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Art Directions: Installations and performances

Art Directions: Installations and performances
AMMODO ✕ IFFR
2025 - 2027

Next to a large film programme, International Film Festival Rotterdam annually presents various works which explore the boundaries of cinema. Its Art Directions section includes (film) installations, immersive media, artists’ moving image, expositions, music and performances.

Ammodo contributes to installations and performances within the Art Directions section which have never been shown in Europe before.

iffr.com

Pictured: DUCK (installation), Rachel Maclean, IFFR 2024

Navid Nuur

Navid Nuur
AMMODO ✕ Oude kerk
2024

Twice annually, Oude Kerk Amsterdam invites an artist to create a site-specific work relating to the building’s architecture and history.

In 2024, Iranian visual artist Navid Nuur presents When Doubt Turns into Destiny, a solo exhibition in which he combines his own research into the neighbourhood to the notion of impermanence.

oudekerk.nl

New productions

New productions
AMMODO ✕ Michel van der Aa
2024 - 2026

Ammodo contributes to two new operas by composer Michel van der Aa.

In 2023, Ammodo Docs released the short documentary In Between Realities about the work of Michel van der Aa.

vanderaa.net

Pictured: Upload, Michel van der Aa, 2020

Past ❤ Play – winner

Past ❤ Play – winner
AMMODO ✕ Ammodo Science Award
2024

Past ❤ Play (Leiden University) conducts innovative humanities research into contemporary experience of cultural heritage and how the concept of play can contribute to a deeper understanding of the past. The team discovered that when local communities are actively engaged with the heritage in their environment through play, a stronger connection to these places emerges.

In addition, the team researches historical play practices, for example by having participants play board games from ancients times. This brings new insight into past playing habits and what experiences were associated with them.

As a next step, the team will conduct ethnographic fieldwork in the Netherlands, Morocco and Jamaica to further map different gaming practices and approaches to heritage.

ammodo-science-award.org

New productions

New productions
AMMODO ✕ Festival d'Aix-en-Provence
2025 - 2027

Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, led by Pierre Audi since 2019, is the largest opera festival in France. The festival presents new recitals of existing works as well as new contemporary (opera) productions.

Ammodo supports the development of two new operas per year for the 2025, 2026 and 2027 festival editions.

festival-aix.com

Pictured: The Faggots and Their Friends Between Revolutions by Ted Huffman and Philipp Venables, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence 2023

Cráter Invertido

Cráter Invertido
AMMODO ✕ Framer Framed
2025

Cráter Invertido is a collective of eleven artists and activists from Mexico City. In honour of the fifteenth anniversary of the collective, Framer Framed will present a retrospective exhibition of their body of work in 2025, including new commissioned pieces.

Cráter Invertido creates absurd stories through mediums such as (riso)prints and publications, drawings, puppets, video and radio. Their work focuses on subjects such as coexistence, care and the protection of areas where biodiversity is threatened.

framerframed.nl

Talent development

Talent development
AMMODO ✕ Toneelschuur Producties
2024 - 2026

Toneelschuur Productions has selected five young directors to create several new theatre productions in the coming years. These are Abdel Daoudi, Jessie L’Herminez, Koen Verheijden, Angelo Ormskerk and Agnese Kumpina.

Each season, at least four new plays will see their premiere. In addition, Toneelschuur Productions has reserved space for ad hoc productions by guest directors.

toneelschuurproducties.nl

Pictured: Dieven, Jessie L’Herminez, 2023

Alida Dors – (Sur)render

Alida Dors – (Sur)render
AMMODO ✕ Theater Rotterdam
2024 - 2025

Alida Dors is choreographer, theater director and artistic director of Theater Rotterdam. Her new production (Sur)render is an interdisciplinary performance combining dance, video, poetry, spoken word and live music about humanity’s disturbed relation to nature and to each other. (Sur)render premiers at Theater Rotterdam in 2025 and will tour throughout the Netherlands.

theaterrotterdam.nl

Sancta

Sancta
AMMODO ✕ Florentina Holzinger
2024

Sancta is a large-scale international co-production and the first major opera directed by Austrian choreographer and performance artist Florentina Holzinger.

