Highlights Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2020
The anniversary edition of the Gaudeamus Muziekweek opens festively with a concert in which just for once we look back – but also ahead!Watch again!
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!
Dressed in extravagant costumes from fashion house MAISON the FAUX, Dramm moulds her own folky songs, contemporary compositions and violin virtuosity into a seamless performance.Watch again!
After a break of several months due to corona, the lunchtime concert is back, both physically and online, with a special Gaudeamus edition: new music by harp sextet Harp Sirens and Duo Ebano.Watch again!
Iranian composer Amin Amel Ebrahimi writes a new song cycle based on texts by Rumi.Watch again!
Three musicians from three different cultures give a highly personal introduction to the music they are in love with.Watch again!
For 7,5 hours Bec Plexus and No Compliments present a seamless stream of challenging audiovisual works by young makers.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!
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!
Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2020 9-13 september 2020
Entire line-up 2020
Hans van Koolwijk
Adinda van Delft
Amin Amel Ebrahimi
Alberto Granados Reguilón
Michel van der Aa
Amin Amel Ebrahimi
Anna voor de Wind & Trevor Grahl
Carmen Jaci & Triangle
Maxim Shalygin & Viktoriia Vitrenko
Shunyata | Dganit Elyakim and Shahar Sarig
Sam Leith Taylor (met: Connor Addison, Oliver Farrow, stenton.press, Shannon-Latoyah Simon, Merlin Nova)
Stepančić.Gidron | Teodora Stepancic and Assaf Gidron
Alan Ahued Naime
Games for Music Wiki | Adam Izaak Wasążnik and Dominik Sidorek
Ilya Ziblat Shai