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Sunday April 24, 2016, 11.00 hours | 4 feet, 4 hands | Susanne Kujala

After the successful four-handed concert in 2014, organist Ere Lievonen will be re-joined by Susanne Kujala, a German organist specialised in contemporary organ music. They will perform new works written for them by Christina Oorebeek and Lauri Supponen, and two older works for four feet and hands on the Fokker organ by Joachim Schneider and Sebastian Dumitrescu. Susanne Kujala will also perform a new solo piece by the Hannu Pohjannoro. A colorful program in which the Fokker organ will be played by 4 hands the second time this century! Tickets can be ordered at the box office of the Muziekgebouw. Read more about this concert.

MicroFest Amsterdam 2015

A one day festival for microtonal music on Sunday the 29th of November, 2015. A sociable musical day for all people who love divergent tunings and microtonality. Single concerts are 12,50 euros, a passe-partout for the entire festival costs only 30 euros. Don't miss this great event! Read more here.
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March 20 , 2016, 11.00 hours | The word speaks

How does the word relate to music? In this case, the word is not referring to singing but to the spoken word, by means of poetry. Can they complement each other? Can they sound at the same time or should they alternate? An interesting research on how these two art forms can influence each other. With Rozalie Hirs, Samuel Vriezen, Lieke Marsman, Han van der Vegt and Maria van Daalen. Ere Lievonen on the Fokker organ and the collaboration of composer Danny de Graan. You can order tickets at the box office of the Muziekgebouw. Read more about this concert.
February 7 , 2016, 11.00 hours | Johannes Keller, 31-tone organ

Johannes Keller is a harpsichordist and specialist in rare meantone music with more than the usual 12 tones per octave. He will give a unique concert where he will play the 31-tone organ as well as his own 'chromatic-enharmonic' harpsichord. The program includes several composers such as Georg Muffat, Ascanio Mayone and Nicola Vicentino. In several works Johannes Keller will be accompanied by violinist Eva Saladin. Tickets can be ordered at the box office of the Muziekgebouw. Read more about this concert here.