Dutch Sounds at Muziekgebouw featuring prize-winning soloist
The Dutch Sounds series at Muziekgebouw brings a focus to top Dutch solo classical musicians. An hour before the concert, there will be a pre-concert talk with drinks in the foyer of Muziekgebouw.
Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra and Bram van Sambeek
Together, the solo bassoonist Bram van Sambeek and the mesmerising sounds of the Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra create a spine-tingling sound, with Hummel's Concerto for Bassoon and String Orchestra and Variations of an Arietta by Pergolesi, by the Swiss composer Otmar Nussio.
About prize-winning Dutch bassoonist Bram van Sambeek
Bram Sambeek is one of the leading figures in bassoon, a former winner of the Netherlands Music Prize – in fact the first ever bassoonist to put this prestigious prize to his name. During the 2015-2016 season, he gave concerts as part of the Kindred Spirits series.
Bram van Sambeek is celebrated for his daring approach to repertoire, from the core classical and baroque repertoire to rock and jazz as well as contemporary music by the composers of the present day.
Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra
Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra (CCO) is made up of players from the world-renowned Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. For many decades, the CCO has been performing throughout the world with eminent soloists and conductors.
Dutch Sounds concert programme
Here is an overview of the concert programme of the Dutch Sounds concert:
- Johann Sebastian Bach: The Art of Fugue, Contrapunctus 1-4
- Carl Maria von Weber: Concert for Bassoon and Strings Orchestra, arr. Michael Waterman
- Otmar Nussio: Variations on an Arietta by Pergolesi for bassoon and string orchestra
- Antonín Dvořák: Serenade for Strings, op. 22
Book your tickets
Tickets for this concert in the Dutch Sounds series are available of the Muziekgebouw website. You can book your tickets online, over the phone or at the box office. They are 39 euros for a standard adult ticket and 31 euros for a reduction.