Who we are
Catch22 is a group set up by five jazz enthusiasts in the Netherlands.
Christian (saxes) (born in Vienna, Austria) is ecologist but wherever he lived and worked (Vienna, Austria; Munich and Berlin, Germany; Villahermosa, Mexico; Wageningen, Netherlands) he managed to be member in a jazz band.
Peter (git), born in de Noordoostpolder (Netherlands), grew up with music from his early youth and studied pop and jazz at the conservatorium of Rotterdam. After finishing, he changed his profession and is now researcher on water quality at Wageningen University. He also plays in de bigband Sound Of Science.
Eric (p) studied at Wageningen University, where he fell in love with Jazz and practiced on his keyboards till dawn... Since then, he never has stopped and has been performing in various bands.
Koen (b) built a bass guitar at the age of 18, took it to a jazz workshop in Wageningen and since there was no bass player yet.....
Luc (dr) tarted playing drums at age 8. Throughout his career he has been percussionist in classical orchestra’s and ensembles and has been drummer in a series of pop, rock, blues, afro-latin and jazz bands.
Eric, Koen, Luc en Christian also form a straight-ahead jazzband, De Mannetjes.
Recent recordings (January 2018)
with Christian Kampichler (sax), Peter Schipper (git), Eric de Zeeuw (keyb), Koen Boschman (b), Paul van Asseldonk (dr)
Beyond (Christian Kampichler)
Capivara (Hermeto Pascoal)
Don't Forget the Poet (Enrico Pieranunzi)
Heard in the Scene (Heleen van den Hombergh, Eric de Zeeuw, Koen Boschman)
Regentag (Christian Kampichler)
The Dream (Christian Kampichler)
Wen-Kam-Do (Christian Kampichler)
Earlier recordings (December 2015)
with Christian Kampichler (sax), Jelmer van Veen (keyb), Henk Hoogedoorn (b), Paul van Asseldonk (dr)
Sea of Green (Hannes Laszakovits)
Norwegian Wood (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Jake Reichbart)
Strasbourg St. Denis (Roy Hargrove)
Winter Walk (Christian Kampichler)
Dolphin Dance (Herbie Hancock)
Girl Talk (Neal Hefti)
Easy (Christian Kampichler)
Get in contact
Thanks to Paul we are also available at Spotify and iTunes