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10th edition: "Beethoven, his sphere and his impact"

Online Festival launching December 2020 || Preview concerts October - December 2020

This year the Geelvinck Fortepiano Festival will take place online with livestreams and videopodcasts. This is in compliance with current Covid-19 Restrictions.

See our visitor information and festival calendar for more details on how to attend!

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Experience the sounds of the past in the present

2020 Festival Concerts

Huize Kolthoorn

Livestream Concert Series  Streaming December 2020

Historical Locations in Gelderland, The Netherlands

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.

Livestream Concert Series Streaming December 2020

Beethoven in the Netherlands

A weekly concert every Sunday from the Luther Museum (Amsterdam), the Pianola Museum (Amsterdam) and Huis Midwoud (Midwoud)

Gijs Wilderom

Online Symposium
21st November 2020

11.00 – 12.30 CET

 

Preserving
semi-mobile instruments for performances

This year, our international Symposium will take place online. The subject is: “Preserving semi-mobile instruments for performances – how to give this living musical heritage a future”

2020 Festival Projects

Video-podcast walking concert || Streaming December 2020

The Bashkir’s Ship Bridge 

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)

Livestream Concerts and Video-Podcasts Streaming December 2020

Beethoven = Black

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.

Listen to early classical music as it would have been heard by the composers themselves, while enjoying performances by world-class musicians on high-quality historical Fortepianos

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Made possible thanks to

Fonds PodiumkunstenProvincie Gelderland

Fonds 21

Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds

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