26 January, 16.00 at Museum Bank Indonesia, Jakarta
27 January, 19.30 at Erasmus Huis, Jakarta
30 January, 19.30 at Wesley Methodist Church, Medan
1 February, 19.30 at Taman Budaya Jawa Timur, Surabaya
A generation of young musicians with the will and ambition to innovate is rising in the Netherlands. Dutch music collective Pynarello blows a fresh wind through the performance practice of classical music. Classical masterpieces are played without a conductor, mostly without sheet music and by a collective of young top musicians. It is not just a gimmick, but a radically different approach to music making. No matter what kind of music is played, communication between musicians is as intense as in chamber music and communication between musicians and the audience takes on a different dimension.
Pynarello is the initiative of violinist Lonneke van Straalen who received the Prix Madeleine Margot in 2017. This award was created by the société Gavigniès as a recognition of important initiatives and is considered to be the highest prize for innovative musicians in the Netherlands.
Pynarello is adventurous, rebellious and flexible.
Both musicians and audiences have experienced the performances as very intense. This is not only because playing by heart gives much more flexibility and freedom, but also because playing without a conductor increases communication between musicians greatly.
It is this intense experience and unique approach to music and ensemble playing that justifies the place for Pynarello on the Dutch and international stages.
Line up Pynarello :
1. Lonneke van Straalen, violin
2. Margot Kolodziej, violin
3. Eva Traa, violin
4. Jeffrey Bruinsma, violin
5. Anna Magdalena den Herder, viola
6. Judith Wijzenbeek, viola
7. Sebastiaan van Halsema, violoncello
8. Emma Kroon, violoncello
9. Thomas Pol, doublebass
10. Arno Stoffelsma, clarinet
Open for public, FREE of charge, NO RSVP needed
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