Back to the Sixties Ere Lievonen
An image of the times in sound. Ere Lievonen goes back to the sixties with the Fokker organ, the time of Provos, abstract art, a feminist wave and small revolutions in pop music. How did that resonate on the 31-tone organ during the concerts given in the Teylers Museum at the time? Works rarely played and never performed in the Muziekgebouw will be heard next to Peter Schat's provocative Clusters.
Harpsichordist, fortepianist, pianist and organist Ere Lievonen has been the permanent organist of the Fokker organ in the Muziekgebouw since 2009. He is considered a specialist in the field of microtonal music and also plays a lot of early music. He is co-founder of the Finnish Ensemble Ambrosius and is a member of Hexnut, Occult Ensemble and Ensemble SCALA, the house ensemble of the Huygens-Fokker Foundation. With his continuous attention to rarely performed music, he shows an undiscovered side of the Fokker organ every time.
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