Rembrandt Frerichs, composer & piano
Eva Stegeman & Pieter van Loenen, violin
Judith Wijzenbeek, viola
Charles Watt, cello
Andrea Caruso, acoustic bass
Vinsent Planjer, percussion
Sun 26 Feb ’2312:00 uurSmall Hall
Frerich's concerto shows us that classical music and jazz are a lot closer to each other than we thought. Both Mozart and Beethoven performed their own concertos without a written score; this is how the grand masters used to do it. Performances like this become an experience of tailor-made music suitable for the individual soloist. No two concerts are the same.
The listener experiences a musical battle between ensemble and piano; an exciting ritual dance of two. A new direction is being taken: improv-musician Rembrandt and the classical musicians merging the best of both worlds. Like the grand masters, the composer himself plays the solo part.
To reduce waiting times at the bar to an absolute minimum, we use a cashless interval. A drink is included in your ticket, so you'll have more time to enjoy your company and your drink.