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Concertzender Now

Concertzender Outlook on this week’s musical headlines produced by Bart v.d. Horst. With the CD of the week, a schedule of upcoming concerts and interviews with guests. Host: Pauline Verburg


At 15:10, GovertJan Bach on the Bach CD of 2016 election and an interview over the phone with Esther Apituley on her winning CD.
GovertJan Bach also talks about his new book ‘Maarten Luther en Johann Sebastian Bach’ of which Lidy Groenewegen has won a free copy.

The top 5
J.S. Bach – Violin Concertos
Cecilia Bernardini, violin and Dunedin Consort conducted by John But
Bach – The French Suites
Murray Perahia, piano
J.S. Bach – Christmas Oratorio
Dunedin Consort conducted by John Butt
Bach – Johannes Passion, BWV 245
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, RIAS Kammer Chor conducted by René Jacobs
Bach for Viola, Stirring Stills
Esther Apituley, viola

And an interview over the phone with Esther Apituley, violist on the selected CD “Bach for Viola, Stirring Stills”.

GovertJan Bach and Henk van Zonneveld on the background

At 16:00,  Henk van Zonneveld on his Matthäus Passion, with part of the CD “Mattheus passion”, performed by Gabriele consort & players conducted by Paul McCrees

Concert tips:

Thursday 19 January, 20.15 hours – Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Amsterdam
Monday 23 January, 20.15 hours – Muziekgebouw Frits Philips, Eindhoven
Thursday 2 February, 20.15 hours – Concertgebouw de Vereeniging, Nijmegen
Monday 5 June, 14.00 hours – Oranjewoud Festival
Programme: David Lang – Death speaks
Performers: Het Doelen Ensemble, Nora Fischer, vocals
more info

Friday 20 January, curtain 20.15 hours- TivoliVredenbug, Utrecht
Saturday 21 January, curtain 20.15 hours – Oosterpoort Groningen
Programme: Steve Reich and Philip Glass
Performers: Noordnederlands Orkest
more info

Saturday 21 January, curtain 14.15 hours – Muziekgebouw, Amsterdam
Programme: Renaissancissimo!
Performers: Capella Juvenalis pro Musica Antiqua and Nieuw Vocaal Ensemble Amsterdam
more info

Wednesday 18 January, curtain 20.15 hours – Agora Theater, Lelystad
Programme: Vivaldi’s vaarwel; late vioolconcerten van de meester (Vivaldi’s farewell, late violin concerts of the master)
Performers: Europa Galante
more info

Saturday 21 January, curtain 20.30 hours – Bimhuis, Amsterdam
Programme: Flamenco Biënnale Nederland (Hands)
Performers: Pepe Habichuela and ‘Kike’ Morente
more info

Vrijdag 20 januari, aanvang 20.00 uur – TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht
Programma: Ahmet Aslan
meer info

Sunday 22 January, curtain 15.00 hours – Theater Aan de Slinger, Houten
Programme: Nieuwjaarsconcert (New Year’s Concert)
Performers: music teachers of the Houtens Muziek Collectief
more info


Until 19 March,  Museum Arnhem
Peter Alma – Van De Stijl naar communisme
more info


00:01 Music: Purcell – The Cold Genius
Performed by: Andreas Scholl, vocals. Ensemble Academia Bizantina conducted by Stefano Montanari

00:06 Music: Tjaikovsky – 2nd violin concert 3rd part Allegro Vivacissimo
Performed by: Lisa Batiashvili, violin; Staatskapelle Berlin conducted by Daniël Barenboim

00:42 Music: Philip Glass, Violin concert I, second part
Performed by:

00:50 Hoor es.. Column by RobbertJan de Neeve

00:52 Music: W.A. Mozart – (adaptation: Gerie Daanen) – 4 Kegel duets KV 487 (originally for 2 horns)
Performed by:  Garmonj: Gerie Daanen, bayan, accordion; Svetlana Trach, domra; Eugène Flören, marimba.

01:25 Music: Jakob van Domselaer – Proeven van Stijlkunst (A taste of art of De Stijl)
Performed by: Kees Wieringa, piano.

01:31 Music: Anonymous – Sa? qui turo zente pleta
Performed by: Musica Temprana conducted by Adrian Rodriguez van der Spoel

01:38 Music: Pepe Habichuela – Hands
Performed by: Dave Holland & Pepe Habichuela

01:44 Music: Antonio Vivaldi – Zomer’ in G Minor, RV. 315: III. Presto
Performed by: La Serenissima conducted by Adrian Chandler

01:47 Music: Ahmet Aslan
Performed by: Dermanin Olayim and Cirtike

01:51 Music: Sam Rivers – Beatrice
Performed by: Sam Rivers, saxophone; Jaki Byrd, piano; Ron Carter, double bass; Tony Williams, drums

01:58 Music: Jule Styne – Let it Snow
Performed by:: The Norwegian Radio Orchestra; Kurt Nilsen, vocals