, by Frans Zwartjes) and
in theatre and dance performances (14 Rode
Hutjes, Mug met de Gouden Tand, Tony
Thatchers Duet and Een Pond Verloren Tijd
by Misha Mengelbergs ICP). Larry is a
virtuoso soloist whose roots are from the rich
Jewish cultural heritage of New York.