Calefax in a minimalistic flavoured programme. With musical migratory birds by Carola Bauckholt, Steve Reich’s vision on Manhattan and a piece by Tansy Davies, the composer in residence of the Concertgebouw.
Is it a dream? Or Reality?
How does music originate? Where do the notes come from? Do composers just make up a tune or does the melody impose itself? Are strong emotions the breeding room of impassioned music or is silence a condition for a musical storm?
The shortest festival of the Netherlands! The PAN is Calefax’s annual festival concert between Christmas and New Year.
In Open your Ears! the five men of Calefax tell you all about their love and passion for music.
The fulfilment of one of Calefax's cherished wishes: performing the music of one of the most intriguing composers of this time, Georges Aperghis.
The adventurous English cellist Matthew Barley is Calefax’s ideal ‘partner in crime’.
Baroque music often has a clear pulse, an intrinsic 'drive'. It also invites every performer to give it his own, very personal interpretation, with unexpected melodic colouring and spicy chords.
Hidden gems from Calefax’s repertoire enjoy the limelight.
A sing along concert for everyone aged four or more.
The five Calefax men work in a pipe factory. Every day they do the same and that suits them fine. So there is great panic when one day the orders stop coming in.