28.04 Concert George Van Dam
Violin & harpsichord
Photo on the right: by Mathieu Hendrickx, still image from the film Goldberg Variations 2020
George van Dam, a virtuoso of the violin and harpsichord, presents an exceptional concert blending ancient and contemporary music featuring works by JS Bach, Morton Feldman, Erwin Schulhoff, and Joh. Jakob Froberger.
The concert will take place in the magnificent Renaissance hall of Maison d’Erasme. Don’t miss this captivating musical experience!
George van Dam is a violinist, composer, and harpsichordist.
He has collaborated with several prominent contemporary composers, both as a soloist and with contemporary music ensembles such as Ensemble Modern Frankfurt, MusikFabrik, Spectra, and Ictus, of which he is a founding member. Highly active in the Belgian dance and theater scene, he has also performed as a soloist in productions such as Rosa, Achterland, Kinok, and Partita2 by Rosas/Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, as well as in Die Siel van die Mier, Escorial, and others by Josse De Pauw (Muziek LOD, Transparant). Additionally, he has appeared as a pianist in Trio in E-Flat (Mozart) by Jan Ritsema (Kaaitheater) and collaborated with Ultima Vez/Wim Vandekeybus.
Photo by S.Lenski
Produced by the Erasmus House & Béguinage Museums in partnership with the Nuits du Beau Tas.
Booking is essential (places are limited)
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