“This music crept by me upon the waters, allaying both their fury and my passion with its sweet air.”
William Shakespeare, The Tempest
This month you can win a CD with the Italian Concertos by J.S. Bach if you know the correct answer to our question.
This month's prize is a CD with a recording of the Italian Concertos by J.S. Bach made by Matthias Havinga on the Martti Porthan organ(1998) in Kotka, Finland.
winners last month were Christien Hidding, Igor de Ruiter and Judith
Jansen. They all won tickets for a performance of Beethoven's Missa
Solemnis in the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam
This month's question
This month's question is: .....
Vacancy: the Concertzender is looking for a Busines Manager
The Concertzender offers a podium for exceptional music and
forms an essential
The Concertzender is looking for a part-time Business manager (24 hours per week) who together with the current general/creative director can ensure that the Concertzender remains a success. The business manager will translate the vision and strategy of the Concertzender into market opportunities and seek the funding necessary to realise these opportunities.
Perhaps you are the person we are looking for, or maybe you know someone else who is?
Visit our website for more information about this challenging function. The closing date for applications is 28 November.
Acoustic Roots: Jonatan Alvarado live in the Kargadoor
On Wednesday 9th November we're making another radio recording in the Kargadoor in Utrecht. Our guest is singer and baroque guitarist Jonatan Alvarado.
Jonatan Alvarado is Argentinian. In the past
Early Music or World Music?The genre World Music is the name of a broad musical landscape: folk music with its roots in diverse cultures and times. Sometimes the
roots are so deep and go so far back that musicologists have their doubts. Where is the boundary between Early Music and early folk music?
The Soundcafé is home again
The Soundcafé returns to VondelCS in Amsterdam on 20 November after a successful show in New York City. This time with ‘our’ famous cellist Quirine Viersen who has found an opportunity in her diary to join our presenter Louis Gauthier.
Quirine Viersen updates us on her recent activities and her future
plans. The young talent this month is the saxophonist and composer
Peter Vigh. His composition En
So come an join us during the recording on Sunday 20 November! Doors open at 15:30 and the show is recorded between 16:00 and 17:00. And it is free as well!This recording of The Soundcafé will be broadcast on Thursday 1 December from
18:00 to 19:00 CET.
Popart & competition: Robert-Jan Stips & Supersister #2
The first of our two Popart programmes about Robert-Jan
Stips’ band Supersister was broadcast on 5 October. Part 2 follows on
Programme maker Paul Lemmens talked to Robert-Jan Stips about music,
To coincide with the broadcast of part 2 on Wednesday 30 November we are also giving
Jazz on the Concertzender
We regularly have new programmes and programme makers on the
Concertzender. We'd like to bring the following programmes from our
Front Runnin’: Hans Dulfer
After a break of 6 months Hans Dulfer is back
House of Hard Bop: Eric InekeTwo months ago drummer Eric Ineke began
as programme maker with a monthly edition
of House of Hard Bop.
The next newsletter from the Concertzender will appear in December.
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