An evening with Anne of Hannover
Anne of Hannover was taught music theory and harpsichord by G.F. Handel in London. When she resided in Leeuwarden, in the Netherlands, she had Jean Marie Leclair come over from Paris to teach her. Frederik the Great, with whom she corresponded, visited her at Soestdijk Palace to make music together.
Brockes Passion triptych part three
J.S. Bach’s St John Passion: After the release of two breathtaking, but very different Brockes Passions by Handel and Telemann, Bach may have very likely been inspired by these works. The result: his wondrously beautiful St John Passion!
Summer Academy 2020
The Apollo Summer Academy will be held for the fifth year this summer in the Karmelklooster (a former nunnery) in Drachten. A week of complete music-making includes chamber music, an orchestra project focusing on Beethoven’s 7th Symphony, a choir, workshops and concerts by both students and faculty. A renowned faculty in an inspiring environment where you will make musical friends to last a lifetime.
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