Rick van Veldhuizen: Vie di scampo & new work by Martijn Padding

Thursday, 8 September 2022   |   19:00 - 22:00

Rick van Veldhuizen: Vie di scampo & new work by Martijn Padding

A Baroque ensemble, at Gaudeamus?? No, you haven’t accidentally ended up with our Utrecht Early Music Festival colleagues of a week earlier. Especially for Gaudeamus, the Castello Consort, normally experts in the Renaissance and Early Baroque, take on the challenge of collaborating with two contemporary Dutch composers. The young and talented Rick van Veldhuizen and Martijn Padding, one of the pre-eminent Dutch composers of recent decades, are well aware of what exciting things can happen when the old and the new come together.

  • Composer(s): Rick van Veldhuizen & Martijn Padding
  • Title(s) of the Work(s):

    new works

  • Performer, Ensemble or Orchestra: Castello Consort, Elise Dupont - violin
, Matthijs van der Moolen - trombone, 
Anne-Linde Visser – bass violin & viola da gamba

Date

Sep 08 2022
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Time

19:00 - 22:00

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Location

Utrecht Center

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