Philip Glass: Music With Changing Parts by the Amstel Quartet
"Clouds of tones surging through a constant ocean of rhythm." This is how Philip Glass described his monumental composition Music With Changing Parts (1970). Amstel Quartet delves into this meditative and groovy work of hardcore minimalism, where an ever-changing yet rich musical texture is created through acoustic and electronic sounds. To be seen and heard in the Waalse Church.
Music with changing parts
The Amstel Quartet previously toured the Dutch halls in honor of Philip Glass's eightieth birthday, and was applauded by both the press and the composer himself. Reinforced by keyboardists Laura Sandee and Pascal Meyer, this guarantees a rock-solid performance of an iconic composition in contemporary music. If you want to attend this concert, buy your tickets via this link .
Similar in Amsterdam
Duo Pleyel in the Bösendorfer Series: Richard Egarr & Alexandra Nepomnyashchaya
The Bösendorfer Series | Marietta Petkova describes her Life in Music
Marietta Petkova & Carel Kraayenhof: the Hand of the Bear
Maarten Engeltjes & PRJCT Asmterdam: Lamento
Free lunch concert on the famous Müller organ of De Waalse Kerk
Frank Braley brings Waalse Kerk
Severin von Eckardstein speelt bijzonder programma
Ralph van Raat speelt de Carmina Burana
The Bösendorfer Series | Lestari Scholtes plays 'Children's Corner'
Bösendorfer Series| Nathalia Milstein with Rachmaninovs Études-Tableaux