1977 saw the recording of an audiovisual project that was hitherto unparalleled in Dutch jazz and television history: the 'Zeeland Suite'. Pianist Leo Cuypers composed this suite, parts of which were recorded for television on different locations in the Dutch province of Zeeland. A 7-piece band, featuring Willem Breuker and members of his Kollektief, performed Cuypers' music. The combination of live music and epic footage, some of which was filmed from a helicopter, was the basis for a 50-minute television broadcast. Jeroen van Vliet's 'Zeeland Suite Revisited' is an updated version of this remarkable project. Pianist Jeroen van Vliet, 2014's Boy Edgar Prize winner, composed new music. Using a new band – and new technology: drones – this new project once again shows the beauty of Zeeland. Today's band features many big names from the contemporary Dutch jazz scene, gathered to pay tribute to Zeeland's characteristic landscape. Jazz, Modern.