As an extension of this quest for expressive possibilities, she enriches the familiar sound of the harp with special analog effects and creates a whole new sound world.
Blauwbaard is a Gesamtkunstwerk in which the music from the opera Ariane and Barbe-Bleue by Paul Dukas, acrobatics, dance, theater and art come together.
Here once peacefully lived a community under the leadership of the beautiful Hannah. Hannah was the kind of leader who made sure everyone in Welstaat could become who they wanted to be.
Their aim for this show during the Dutch Harp Festival 2018 however is to bring new music to the stage by creating a new sound, using live electronics and playing original arrangements with Kraftwerk as a starting point.
In the summer of 2017 the special and passionate music theater production Before I Die, by KASKO and I SOLISTI Belgian wind ensemble Antwerp, will perform at several Dutch and Belgian festivals.
Ik vertrek (I depart) takes us into a world where authenticity and mother nature are in control.
With music by the impetuous Mozart, Theater Sonnevanck, the Netherlands Symphony Orchestra and the Dutch Touring Opera create a dazzling performance about an impossible monkey with whom things still work out eventually.
Marselje Duo consists of violinist Annelieke Marselje and harpist Doriene Marselje. It goes without saying that the two sisters started playing music together from a very young age, and since 2008 have given many concerts as a duo.
A chamber music series in Muziekgebouw aan het IJ (Amsterdam) organized by principal viola player of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Michaël Gieler.
The Sabr Ensemble is a multicultural group that connects different music styles and cultural backgrounds: from Persian to Russian, from classical to contemporary. The artists create a unique sound, nourished by passion and melancholy.
Club Classique is a group of enthusiastic musicians playing all kinds of classical chamber music.
Rooted in Rotterdam, playing chamber music at the highest possible level with an ensemble of two to ten musicians going in any direction possible.
The unusual and special combination of harp (Doriene Marselje) and piano (Celia Garcia-Garcia) gives a new dimension to the refined, elegant, sometimes sensual French repertoire.
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