Live Stream with Dutch composers: Matthijs Koene & Geerten van de Wetering

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Now that many concerts, unfortunately, have to be cancelled or postponed, Stichting Kunstcentrum Kloosterkerk organizes a live stream concert from the Kloosterkerk, which you can follow live via YouTube at home. The link to YouTube is yet to be announced. The program will include Dutch music from the 20th & 21st century…   

List of works:

Anthon van der Horst (1899 – 1965)
Uit: Suite in modo conjuncto (1943)

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562 – 1621)
Echo fantasia in a

Daan Manneke (1939)
Ligatura (2015)

Daan Manneke
Uit: De zonne rijst (1962-63/2008)
‘Aleer het licht ten avond raakt…’
Vijf versetten op een avondhymne

Calliope Tsoupaki (1963)
Song for life and death (2018)

Kate Moore (1979)
The Crow (2019)

Hendrik Andriessen (1892 – 1981)
Fête-Dieu (1918)

About the performers:

Matthijs Koene (1977) is internationally regarded as one of the most prominent panflute players of his time. Matthijs is groundbreaking; his vision and way of playing have increased the technical possibilities and expression of the pan flute. As a result, the pan flute has been able to make its entry into classical music…

Geerten van de Wetering studied organ and improvisation with Jos van der Kooy and church music and choral conducting with Theo Goedhart at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague. He also studied political science at Leiden University. After obtaining his master degree in organ he studied at the Universität der Musik in Vienna with Roman Summereder (20th-century music) and Peter Planyavsky (improvisation) and then with Ansgar Wallenhorst (improvisation) and Wiecher Mandemaker (choral conducting)…

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