Archive 2009


Look in the agenda of 2009

19 December Concertgebouw Amsterdam 
Matinee op de de Vrije Zaterdag; Pianoconcerto.  
Ralph van Raat, piano and the Netherlands Radio Chamber Philharmonic conducted by  Otto Tausk. 

27 September BIMHUIS Amsterdam 
CD release: MANDELA
This CD is a compilation with music  from two LP’S  released in the  sixties and seventies by the Theo Loevendie Consort
Live reunion of the Theo Loevendie Quartet: Martin van Duynhoven, Hans Dulfer, Arjen Gorter and Theo Loevendie    

26 May  Bernard Haitink Hall Conservatory of Amsterdam 
Miako Klein - violin & Kanako Inoue - piano.  Final Exam of Kanako Inoue at the Conservatory Of Amsterdam

14 March BIMHUIS Amsterdam
improvised music by a trio with  Theo Loevendie - soprano sax, Guus Janssen -piano and Onno Govaart- percussion

15 April BIMHUIS Amsterdam  
Duo Guus Janssen and Theo Loevendie in improvised music  

7 March 
World Premiere of FATUM  for tenor, baritone and wind ensemble, street ensemble and choir  
Commissioned by the Dutch Wind Ensemble (Nederlands Blazers Ensemble) as a counterpart to Mozart’s Requiem
March 7     Enschede
March 8     The Hague
March 10   Leeuwarden
March 11   Zwolle 
March 12   Amsterdam
March 13   Amsterdam 
March 15   Haarlem

22 February Utrecht
Amsterdam-Istanbul in Ottone/12.30 hrs - Esra Dalfidan, Theo Loevendie, Mehmet Polat, 
Guus Janssen and Martin van Duynhoven

Loevendie Central composer in the STORIONI Festival, Noord-Brabant

16 January EINDHOVEN
MING for erhu and pianotrio. World Premiere by Fang Wei Ling and the Storioni Trio
17 January 
BONS performed by Loevendie - soprano sax and the festival ensemble conducted by Ruben Gazarian
20 January BREDA
MING by Fang Wei Ling and the  Storioni Trio
22 January EINDHOVEN 
RED, YELLOW AND BLUE  performed by Bart van de Roer - piano
22 JanuaryDEN BOSCH    
VICTORIA REGINA, performed by musiciansans from the Festival Ensemble (Dutch premiere)
ACKERMUSIK performed by the Storioni Trio 
25 January EINDHOVEN 
AMSTERDAM TANGO  pianoversion performed by Nino Gvetadze