Organ recital: Janno den Engelsman

Friday, March 22, 2019, 7:30 PM

  • Friday, March 22, 2019, 7:30 PM

The Organ Department of the Academy of Music in Kraków presents a recital by Janno den Engelsman, organist of the Gertrudiskerk in Bergen op Zoom (Netherlands), where he is also active as a carillonneur.

In programme: Johann Sebastian Bach, Anthony Pitts, Daan Manneke, Jehan Alain

Janno den Engelsman studied organ, harpsichord and church music at the Utrecht Conservatory and took private lessons with the organist Liuwe Tamminga in Bologna (Italy). In 2006 he was awarded the Sakko Cultuurprijs voor Kunsten en Letteren for his musical activities. He won prices at several organ contests. In 2007, he took his Master's at the Netherlands Carillon School in Amersfoort; he also attended carillon courses with Geert D'hollander.
Janno den Engelsman is active in the Netherlands and abroad as an organist, carillonneur and choral and orchestral accompanist, and made several organ-CD recordings. He gave carillon recitals in the Netherlands, Poland, Belgium and the USA. Between 2009 and 2013, he was a board member of de Nederlandse Klokkenspel Vereniging, the Dutch guild of carillonneurs.
He is the titular organist of the Gertrudiskerk in Bergen op Zoom, teaches at Centrum voor de Kunsten and is city carillonneur of the historical cities Zierikzee, Bergen op Zoom and Middelburg.

For whom: for seniors
Other: free admission

Academy of Music in Kraków

ul. św. Tomasza 43

The Academy of Music in Kraków invites music-lovers to concerts of its students – soloists, and orchestras (symphony, baroque, chamber, and brass), and also by its eminent lecturers.

The Academy of Music in Kraków is one of the oldest and most important centres for musical and artistic education in Poland. Its students – soloists, and symphony, baroque, chamber and brass orchestras, as well as eminent lecturers can be admired during the numerous concerts in the main seat of the Academy (ul. św. Tomasza 43) and in the Florianka Music Hall (ul. Basztowa 8): a grand concert hall with elegant, neoclassical decor.

The full spectrum of activity of the Kraków Academy of Music includes congresses, symposiums, and regular music festivals including the Days of Bach, Kraków Cello Spring, and the International Flute Competition.

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