12/07 | Friday| 21.30 | 15 €
The Amsterdam Consort NL | MUSICA DA CAMERA |
Jeannette Landré, flauto | Albert Adams, violino, viola | Marieke Stordiau, fagotto | Mariken Zandvliet, pianoforte | Gwen Sampé, narrator
Fairy tales sound in music, classical music connected with fairy tales from Tuscany to the Far East
Vivaldi – Concerto RV 103
Glinka – Trio Pathétique in d
Henri Dutilleux – Sarabande et Cortège: March
Ravel – Ma mere l‘Oye: Pavane de la Belle au bois dormant
Caplet – Deux petites pièces:Petite Valse
Schulhoff – Sonata for flute and piano: Rondo-Finale: Allegro molto gajo
Kirchner – from Piano Quartet opus 84: Poco adagio
Dvořák – from Bagatelles opus 47: Poco allegro
The Amsterdam Consort
The Amsterdam Consort is a Dutch music ensemble and performs regularly on special locations. Concerts and musictheatre are the main activities of the ensemble and consists of 4 to 25 musicians. The consort does not focus solely on the standard repertoire. The programmes also include remarkable, little-known works, some of which are only available in manuscript and have never been published. The performances of these compositions in combination with more familiar works prove to be refreshing to listeners and performers alike.
They love to play in The Amsterdam Consort because of the common vision on the performance of the music, the inspiring atmosphere and the special context of the projects. Not unimportantly, the musicians all have an affinity for Mediterranean culture, cuisine and wine. The shared passions for music and culture and the outstanding quality of the musicians result in vibrant and performances.
Musicians, July 2019 in Tuscany
The musicians have known each other for many years through performances in other formations. Jeannette Landré and Marieke Stordiau are permanent members of the Netherlands Wind Ensemble, Albert has played with the Combattimento Consort Amsterdam and as a freelancer with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Mariken plays in Tango Aliado and is a correpetitor at the conservatories of Amsterdam and Utrecht.