In November 2023, the Amsterdam Symphonic Band will play the project concert ‘Klankkleur’. During this concert we will pay attention to what makes a concert band so special: a richer variation of timbre than most other ensembles! During this project we will play a marimba concertino by Creston, seen as one of the first solo..
On Sunday April 16th the visitors of the Vrijburg church will be treated to a Mediteranian start of the summer. The Amsterdam Symphonic Band (Het Symfonisch Harmonieorkest Amsterdam) in cooperation with internationally known Flamenco guitarist Jeff Heijne and dancer Romina Toroz will perform a concert in a Spanish atmosphere. Next to them some very talented..
This year the Amsterdam Symphonic Band will be playing in the Noorderpark again, this time with a world-class concert! The international character of the orchestra members will be transformed into world music withbeautiful Japanese, Arabic, French, Spanish and Dutch influences. There will also be special Uzbektraditional music on Duduk, performed by Igor Iofe on the..
The Amsterdam Symphonic Band, and Amicitia Landsmeer, invite you for their double concert Méditerranée on April 14, in Amsterdam! This spring concert takes the audience to southern climes with Mediterranean music. Enjoy a taste of summer with music by Amando Blanquer Ponsoda (Entornos), Hardy Mertens (Xenia Sarda), and José Rafael Vilaplana (Yakka Paso Doble)! Amicitia Landsmeer..
Space. The Final Frontier. After going to Amsterdam and Berlin, the Symphonic Band of Amsterdam (SHA) will have a new destination: we will go Into Space on November 24, 2018! However, the orchestra does not travel alone: an audience full of explorers is invited to join us! During this concert, not only the music is..
Swinging, cheerful, fiery, elegant, sad … The program of the Amsterdam Symphonic Band for the annual concert at the Beurs van Berlage on May 13th is as versatile as the dance can be. From Jewish Klezmer music to a prehistoric ballet, the bacchanal of Samson and Delilah: various dances are presented. Think of the Freylachs..