A Happy, healthy, inspiring and prosperous 2017 to youPosted on January 17th 2017
Canto in HakujuPosted on February 19th 2016
Final Canto Ostinato of the yearPosted on December 21st 2015
Tonight I will play the very last concert of the year, Canto Ostinato at Centro Cultural la Cúpula in Merida, Mexico.
21 DEC – Centro Cultural la Cúpula – 6.30 pm
Have a wonderful conclusion of the old year and a happy new 2016!
Christmas time in MexicoPosted on December 15th 2015
For the final concerts of the year I flew to Merida, Mexico. Here I will perform at the Merida International Brass Festival together with Alessandro Fossi, Faustino Diaz and Jeff Smith, among others.
Celebrating French composer BoulezPosted on December 8th 2015
Tivoli/Vredenburg in Utrecht is presenting the Boulez Festival, celebrating the 90th birthday of one of the most important living composers of today. Under the direction of Ulrich Pöhl, Ensemble Insomnio and I will be performing Sur Incises.
Multus #2 in Amsterdam & HaarlemPosted on October 5th 2015
We are very happy to be presenting the Multus series in Amsterdam and Haarlem this fall. Multus #2: Dance on Piano is a concert with two piano’s and a video installation, featuring footage by Dutch filmmaker J.C. Moll.
New York City Tour in JunePosted on May 30th 2015
I am thrilled to be a guest at two very inspiring festivals in New York City: Bang on a Can Marathon on 21 June and the Unmentionables Film Festival on 19 June. Prior to these performances I am performing my solo program Project 88 on 17 June. Drop in at one of these occasions if you are close by!
1 April Pre order Canto OstinatoPosted on March 20th 2015
On April Fool’s Day my new CD Canto Osinato is coming out. I recorded it together with Gerard Bouwhuis on two marvelous Faziolis 308. Be quick and make your PRE ORDER now.
30 April & 7 May Multus #2: dance on pianoPosted on March 18th 2015
On 30 April I am presenting the Dutch premiere of Multus#2: dance on piano. It’s a stunning program of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring, and two works of Erik Satie and John Cage. The program starts with a performance of FETTER in the main hall.