Thu 21 Nov ’1920:15 uursmall hall
Price does not include € 2 service costs per ticket
Rozenboom acquainted the audience with Bach’s Goldberg variations during his 2016/17 theatre-lecture. He was lauded not just for the way in which he brought the music to life, but also for the lecture that came with it. Supported by stories about the pieces, the composer and what it is about them that appeals to Rozenboom, the music becomes more accessible. It is in this way that Rozenboom now brings us Franz Schubert.
Schubert was arguably the first romantic composer. He wrapped the most beautiful melodies into innovative compositions, such as the Impromptu op. 90. Just one example of pieces Jan-Willem has been playing since his youth, but that can only be fully understood after 30 years of maturation.
To keep waiting times down to an absolute minimum, this concert makes use of a cash-free interval. Interval drinks are included in your tickets: the perfect solution to enjoy your company and your drink as long as possible!