The ORDA Fringe is a platform open to students pursuing a professional degree on recorder and young professional players under the age of 35. Soloists, recorder consorts and mixed ensembles are eligible.
Fringe concerts are included in the official festival programme, they last for 30 minutes and admission is free. After the performance, the audience is welcome to make a donation in cash, which goes directly to the artists.
Programme FRINGE 2019
All concerts take place at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Oosterdokskade 151
Free admission until the hall is full - no reservations required
Verena Barie: Me, and foremost, you
Thursday 24 October 2019, 15:15h – Ensemblezaal
”Storytelling and stimulating the imagination of the audience through a visual sound environment is my primary goal. The different sizes of recorders with their archaic character mixed with electronic sounds opens up a world of unexpected and unsettling beauty.”
Kyuri Kim: Flying from East to West
Friday 25 October 2019, 16:30h – Bernard Haitinkzaal
Music by Georg Philipp Telemann (met Jiyeon Bang, recorder), Isang Yun, Jisun Yang.
Kyuri Kim is a versatile musician who manoeuvres through different genres of music freely, from the renaissance to modern electronic music.
Daniel Scott & Sébastien Mitra: L’autre flûte du roy
Saturday 26 oktober 2019, 11:00h – Bernard Haitinkzaal
Daniel Scott, recorder | Sébastien Mitra, harpsichord
A collection of songs and dances from Jacques Hotteterre 'le Romain' reimagined for the recorder.
Parandrus: Malheureux cueur
Sunday 27 October 2019, 14:45h – Sweelinckzaal
Sarah Anne Champion, voice
Charlotte Barbour–Condini, Grace Shih, Daniel Swani, recorders
Music by Gilles Binchois, Guillaume Dufay, Clément Janequin and William Byrd a.o.
Drawing from a rich array of secular vocal music from the fourteenth to sixteenth centuries, Parandrus explores stories of frustrated hearts and hopes from France, England and the Low Countries.