The opera, based on Paul Hindemith’s one-act Sancta Susanna (1922), investigates the relationship between music and the sacred. It draws inspiration from religious practices and will take the form of a service dedicated to themes such as salvation, purification and martyrdom in the 21st century.

neonlobster.org

Call and Response

Call and Response
AMMODO ✕ Kunstinstituut Melly
2024 - 2027

With the new exhibition series Call and Response, Kunstinstituut Melly will present two double solo exhibitions annually from 2024 onwards. In this format, two internationally renowned artists each develop new work that is on display simultaneously, while responding to a changing world.

kunstinstituutmelly.nl

Pictured: Bewaard, Sijben Rosa, 2023

Lipidomics Team – winner

Lipidomics Team – winner
AMMODO ✕ Ammodo Science Award
2024

The Lipidomics Team (University of Groningen) is studying lipid molecules to develop reliable diagnostic tests and effective vaccines against tuberculosis. With more than one and a half million deaths annually, tuberculosis is the deadliest bacterial infectious disease worldwide. Thanks to their innovative research, this group has gained insights into how tuberculosis bacteria survive in the human body using a clever trick to bypass the immune system.

The team expects insights gained here to help them map other important bacterial pathogens. The next step is to set up a research programme on newly discovered lipids in the bacteria that cause typhoid fever, blood poisoning and skin infections.

ammodo-science-award.org

Małgorzata Mirga-Tas

Małgorzata Mirga-Tas
AMMODO ✕ Bonnefantenmuseum
2024

Bonnefantenmuseum presents the first-ever Dutch solo exhibition by Małgorzata Mirga-Tas (1978), a Polish artist who belongs to the Roma people. In her work, she celebrates Roma identity and tries to counter existing stereotypes while mixing the mythic and the everyday experience.

In the exhibition, Mirga-Tas will present a series of tapestries, a series of portraits of Roma civilians in Krakow and a new work pertaining to the history of Settela Steinbach, a girl from Limburg who was filmed as she was put on a train to Auschwitz. Steinbach became the face of the persecution of Jews in the Netherlands, but in 1994 it was revealed that she wasn’t Jewish, but rather belonged to the Roma people.

bonnefanten.nl

Pictured: Re-enchanting the World: March, Małgorzata Mirga-Tas, 2022

Curatorial Programme

Curatorial Programme
AMMODO ✕ De Appel
2024 - 2026

The Curatorial Programme is the training program for talented international curators at De Appel. For the period 2024-2026, the institute selects one or two curatorial collectives to immerse themselves in the Amsterdam art scene, conduct research in collaboration with tutors and experts, and develop exhibitions and a public programme for De Appel.

From 2024 onwards, the Curatorial Programme is focused on the collective curatorial practice. In doing so, De Appel builds upon the concept of ‘Lumbung’ introduced by ruangrupa during documenta 15 in the Western art sector. Lumbung refers to an Indonesian communal rice barn, symbolising the principles of collectivity, sharing and fair distribution of (financial) resources.

deappel.nl

Pictured: The Curatorial Programme 2022, Super Feelings Episode 2. Photo Sander van Wettum.

Nora Turato

Nora Turato
AMMODO ✕ Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
2024

In a solo exhibition in the mezzanine of Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Nora Turato explores the function of language in a society flooded with information. What information sticks and what is ignored? She urges her audience to reevaluate their relation to language and its underlying power structures.

stedelijk.nl

Pictured: Pool 2 (2018), Nora Turato

Performance Programme

Performance Programme
AMMODO ✕ Biennale Arte
2024

The 60th edition of the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia takes place from 20 April until 24 November 2024. This year’s curator of the exhibition is Adriano Pedrosa from Brazil.

Ammodo supports the performance programme that forms part of the main exhibition Stranieri Ovunque – Foreigners Everywhere. Eight internationally renowned artists will develop a performance piece for the Biennale: Ahmed Umar, Antonio Jose Guzman & Iva Jankovic, Bárbara Sánchez-Kane, Güneş Terkol, Isaac Chong Wai, Joshua Serafin, Lydia Ourahmane and Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo).

labiennale.org

Three times left is right

Three times left is right
AMMODO ✕ Julian Hetzel
2025

Three times left is right is a theater production by interdisciplinary artist Julian Hetzel about living together in times of radical political ideologies.

