Barbara Hannigan releases her second album as soprano and conductor with Dutch orchestra LUDWIG, following on from Crazy Girl Crazy which won the 2018 GRAMMY Award for Best Classical Solo Vocal album. La Passione juxtaposes works by Luigi Nono (1924-1990), Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) and Gérard Grisey (1946-1998), offering a triptych of perspectives on death and transfiguration. The […]
After the first edition of WaterWalks in October 2019 alongside the river Amstel with Li An Phoa, Quirine Winkler and Kate Moore the project continues with WaterWalks Part II. Composer Kate Moore headed off on Christmas Day 2019 and walked through The Netherlands, England, Wales and Ireland from East to West as the crow flies, […]
A programme with young recorderplayer Lucie Horsch around Vivaldi and the performing practice in the Ospedale della Pietà
Dance to live music with LUDWIGs Ballroom Band! If you’re a beginner or advanced, come in jeans or full dancing gear, want to dance til you drop or just sit and watch – join LUDWIGs Ballroom Band and dance away to the old classics, from Viennese Waltz to Rock & Roll!
Dance to live music with LUDWIGs Ballroom Band!
Drinkable Rivers and LUDWIG joined forces along the riverbanks of the Amstel. This was the first edition of Waterwalks – an exploration of the rivers of the world. In this experimental pilot we walked along the river Amstel to collect scientific and ecological data, images, sounds and any other sources that might be of interest. […]
Annual top 300 classical pieces, final concert
The Rake’s Progress toured Europe and was part of the Ojai Festival and Aldeburgh Festival in 2019.
On May 25th and 26th 2019 LUDWIG initiated and curated a pop-up museum Drowned Land in the Compagnietheater Amsterdam dedicated to rising sea levels and climate change. What are the consequences for us and the world around us? With electronic composer Piet-jan van Rossum’s imaginary underwater world, video-artist Claude Cattelain’s desperate struggle against the power […]
Great artists of all times have been inspired by the same moon. For this programme we chose three different visions, and added a small appetizer…