• Sat 05.06.04 19 h
  • Sun 06.06.04 11 h

PACT Zollverein has invited the entire department of World Music at the Rotterdams Conservatorium to programme a World Music weekend here in Essen. The five music streams which make up the Conservatorium's World Music Department are Flamenco Guitar, North Indian Classical Music, Latin Music (Brazilian and Caribbean Music), Argentinian Tango and Turkish Music.


SATURDAY 05.06. 19.00 h

Part 1: from India to Turkey (65 Min.) 

INDIAN ENSEMBLE (Teachers of the Department "Indian Music")

Talbla: Ted de Jong

Sariod: Kaustov Ray

Sitar: Siddarth Kishna

TURKEY ENSEMBLE (direction: Nahim Avici)

Laute, Yayli Tamurin: Nahim Avci

Voice, Saz, Tar: Nurten Ates

Voice, Divan Saz, Bass Saz: Cengiz Tutar

Voice, Saz: Ahmet Erdogan

Voice, Saz: Mehmet Uludag

Voice, Saz, Mey: Deniz Payzin

Curasaz, Mini Saz: Mehmet Turhan

Voice, Saz, Kemane, Bass Saz: Sendar Demirbas

Part 2: Contratiempo y Canyengue; Gitarren Spanish and Argentinean guitar (65 Min.)

TANGOENSEMBLE "Guitarras Porteñas" (direction: Kay Sleking)

First Guitarre: Kay Sleking

Second Guitarre: Max Herzog

Guitarrón: Simon Dekkers

Bass: Wouter Muste

Voice: Maria Jose Ortiz

FLAMENCO-GUITARRENENSEMBLE (coaching: Ricardo Mendeville, Hans van Goch)

Guitarre: Alexander Preuss, Max Herzog, Philip Adi, Arturo Ramon

Dance: Cora Weggeman

Voice: David Pino

Part 3: Latin American Ensemble: Brazilian and Cuban rhythms ( 50 Min.)

LATIN ENSEMBLE (direction: Annaelis de Jong)

Piano: Danny van Kessel

Voice: Maga Mendes Neves Goncalves, Rebecca Lobrij

Bass Guitar: Andreas Rodosthenous

Percussion: Mark de Jong

Percussion: Jeanne Schmartz

Percussion: Pedro Kelly

Guitarre: Stylianos Papazoglu

Piano: Annaelis de Jong

SUNDAY 06.06. 11.00 h

Music continues in the relaxed atmosphere of our main foyer featuring numerous smaller ensembles and vocalists drawn from all five Conservatorium departments.

Part 1: Indian and Turkey Ensembles (50 Min.)

Part 2: Tango and Flamenco (ca. 50 Minuten)

Part 3: Brasil and Cuba (ca. 40 Minuten)

The Rotterdams Conservatorium is currently the only place in Europe where World Music can be studied. »It is the changed constitution of the population in European countries which justifies the place these music styles deserve within the west-European, professional music education.« Leo Vervelde, Head of Department.

Director of the Department World Music: 
Leo Vervelde

Technical Direction: Cro Lampe

Sound technician: Katrien Karimoen

Project co-ordination: Kay Sleking, Asia Ross

Photographs: Rotterdamse Conservatorium

This weekend project is a co-operation with the Hogeschool voor Muziek en Dans, Rotterdam

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