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/ Multidisciplinary performance


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From Tue 6 to Sun Sep 11 sound art collective 7090 organizes BimBamBoehmerBoem! on Forteiland Pampus, in the IJmeer between Amsterdam and Almere. A gigantic display cabinet in which 7090 the legacy of the Netherlands’ most feared composer and music critic Konrad Boehmer (1941-2014), takes it out of context and creates a new place for it in the twenty-first century. All throughout the week, music blares through the halls, texts drip from the walls and art and kitsch from Konrad Boehmer’s private collection fills the rooms of Pampus. On the last day, Sunday 11 September, 7090 will close explosively with a day full of performances of works by Boehmer.

Start the party early on the 11th of September on the BimBamBoehmerBOAT!
As the activities on Sunday the 11th of september start at 12.00 and continue on until 16.30, we would like to offer you the opportunity to take the BimBamBoehmerBOAT! departing from IJburg at 11.00, and dropping you back there at 17.30. That way, you don’t have to miss any of the action! Tickets for a return-trip are €25 (including entrance to the museum, discount options inclusing Museum Jaarkaart available)

Don’t want to be tied to a clock? In Muiden, you can book a ferry every hour between 10.30 am and 2.30 pm (click here), or you can take the regular roundtrip from IJburg by clicking here.

Do you have a Gaudeamus passe-partout? Then you do still have to reserve a ticket 

12:00 Echelon (2001) for five instruments and soundtrack, by Koen Kaptijn, Nora Mulder, Akim Moiseenkov, Jasper Stadhouders, Ruben Kieftenbelt and Arie de Zwijger
12:45 Chant de Départ (1986) for speaking cellist, by Christophe Roy
13:30 Der Tänzer unserer lieben Frau (1963), electronic music for a ballet, by Ibelisse Guardia Ferragutti
15:00 Cry of this Earth (1978) for tape and percussion, by Bart de Vrees


Konrad Boehmer Foundation