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Dominic Seldis

Classical with a twist
Sun 18 Feb ’24 14:30 uur
Sun 18 Feb ’24
14:30 uur
  • Sun 18 Feb ’24
    14:30 uur
    Main Hall
  • A drink is included in the price

In Favourites, Dominic Seldis pairs up his two great loves - music and storytelling. Favourites is the follow up of Music, Maestro!; part two of Dominic's personal journey. It tells the story of his arrival in the Netherlands and how it changed his life for the better.

Favourites is a feast for the eyes and ears, for the young and old. With an orchestra of ten musicians, Dominic will bring you his favourite music, characterized by its great versatility. There will be classical music of course, but other genres such as film music, jazz and folk will also be performed. Both stories and music will be mixed in with surprising visual art, staging and a touch of magic.

Dominic has been principle double bass player of the Concertgebouw Orchestra since 2008. He is also a much-loved chamber musician and active soloist (with the KCO, London Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, BBC National Orchestra of Wales and the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra). Dominic teaches at the Royal Academy of Music in London and has given master classes in New York, Helsinki, Beijing, Florida, Sydney and Zurich, among other places. He is also a corporate key-note speaker, voice-over actor, arranger and musical director.

Besides working as a 'classical musician', Dominic also has a passion for pop, jazz and light music. He can be heard in many film and TV soundtracks (Harry Potter, James Bond, The English Patient, Dr Who.) and performed with various pop musicians (Tina Turner, Rod Stewart, Seal, Spice Girls, Tom Jones, Shirley Bassey, Wouter Hamel, Giovanca). The general public knows him mainly as a TV personality in the popular AVROTROS programme Maestro.