The brothers Henk and Jan-Bastiaan Neven, togehter with pianist Thomas Beijer, played this beautifull Lullaby of Michail Glinka during the Cello Biënnale 2016.
For months it was uncertain if the biggest cello festival in the world could go on because of the corona virus. But thanks to extra help of our patrons, extra resources from the gouvernment as well as it’s easing the regulations around the virus, and thanks to our collaboration with the NTR – which will […]
‘Everything sounds better…on a cello!’ Of course that slogan doesn’t apply to everything, but it is true that a huge variety of music written for other instruments sounds just as good on the cello – or even better! That’s what the next Cello Biënnale is going to show us: The cello will be disguised as […]
On October 19th the Eye Filmmuseum premiered the documentary ‘Little Stars of Bethlehem’. A film by director Shariff Nasr about commitment, friendship and the power of music. In the documentary, eight young cellists from refugee camps in Bethlehem are followed during their trip to the Netherlands to perform there during the Cello Biënnale Amsterdam 2018. Make sure to catch […]
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