From mid-December until mid-January the story of the Bashkir’s will be brought to life! Join us for a stroll back in time as our walking concert tour reveals this intriguing story of bravery in the face of Napoleon! For more information, please click here.
Since all of our concerts are online, there is a learning process for all as to how to access the festival. The episodes will not be released until mid-December, however, we will soon be releasing a ‘how to’ video to explain how to buy and access videos. More information coming soon!
Once our festival is released online and tickets go on sale, we will be offering the chance to buy gift cards! So, keep an eye this festive season for the chance to gift a concert! Gift cards will be available to purchase once ticket sales open from mid-December.
Click here to watch our fascinating international talk on preserving semi-mobile instruments for performances of the future!
This series of 10 concerts tells the story of a variety of historical locations in Gelderland, such as important landscapes and castles, during the lifetime of beethoven.
A weekly concert every Sunday from the Luther Museum (Amsterdam), the Pianola Museum (Amsterdam) and Huis Midwoud (Midwoud)
A series of talks and concerts about Beethoven and his contemporaries in relations to Dutch liberation from Napoleonic rule in 1813-1814, in particular over the role played by the 1st Regiment of the Bashkirs and their Ship Bridge over the River Ijssel (Veessen, the Netherlands)
A fascinating series of concerts, talks and discussions from musicians and musical professionals across the globe on the subject of discrimination, diversity and inclusion in classical and early music. Beethoven was known for his liberal and forward-thinking attitude towards equality. In this series he forms a metaphor for the need to change and open this sector of music to increased diversity.