Schwickerath & van den Heuvel

Schwickerath & van den Heuvel

 Sandweiler, Luxembourg, LUX
BandJazz

Jazzsinger Edith van den Heuvel and guitar player Dany Schwickerath are taking the listeners on an intimate journey through the universe of relationships and love. Their repertoire is a very personal and carefully chosen collection of jazz songs.

Biography

Voice: Edith van den Heuvel Guitar: Dany Schwickerath

Jazzsinger Edith van den Heuvel and guitar player Dany Schwickerath met each other in 2005 and have been forming a Jazzduo ever since. They get inspired by the beautiful songs from the American Songbook from composers such as Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern as wel as Michel Legrand and Antônio Carlos Jobim. These songs are the core of their repertoire, but also improvisation and spontaneous interaction is a very important part of their performances. They've performed in various jazzclubs in Luxembourg and Germany.
In 2009 Edith and Dany recorded their first CD called "Hidden Waltz" which has been released by Portabile Music (Trier).

Discography

Hidden Waltz (2009) released with Portabile Music (Trier)

Set List

In love in vain (Jerome Kern)
What are you doing the rest of your life (Michel Legrand)
Dindi (Antonio Carlos Jobim)
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square
Moondance (Van Morrisson)
Old Devil Moon
Cheek to cheek (Irving Berlin)
Don't get around much anymore (Duke Ellington)
It's alright with me (Cole Porter)
Joy Spring (Clifford Brown)
You must believe in spring (Michel Legrand)
When lights are low (Benny Carter)
Come together (The Beatles)
Every breath you take (Sting)
Skylark (Hoagy Carmichael)
The way you look tonight (Jerome Kern)
Both sides now (Joni Mitchell)
and much more