Chambers of The Hague near the Hofvijver

Fanfare for The Hague’s little John (free entrance) | 10.00
First concert | 10.30
Second concert | 11.30
Third concert | 12.30
We will let you know in time how your itinerary exactly looks like.

For our second series of Chambers of The Hague you can visit three historical venues near the Hofvijver: Museum Bredius, The Hague’s Historical Museum and Pulchri Studio.

We start our musical itinerary with a tribute to The Hague’s Little John, who is featured in a famous Dutch children’s song. John probably was the son of the thirteenth century Count Floris. In 1976 the sculptor Ivo Coljé immortalized the little boy with a wonderful bronze statue that can be admired next to the Hofvijver at the Lange Vijverberg. Six brass players from The Hague’s Royal Conservatory will salute Little John with a fanfare composed by Leo Samama. It will be performed next to a replica of the statue in The Hague’s Historical Museum. 

Afterwards you can make your musical walk and enjoy the three concerts.

The Hague’s Historical Museum: Inês Serrano Diogo, Elias Jula-Olivian, Sóley Einarsdóttir > trumpet
Georgios Kachrimanis, Ledion Zhupali, Carlos Maquez Lopez
> trombone (Royal Conservatory)
> Leo Samama
Fanfare voor Haags Jantje

Museum Bredius: Benedicte Zeltoun > flute | Cynthia Sastanos San Andres > bassoon (Ensemble Let petits mains) (Codarts)
Pulchri Studio - Louis XV-salon: Maayan Licht > countertenor |Florencia Gómes > traverso and theorbe (Koninklijk Conservatorium)
The Hague’s Historical Museum: Ensemble Ongestreken (wind ensemble and harp) (Royal Conservatory)

Normal € 17,50 | Uitpas € 15,00 | Students/ooievaarspas € 11,– | Till 27 years old € 8,75

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