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Listed below are the upcoming scheduled concert dates for the next twelve months. If you are interested in checking Marcel's previous concert dates or would like to check out possible future dates, please refer to the calendar above.

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July 2018
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Fri 06 Jul Amsterdam, Music Studio Marcel Worms 8:00 PM Fourth concert in a series of 4 new concerts in Marcels’ music studio
JAZZ IN 20TH CENTURY PIANO MUSIC
Scott Joplin (Rose Leaf Rag), Igor Stravinsky (Ragtime), Alexandre Tansman (Sonatine transatlantique), George Gershwin (complete Preludes, Fascinating Rhythm, The man I love, I got Rhythm), Claude Debussy ('Pièce' pour l'oeuvre du Vêtement du bless’, Golliwogs’ Cakewalk, Minstrels, ...”General Lavine”- eccentric-), Bill Evans (Waltz for Debby), Claude Debussy (Clair de Lune), Erroll Garner (Impressions, ‘Play, piano, play’), Aaron Copland (Four Piano Blues), Erwin Schulhoff (Suite dansante en jazz )
Reservations: mrworms@euronet.nl
Wed 11 Jul Soest, Nationaal Militair Museum 5:00 PM-6:00 AM Opera 'Thijl' by the Dutch composer Jan van Gilse (1881 - 1944)
7.30 pm peformed by the
Utrechts Student Concert
5 pm: the Leo Smit Ensemble
will play works related to Jan van Gilse and his time: Leo Smit, Dick Kattenburg, Rosy Wertheim and Jan van Gilse
Irene Maessen-soprano, Eleonore Pameijer-flute, Marcel Worms-piano
Sat 21 Jul Gradoli (Viterbo, Italy), various locations Chambermusic Week from July 21 through 28 juli for amateur ensembles. Teachers: Eleonore Pameijer (flute), Ursula Schoch (violin) and Marcel Worms (piano)
More information: www.kamermuziekgradoli.nl
Application still possible, teaching in English is possible
Fri 27 Jul Gradoli (Viterbo, Italy, Palazzo Farnese 9:30 PM closing concert of the chamber music week, that is being organized in Gradoli for amateur musicians (www.kamermuziekgradoli.nl)
Musicians: Eleonore Pameijer (flute), Ursula Schoch (violin), Stephan Heber (cello), Marcel Worms (piano)
J.S.Bach - Triosonata from the Musical Offering (selection)/W.A.Mozart - Trio for flue, violin and violoncello in C major KV 439 b (selection) /F.Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - Trio for violin,violoncello and piano in d minor (second movement)/Astor Piazzolla - - Verano Porteño (version for Pianotrio)/ Philippe Gaubert - Pièce romantique for flute, violoncello and piano/George George Gershwin - 3 Preludes for violin and piano (transcription by Jascha Heifetz)/ Antonin Dvorak - Bagatelles op.47 (selection)/Dick Kattenburg - Quartet for flute, violin, violoncello and piano (selection)
Entrance free, reservation not needed
Sat 28 Jul Vetralla (Viterbo,Italy), Opera Extravaganza 7:00 PM concert with Eleonore Pameijer (fute), Ursula Schoch (violin), Stephan Heber (cello), Marcel Worms (piano)
J.S.Bach - Triosonata from the Musical Offering (selection)/W.A.Mozart - Trio for flue, violin and violoncello in C major KV 439 b (selection) /F.Mendelssohn-Bartholdy - Trio for violin,violoncello and piano in d minor (second movement)/Astor Piazzolla - - Verano Porteño (version for Pianotrio)/ Philippe Gaubert - Pièce romantique for flute, violoncello and piano/George George Gershwin - 3 Preludes for violin and piano (transcription by Jascha Heifetz)/ Antonin Dvorak - Bagatelles op.47 (selection)/Dick Kattenburg - Quartet for flute, violin, violoncello and piano (selection)
Information about location and reservations will follow soon
Tue 14 Aug Volterra (Tuscany, Italy), Villa Pallagione 6:00 PM "Inspired by Chopin..." - works by Chopin but first of all by composers who have been inspired by Chopin, a.o. Robert Schumann, Pjotr Iljitsj Tsjaikovski, Jean Françaix, Alexander Skrjabin, Louis Grünberg, Arthur Honneger, Leopold Godowsky, Alexander Skrjabin and Francis Poulenc
www.villa-palagione.org
Thu 06 Sep Amsterdam, Portugese Synagogue 8:00 PM concert and cd-presentation with Ásdís Valdimarsdóttir (viola) with works by Dick Kattenburg (Sonata for viola and piano), Max Vredenburg (Lamento for viola and piano), Hans Gal (Sonata for viola and piano), Mieczysław Weinberg (Sonata for viola and piano op.28)
Fri 07 Sep Nijmegen, Villa Saxonholme 6:00 PM Program around the book 'De zussen Van Gogh' (Van Goghs' Sisters) by Dutch arthistorian Willem Jan Verlinden, the unique life story of the three sisters of Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh against the background of an exciting period in history, based on the letters, written by the sisters and other family documents. Music by a.o. Poulenc, Janacek, Debussy and Wagner/Liszt
www.saxonholme.nl
thevangoghsisters.com
Sun 09 Sep Culemborg, various locations 1:00 PM-4:00 PM performances at the opening of and during the yearly 'Pianowalk' through the city of Culemborg.
