violin Laurens van Vliet and Marie-José Schrijner
viola Janine Baller and Rosalinde Kluck
cello Eelco Beinema
double bass Harke Wiersma
piano Jan Willem Nelleke
For more than four centuries Vienna was the musical capital of the world. That began in 1497, when Heinrich Isaac became the court composer to emperor Maximilian I, reached its zenith with Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert and ended with Webern, a direct heir of Isaac’s beautiful purity.
You can order single tickets for this concert, or as a part of a flexible series. You will be assured of the best seats and receive a discount of at least 15%!