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Eric Bosgraaf (Recorder) Solo Concert

Eric Bosgraaf (Recorder) Solo Concert


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Erik Bosgraaf (recorder) Solo Concert

Eric Bosgraaf (recorder)
solo concert
genius recorder player
Professor at the Amsterdam Conservatory
First visit to Japan!!

Venue : Oumi Gakudo

[All seats are unreserved] Advance ¥5,000 Door ¥5,500 Student ¥3,000

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Jacob van Eyck
Willem Jeths
Theo Loevendie
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Erik Bosgraaf, recorder

Eric Bosgraaf is said to be one of the world's leading recorder virtuosos. It is certain that he is second to none when it comes to adventurous spirit. For Eric, the recorder is a treasure trove of endless inspiration and possibilities. He also enjoys improvisation, jazz and electronic music, and enjoys collaborating with people in other artistic fields, such as cinematographers. The repertoire ranges from the Middle Ages to Vivaldi's Four Seasons and future music. For Eric, there is no fundamental difference between early and modern music, and he believes that "early music is always new."
To date, about 100 works have been written for Eric, including 12 concertos. Pierre Boulez was so impressed by Eric's artistic talent that he personally gave him permission to arrange for the recorder the Dialogue del'ombre double for clarinet. In 2006, the recording of Jacob van Eyck's "The Flute Paradise" on three CDs led to an international breakthrough. Includes complete recorder sonatas by Handel and Telemann, concertos by Telemann and Vivaldi, and his own arrangements of Bach concertos. Many of his concertos are performed with his ensemble Cordevent. As a soloist, he has performed with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, The Hague Residency Orchestra, Dutch Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, Dutch Chamber Orchestra, Helsinki Baroque Orchestra, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, and others. You can also see the results of his first co-production with Dutch filmmakers Paul & Menno Noyer on the DVD "Big Eye". Their latest work is Vivaldi's Four Seasons made into a breathtaking multimedia work.
Eric has also been Professor of Recorder at the Amsterdam Conservatory, Visiting Professor at the Krakow Academy of Music in Poland, and has taught masterclasses around the world. In 2011, he won the Dutch Music Prize, the most important classical music award in the Netherlands. He is the first and only recorder player to receive the award since the award was established in 1981. In 2011-12 he was invited by the European Concert Hall Association to tour internationally.