Mozart: Requiem & Krönungsmesse
Barbara Hannigan and Ludwig reunite this December for a concert tour in Europe, featuring music from their album Crazy Girl Crazy.
Tour dates include venues in Amsterdam, Luxembourg, Vienna, Hamburg, Aix-en-Provence, and Dortmund.
4 December 2017: AMSTERDAM, Het Concertgebouw
5 December 2017: LUXEMBOURG, Philharmonie
7 December 2017: VIENNA, Wiener Konzerthaus
11 December 2017: HAMBURG, Elbphilharmonie
13 December 2017: AIX-EN-PROVENCE, Grande Theatre de Provence
15 December 2017: DORTMUND, Konzerthaus
Barbara Hannigan – soprano and conductor
Claude Debussy Syrinx
Arnold Schönberg Verklärte Nacht
Alban Berg Lulu Suite
George Gershwin/Bill Elliott Girl Crazy Suite
View detailed concert schedule: ludwiglive.nl
LUDWIG offers free home concerts to Amsterdam residents on Dec 3. There is a choice of several interesting ensembles. See more info
We will be playing string duos and trios.
Julija Hartig – violin
Örzse Adam – viola
Ansfried Plat – violoncello
Haydn: Trio 93
Martinu: Madrigal Nr. 1 for violin and viola.
Schubert: String trio D471
Enescu: Aubade for string trio
The A’dam Diviso string trio, Julija Hartig (violin), Örzse Adam (viola) and Evelien Prakke (cello) will perform light-footed, melodious and virtuoso trios and duos by Haydn, Schubert, Martinu, Mozart, Enescu, and Sinigaglia.
The turbulent life of the Dutch spy and dancer Mata Hari is the theme of this large-scale production. Choreographed by artistic director Ted Brandsen, it was premiered in the spring of 2016 to resounding success.
On 15 October 2017, it is exactly a hundred years ago that Margaretha Geertruida Zelle (Mata Hari’s real name) was executed as a spy. The story of the Dutch spy and dancer, which is known all over the world, now appeals to the imagination more than ever. The young girl from Friesland became an internationally celebrated dancer; a star who wound every man around her little finger and a strong, self-willed woman, who was later accused of treason.
The most intriguing thing about her life story is not the biographical facts, but rather her ability to keep transforming herself. At every change in her eventful life, she succeeded in reinventing herself: as dancer, diva, spy and mystery. She never gave up.
September 22 Leiden
September 23 Utrecht
September 24 Amsterdam Royal Concertgebouw, programma&tickets
Olga Zinovieva – soprano, Pieter Jan Leusink – conductor
Bach Orchestra of the Netherlands
Mozart – Molto allegro (uit ‘Symfonie nr. 40 in g’, KV 550)
Mozart – Aria ‘Ah, spiegarti, oh Dio’, KV 178
Mozart – Aria ‘Voi avete un cor fedele’, KV 217
Mozart – Menuetto & Trio (uit ‘Symfonie nr. 40 in g’, KV 550)
Mozart – Allegro assai (uit ‘Symfonie nr. 40 in g’, KV 550)
Mozart – Aria ‘Non curo l’affetto’, KV 74b
Mozart – Aria ‘Schon lacht der holde Frühling’, KV 580
Mozart – Alcandro, Io confesso – Non so d’onde viene, KV 294
Mozart – Eine kleine Nachtmusik in G, KV 525
Mozart – Recitatief en aria ‘A Berenice…Sol nascente’, KV 70
Mozart – Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen (uit ‘Die Zauberflöte’, KV 620)