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  25 January 2013 Prometheus - Poème du Feu Alexander Scriabin
BOZAR, Brussels
National Orchestra of Belgium
Stefan Blunier, conductor

 
       
  26 October 2013 Cloud and Light: an evening of Bach and Hosokawa
Netherlands Chamber Orchestra
Gordan Nikolić and Toshio Hosokawa
Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam
 
       
   
2014
   
17 June 2014 L'Histoire du Soldat Stravinsky
Festival O/MODERNT
with Hugo Ticciati & ensemble
Ulriksdals Slottsteater, Solna/Stockholm
     
     
   
       
  2012    
       
  RECITAL Piano Colours
with Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano)
with repertoire by Debussy, Liszt, Scriabin, Murail, Benjamin
- Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg
- Aldeburgh Festival, Snape Maltings Concert Hall
- Helsinki Festival, Sibelius Academy Concert Hall


       
  Enigma Variations Sir Edward Elgar
- De Doelen, Rotterdam (Private Gala Concert)
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Edward Gardner, conductor
- Bergen Philharmonic; Andrew Litton, conductor
 
       
  RECITAL: Berio, Berg, Brahms
Oosterpoort, Groningen
Lars Wouters van den Oudenweijer ,clarinet
Hans Eijsackers, piano
 
       
  TELEVISION BROADCAST / BravaNL
LIVE PERFORMANCE The Colour of Music
recorded in the artist's studio, inspired by Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition
 
       
  Amsterdam Yellow Lounge
with Pierre-Laurent Aimard, piano
   
       
  Rautavaara
Netherlands Symphony Orchestra, Antony Hermus, conductor
 
       
  2010    
       
  Music and Art Week
Utrecht Vredenburg Leeuwenburgh
Utrecht String Quartet
 
       
  Scriabin The Poem of Ecstasy
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
George Benjamin, conductor
   
       
  John Adams The Wound Dresser
Holland Symfonia
Otto Tausk, conductor; David Wilson-Johnson, bas-baritone
 
       
  Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
Concertgebouw Amsterdam
   
       
  2009    
       
  Improvisations Chinese trio MIN/WU/XU
Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam
   
       
  Vivaldi Four Seasons
Play the Field: Charles Hazlewood's Somerset open-air festival,
co-produced with Deborah Meaden
Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin
 
       
  Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
Educational project "Heroes"
Amsterdam Concertgebouw
   
       
  National Orchestra of Belgium
Brussels, Palais des Beaux Arts
   
       
  2008    
       
  Qatar Vodafone Corporate event    
       
  Symphony Space, New York    
       
  Written on the Wind, by Norman Perryman and Huang Ruo
soloist Min Xiao-Fen
Suny Purchase Performing Arts Center, NY: New work for pipa and voice
 
       
  2007    
       
  Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition with Julien Quentin (piano) at Aiglon College, Villars, Switzerland  
       
  John Adams Hallelujah Junction (for two pianos)
Saint Saens Carnival of the Animals
Greenwich Music Festival (Connecticut, USA)
 
       
  Murmurs in the Mists of Memory by Augusta Read Thomas and other works for strings
Great Mountains International Music Festival
Gangwon Province, South Korea
Performance with the International Sejong Soloists
 
       
  Mozart Clarinet Quintet
Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre
   
       
  2006    
       
  Gertrude Stein Dr. Faustus lights the Lights
(Dutch version by Friso Haverkamp)
for mezzo-soprano, string quartet, Sprechstimme and live kinetic painting as projected light
Directed by Miranda Lakerveld
 
       
  Abu Dhabi Royal Awards    
       
  2005    
       
  Belgian/Dutch Tour “Occupied City”
(Mauersberger, Van Hove, Holten, Schoenberg, Barber)
Flemish Radio Choir
 
     
  John Adams El Dorado
Flemish Radio Orchestra
Leuven, Ghent
     
  2004  
     
  Takemitsu From me flows what you call Time
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
 
     
  Ravel Sheherazade
Holland Symfonia
Amsterdam Concertgebouw
 
     
  Stravinsky The Soldier’s Tale
Netherlands Chamber Orchestra with Gordon Nicolic
Amsterdam Concertgebouw
 
     
  Mussorgsky Paintings at an Exhibition
Arnhem Philharmonic Orchestra
Nijmegen, Arnhem, Apeldoorn
 
     
     
     
 





 
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