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Vocal - Ensembles with singers; vocalists with accompaniment
Flowers in Concert
Flowers in Concert

A unique duo which performs exciting visual and musical vocal programmes

Irina Plyassova - soprano, Natalia Bokova - piano

Soprano Irina Plyassova and pianist Natalia Bokova borrow the name of their duo from one of the most successful programmes. After so many years working together, there is no doubt they form a real ensemble.

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Het Agnostisch Appèl
Het Agnostisch Appèl

Brengt vermakelijk klassiek theaterconcert over religie

Ilona Stokvis, mezzosopraan
Jan-Paul van Spaendonck, bariton
Vaughan Schlepp, piano",'
Carel Alphenaar, spreker
Ilona Stokvis, mezzosopraan
Jan-Paul van Spaendonck, bariton
Vaughan Schlepp, piano

In de jaren negentig leerden ze elkaar kennen in de knusse wereld van de kinderopera. Humperdincks Hans en Grietje: Jan-Paul droeg Ilona rond op zijn rug en probeerde ondertussen danspassen te maken en de ene hoge E na de andere te zingen. Zoiets schept een band.

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Quatre Bouches
Quatre Bouches

“…it is amazing to see how alert the singers respond to each other… certainly worth a recommendation to watch and listen to this special quartet.”

Bauwien van der Meer - soprano, Petra Ehrismann - alto, Gerben Houba - tenor, Michel Poels - baritone

Quatre Bouches focuses on a pleasant, appealing and sometimes humorous programming, which places particular emphasis on the music of the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Experiments with other art forms are also not shunned.
Quatre Bouches may also be engaged as a solo quartet for oratorio and concerts. In this guise they have appeared in various oratoria by Bach, Handel, Mozart and Mendelssohn. The quartet is well known for it’s beautifully balanced ensemble sound in combination with the soloistic abilities of all four singers.

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Instrumental - Ensembles with strings, winds and/or keyboard
Anders Miolin
Anders Miolin

The magic of the artistry of Anders Miolin is expressed on his unique13-string guitar, on which he arranges, composes and performs unforgettable music, far beyond the conventional guitar repertoire.

Anders Miolin, 13-string guitar

Anders Miolin is one of the most highly renowned classical-guitar performers of today. He is an extraordinarily prolific and innovative musician whose concert programs and CDs repeatedly attain international acclaim. Carrying forward and developing tradition, Anders Miolin is a cosmopolitan in styles – his programs span from baroque, classic, romantic, impressionist as well as contemporary music to jazz. Also as an arranger and composer he combines classical, jazz and ethnic elements. His amazing virtuoso technique is never merely an end in itself, but always a means of expressing the music and letting it touch the hearts of his audiences.

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Bonporti Ensemble
Bonporti Ensemble

Baroque by the Italian composer Francesco Bonporti: a.o. exquisite trio sonatas, chaconnes, violin solo's and his famous Inventions

Koos Koopmans: 2nd violin and viola
Jamie mcLaren: violoncello
Harjo Neutkens: theorbo and archlute",'
Barbara Erdner: 1st violin
Koos Koopmans: 2nd violin and viola
Jamie mcLaren: violoncello
Harjo Neutkens: theorbo and archlute

Bonporti could have become a truly famous 18th century composer like Corelli or Vivaldi. But then as now, you had to work hard on publicity in addition to being a great musician. Bonporti failed to achieve this goal. To his great disappointment he remained an eternal “dillettant”, a fact which has contributed to his music being unfairly neglected to this day. The Bonporti Ensemble wants to change this.

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Camerata 1800
Camerata 1800

Drama and richness of colors with the music of Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and... Piazzolla

Evert Jan Schuur, violin; Gadze Heeres, violoncello; Ursula Dütschler, fortepiano

The fortepiano trio Camerata 1800 depicts the musical atmosphere of the period around 1800 playing on original instruments or copies thereof in order to enhance the rhetoric, drama and colours of the music of that era. The players are eager to challenge and support each other in their alternating solo and supporting roles. In addition to the works of the great and famous masters like Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven, Camerata 1800 likes to program unknown and rarely performed compositions to surprise the audience. The ensemble also invites gladly guest musicians to extend its sound palette and repertoire.

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Delta Piano Trio
Delta Piano Trio

Opvallend persoonlijke klank, toewijding en jeugdig enthousiasme. Eerlijk, oprecht en gepassioneerd spel.

Irene Enzlin, cello
Vera Kooper, piano",'
Gerard Hans Spronk, viool
Irene Enzlin, cello
Vera Kooper, piano

Het Delta Pianotrio werd in Salzburg (Oostenrijk) opgericht door drie jonge Nederlandse musici: violist Gerard Spronk, celliste Irene Enzlin en pianiste Vera Kooper. Als eerste prijs winnaars van het 7e Internationale S. Vainiunas Kamermuziek Concours in Vilnius (Litouwen) en het Salieri-Zinetti Internationale Kamermuziek Concours in Verona (Italië) heeft het trio een veelbelovende toekomst.

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Fiati Amsterdam
Fiati Amsterdam

The winds of Accademia Amsterdam take you to the elegant ballrooms, official receptions and to bourgeois parties, and even to impressive funerals of the 17th and 18th centuries.

