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Voorschoten: Series Barocque and Classic 2014-2015

Hele serie Barok en Klassiek

A wide variety in repertoire, as well as a diverse selection of instrumental and vocal ensembles in this highly appreciated Sunday afternoon series. A choice of chamber-music fitting the intimacy of the Ambachts- and Baljuwhuis and Oud Woelwijck in Voorschoten. The repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the early romantics.

6 concerts

> Booking € 132,00 pp

 

 

The Hague: Series Old Music New 2014-2015

Hele serie Oude Muziek Nieuw

Nine concerts of chambermusic by instrumental and vocal ensembles in this chambermusic series featuring the new generation of Early Music Specialists and some of their illustrious predecessors.

> Booking € 220,50 pp

 

 

The Hague: Series Bach on Friday 2014-2105

In our popular series Bach on Friday the Bach Ensemble of the Royal Conservatory will bring a cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach on friday afternoon. This year among others the Actus Tragicus and the Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen. The cantatas will be combined with vocal and instrumental works by composers from the generations before and after Bach. Also young organists will play the beautiful Bätz organ again.

8 concerts, € 12,50 per concert

Tickets at the door only, from 16.15 hrs.

€ 12,50 pp

 

 

Voorschoten: Series Podium Young Talent 2014-2015

Hele serie Podium Jong Talent

A series of Friday evening concerts given by larger instrumental and vocal groups. Orchestras and ensembles of the Conservatories of The Hague and Utrecht play under the direction of leading specialists in historical performance.
Also appearing in this series are a variety of fresh, young and independent ensembles and soloists. This season brings a special first performance.

> Booking € 102,00 pp

 

 

March 2015

 

Sun. March 29
15:30
Ambachts- en Baljuwhuis,
Voorschoten

Dichterliebe

Iason Marmaras

Iason Marmaras, bariton and fortepiano

Schumann's cycle Dichterliebe is one of the highlights of the romantic song. In a great number of literary and musical salons performances were given with the singers accompanying themselves on the piano. Iason Marmaras receives us in his salon with wine and candlelight. He plays a copy of the instrument that piano maker Conrad Graf gave to Clara and Robert Schumann on the occasion of their wedding.

Ticketprice including wine, candlelight and coffee/tea

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Tickets can only be purchased at the concert location (1 hour before the concert)

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€ 22,00 pp price including coffe/tea

 

 

April 2015

 

Fri. April 10
17:00
Lutherse kerk,
The Hague

Bach on Friday

Evan Bogerd, organ

Works by Bach and English composers

Please note: the detailed programmes of these concerts as well as the soloists will be announced later on our website www.musantica.nl

Tickets at the door only, from 16.15 hrs. Students under 27 and CJP free admission.

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€ 12,50 pp

 

 

Thu. April 16
20:15
Gemeentemuseum,
The Hague

Bastarda e Regina - The Viola da Gamba in Italy, England and The Netherlands

Ensemble Contrepoint

Michel Rada Igisch, viola bastarda, viola da gamba, division viol,
Vincent
Ranger, harpsichord, virginal

Works by  Frescobaldi, Bonizzi, Simpson, Byrd, Norcome, Schenk en Corelli

Central to Ensemble Contrepoint's programme is the development of the viola da gamba in the 17th century. In Italy the style 'a la bastarda' came into being: a solo instrument was added to polyphonic pieces such a madrigals. This style improvises runs and ornaments through all the voices. The gamba with its large size and sometimes different tuning is especially suitable for bastarda playing. This is why Francesco Rognoni called the gamba the "Regina delli altri instromenti."

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€ 23,50 pp

 

 

Fri. April 24
20:15
Dorpskerk,
Voorschoten

Pantomime

Barokorkest van het Utrechts Conservatorium

Pantomime en gestures in music

In the 17th and 18th centuries pantomimes were an important part of opera performances. Singers and actors used gestures to give more expression to their performance. What was the influence of these gestures and pantomime on the orchestras which accompanied the performers? This evening the Baroque Orchestra of the Utrecht Conservatoire will give us the answer.

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€ 20,00 pp

 

 

May 2015

 

Thu. May 21
20:15
Paleiskerk,
The Hague

Londen: Meetingpoint of 18th century composers

Collegium Musicum Den Haag

directed by Claudio Ribeiro

Works by Händel, Pepusch, Sammartini e.a.

Writing music for recreation developed around 1700 into a broad market for English musicians. The aristocracy and the well-to-do were good clients. Foreign musicians also saw the potential of this developing  business and travelled to London. A many-facetted musical life emerged from which the first subscription concerts emerged. Collegium Musicum Den Haag takes you back to that period.

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€ 23,50 pp

 

 

Fri. May 29
17:00
Lutherse kerk,
The Hague

Bach on Friday

Martin Küster, organ

Works by Georg Muffat, Johann Sebastian Bach and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Please note: the detailed programmes of these concerts as well as the soloists will be announced later on our website www.musantica.nl

Tickets at the door only, from 16.15 hrs. Students under 27 and CJP free admission.

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€ 12,50 pp

 

 

June 2015

 

Sun. June 7
15:30
Ambachts- en Baljuwhuis,
Voorschoten

About frogs, cats and crows

Ensemble Fantasticus

Rie Kimura, violin
Robert Smith,
viola da gamba
Guillermo Brachetta, harpsichord

Ensemble Fantasticus is going to take you on a journey through the world of musical paintings with singing birds, frogs and cats as well as a surgical operation which the composer Marin Marais underwent himself and later painted in music. The musicians will explain how you can paint with music. They will talk about their instruments. A concert for both young and not so young!

A concert for all ages!

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€ 22,00 pp price including coffe/tea

 

 

Thu. June 11
20:15
Rusthof,
The Hague

Auf die Harmonie gesetzt

L'Harmonie Nouvelle

In the 18th century arrangements of opera music for wind bands was an important source of income for composers. In a letter to his father Mozart writes "By Sunday week my opera must be orchestrated for a band, or someone will step in in front of me and take the profit... ".

After the enormous success of our visit to the Weense Prater last season we invite you to join us once again for an open-air concert. In the pleasant surroundings of Rusthof we will be treated to culinary highlights by Roberto Barbagallo from Vino & Cucina. The music will be provided by the wind band  L'Harmonie Nouvelle. We close the current season with arrangements from the operas of Mozart.

When the weather is bad, the concert will take place in the Paleiskerk

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€ 28,00 pp

 

 

 

Order your subscriptions or tickets

 

The Hague:
Complete series Old Music New x   € 220,50
Thursday 16 April 2015 Ensemble Contrepoint x   € 23,50
Thursday 21 May 2015 Collegium Musicum Den Haag x   € 23,50
Thursday 11 June 2015 L'Harmonie Nouvelle x   € 28,00

 

Voorschoten:
Complets series Baroique and Classic x   € 132,00
Complete series Podium Young Talent x   € 102,00
Friday 24 April 2015 Barocque orchestra of the Utrecht Conservatory x   € 20,00
Sunday 7 June 2015 Ensemble Fantasticus x   € 22,00

 

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