Homeland Heartache

photo: Hans van der Woerd

For the third time NBE is proud to present: Homeland Heartache. A programme that features a special group of musicians and composers, (former) asylum seekers and refugees from all over the world. It is a story of sadness and hope for a better future. A special project that, for the NBE, depicts the self-evidence of the connecting role music has in bringing people together, no matter where they come from or where they end up.
In collaboration with the Toverfluit Foundation, De Vrolijkheid Foundation and Move Forward.

when to see it

International Day of Peace (Dag van de Vrede)

The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly. The Nederlands Blazers Ensemble, TivoliVredenburg and Stichting Vluchteling believe that.

Read more 21-09-2022 t/m 22-09-2022

Eternal Delight

Both the Georgian composer Giya Kancheli (1935-2019) and English composer Steve Martland (1954-2013) had a special bond with the NBE, though their music differs greatly..

Read more 12-10-2022 t/m 18-11-2022

Concert in the Shape of a Pear

Read more 23-11-2022 t/m 19-03-2023

New Year’s Concert 2023

photo: Peter Lodder

“It’s hard to think of a nicer way to start off the New Year than with the Netherlands Wind Ensemble’s New Year’s Concert in the.

Read more 31-12-2022 t/m 01-01-2023

Napolitana

Read more 31-01-2023 t/m 16-02-2023

Genesis (“De Schepping”)

BART MOEYAERT AUTHOR, NARRATOR Genesis (“De Schepping”) is the first installment of the succesful musical trilogy created by the Netherlands Wind Ensemble based on three of.

Read more 18-02-2023 t/m 19-02-2023

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