Dive into Gaudeamus muziekweek 2020
In this online sound playground, open 24/7, you will find a selection of 20 interactive works that are especially written for listening, manipulating and/or playing online.Watch again!
A remarkable piece of music from love of the night. Two artists from different corners of the world, another compass point. In what way will they understand each other? How can the intangible desire to create in collectivity find its own form? These are the ideal ingredients for an entirely intuitive experiment. Gaudeamus boldlyoffers the space for it, without knowing the end result. At the moment of the performance the outcome will reveal itself.
A unique insight into the collaborative process between the composer and the musicians during the development of the piece W.A.L.L. And a world premiere: brand new music for the marimba in an entirely new shape.Watch again!
The young and fresh Kluster5 was ensemble in residence at Gaudeamus in 2017. The line-up of violin, saxophone, guitar, piano and percussion makes them a unique exponent of the The Hague school.Watch again!
History can be made at any moment. On a Sunday afternoon. In a glowing recommendation. After dozens of phone calls. By listening. In the decision never to give up. Premieres sound. Batons are passed on. In full confidence. Time goes by. Pioneers cultivate new resources.
Three musicians from three different cultures give a highly personal introduction to the music they are in love with.Watch again!
Iranian composer Amin Amel Ebrahimi writes a new song cycle based on texts by Rumi.Watch again!
Make new generations of music pioneers possiblesupport us
Royal decoration for Gaudeamus director Henk Heuvelmans
On the closing evening of the Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2020 in TivoliVredenburg, festival director Henk Heuvelmans has been appointed Officer in the Order of Oranje-Nassau.
Pre-order Gaudeamus Anniversary Book
We are celebrating 75 years of Gaudeamus with a beautiful anniversary book. Read all about the power of innovation and discover everything you did not know about Gaudeamus.
No registration for the Gaudeamus Award 2021
This year, Gaudeamus will not open registrations for the Gaudeamus Award. Jenny Beck, Matthew Ricketts, Annika Socolofsky and Gen Tanaka will participate in 2021.
New names Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2020
Gaudeamus announces another big chunk today of the programme of the Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2020 – 9-13 September in Utrecht & online.