ZEEWOLDE – After a two-year absence, it finally happens again this year: The atmospheric Haven concert at Aanloophaven.
A varied light-classical program awaits listeners on Saturday night, July 2nd. Seats are available to the public from 20.15, but visitors are also free to bring their own (folding) chairs.
The harbor concert is offered free of charge to the residents of Zeewolde by the association Carillon Zeewolde Friends. As usual, the bells from presenter Boudewijn Zwart’s mobile concert chimes will sound in combination with various other instruments. For example, saxophonist Hans Broekhuijsen will be present, and the brass players from Brassband Schoonhoven under the direction of Paul Holland will also play.
A varied program full of surprises, for all lovers of light classical music.
The concert starts at 20.30 and ends at approximately 21.45. An umbrella is recommended in case of rain.
More information: www.carillonzeewolde.nl
Information about the evening’s participants:
brass Band Schoonhoven (founded in 1921) has previously performed at the Havenconcerten in Zeewolde. The band belongs to the top of Europe. A performance by this band stands for quality and musical pleasure. The band was promoted to the Championship Division in 1998. Under the leadership of renowned conductors such as Alex Schillings, Anno Appelo, Benny Wiame, Erik Janssen and Ivan Meylemans, the band achieved profits at the Dutch brass band championships, Euro Brass Drachten, Survento Brass Festival, Open French Championships, Open . Flemish Brass Band Championships and KNFM Top Competition With innovative concepts, a reputation as a concert orchestra was built, and the band performed with countless well-known musicians and orchestras. In 2005 and 2007, the Brass Band Schoonhoven A made humanitarian concert tours to South Africa with lessons and concerts in townships in Cape Town. The band gives many concerts at home and abroad. In recent years, the band has performed in countries such as Germany, Belgium, France, Scotland, Switzerland, Norway and England. But the band can also be heard frequently on the concert stages throughout the Netherlands. The band is led by top conductor Paul Holland.
The blood creeps where it can not go, so chose the saxophonist His Broekhuijsen after his education at Wageningen University of Music. He studied at the Schumann Academy and the Codarts Conservatory in Rotterdam. He plays in various jazz and improvisational ensembles, including the Central Heat Big Band and regularly participates in productions by the location theater group Waterlanders. He also forms two duos with percussionist Christine Schukking: SaxOBeat (lounge and world beats) and Radiant Wood (acoustic pop, Latin and jazzy melodies). Hans Broekhuijsen has his own saxophone teacher practice SaxNsound in Wageningen
Jan-Geert Heuvelman received his first organ lessons from Dick Sanderman and continued his organ studies with Reitze Smits at the Utrecht Conservatory. He then studied school music at the Artez Conservatory in Zwolle. He studied carillon at the Dutch carillon school in Amersfoort and took lessons in choral conducting as his second major. He is a bell player in Lochem and Rijssen and also works as an organist, music teacher and conductor. As a board member he is involved in the Royal Dutch Glockenspiel Association and the Stichting Stadsmuziek Rijssen. Jan-Geert is also involved in ‘Doe-bell’, a project for children in primary school, where children learn to collect and play a bell themselves.
Baldwin Sort studied piano with Willem Brons at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam and carillon with Leen ‘t Hart at the Dutch Carillon School in Amersfoort. He also took private organ lessons with Ben van Oosten and piano with Evelina Vorontsova. In 1990 he was the first prize winner of the ‘Queen Fabiola’ competition in Mechelen (Belgium). He has been a bell player in Zeewolde since 1987. He is also the city bell player in Amsterdam, Apeldoorn, Barneveld, Bergambacht, Den Helder, Dordrecht, Ede, Gouda, IJsselstein, Nijkerk, Schoonhoven and Wageningen, and he also works as an organist, pianist and composer. He recently published a choral book with the 150 hymns. Under the title ‘Bell Moods’, he travels around Europe with his own designed rolling Concert Carillon and performs in collaboration with various music formations. Last but not least, he is happily married and proud grandfather of nine grandchildren.