Bart Bruinsma (Dieven super-tiny-solo-show)
Feb
6
8:30 PM20:30

Bart Bruinsma (Dieven super-tiny-solo-show)

A super tiny solo show of +/- two songs at Prince Claus Conservatoire.

"The semester is coming to an end, so you know what that means! On february 6th the Composition, Music- & Studioproduction students of the Prins Claus Conservatory will show you what they have been up to this semester. The evening will be filled with a wide variety of presentations and performances from all students.
The concert will take place in the newly renovated building of the conservatory.

20:30
Free entrance, everybody is welcome!

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Hajime & His Red Sun at Ómkvörnin
May
22
8:30 PM20:30

Hajime & His Red Sun at Ómkvörnin

Two scenes from the new work for solo flute "Hajime and his Red Sun" will be presented during Ómkvörnin music festival at Kaldalón concert hall, Harpa, Reykjavik.
Scene 1: "Consiousness" and Scene 2: "The River" will be performed by flutist Berglind María Tómasdóttir.
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Ómkvörnin is a concert series showcasing the music of the composition students currently studying at The Iceland Academy of the Arts. The pieces are performed by students from the Academy.

The concerts will take place in Kaldalón concert hall, in Harpa cultural centre on Monday, the 22nd og May and Tuesday, the 23rd of May. On Monday there will be a concert at 6pm and 8.30pm and on Tuesday at 6pm.

Berglind Tómasdóttir is a flutist and interdisciplinary artist living in Reykjavík, Iceland. In her work she frequently explores identity and archetypes, as well as music as a social phenomenon. more info

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"Them" for Andy and Flute
May
19
1:00 PM13:00

"Them" for Andy and Flute

"Them" for Andy and Flute will be performed during "The World We Live In" by flautist Fiona vd. Marel. EVENT PAGE

The World We Live In is the second edition of an event organised by a small group of music and art students in Groningen. 

It is an event which allows us to express and discuss the daily matters we are faced with, using our passions of music and art, as well as words. It is to give artists of all disciplines a platform to share their feelings about the world, including (for example) the constant news of war, displacement, violations of human rights, and other humanitarian issues. In this event, we hope to share and to open each other’s minds to ideas, emotions and experiences of our world in different ways; to join with our diverse community to express things both negative and positive, in a way that encourages empathy, optimism, and solidarity. 

The program will be vibrant with a variety of creative works, including live music of different styles, exhibitions of visual art and installations, talks, workshops and performances.

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