Programme Festival Het Accordeon 2012 - English version
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The twelfth edition of the biannual Festival Het Accordeon in Deventer is hold from 2 till 5 February 2012. A wide range of musicians, bands, and orchestra's playing different genres make the Festival a surprising, diverse, and fascinating event. We feel priviliged that Carel Kraayenhof, player of the bandoneon, connects his name to our Festival. He will also be host and programmer of the evening programme on Saturday. There are several workshops which you can find under the button 'Workshops' on the left. For questions please use the 'contactformulier' under the Info menu.
Thursday February 2, 2012
- Dutch Symphony Orchestra and Geir Draugsvoll: world premiere of Krepsens Omvending by the Nordic composer Magnar Åm.
Piazzo Ensemble and the Etty Hillesum Lyceum schoolorkest: Inspiration
Musical performance of the First Harmonium Concerto of Martijn Padding and a premiere of the new composition by Janco Verduin, commisioned by Orchestra De Ereprijs.
Irish Pub Festival
Vincent and Janine van Amsterdam perform a.o. compositions by Chiel Meijering, Carl Nielsen, Felix Mendelssohn and Frank Angelis.
Carel Kraayenhof, bandonéon player, composer, and music arranger, is one of the most fascinating and all-round bandonéon player of our time. This evening he takes on the role of programmer and host and plays together with a number of his favorite artists: Flemish folkband Hot Griselda and tango and fado pianist Juan Pablo Dobal.
- Nederlands Jeugd Accordeon Orkest [Dutch Youth Accordion Orchestra] with Ellen Zijm, Bram van Weverberg and Kwintetto.
For tickets go to: Deventer Schouwburg
Sunday February 5, 2012
Wim Claeys and Bruno le Tron: akoestisch harmonicaconcert
Flemish harmonica player Wim Claeys and Frenchman Bruno le Tron will impress everyone with their melancholical and happy songs.
De Beer & Co: Family play Ariadne op Naxos
Ariadne auf Naxos is a performance that introduces children with opera theatre and classical music in a playful and humoristic way.
Ivan Koval plays classical music on accordion. He is primarily interested in Bach, but also takes on modern composers.
TOEAC is formed by Pieternel Berkers and Renée Bekkers. They announce with pride their first album NORDIC MUSIC which contains a broad collection of Scandinavian works. Renée and Pieternel studied at the Master at the Royal Danish Academy of Music with Geir Draugsvoll and James Crabb in Copenhagen. They now develop there technical skills further with the Advanced Postgraduate Diploma. At this occassion they will present their new CD and play amongst others Grieg's 'Holberg Suite' and Jørgensens 'Kommos'.
Joris Linssen and Caramba: Vuur [Dutch]