An Evening of Today 2017

Save the dates: Thu 30 March 2017 Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ Amsterdam 20.15 | Thu 13 April 2017 Korzo The Hague 20.30

Featured

An Evening of Today 2017

Save the dates: Thu 30 March 2017 Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ Amsterdam 20.15 | Thu 13 April 2017 Korzo The Hague 20.30

Featured

Marcelo Chacur Politano

Marcelo Chacur Politano (1989) is a Brazilian composer based in Amsterdam since 2015. His music tries to explore a dialogue between local singularities and human universalities. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in jazz saxophone at the University of São Paulo

Marcelo Chacur Politano

Marcelo Chacur Politano (1989) is a Brazilian composer based in Amsterdam since 2015. His music tries to explore a dialogue between local singularities and human universalities. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in jazz saxophone at the University of São Paulo

Simon Knighton

Simon Knighton (1984) primarily creates live and recorded music for performance, contemporary dance and theatre. After setting up his own independent studio in Liverpool, Simon has gained over 8 years’ experience of working professionally as a composer, producer, sound engineer

Simon Knighton

Simon Knighton (1984) primarily creates live and recorded music for performance, contemporary dance and theatre. After setting up his own independent studio in Liverpool, Simon has gained over 8 years’ experience of working professionally as a composer, producer, sound engineer

Brechtje

Brechtje (1993) is a composer and singer, based in Amsterdam. With her contagious fantasy, Brechtje ends boundaries of genres, disciplines, and cultures. Next to this colorful mix of worlds, her work consists of an effective balance between complexity and accessibility

Brechtje

Brechtje (1993) is a composer and singer, based in Amsterdam. With her contagious fantasy, Brechtje ends boundaries of genres, disciplines, and cultures. Next to this colorful mix of worlds, her work consists of an effective balance between complexity and accessibility

Carlo Diaz

Carlo Diaz’ (1994) work variously explores the physicality of historical, rudimentary, and simplified instruments and the relationship between music, history, body, and place. He often considers the rhetoric of historical musical cultures as a way of highlighting our continual relationship

Carlo Diaz

Carlo Diaz’ (1994) work variously explores the physicality of historical, rudimentary, and simplified instruments and the relationship between music, history, body, and place. He often considers the rhetoric of historical musical cultures as a way of highlighting our continual relationship

Yael Levy

Yael Levy (1983) is a composer, performer and visual artist. She studied composition in Israel with Dr. Hagar Kadima between 2007 and 2011 and completed a Bachelor of Arts in music education and choir conducting at the Levinsky College of

Yael Levy

Yael Levy (1983) is a composer, performer and visual artist. She studied composition in Israel with Dr. Hagar Kadima between 2007 and 2011 and completed a Bachelor of Arts in music education and choir conducting at the Levinsky College of

Emile Frankel

Emile Frankel (1993) was born in Melbourne Australia, and completed a Bachelor of Music under the primary guidance of Stuart Greenbaum and Elliott Gyger. Achieving First Class Honours and the highest academic results in composition, he was awarded the Lionel

Emile Frankel

Emile Frankel (1993) was born in Melbourne Australia, and completed a Bachelor of Music under the primary guidance of Stuart Greenbaum and Elliott Gyger. Achieving First Class Honours and the highest academic results in composition, he was awarded the Lionel