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 Baltic 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.
23 en 24 mei organiseren we samen met de Grote Kerk Veere de tweede editie van het Sinfonietta String Festival Zeeland. Een weekend vol strijkersmuziek in Veere en Middelburg.
In Januari 2016, the tour by Amsterdam Sinfonietta and Wende became a big hit. Because of its success, the golden combination is brought together once more.
Met de jonge aanstormende violist Emmanuel Tjeknavorian spelen we drie meesterwerken uit de Weense Klassieke periode op het Mozartfest in Würzburg.
Candida Thompson and Simone Lamsma play solo in works of the spiritual masters Pärt and Bach.
Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Kian Soltani and Kayhan Kalhor build musical bridges between East and West, with works by Schubert, Layegh, Vali and a new commissioned piece by jazz pianist Rembrandt Frerichs.
With festive works by Beethoven, Händel, Krol and Telemann, the Swedish trumpeter Hardenberger returns to Amsterdam Sinfonietta after more than ten years.
Our 2021 ‘Beyond classical’ tour will be together with singer-songwriter and master guitarist Kristian Matsson, otherwise known as The Tallest Man On Earth.
Pianist and composer Fazil Say returns with his own music: his ode to the Turkish folk hero Atatürk is programmed with Arensky’s ode to his teacher Tchaikovsky. The Serenade for Strings is Tchaikovsky’s ode to Mozart.
Amsterdam Sinfonietta creates a programme full of beautiful laments and dirges, together with horn player Felix Klieser and the Turkish tenor Ilker Arcayürek.
The succesful collaboration that brought us to South-America with the Nederlands Kamerkoor, will be reprised in The Netherlands. Fauré’s Requiem is a hymn of praise to life eternal.
The Amsterdam Sinfonietta Soloists and pianist David Kadouch bring a genuine Schubertiade in their yearly chamber music tour, with the composer’s lively Trout Quintet and virtuosic Adagio and Rondo.
Pianist Tamara Stefanovich plays with Amsterdam Sinfonietta in works by Wagemans, Busoni and Nicolaou. Beethovens Grosse Fuge receives a prominent spot in this otherwise highly pianistic programme