Tag Archives: Jan-Peter de Graaff

Maya Fridman and North Netherlands Orchestra shine in cello concertos J.P. De Graaff

The adventurous label TRPTK produces special CDs all the time, and the Russian-Dutch cellist Maya Fridman is a regular guest. If I counted correctly, some eight CDs by – and with her – have already been released, some of them … Continue reading

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Kenza Koutchoukali: ‘Corona made me feel the more intensely that my passion lies in directing’

The financial damage caused by the corona crisis is immense, and the end is not yet in sight. The website Theaterkrant assembles the stories behind the figures in their series ‘corona practices’. How do freelancers manage? Do they still have work and … Continue reading

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Arnold Schönberg is dead, long live Arnold Schönberg!

Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951) is often accused of having chased away the audience with his zest for innovation. His twelve-tone technique broke away the foundation underneath the tonal system, which had provided a safe haven for centuries. Deprived of his footing … Continue reading

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