TRACKS: Ardemus Saxophone Quartet - Power to the People
TRACKS is a series of exciting and sometimes unusual concerts at the Concertgebouw, involving fun instrument combinations, out-of-the-ordinary programmes and fresh new sounds and perspectives.
For any music-lover, whether you're an avid classical concert-goer or curious about art music, TRACKS provides you with powerful hour-long concerts by renowned artists, followed by afterparties. The elegant Recital Hall upstairs at Concertgebouw is where the captivating music unfolds.
A fresh musical experience with Ardemus Saxophone Quartet
The award-winning Ardemus Saxophone Quartet is based in Amsterdam and has performed at more prestigious festivals than you can imagine, such as the Grachtenfestival and many others in the Netherlands and abroad.
In this event, expect to hear music by Johann Sebastian Bach as you've never heard it before. With added dimensions by video artist Jurjen Alkema and lighting design by Desirée van Gelderen, the magic is immense. The Ardemus Saxophone Quartet is joined by DJ Ed Rock and directed by Pepijn Cladder.
The Recital Hall is the venue of choice for TRACKS concerts, where you sit so close to the performers that, perhaps you can even hear them breathe. This hall is also popular among musicians because of its beautiful acoustics and direct contact with the audience.
TRACKS concerts for the 2019-2020 season
In the Recital Hall at TRACKS, you get to hear some of the most eminent musicians of our time. This season consists of custom-made TRACKS, each with a striking character or theme.
The rest of the concerts in the TRACKS series during the 2019-2020 season are:
- Nai Barghouti & band "Tribute to Fairouz"
- Lavinia Meijer & Dane Badal "Tracing the Future"
- Nino Gvetadze "Nino in Wonderland"
- ORBI "From Mahler to Metallica"
Reserve your TRACKS tickets
TRACKS tickets start at 18 euros. Buy your tickets now and experience the magic of TRACKS for yourself in the Recital Hall! Browse the Concertgebouw website for more details.
Thumb photo: Simon van Boxtel