The piece is inspired by the controversial book Living with the Left by new-right intellectual Caroline Sommerfeld and her marriage to left-wing sociologist Helmut Lethen.

With Three times left is right, Julian Hetzel continues a long-running investigation into emotions – in this case, hate as a driving force for right-wing radicalism, and love as a survival strategy in times of war.

The play will premiere in 2025 at the Wiener Festwochen and will subsequently be shown in Leipzig and Utrecht (SPRING festival).

julian-hetzel.com

Pictured: There Will Be Light, Julian Hetzel, 2022

Computational Pathology Group – winner

Computational Pathology Group – winner
AMMODO ✕ Ammodo Science Award
2024

The Computational Pathology Group (Radboud University / Radboudumc) is developing software models based on artificial intelligence (AI) that can help pathologists diagnose tumours. The group was one of the first in the world to demonstrate that AI can match and even exceed the performance of human experts in specific diagnostic tasks.

The team is currently working on the world’s first virtual pathologist, ANTONI. This AI model is not only capable of making accurate diagnoses for conditions such as breast, prostate, and kidney cancer, but can also reveal the reasoning behind the diagnoses. This can help medical professionals make reliable diagnoses more efficiently and make the most appropriate treatment decisions for their patients faster.

ammodo-science-award.org

Psychological Methods Lab – winner

Psychological Methods Lab – winner
AMMODO ✕ Ammodo Science Award
2024

The Psychological Methods Lab (University of Amsterdam) is committed to avoiding ‘model myopia’ in psychology, or the idea that only one correct interpretation of research data is possible. Instead, they emphasise the power of diverse models and argue that methodological diversity is crucial for reliable science. The team develops robust statistics to gain more accurate insights from psychological datasets.

One example is their novel network approach to psychological disorders, in which symptoms and causes are viewed as a complex system of interactions between variables. The team shares their innovative models worldwide via JASP, their self-developed and widely used open-source statistical software package.

ammodo-science-award.org

Mounira Al Solh

Mounira Al Solh
AMMODO ✕ Bonnefantenmuseum
2025

Bonnefantenmuseum presents the first Dutch solo exhibition by Lebanese-Dutch artist Mounira Al Solh (1978), whose work focuses on topics such as migration, displacement, trauma, language and identity. A recurring theme in her work are Middle-Eastern tents made from traditional materials which she co-creates with visitors, refugees and museum volunteers.

The exhibition will display one of these tents, as well as a number of paintings, tapestries and drawings, including new work by Al Solh. At Bonnefantenmuseum, she aims to give an homage to women who have been historically overlooked.

bonnefanten.nl

Pictured: Lackadaisical Sunset to Sunset, Mounira Al Solh, 2019

New Body Project

New Body Project
AMMODO ✕ Boogaerdt/Van der Schoot
2024

The artist duo Suzan Boogaerdt and Bianca van der Schoot combines performance and (video) installations. They call their field of operations the ‘grey space’: the zone between the black box (theatre) and the white cube (museum).

This approach is evident in their New Body Project, which they will present in 2024 – a diptych about mourning lost bodies and embodying a new world.

The first part, called WOMBTOMBS, is presented at MU Hybrid Art House in Eindhoven in spring of 2024. It consists of a series of hiding places that are both memorial sites and incubators. These spaces can be visited by the public and will host performances at certain times.

The second part, SONGOFSONGS, takes the form of a multimedia performance which will tour across the Netherlands in the fall of 2024. Here, new forms of existence are presented which were developed in the WOMBTOMBS, merging human, technological and digital ‘bodies’.

bvds.nl

Photo: Annaleen Louwes

World premieres

World premieres
AMMODO ✕ Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ
2024 - 2027

As in previous years, Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ will (co-)produce three new compositions in contemporary music annually between 2024 and 2027. Dutch and international composers will get the chance to develop their practice and present their own contribution to the canon of contemporary music.

