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Heleen Hulst (violin)

Heleen Hulst studied the violin with Vera Beths at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, where she received her solistic degree. Last years she has been a member of the Schoenberg- and Asko Ensemble, Remix Porto, Combattimento Consort, Van Swieten Society and l’Archibudelli with whome she...

Gerard Bouwhuis (piano)

Gerard Bouwhuis studied the piano at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, where he received his solistic degree.He is especially interested in this centuries music and is a sought-after musician by almost all orchestras and ensembles in the Netherlands. As a soloist he appeared a.o....

Mick Stirling (cello)

Mick Stirling studied the cello at the Guildhall School of Music with Leonard Stehn and Raphael Wallfisch. He continued his studies at the Banff Centre, Canada and with Lawrence Lesser at the New England Conservatory in Boston, USA. Other important mentors were David Takeno, Hans...

NAPZAK

Nine concerts on a lazy Sunday afternoon in splendid Splendor. We want to surprise ourselves with adventerurous repertoire and instrumentation. Why? Maybe because we are celebrating our 10th Anniversary this year. Maybe just for fun. It's all about the joy of music. Sometimes with the...

Dorian Cooke (fagot)

Dorian Cooke was born in The Hague and studied bassoon at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague where she was schooled by Johan Steinmann. She also attended Master Classes with Brian Pollard. She continued her studies in Berlin at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler with prof. Klaus Thunemann...

Seeing Giacometti

Seeing Giacometti is a concert dance, inspired on the work of painter and sculptor Alberto Giacometti. Composer Elmer Schönberger and choreografer Beppie Blankert, both big admirors of the work of Giacometti, produced with two dancers and five musicians of Nieuw Amsterdams Peil Gezien Giacometti, a concert...

Ron Schaaper

Music is everywhere and even in every object, according to Ron Schaaper (1973). Master on the horn, he is even as happy playing a musical piece by Leopold – father of – Mozart on a hose. And believe us: it will still sound amazing! After his...

Pauline Oostenrijk (hobo)

In 1999, Pauline Oostenrijk received the Music Prize of the Netherlands, the highest State Award in classical music. Before that, she had already won a number of national and international prizes, among which the first prize in the Fernand Gillet oboe competition in Baltimore, resulting...