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On August 2nd, ARTax Music Director Gianmaria Griglio premiered his new clarinet concerto in New York City. The concerto was commissioned by the vibrant Terpsikord ensemble and featured renowned clarinetist Massimo Santaniello as a soloist. This ‘Crossroads’ concert...
Jeroen Vullings talks about nature, hiking and traveling for this extra book week edition of Literature Late Night at B-Unlimited with philosopher Joke Hermsen and writer Alexander Reeuwijk. Musical intermezzo by ARTax Music
Join us on December 6th for a great evening with soprano Violetta Lazin, tenor Alex Vicens, baritone Wiebe Pier-Cnossen and pianist Juan Zurutuza.
Hearing live music is one of the most pleasurable experiences available to human beings. The music sounds great, it feels great, and you get to watch the musicians as they create it. No matter what kind of music you love, try listening to it live.
What a great way to support us: this wine shop in The Hague will give us a percentage on the sales of selected packages. Happy shopping!
The response we had from the audience was overwhelming. Theaterkrant gave us an awesome review as well. Take a look and see what others are saying!
The theater Roode Bioscoop will be our home for the Amsterdam Fringe Festival performances. Cozy and elegant, is perfect for our show!
It’s official: we’ve been invited to perform our “My Name is: Woman” show at the Amsterdam Fringe Festival 2016.
For those of you who are not familiar with it, the Amsterdam Fringe Festival is based on the famous and successful Fringe Festival as they exist in, for example Edinburgh, Adelaide, New York and Grahamstown (SA). During those 11 Fringe days you can see works from over 80 theatre groups, of unorthodox, national and international theatre directors and artists, at more then 40 different locations spread throughout the city.
We’re happy to announce that we’ve been invited to perform at the Kunst en Kunstig festival in Zeddam.
Next October 1st, ARTax will join forces with the McCray International Studio of Vocal Arts in their latest production: What You Don’t Know About Women, a theatrical concert with a twist.
Intimate moments are characterized by the most beloved American composers of the twentieth century: Gershwin, Bernstein, Sondheim, Barber and more.
Huis ten Haghe opens its doors to the general public and to cultural events under the name Art o’Clock together with ARTax Music. Join us on the last Sundays of April, May and June for a music journey trough Spain and South America.