Lunchtime concert is devoted entirely to Tera de Marez Oyens prize for composition students who graduated from Dutch conservatories in 2016/17 and 2017/18.
The Utrecht based ensemble Insomnio opens our festival Saturday with, among other works, ‘confluence/divergence’ by Sebastian Hilli.
Pianist Saskia Lankhoorn helps you escape the everyday hustle and bustle with works by Strahovnik, Languillat, Heera en De Marez Oyens.
Ensemble Variances plays works by composers who have found inspiration in nature, the cosmos, ancient Indian practices and religious images.
Four special compositions for the splendid, surrealistic black and white collage films of the Austrian avant-garde filmmaker Peter Tscherkassky.
In this course musicologist Thea Derks gives you an overview of the composed music of the last twenty years.
The Viennese Nikel Ensemble blends electronic and acoustic sounds in an exciting programme with works by Kuo, Poppe en Thurley.
Cellist Maya Fridman is a young music pioneer who’s bursting with ambition. She dares to pull out all the stops with her arrangement of Schnittke’s Peer Gynt.
Akasha is a production in which music, stories and memories merge to create an enchanting performance.
An evening devoted to the newest music in all its guises: from wrenching, edgy minimal music to experimental electronics!