Masterclasses & Workshops
Masterclasses & Workshops
- 1 Workshop + 1 concert ticket 40,- Euro
- 2 Workshops + 1 concert ticket 75,- Euro
- 3 Workshops + 1 concert ticket 100,- Euro
- 4 Workshops + 1 concert ticket 120,- Euro
- Masterclass 30 minutes + 1 concert ticket 45,- Euro
- Masterclass 60 minutes + 1 concert ticket 75,- Euro
- Sanna van Elst
- Heida Vissing
- Regina Himmelbauer
'Making the stage your home' (with Bobby Rootveld)
Bobby Rootveld works as a guitarist, actor, stand-up comedian and composer. Since 2006 he gives workshops all over the world for musicians concerning all aspects of performing except the music itself. Stage fright, presentation, talking, bowing, walking, controlling nerves, creating security: all is a part off the process off making the stage your home. Bobby Rootveld taught this workshop in over 30 countries in Europe and Asia.
Ensemble Workshop Klezmer (with Duo NIHZ)
Duo NIHZ is known worldwide for interpreting Klezmer. Bobby Rootveld and Sanna van Elst lead workshops around the world with their arrangements of klezmer songs. You can expect melancholic and lively melodies combined with touching stories about the music during this workshop. Also this year Duo NIHZ will present Klezmer ensemble arrangements at the Nordhorn Recorder Festival.
Ensemble Workshop Salamone Rossi (with Duo NIHZ)
Salamone Rossi was a Jewish-Italian violinist and composer of the early Baroque. As a young man he made a name for himself as a violinist. In 1587 he was initially employed as a singer and violinist by Vincenzo I. Gonzaga at the court of Mantua, where his sister Europa was already active as a singer. He quickly rose to the position of Kapellmeister and made an appearance through instrumental and vocal compositions. Rossi was inspired by Claudio Monteverdi. Rossi also wanted to express his faith musically, in his own words "to glorify the beauty of King David's songs according to the rules of music". Through his friendship with Leone da Modena, who in 1605 allowed polyphonic choral music in the synagogue by a rabbinical decree, he was encouraged to compose appropriate religious compositions. The focus in this workshop are these compositions.
Ensemble Workshop The Wellerman goes Outlander (with Duo NIHZ)
Soon May the Wellerman Come, also known as Wellerman, is a New Zealand whaling song and shanty that was composed between 1860 and 1870. Outlander is an American fantasy television series directed by Ronald D. Moore. The first season begins shortly after the end of the war in Scotland in 1945, but is mostly about the 18th century afterwards. In this workshop, adaptations of the Wellerman and the Outlander theme song meet with songs from the UK.
Ensemble Workshop Ladino (with Duo NIHZ)
Ladino is a name for a Roman language developed by the Sephardic Jews since the Middle Ages, which is sometimes called Sephardic after them. Ladino music are the songs of the Spanish Jews, the Sephardi, who were expelled at the end of the 15th century. Above all, the Ladino songs tell of love and hope, despair and longing for a person or Jerusalem. In this workshop you get to know beautiful Ladino songs.