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April 2014

May 2014

June 2014

 

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April 2014

 

Thu. April 24
20:15
Gemeentemuseum,
The Hague

A Sea of ideas

Menno van Delft en Siebe Henstra, clavichord

Works by C.P.E. Bach, J. Müthel et al

"Whoever can produce a good sound on the clavichord, will be able to play any other keyboard instrument without problems" stated Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Every keyboard player should have a clavichord and must play it regularly, he thought. It was an expressive instrument with a beautiful tone and dynamics, which also requires good technique. Especially for this unique concert, Menno van Delft and Siebe Henstra will play music for one or two clavichords on historical instruments from the Gemeentemuseum collection.

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€ 23,50 pp students (till 27)and CJP € 13.50 at the door

 

 

May 2014

 

Fri. May 9
17:00
Lutherse kerk,
The Hague

Bach and the catholic churchmusic

Maciej Wierzcholowski, organ


Bach and the North German Organ school

Bach’s Passacaglia and Fuga

works by Kuhnau and Podbielski

tickets at the door only, students (till 27) and CJP free admission

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€ 10,00 pp

 

 

Sun. May 11
15:30
Ambachts- en Baljuwhuis,
Voorschoten

Mood Pictures

Maria Valdmaa, sopraan, Ula Danielewicz, fortepiano

Works by Bonneval de la Trobe, Van Weyrauch, Chopin and Reichardt

When one wrote about Stimmungsbilder (Mood Pictures) at the end of the 18th century, one referred to songs in which deep emotions were expressed. Maria Valdmaa from Estonia and Ula Danielewicz from Poland enchant us with songs and piano works by composers from their homeland with music by Bonneval de la Trobe, Van Weyrauch and Chopin.

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€ 22,00 pp students (till 27) and CJP € 12 at the door

 

 

Thu. May 15
20:15
Paleiskerk,
The Hague

The beginning of the Romantic Area

Collegium Musicum Den Haag

conducted by Claudio Ribeiro

For Beethoven, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach was the first romantic composer. In celebration of his birth year, Collegium Musicum Den Haag will perform orchestral works by this Bach son as the final concert of their city tour 2014. Alongside one of his symphonies for twelve obligato (independent) parts, the program will also include works by his brother Wilhelm Friedemann and his godfather Telemann.

Note: Introduction at 7:30 pm

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€ 23,50 pp students (till 27)and CJP € 13.50 at the door

 

 

Fri. May 23
20:15
Dorpskerk,
Voorschoten

Ich habe genug

La Barca Leyden

conducted by Raymond Honing

The original version of Bach's famous cantata

In the 18th century it was very common to adapt musical works to fit various circumstances. It was nothing out of the ordinary, for example, that Bach reused melodies from a birthday cantata in religious cantatas. In this program, alongside the second orchestral suite, are the original version for soprano of the well-known Bass cantata "Ich habe genug" and the "Lutheran Mass in A” for which Bach reused music from four religious cantatas.

Introduction by Raymond Honing at 7:30pm

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€ 20,00 pp students (till 27) and CJP € 10 at the door

 

 

June 2014

 

Sun. June 1
15:30
Ambachts- en Baljuwhuis,
Voorschoten

The collection of Count Harrach

Jan Cizmar e.a.

Marta Kratochvílová, traverso, Petr Wagner, viola da gamba, Jan Čižmář, theorbo

Works by Caputti, Sarri, Telemann and Hasse

Aloys Graf von Harrach was not only viceroy of Naples and an Austrian diplomat, but was also a great admirer of art and music. He had his own orchestra and brought together an unparalleled collection of scores. After the Second World War the collection spread across the world. The Czech lute player and musicologist Jan Čižmář has located the most interesting works for us from the New York Public Library, Dutch Institute of Music in The Hague and from the Harrach family castle in Rohrau.

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€ 22,00 pp students (till 27) and CJP € 12 at the door

 

 

 

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The Hague:
Thursday 24 April 2014 Menno van Delft en Siebe Henstra, clavichord x   € 23,50
Thursday 15 May 2014 Collegium Musicum Den Haag x   € 23,50

 

Voorschoten:
Sunday 11 May 2014 Maria Valdmaa, soprano, Ula Danielewicz, fortepiano x   € 22,00
Friday 23 May 2014 La Barca Leyden x   € 20,00
Sunday 1 June 2014 Jan Cizmar e.a. x   € 22,00

 

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