All pieces will celebrate their world premiere at Muziekgebouw. The performances are realised in cooperation with Dutch and international partners including Asko|Schönberg, Cappella Amsterdam, Klangforum Wien and Collegium Vocale Gent.

muziekgebouw.nl

Art Directions: Installations and performances

Art Directions: Installations and performances
AMMODO ✕ IFFR
2025 - 2027

Next to a large film programme, International Film Festival Rotterdam annually presents various works which explore the boundaries of cinema. Its Art Directions section includes (film) installations, immersive media, artists’ moving image, expositions, music and performances.

Ammodo contributes to installations and performances within the Art Directions section which have never been shown in Europe before.

iffr.com

Pictured: DUCK (installation), Rachel Maclean, IFFR 2024

Alida Dors – (Sur)render

Alida Dors – (Sur)render
AMMODO ✕ Theater Rotterdam
2024 - 2025

Alida Dors is choreographer, theater director and artistic director of Theater Rotterdam. Her new production (Sur)render is an interdisciplinary performance combining dance, video, poetry, spoken word and live music about humanity’s disturbed relation to nature and to each other. (Sur)render premiers at Theater Rotterdam in 2025 and will tour throughout the Netherlands.

theaterrotterdam.nl

Performance Programme

Performance Programme
AMMODO ✕ Biennale Arte
2024

The 60th edition of the International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia takes place from 20 April until 24 November 2024. This year’s curator of the exhibition is Adriano Pedrosa from Brazil.

Ammodo supports the performance programme that forms part of the main exhibition Stranieri Ovunque – Foreigners Everywhere. Eight internationally renowned artists will develop a performance piece for the Biennale: Ahmed Umar, Antonio Jose Guzman & Iva Jankovic, Bárbara Sánchez-Kane, Güneş Terkol, Isaac Chong Wai, Joshua Serafin, Lydia Ourahmane and Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo).

labiennale.org

Navid Nuur

Navid Nuur
AMMODO ✕ Oude kerk
2024

Twice annually, Oude Kerk Amsterdam invites an artist to create a site-specific work relating to the building’s architecture and history.

In 2024, Iranian visual artist Navid Nuur presents When Doubt Turns into Destiny, a solo exhibition in which he combines his own research into the neighbourhood to the notion of impermanence.

oudekerk.nl

Sancta

Sancta
AMMODO ✕ Florentina Holzinger
2024

Sancta is a large-scale international co-production and the first major opera directed by Austrian choreographer and performance artist Florentina Holzinger.

The opera, based on Paul Hindemith’s one-act Sancta Susanna (1922), investigates the relationship between music and the sacred. It draws inspiration from religious practices and will take the form of a service dedicated to themes such as salvation, purification and martyrdom in the 21st century.

neonlobster.org

Three times left is right

Three times left is right
AMMODO ✕ Julian Hetzel
2025

Three times left is right is a theater production by interdisciplinary artist Julian Hetzel about living together in times of radical political ideologies.

The piece is inspired by the controversial book Living with the Left by new-right intellectual Caroline Sommerfeld and her marriage to left-wing sociologist Helmut Lethen.

With Three times left is right, Julian Hetzel continues a long-running investigation into emotions – in this case, hate as a driving force for right-wing radicalism, and love as a survival strategy in times of war.

The play will premiere in 2025 at the Wiener Festwochen and will subsequently be shown in Leipzig and Utrecht (SPRING festival).

julian-hetzel.com

Pictured: There Will Be Light, Julian Hetzel, 2022

New productions

New productions
AMMODO ✕ Michel van der Aa
2024 - 2026

Ammodo contributes to two new operas by composer Michel van der Aa.

In 2023, Ammodo Docs released the short documentary In Between Realities about the work of Michel van der Aa.

vanderaa.net

Pictured: Upload, Michel van der Aa, 2020

Call and Response

Call and Response
AMMODO ✕ Kunstinstituut Melly
2024 - 2027

With the new exhibition series Call and Response, Kunstinstituut Melly will present two double solo exhibitions annually from 2024 onwards. In this format, two internationally renowned artists each develop new work that is on display simultaneously, while responding to a changing world.

kunstinstituutmelly.nl

Pictured: Bewaard, Sijben Rosa, 2023

Computational Pathology Group – winner

Computational Pathology Group – winner
AMMODO ✕ Ammodo Science Award
2024

The Computational Pathology Group (Radboud University / Radboudumc) is developing software models based on artificial intelligence (AI) that can help pathologists diagnose tumours. The group was one of the first in the world to demonstrate that AI can match and even exceed the performance of human experts in specific diagnostic tasks.

