Behind the music


Tizaan Alphonso has a deep and personal connection with music, strongly connected within his family. Having musicians for parents, making music just feels like being home, where-ever he is. When he sets foot on stage, with his keyboards and microphone ready, surrounded by his closest friends, the audience is presented with an energy unbounded. Because Tizaan Alphonso can only give his all, or he will give nothing at all. 


"Give in to the Natural Jazzy Groove of Tizaan Alphonso's, New Album 'Feel It' "
- Buzz Music (USA)

"Tizaan Alphonso showcases extraordinary experimental Jazz on his debut LP ‘'Feel It’" 
- Rolling Stone Magazine (India)


If he could, Tizaan Alphonso would become the Freddie-Mercury-of-Jazz, or claim to be Herbie Hancock's long lost son. He jokes about these things, yet it is deadly serious. Soul and Funk music has been with him like an extra parent, raising him to this day. His debut album "Feel It" (2020) is his attempt to revive the glory of Soul, RnB and Funk, and it was made together with the people that are most dear to him. The result is an absolute delight to behold, receiving praise from the press at home, the USA and India.

Tizaan Alphonso finished his jazz education in Maastricht, the Netherlands. As a talented student new to the region, he quickly became a visible contribution to the live music scene. From performing solo at corporate events, presenting his band at every pop or jazz competition all the way to playing at the North Sea Jazz festival as part of the Fringe Orchestra ft. Bex Burch. He was invited to perform at Jammin' Juan in France, Jazz Circle Viersen and So What's Next Festival(Eindhoven), Poppodium Volt (Sittard), Les Temps Mêlés (Verviers) and continues to grow a fanbase with his catchy debut album "Feel It". The L1 television recently featured him live for their 'Tot overmaat van ramp' cultural program during the pandemic. In addition to this, his song "Living in The City" was also featured on radio (Sublime-FM) with the legendary Candy Dulfer. 

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