Newsletter June 2016
“In music, the experiment of yesterday is the cliché of tomorrow.”
Bob Welch (American musician, born 1946)
This month there is no new competition.
The results of the last competition will be announced in the newsletter of July.
It's time for festivals!
The summer is on its way, so it is yet again time for festivals!
We started with recording at the end of May on
New programmes Classical music
The Concertzender, department Classical Music, realizes two new programmes as from June.
Between Dreams and Reality
In this new programme we pay attention to the Fin de Siècle and music from the beginning of the 20th century.
We start around 1890 and we end around 1930. From tonal to atonal music, from impressionism
According to programme maker Cassandra van Agt.Every Wednesday from June from 18:00 to 19:00.
Clap whenever you want
All ins and outs of the opera, discussed by programme maker Menno Feenstra. Because of the sudden death of programme maker Walter Knoeff, there is a gap in the opera programming on the Concertzender. Since this is a favourite genre among our listeners, we want to begin with a new programme.
Hohe Messe by Masaaki Suzuki
We present a special episode of Concertzender Live on Thursday 16 June at 20:00. With some pride, we broadcast our recordings of the performance of the Hohe Messe by Bach performed by Bach Collegium Japan led by Masaaki Suzuki on last 19 April in the Concertgebouw. Preceding, an exclusive interview with Masaaki Suzuki, held by Govert Jan Bach.
On Tuesday 19 April 2016, a memorable performance took place of the Mass
in b minor, BWV 232 (Hohe Messe)
by Johann Sebastian
New at the Concertzender: Sensenta
The first broadcast of Sensenta will be on
Sunday 5 June at 19:00, a new weekly programme featuring music with a
Sensenta is a musical idea from Zambia: music has to move like a honeyguide
a small bird that attracts people's attention and leads them to
beehives. The human breaks the hive
Acoustic Roots: RaagMala Suite
On Friday 10 June, you can attend a recording of Acoustic Roots
in the Kargadoor at the Oudegracht in Utrecht. This time, we have
RaagMala Suite is a composition based on the classical Indian raga music tradition. A raga determines the scales or modes which the musicians can use, but
also the way they
The recurring theme in the Indian classical
Panorama de Leeuw XX: Youth and amateurs
In the last episode, we paid attention to two musical
extremes: Karlheinz Stockhausen
We broadcast in that episode a fragment from
In 1986, Messiaen was a guest at the Royal Conservatoire in
Den Haag for a composers project. Reinbert de Leeuw led the students
through his renowned Turangalîla Symphony. Working with students
and young musicians
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