Follow the recording sessions of our new album Musical Offerings from 9 until 12 June via our daily webcam live streams. Musical Offerings consists of three grand works of Bach: Musikalisches Opfer, the 'Vom Himmel hoch' Variations and 14 Canons BWV 1087.
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 Morphing Relations project brings together two of the most adventurous ensembles currently on the scene: the German Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart and Calefax Reed Quintet.
In November, the musicians of Calefax Reed Quintet work for four days with seven students of the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague.
Fourteenth edition of Calefax’ yearly festival. With a.o. Eric Vloeimans, Ragazze Quartet, VANBINSBERGEN PLAYSTATION and Pierrot Lunaire 2.0.
‘More Moving Music’ embodies a longstanding wish held by Calefax: a collaboration with artist and designer Jaap Drupsteen.
Special programme for the Hoornse Haven Concerten with two soloists: Cor Bakker and Katrien Baerts.
Storytelling spans all time and all corners of the globe. While the tales told in this presentation are centuries old, their largely 19th-century form inspired the composers to new musical heights.
You may think of a kaleidoscope in the context of colour rather than sound. However, this time we are highlighting timbres: immerse yourself in a wide spectrum of passionate, yearning, saturated, intense and poignant colours.
There have been diverse musical gifts given throughout the history of music; however, the present that Johann Sebastian Bach gave to Frederick the Great towards the end of his life had an unusually bitter edge.
If there is one sound that can effortlessly match the volume of a reed quintet, it is surely the golden tone of a violin.