Open Recorder Days Amsterdam 2015

Between May 14th and 17th 2015, recorder players from all over the world came together in Amsterdam for an international recorder festival with lots of exciting activities: concerts, a competition, masterclasses, workshops, a teachers’ conference, an exhibition, a film and much more! Team ORDA-2015 would like thank everyone that was involved: artists, jury members, partners, sponsors, volunteers, competitors and visitors! We are looking forward to the next edition!

Teachers' conference

ORDA-2015 hosted a teachers’ conference about recorder teaching for the first time. The conference consisted of eight lectures around the subject “best practice” which you can watch here!

Sponsors

The ORDA-team would like to thank all funds and sponsors (private and corporate) which made the festival possible.

Laureates ORDA-2015

The level of performances during the competition was very high! Would you like to see who won the prizes? Click  here!

CvA partner ORDA 2015!

The Amsterdam Conservatoire is official partner of ORDA! The Recorderdays are hosted in the beautiful dependance from the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten, provided with all possible fascilities, at a distance of less than a ten minutes walk from Amsterdam Central Station. See Location for the address and directions.

The festival is organized by the Royal Wind Music. Since many years the well known Renaissance recorder consort has been collaborating with the vibrant recorder department from the Amsterdam Conservatoire!

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The Royal Wind Music

Open Recorder Days 2015 is an initiative of The Royal Wind Music, a unique consort of renaissance recorders founded by Paul Leenhouts. They perform on a collection of instruments made by Adriana Breukink and Bob Marvin that ranges from the twelve-inch sopranino to the sub-contrabass measuring over ten feet.

Website RWM