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!
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