©Jan Glas/AFdH Uitgevers
Cras, Ockeghem, Obrecht, Ravel & Kliphuis

A.L. Snijders & Prisma String Trio

To keep waiting times down to an absolute minimum, this concert will make use of the ‘wallet-less intermission’ concept. Visitors are asked to pay for their intermission drink in advance when ordering their tickets: the perfect solution for enjoying your company and your drink as long as possible!

Fri 3 May ’19
20:15 uur
  • Fri 3 May ’19
    20:15 uur
    small hall
    Past event
  • Price does not include € 2 service costs per ticket

A colourful parade of Dutch and French globetrotters on stage, while the stories of A.L. Snijders enter into a dialogue with the music.

Point of departure is the magnificent string trio of French composer, naval officer and traveller Jean Cras. After this, the Prisma String Trio will continue its musical journey with works by fifteenth-century composers Ockeghem and Obrecht, Ravel and jazz horn player and composer Morris Kliphuis. A.L. Snijders, winner of the Constantijn Huygens Prize and inventor of the genre he coined VSS, will be reading from his own work, including four Very Short Stories written especially for this project. The CD ‘Voyage’ by the Prisma String Trio was awarded highest marks by Luister magazine (a 10 out of 10)!


 

This is a Dutch-spoken performance

 

Part of
In één Adem
Prisma Strijktrio

Lidewijde Paris will be presenting a brief introduction about the author at 19:30. Formerly a bookseller, journalist, copywriter, editor and publisher, Lidewijde Paris currently works as a lecturer, conducts interviews with authors and is the founder of The Reading Embassy. Recently, her book Hoe lees ik? (ed. ‘How do I read?’) was published. The introduction may be attended free of charge. This introduction will be in Dutch.

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