Schein, Brahms, Wagner and Strauss

The Nederlands Kamerkoor (Netherlands Chamber Choir) is conducted by the young French conducting talent Maxime Pascale in a programme which highlights the works of great Romantic masters like Brahms, Wagner and Strauss. The Romantic passion is complemented by a selection of secular madrigals by Schein. Prepare for an evening filled with fiery passion, led by […]

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Sir John Eliot Gardiner conducts Schumanns masterful Szenen aus Goethes ‘Faust’. The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and Gardiner will be complemented by stars like Christian Gerhaher and Ann Hallenberg, in addition to two mixed choirs and a youth choir. John Gardiner is above all specialised in Baroque music, but also presents a refreshing view on repertoire […]

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    Every year, the Nederlands Kamerkoor festively heralds Christmas with Bach’s Christmas Oratorio.

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    Would there be a performer who is more committed than Reinbert de Leeuw? De Leeuw’s countless performances and recordings, often in collaboration with the composers, make for a brilliant oeuvre. His friends at Asko|Schönberg and the Muziekgebouw gave him the best possible gift for his 80th birthday: Acqua Alta, a new composition by the beloved […]

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    The music of Russian/American composer Lera Auerbach (1973) is packed with fire and eloquence. In 2016 the world premiere of her composition 72 Angels for choir and saxophone quartet was received with great enthusiasm. Goetia 72 is the sequel to this masterpiece and promises to be no less sensational. For this Dutch premiere the Nederlands […]

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    Already in the 13th century, composers of French chansons did not mince their words. Even today some of the texts from the late Middle Ages and early Renaissance may cause us to blush. Paul Van Nevel transports us to a world in which the beauty of the music and the temptations of the flesh compete […]

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    An annual tradition: Bach’s masterpiece performed in the Pieterskerk Leiden. This year’s edition will be conducted by Matthew Halls.   Works Johann Sebastian Bach St. Matthew Passion Performers Nederlands Kamerkoor (Netherlands Chamber Choir) Haags Matrozenkoor Matthew Halls conductor Ilse Eerens soprano Olivia Vermeulen alto Johannes Chum tenor Benedikt Kristjansson tenor Martijn Cornet baritone Tobias Berndt […]

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    From Sweelinck to Sonneveld is a musical tribute to the city of Amsterdam and its inhabitants. Together with baritone Thomas Oliemans and accordionist/pianist Bert van den Brink, four singers of the Nederlands Kamerkoor will make a musical journey through five centuries of music in Amsterdam. Through the uncovering of music from the city’s nooks and […]

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    In this programme the Nederlands Kamerkoor and Amsterdam Sinfonietta literally explore the boundaries of music, text, performers and concert hall. Whether it’s Arvo Pärt’s heavenly Spiegel im Spiegel, or Veljo Tormis’ wild Curse upon Iron, these two top ensembles hover between small solo works and expansive settings for choir and string orchestra. From every corner, […]

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    Together with world-renowned mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von Otter, the Nederlands Kamerkoor performs an unrivaled oratorio by Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho. The Nederlands Kamerkoor performed earlier works by her as well, like the evocative Only the sound remains under the direction of Peter Sellars. This time, the Nederlands Kamerkoor will bring La Passion de Simone to the audience, […]

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