The team is currently working on the world’s first virtual pathologist, ANTONI. This AI model is not only capable of making accurate diagnoses for conditions such as breast, prostate, and kidney cancer, but can also reveal the reasoning behind the diagnoses. This can help medical professionals make reliable diagnoses more efficiently and make the most appropriate treatment decisions for their patients faster.

ammodo-science-award.org

Past ❤ Play – winner

Past ❤ Play – winner
AMMODO ✕ Ammodo Science Award
2024

Past ❤ Play (Leiden University) conducts innovative humanities research into contemporary experience of cultural heritage and how the concept of play can contribute to a deeper understanding of the past. The team discovered that when local communities are actively engaged with the heritage in their environment through play, a stronger connection to these places emerges.

In addition, the team researches historical play practices, for example by having participants play board games from ancients times. This brings new insight into past playing habits and what experiences were associated with them.

As a next step, the team will conduct ethnographic fieldwork in the Netherlands, Morocco and Jamaica to further map different gaming practices and approaches to heritage.

ammodo-science-award.org

Lipidomics Team – winner

Lipidomics Team – winner
AMMODO ✕ Ammodo Science Award
2024

The Lipidomics Team (University of Groningen) is studying lipid molecules to develop reliable diagnostic tests and effective vaccines against tuberculosis. With more than one and a half million deaths annually, tuberculosis is the deadliest bacterial infectious disease worldwide. Thanks to their innovative research, this group has gained insights into how tuberculosis bacteria survive in the human body using a clever trick to bypass the immune system.

The team expects insights gained here to help them map other important bacterial pathogens. The next step is to set up a research programme on newly discovered lipids in the bacteria that cause typhoid fever, blood poisoning and skin infections.

ammodo-science-award.org

Psychological Methods Lab – winner

Psychological Methods Lab – winner
AMMODO ✕ Ammodo Science Award
2024

The Psychological Methods Lab (University of Amsterdam) is committed to avoiding ‘model myopia’ in psychology, or the idea that only one correct interpretation of research data is possible. Instead, they emphasise the power of diverse models and argue that methodological diversity is crucial for reliable science. The team develops robust statistics to gain more accurate insights from psychological datasets.

One example is their novel network approach to psychological disorders, in which symptoms and causes are viewed as a complex system of interactions between variables. The team shares their innovative models worldwide via JASP, their self-developed and widely used open-source statistical software package.

ammodo-science-award.org

New productions

New productions
AMMODO ✕ Festival d'Aix-en-Provence
2025 - 2027

Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, led by Pierre Audi since 2019, is the largest opera festival in France. The festival presents new recitals of existing works as well as new contemporary (opera) productions.

Ammodo supports the development of two new operas per year for the 2025, 2026 and 2027 festival editions.

festival-aix.com

Pictured: The Faggots and Their Friends Between Revolutions by Ted Huffman and Philipp Venables, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence 2023

Małgorzata Mirga-Tas

Małgorzata Mirga-Tas
AMMODO ✕ Bonnefantenmuseum
2024

Bonnefantenmuseum presents the first-ever Dutch solo exhibition by Małgorzata Mirga-Tas (1978), a Polish artist who belongs to the Roma people. In her work, she celebrates Roma identity and tries to counter existing stereotypes while mixing the mythic and the everyday experience.

In the exhibition, Mirga-Tas will present a series of tapestries, a series of portraits of Roma civilians in Krakow and a new work pertaining to the history of Settela Steinbach, a girl from Limburg who was filmed as she was put on a train to Auschwitz. Steinbach became the face of the persecution of Jews in the Netherlands, but in 1994 it was revealed that she wasn’t Jewish, but rather belonged to the Roma people.

bonnefanten.nl

Pictured: Re-enchanting the World: March, Małgorzata Mirga-Tas, 2022

Mounira Al Solh

Mounira Al Solh
AMMODO ✕ Bonnefantenmuseum
2025

Bonnefantenmuseum presents the first Dutch solo exhibition by Lebanese-Dutch artist Mounira Al Solh (1978), whose work focuses on topics such as migration, displacement, trauma, language and identity. A recurring theme in her work are Middle-Eastern tents made from traditional materials which she co-creates with visitors, refugees and museum volunteers.

