After a succesful debut in 2017, Amsterdam Sinfonietta and the remarkable guitar talent Pablo Sáinz Villegas are making a short trip to Germany and The Netherlands. Again, we will be playing a mostly Spanish programme with pieces by De Falla, Rodrigo and Boccherini.
Harriet Krijgh and Amsterdam Sinfonietta visit the Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern with three Vivaldi concerts and works by Biber and Bartók.
Every year, the section leaders of Amsterdam Sinfonietta go on tour with a chamber music programme. They are playing Brahms and Dvořák, and ‘The Orpheus of Amsterdam’ J.P. Sweelinck.
Krijghs first cd with Deutsche Grammophon contains cello concertos by Vivaldi, with Amsterdam Sinfonietta. In Concerti Vivaldi we present them live, complemented with contemporary works that were inspired by old music.
Together with production company Orkater, we put the story of Beethovens and Janáčeks Kreutzersonatas on the stage. Gijs Scholten van Aschat creates new texts for this theatrical music programme.
Winner of the Queen Elisabeth Competition Ning Feng makes his debut with Amsterdam Sinfonietta, with music by Henze. We also play a complete version of Bachs Goldberg Variations for string orchestra .
Amsterdam Sinfoniettas New Year’s Tour is a well-known project in the Netherlands. This January, we go beyond classical with the British soul-singer Jonathan Jeremiah and his pleasantly smoky sound.
In this Beethoven-year, Amsterdam Sinfonietta brings a loving musical programme with famous baritone Thomas Hampson. Alongside a pining song cycle by Beethoven, we play new arrangements of songs by Richard Strauss.
Amsterdam Sinfonietta performs the orchestral parts of this new opera that was inspired by the extravagant Luisa Casati and her motto: ‘I want to be a living work of art’.
Amsterdam Sinfonietta, the Jussen brothers and Bach: that golden combination can be heard on a new cd by Deutsche Grammophon. We celebrate the release with concerts in Germany and the Netherlands.
String orchestra, string quartet and clarinet blend together into an extraordinary sound experience. Because of their unusual instrumentations, these works of Verbey and Hartmann are rarely played.
Together with the Nederlands Kamerkoor we explore the boundaries of time, sound and space in and with the works of Scandinavian and British composers. The entire concert hall becomes our stage.
The section leaders of Amsterdam Sinfonietta play a chamber music programme with pianist Severin von Eckardstein, centered around the celebrated Gustav Mahler.