Instrumental diminution in Sylvestro Ganassi’s Venice
This programme explores the possibility to bring back to life the myriad of melodic formulas (known as divisions or diminutions) contained in Ganassi’s 1535 publication.
Festival opening with Lucie Horsch & ensemble
The Royal Wind Music: The Orange Tree Courtyard
Music in and around Seville Cathedral
Sacred music by Peñalosa, Escobar, Morales, Guerrero and Lobo
Secular music by Vásquez, Fuenllana and Mudarra
Machaut: l’Amoureus Tourment
Pierre Hamon (recorder), Marc Mauillon (voice), Vivabiancaluna Biffi (vielle)
Music by Guillaume de Machaut and from the Celtic and troubadour traditions
Bach, Telemann | On earth as it is in heaven
Sébastien Marq, recorder
L’Accademia dei Dissonanti
Bach and Telemann invite us for a dive into the depths of a music that expresses the presence of God on earth, as well as in heaven... A pleasure not to be missed!
Susie, tell me a story! The most exciting quest for a bundle of recorders ever.
Music by David Dramm, Felipe Waller, Oscar Bettison, Kate Moore, Michiel Mensingh, Akiko Ushijima and Guus Janssen
Originating in classical music and delving into jazz and modern music, Tali challenges the boundaries of the recorder, and has gained international recognition for her exceptional talent, and for her extraordinarily daring and unprecedented style of playing.
Finals of the ORDA-2019 recorder competition
The future is here! Listen to international top talents and hear three world premieres written by the finalists of the ORDA composition contest.
The Royal Wind Music and participants in the ORDA-2019 ensemble workshops perform the Dutch premiere of The dawn’s chorus, a new composition by Jelle Verstraten.
Afterwards, music teachers from the Education Department of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw will make music with the audience until the prize ceremony starts!