Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester, with the support of the Fonds Podiumkunsten, is proud to announce a triumphant return to live concerts in the summer of 2021, with many diverse events put on by our musicians throughout June – August 2021 in the Netherlands.
Sensucht Nach Einer Anderen Welt
Romantic Chamber Music for Clarinet and Fortepiano, feat. Elia Celegato, Anders Muskens, and a newly restored original pianofrote c. 1823. The programme features Mendelssohn, Schubert, and Schumann
Sunday 20 June: Amsterdam — Thursday 24 June: Delft — Friday 25 June: The Hague
The Music of Jean-Baptiste Lully on the Canals of Delft
Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester is proud to present a presentation of ouvertures and dance music by Jean-Baptiste Lully from the canals of the historic centre of Delft. As a free event which anyone can attend, we will venture along the historic canals of Delft’s centre, playing Lully’s music from a large boat to the public along the sides of the canals and to patrons of boat terraces in restaurants and bars. We look forward to seeing you outside to enjoy the music and summer ambience in Delft’s scenic centre.
Sunday 27 June in Delft from 13:00
Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester is proud to feature mezzo-soprano Anna Trombetta in a concert of baroque splendour, with music by Handel, Hasse, and Vivaldi.
Friday 2 July: The Hague — Sunday 4 July: Amsterdam
Army of Generals: Horn Concertos by Mozart, Punto, and Dimler
Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester presents several Classical horn concertos on period instruments.
Friday 16 July The Hague — Saturday 17 July Delft
Music in Motion
Interdisciplinary collaboration between different artistic genres is always a challenge, but at the same time remains rewarding, and we believe that it could lead us to different artistic expressions and widen our artistic vision. With “Music in Motion”, we present a combination of 18th century Classical music played on period instruments using historically informed techniques with contemporary dance.The project will feature the “DNMO Chamber Woodwind Ensemble”, composed of historical oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn and fortepiano, and will collaborate with the dancer/choreographer Aya Misaki.
Friday 30 July: The Hague — Saturday 31 July: Amsterdam