在爵士乐界里，唱爵士乐的女性还不算太少，但是吹萨克斯管的女性就寥寥无几了。坦尼卡（Tineke Postma）是近些年来一颗不断上升的萨克斯新星。她被爵士界公认为是一位很有非凡萨克斯天分的演奏家。坦尼卡（Tineke Postma）曾在阿姆斯特丹音乐学院学习，后来又远赴曼哈顿音乐学院继续深造。2003年从音乐学院毕业后，坦尼卡（Tineke Postma）的爵士音乐事业发展得越来越红火。她所获得的跟爵士有关的奖项也越来越多。
来自风车之国荷兰的她，在2002年获得了「Singer Laren Jazz Award」
Tineke Postma is an internationally acknowleged active jazzsaxophonist. During her college years at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, she received two scolarships to study at the Manhattan School for Music in New York, where she was taught by Dick Oatts, David Liebman and Chris Potter. In 2003, Tineke gratuaded with Honors at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, where she has been teaching since 2005. Tineke plays energetic, modern jazz and is inspired by Wayne Shorter, Cannonball Adderly, John Coltrane, Miles Davis and other great legends, without ignoring her own creativity. The British Newspaper “The Evening Standard” called Tineke in 2009 “One of the leading ladies in Jazz”!
AWARDS Tineke has received several awards for her remarkable compositions and artistry, among which the Jazz Juan Revelations Award in 2009 (Antibes Juan-les-Pins Jazz Festival). In 2006, Tineke won the prestigious Midem “International Jazz Revelation of the Year Award” in France, which she received during an award ceremony “Les Victoires de Jazz” that had been broadcasted live and nationwide on the French tv, channel France 3. In 2003 Tineke received the “Jazz All Star Award” (USA) Tineke also received several Dutch awards: “Langs de Lijn Award” (2007), “Singer Laren Jazz Award” (2002),”Heijmans Award” (2004). In 2008, Tineke had been nominated for another prestigious Dutch Prize: the “Notenkraker Award”. For two years in a row, 2009 and 2010, Tineke was nominated for the “Paul Acket Award” (North Sea Jazz).
Tineke Postma alt- and sopranosax;
Marc van Roon - piano;
Frans van der Hoeven - bass;
Martijn Vink - drums.
01. Cancao de Amor
02. Falling scales
03. Before the snow
04. Leave me a place underground
05. The observer
06. Off minor
08. The man who stared at coats
09. Beyond category
10. Tell it like it is