|Exhibition End January the 7th 2012|
||At the end of the present exhibition on Saturday, January the 7th, you will have the occasion to listen to a concert with Roeland Duijne, a famous cellist from Holland. He will play at noon and at 3 p.m. at the gallery Eulenspiegel.|
He is going to play for you:
GASPAR CASSADO: Suite - 1st mvt
BOCCHERINI: Sonata in A
This will be your last chance to visit the exhibition.
Roeland Duijne cellist
Dutch cellist Roeland Duijne began to play the cello at the age of nine. He studied at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with Tibor de Machula and Anner Bijlsma, the Paris Conservatory with Maurice Gendron and at Indiana University with Janos Starker.
He made his official debut in 1984 as soloist playing the Elgar Cello Concerto during a nation-wide tour of Holland with the National University Orchestra. This was followed by numerous performances, many of which were televised, both at home and abroad. He performed with the Ensemble Intercontemporain under Pierre Boulez, and toured France as a member of the Quintette de Paris. Roeland Duijne has also been principal cellist of several orchestras, including the Irish Chamber Orchestra. Since September 2006 he has been principal cellist and part of the artistic team of a brand new Dutch orchestra: the Magogo Chamber Orchestra.
Several tours have taken him to the Far East; he has appeared as soloist with the symphony orchestras of Shanghai, Peking, Canton, Singapore and Bangkok, and with the pianist Rie Tanaka he has played recitals in Sapporo and Tokyo.
Roeland has always had a great interest in jazz and pop music. He recorded Friedrich Gulda's Concerto for Cello and Wind Orchestra with the German Jugendblasorchester Nordrhein-Westfalen after joining them on their recent American tour. His own band Mellow Cello explores the wealth of pop music uniquely written for this band.
He appears by courtesy of Universal Music B.V.
In April 2000 he gave the world premiere of Johan de Meij's cello concerto Casanova, which he has since played with leading symphonic wind orchestras worldwide. Recently he performed the world premiere of the symphonic version with the Durban Symphony Orchestra (South Africa).
Roeland Duijne plays a Giuseppe Sgarbi cello made in 1853.
We will be happy to welcome you.
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