TRACKS: Nai Barghouti & band at Concertgebouw
TRACKS is an exhilarating and unconventional concert series at the Concertgebouw, introducing offbeat collaborations, one of a kind programmes and uncommon ideas and interpretations.
If you're a music fan, whether you're a regular classical listener or just getting acquainted with classical music, TRACKS brings you powerful hour-long concerts by renowned artists and ensembles, culminating in epic afterparties. The sumptuous Recital Hall upstairs at Concertgebouw is where these events take place.
An exotic musical immersion with Nai Barghouti & band
The Palestinian singer and flautist Nai Barghouti, together with her band, brings you into a sound world where jazz, Arabic music and classical music sit comfortably together, merging and diverging with ease and ingenuity.
"Tribute to Fairouz" with Nai Barghouti & band
Here is the line-up of musicians:
- Nai Barghouti | flute / vocals
- Daniel Mester | saxophone
- Khalil Khoury | kanun
- Tony Roe | piano
- Modar Salma | percussion
- Bart Oomen | stage director
- Video artist | Jurjen Alkema
- Lighting design | Desiree van Gelderen
- DJ | Tommi
The upstairs Recital Hall is the venue of choice, where the audience sits so close to the performers that sometimes you can even hear them breathe. This hall is remarkable and always proves popular among musicians because of its outstanding acoustics and direct contact with the audience.
TRACKS concerts during the 2019-2020 season
In the Recital Hall at TRACKS, you get to hear some of the leading musicians of today. This season comprises well-chosen TRACKS, each with a memorable central theme.
The other concerts in the TRACKS 2019-2020 season are:
- Ardemus Saxophone Quartet - "Power to the People"
- Lavinia Meijer & Dane Badal "Tracing the Future"
- Nino Gvetadze "Nino in Wonderland"
- ORBI "From Mahler to Metallica"
Buy your TRACKS tickets today
TRACKS tickets start at 18 euros. Buy your TRACKS 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