This year the theme will be "Festive music''
13:15 - short performance during the opening in the Grote- of Barbarachurch with 'Bryllupsdag pǟ Troldhaugen' (Weddingday at Troldhagen) by Edvard Grieg and 'Liebesfreud' (Joy of Love) by Fritz Kreisler in the tarnscription for piano by Serge Rachmaninoff
15:00 - 16:00: concert in 'De Fransche School' with the complete'Anniversaries' van Leonard Bernstein (whose 100th birthday is celebrated this year), Federico Mompou (Fêtes lointaines = Distant parties) and dances from Curaçao, composed for birthdays by Jan Gerard Palm, Jacobo Palm, Rudolf Palm and Edgar Palm
More information: www.pianoculemborg.nl
Sun 16 Sep Amsterdam, Banstraat (private house) 3:00 PM concert with soprano Irene Maessen. The program will be all-Dutch music with many works by female composers. Works by a.o. Johanna Bordewijk-Roepman, Henriëtte Bosmans, Elizabeth Kuiper, Rosy Wertheim, Leo Kok and Matthijs Vermeulen
Reservations:mrworms@euronet.nl
Sun 23 Sep Anna Paulowna, Galerie Doolaard 2:00 PM "Inspired by Chopin..." - works by Chopin but mainly by composers who have been inspired in some way by Chopin, a.o. Robert Schumann, Pjotr Iljitsj Tsjaikovski, Jean Françaix, Alexander Skrjabin, Louis Grünberg, Federico Mompou, Heitor Villa Lobos, Arthur Honneger, Leopold Godowsky, Alexander Skrjabin and Francis Poulenc
Adress:Middenweg 9 b
1761 LD Anna Paulowna
Admission: € 10
www.keesdoolaard.com
Thu 25 Oct Amsterdam, Rapenburg 2:00 PM ON INVITATION ONLY
concert with Eleonore Pameijer (flute): music by Jewish composers, persecuted during World War II
Sun 04 Nov Eelde, Museum de Buitenplaats 2:00 PM-3:00 PM "Inspired by Chopin..." - works by Chopin but mainly by composers who have been inspired in some way by Chopin, a.o. Robert Schumann, Pjotr Ilyits Tsjaokovski, Jean Françaix, Alexander Skrjabin, Louis Grünberg, Federico Mompou, Heitor Villa Lobos, Arthur Honneger, Leopold Godowsky and Francis Poulenc
Sun 11 Nov Wormerveer, Concerten aan de Zaan 11:30 AM Three Centuries of 'Preludes and Fugues': Preludes and Fugues by J.S.Bach (from the Welltempered Clavier), Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (from 6 Preludes and Fugues op.35) and Dimitri Sjostakovitsj (from 24 Preludes and Fugues op.87)
Try-out for the cd-recording in December and January coming
Adress: Noorddijk 90, 1521 PD Wormerveer
Reservations: info@maroeska.com
Admission: € 17,50
www.concertaandezaan.nl
Tue 13 Nov Middelburg, Zeeuwse Concertzaal last recordingday for the second cd with violaplayer Ásdís Valdimarsdóttir. Recording of the sonata for viola and piano by Paul Hindemith (1939) for the cd ''Persecuted composers and their viola' #2
Sun 18 Nov Zaandam, Zaantheater 4:00 PM Literary salon about Dutch writer Jan Wolkers
Sun 02 Dec Den Haag, Centrale Bibliotheek 2:00 PM Program around the book 'De zussen Van Gogh' (Van Goghs' