Squire Artists launches a new series of concerts

Het Concertgebouw

We are happy to announce that Squire Artists will once again be organising a number of concerts under its own management. In addition to our contribution to the annually recurring Februari Festival in The Hague, we believe that - considering all the turbulent events of the past six months - there is no better time than the present for us to develop an initiative of our own.

The first two concerts will be held at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw Recital Hall on Sunday, 1 November 2020. Soprano Aylin Sezer & conductor/pianist Ed Spanjaard and the Malevich Piano Quartet (in collaboration with the Orlando Festival) will both be presenting their programme twice on this date. All the necessary information about concert times, programmes and tickets can be found on the Concertgebouw website.

Raphael Wallfisch - Cello Concertos by Mieczysław Weinberg

Raphael_Wallfisch Weinberg CD

"Wallfisch shows what a fine cellist he is here. His playing is stunning, his sound warm, and his technique is assured."

"I would recommend this disc to everyone unreservedly, as the performances by all are of the first order, and the soloist is one of the great cellists of his generation."

Geoff Pearce, CD Spotlight

New to Squire Artists: Ed Spanjaard

Ed Spanjaard

Squire Artists is thrilled to announce that we will now be taking up the worldwide representation of one of the Netherlands’ most unique musicians: conductor and pianist ED SPANJAARD. Equally at home with the orchestral repertoire of the great Classical composers (Mozart, Beethoven) and that of the Romantics (Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Wagner, Bruckner, Sibelius) Spanjaard was also the conductor of the...

Februari Festival - Beethoven 250

Februari Festival 2020

The third edition of the Februari Festival will be launched in The Hague’s Nieuwe Kerk on Wednesday, 12 February 2020. The very successful 2018 and 2019 editions focused on Mendelssohn, Schumann and Brahms. The 2020 festival will shine a spotlight on Ludwig van Beethoven, a 'free-thinking, unconventional and groundbreaking visionary'.

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