Tag: Concertgebouw

Exploring The Grey Area Between Electronic & Acoustic, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw Brings Isis & Mozes And Lövestad To Entrée Presents

Entrée Presents is a series where musicians are able to explore the grey area between electronic and acoustic music. In offering a famed stage to artists across genre, Entrée Presents aims to aid in the rise of electronic music as a full-fledged concert genre. On Friday, 15 June, Entrée Presents brings two very special live acts to Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw as Entrée Presents features Isis & Mozes and Lövestad. Isis & Mozes is an exciting new project that debuts live at Entrée Presents. The duo is made up of Amsterdam dance music veteran DJ Isis who combines talents with 18-year-old producer ... Read more

Promoter Interview: Audio Obscura

Audio Obscura is a one of a kind events platform that carefully combines cutting edge electronic artists around the world with truly unique and culturally rich event spaces. Bridding the gap between the electronic music industry and the wider artistic market utilising unique and historic venues parallel to some of the most innovative DJs & producers. Next up, on 25 May, Audio Obscura brings a very special extended b2b set at Het Concertgebouw with Dixon & Job Jobse. Anticipating that event, and many interesting things to come, we spoke with the brains behind Audio Obscura on their plans for the ... Read more

Audio Obscura Brings Dixon b2b Job Jobse For Special Concertgebouw Event

Known for their cutting edge events in one of a kind places, Audio Obscura now brings two titans of the scene together at the one and only Concertgebouw, Amsterdam. Consistently bridging the gap between the electronic music industry and the wider artistic market, Audio Obscura utilizes unique and historic venues with electronic artists (think last ADE’s Maceo Plex under the Rijksmuseum). This time, the crew drops by the world famous concert hall that is Concertgebouw with a very special b2b set featuring the one and only Dixon and Amsterdam favorite Job Jobse. As neither of these artists need any further ... Read more

Dominique Vleeshouwers: “The Crossover Can Only Work If You Know Both [Worlds]”

Tonight, the award-winning percussionist Dominique Vleeshouwers presents his world premiere of “Playground“. A 75 min profound exploration through the world of sounds that took the creator everywhere from the junkyards to the dark corners of the club, the jewels of Asian culture and to the glorious interior of the Royal Concert Hall. Yet another crossover between electronic and classical, however this one is quite different. Armed with everything including every kind of drum and Tibetan bells, to a lap top, synthesizers and drum machines, Dominique and his partner in crime Arend Bruijn took up the challenge of combining the two experiences ... Read more

Review: Jeff Mills – The Planets @ Concertgebouw

Two queues of bodies were lined outside the sumptuous building, outstretched their tickets to Jeff Mill’s world of “The Planets”. Instead of a scent of hesitation and wonder, the foyer was filled with an equanimity, quite particular to the Dutch character. The symmetric red velvet lining, the lines of still empty red seats and steady structures of arcs hinted this man built Chef d’oeuvre, this Hall of Royal beauty can take in any kind of surprises and rebels with stoicism. The conductor decided to shorten the concert, thinking that since the public were being given a totally new language like that, “half an hour ... Read more