Alayne Lesly / Onno Verschoor / Mario Topper, oboe; Bolko Kloosterman / Hylke Rozema, natural horn; Henriëtte Bakker / Marita Schaar, bassoon.

Thanks to the Classical period, we tend to think of a wind quintet including a flute and a clarinet. It is a less well-known fact that before the Classical period, there was a wealth of music written for wind instruments. In the Renaissance, there were “bands” with shawms and cornettos, which were blown similar to trumpets. This tradition still exists in Catalunia, where “coblas” include modern shawms and brass instruments.

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Haytham Safia Qu4rtet
Haytham Safia Qu4rtet

Haytham Safia Qu4rtet plays original compositions that are a mixture of Arabic and classical music.

Hanneke Ramselaar - oboe, English horn
Eva van de Poll - violoncello
Osama Meleegi - percussion",'
Haytham Safia - u'd (Arabic lute)
Hanneke Ramselaar - oboe, English horn
Eva van de Poll - violoncello
Osama Meleegi - percussion

Haytham Safia Qu4rtet is a unique ensemble. Its members represent many differences: between man and woman, East and West, playing by heart or improvising and playing from sheet music, the languages they speak and the Arabic, African and European musical traditions they grew up in. All these differences melt into one uniting force by their passion for the music, their admiration for each other and their sheer joy in playing together.

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Sharon Niessen & Friends
Sharon Niessen & Friends

A beautiful tone, passionated and telling a real story


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Sharon Niessen & Friends

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Her talent was soon recognised. When Sharon was only fourteen and still at secondary school she was admitted to the Young Talent Class of the Fontys Conservatory in Tilburg. She offers different programs as a solo pianist as well as in several chamber music formations. In chamber music recitals she often combines solo piano with chamber music playing.

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Mixed - Mixed ensembles: vocal-instrumental or combined with other arts
Accademia Amsterdam
Accademia Amsterdam

Diversity and frivolity from Amsterdam, whether as duo, ensemble or orchestra. Instrumental chamber music and baroque cantatas to early classical string quintets.

Onno Verschoor, oboe / recorder; Mario Topper, oboe; Henriëtte Bakker, bassoon / recorder; Jan Pieter van Coolwijk and Evert Jan Schuur, violin; Rachael Yates and Niek Idema, viola; Wilma van der Wardt, cello; Hendrik-Jan Wolfert, violone; Susanne Braumann, viola da gamba; Harjo Neutkens, lute; Stefano Intrieri, continuo.

Accademia Amsterdam is inspired by an Italian institution flourishing in the 17th and 18th centuries, where people gathered to make music and discuss wide-ranging subjects. Accademia Amsterdam follows this tradition in as much as the musicians work together to reach a clear interpretation of the music. The main aim of playing concerts is to give pleasure to the audience. This is achieved through the “Speaking Style”, which has its roots in Rhetoric. Use of Rhetoric opens up the colourful world of Affect, these days described as the world of feeling.

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La Confraternita de’ Musici
La Confraternita de’ Musici

An ensemble whose line-up is as variable as the extraordinary music of a city, between the 1600’s and the 1700’s, musical capital of Europe: Naples.

LA CONFRATERNITA DE’ MUSICI:
Cosimo Prontera, director at the harpsichord
Raffaele Tiseo violin
Giovanni Rota violin
Pasquale Lepore viola
Claudio Mastrangelo, cello
Maurizio Ria violon
Giuseppe Petrella, théorbe and baroque guitar",'
Alessandro Giangrande, tenor
LA CONFRATERNITA DE’ MUSICI:
Cosimo Prontera, director at the harpsichord
Raffaele Tiseo violin
Giovanni Rota violin
Pasquale Lepore viola
Claudio Mastrangelo, cello
Maurizio Ria violon
Giuseppe Petrella, théorbe and baroque guitar

The ensemble plays on period instruments, and its history, playing 18 years ago, is marked by increasing success in Italy (Theatres, Foundations, Corporations music, Festivals) and overseas (Turkey, Netherlands, Svizera, England, Portugal. Tunisia, Lebanon).
With the Confraternita de’ Musici collaborate important soloists: violinists Enrico Gatti, Stefano Montanari, cellists Christophe Coin and Gaetano Nasillo, flutist Marcello Gatti, singers Sara Mingardo, Gemma Bertagnolli and Paolo Lopez. With the tenor Alessandro Giangrande now explore the world of Neapolitan singing choosing those that express “affetti” the most diverse and extreme, their elements of the “city theater”: Napoli.

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Upcoming Events

Janneke Steinmann, clarinet & Sharon Niessen, piano
Wed 29 Jun. 20:00 – 22:00
Tilburg, De Concertzaal
Haytham Safia Qu4rtet - Wonderfeel Festival
Sat 23 Jul. 16:30 – 17:30
Arts & Cooking Courses - Accademia Amsterdam
Fri 29 Jul. 11:00 – 22:00
Perugia, Istituto Musicale “G. Frescobaldi”
Chamber Music Course - Accademia Amsterdam
Fri 29 Jul. 11:00 – 22:00
Perugia, Istituto Musicale “G. Frescobaldi”
Delta Piano Trio
Wed 28 Sep. 20:15 – 21:15
Zoetermeer, Centrum De Regenboog

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