The exhibition will display one of these tents, as well as a number of paintings, tapestries and drawings, including new work by Al Solh. At Bonnefantenmuseum, she aims to give an homage to women who have been historically overlooked.

bonnefanten.nl

Pictured: Lackadaisical Sunset to Sunset, Mounira Al Solh, 2019

Cráter Invertido

Cráter Invertido
AMMODO ✕ Framer Framed
2025

Cráter Invertido is a collective of eleven artists and activists from Mexico City. In honour of the fifteenth anniversary of the collective, Framer Framed will present a retrospective exhibition of their body of work in 2025, including new commissioned pieces.

Cráter Invertido creates absurd stories through mediums such as (riso)prints and publications, drawings, puppets, video and radio. Their work focuses on subjects such as coexistence, care and the protection of areas where biodiversity is threatened.

framerframed.nl

Curatorial Programme

Curatorial Programme
AMMODO ✕ De Appel
2024 - 2026

The Curatorial Programme is the training program for talented international curators at De Appel. For the period 2024-2026, the institute selects one or two curatorial collectives to immerse themselves in the Amsterdam art scene, conduct research in collaboration with tutors and experts, and develop exhibitions and a public programme for De Appel.

From 2024 onwards, the Curatorial Programme is focused on the collective curatorial practice. In doing so, De Appel builds upon the concept of ‘Lumbung’ introduced by ruangrupa during documenta 15 in the Western art sector. Lumbung refers to an Indonesian communal rice barn, symbolising the principles of collectivity, sharing and fair distribution of (financial) resources.

deappel.nl

Pictured: The Curatorial Programme 2022, Super Feelings Episode 2. Photo Sander van Wettum.

New Body Project

New Body Project
AMMODO ✕ Boogaerdt/Van der Schoot
2024

The artist duo Suzan Boogaerdt and Bianca van der Schoot combines performance and (video) installations. They call their field of operations the ‘grey space’: the zone between the black box (theatre) and the white cube (museum).

This approach is evident in their New Body Project, which they will present in 2024 – a diptych about mourning lost bodies and embodying a new world.

The first part, called WOMBTOMBS, is presented at MU Hybrid Art House in Eindhoven in spring of 2024. It consists of a series of hiding places that are both memorial sites and incubators. These spaces can be visited by the public and will host performances at certain times.

The second part, SONGOFSONGS, takes the form of a multimedia performance which will tour across the Netherlands in the fall of 2024. Here, new forms of existence are presented which were developed in the WOMBTOMBS, merging human, technological and digital ‘bodies’.

bvds.nl

Photo: Annaleen Louwes

Talent development

Talent development
AMMODO ✕ Toneelschuur Producties
2024 - 2026

Toneelschuur Productions has selected five young directors to create several new theatre productions in the coming years. These are Abdel Daoudi, Jessie L’Herminez, Koen Verheijden, Angelo Ormskerk and Agnese Kumpina.

Each season, at least four new plays will see their premiere. In addition, Toneelschuur Productions has reserved space for ad hoc productions by guest directors.

toneelschuurproducties.nl

Pictured: Dieven, Jessie L’Herminez, 2023

Nora Turato

Nora Turato
AMMODO ✕ Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
2024

In a solo exhibition in the mezzanine of Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Nora Turato explores the function of language in a society flooded with information. What information sticks and what is ignored? She urges her audience to reevaluate their relation to language and its underlying power structures.

stedelijk.nl

Pictured: Pool 2 (2018), Nora Turato

World premieres

World premieres
AMMODO ✕ Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ
2024 - 2027

As in previous years, Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ will (co-)produce three new compositions in contemporary music annually between 2024 and 2027. Dutch and international composers will get the chance to develop their practice and present their own contribution to the canon of contemporary music.

All pieces will celebrate their world premiere at Muziekgebouw. The performances are realised in cooperation with Dutch and international partners including Asko|Schönberg, Cappella Amsterdam, Klangforum Wien and Collegium Vocale Gent.

muziekgebouw.nl