Wim Sonneveld - Tour de Chant (Dutch spoken)
The Metropole Orkest will pay tribute to Wim Sonneveld, who gave Dutch audiences such legendary hits as Het dorp, Margootje and Aan de Amsterdamse grachten. Baritone Thomas Oliemans, comedian/singer Richard Groenendijk and the orchestra will guide you through a delicious programme with a generous dose of panache, le Tour de Chant!
Tour de Chant: an ode to Wim Sonneveld. Fifty years ago, the Dutch comedian set out with the Metropole Orchestra to hold a preliminary meeting for the Tour de Chant he had had in mind for years. On the way, he suffered a heart attack in the car and was taken to hospital by two hitchhikers he had picked up. He died there more than two weeks later of a second heart attack. Fifty years later, the Metropole Orchestra is playing a never-mentioned concert.
Metropole Orchestra pays tribute to Wim Sonneveld
Under the direction of Maurice Luttikhuis, the Metropole Orchestra pays tribute to the great Wim Sonneveld. All-rounder (and baritone) Thomas Oliemans and comedian and singer Richard Groenendijk are your guides in a program with lyrical and light songs inspired by French. It was an evening in memory of one of the greatest Dutch comedians.
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