• CANADIAN HEATHER WARE FASCINATED BY THE ART OF DANCE "I see dance as music, with myself as the physical instrument." Heather Ware, avid mountain climber, skier and music lover, was fascinated by the physicality, the emotions and the meaning of dance from an early age. "It started from my love of music. I see dance as a sort of physical music, and I love exploring what my body can do," she says, years later, in the middle of...
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  • NORWAY'S CULTURAL PRIDE - THE SNØHETTA REINDEER PAVILION     Snøhetta Reindeer Pavilion: a contribution to preserving Europe’s last wild reindeer herds.  A futuristic structure set in the midst of Norway’s rugged landscape Norway manages the only remaining populations of wild European tundra reindeer in 23 more or less separate mountain areas in Southern Norway, which means that it has  a unique international responsibility to secure them for the...
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  • ITALIAN HARPIST MARA GALASSI DEVOTED TO BAROQUE MUSIC Mara Galassi and the enchantment of the harp  The Italian harp virtuoso Mara Galassi, professor of harp and chamber music in Milan and Barcelona, is fascinated by harps. She collects them, plays them and her home is full of them. She has them in all shapes and sizes, four originals and a number of copies of rare historical instruments.  Almost apologetically she says: "I really don’t know how many harps I have got here. I...
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AGNETA AND CAROLINA GYNNING IMPRESS WITH STUNNING EXHIBITION 25 - 28 March 2016 Swedish sculptor and designer Agneta Gynning, who lives in Malmö, Sweden, will have a new exhibition from the 25th of March until the 28th of March. This exhibtion will be held at the Saltsjöbaden Hotel, which was founded 110 years ago in Ystad, in the south of Sweden by the Baltic Sea. The town of Ystad in...
NEW CD LA FURIA - MAYKE RADEMAKERS AND MATTHIJS VERSCHOOR 27 March 2016 Having tackled Bach's Cello Suites, Dutch cellist Mayke Rademakers and her pianist Matthijs Verschoor concentrated on the cello literature and music of Spanish and South American composers. Mayke and Matthijs have had a life-long fascination with Spanish music, which has long been part of their repertoire.They both worked and studied in Spain, and...
LIGHT combines traditional and modern dance 19 - 25 May 2016   LIGHT is a meandering dance poem, performed by a heterogeneous group of dancers, singers and musicians who all sing, dance and make music. It showcases a world in which cultural differences are not an obstacle, but instead a prerequisite for creation and communication. The dialogue between different cultures, languages, art forms and...
VISIONARY HARPIST RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS DUTCH MUSIC PRIZE 29 June 2016 "Tomorrow Eyes is the best thing I have ever created." The adventurous Dutch harpist and storyteller Remy van Kesteren (26) is broadening his musical horizons with his album Tomorrow Eyes, which was released on Friday 8 January 2016. This is a change of direction for the highly talented harpist, in which he focuses on writing his...
ENSEMBLE MASQUES PREPARE FOR FESTIVAL DE SAINTES 15 July 2016 Ensemble Masques, © David Samyn  The baroque Ensemble Masques from France have a number of interesting months ahead. The ensemble was formed 15 years ago and was initially based in Canada. However, for the last six years, they have made Paris their home base and are holding concerts in France,...
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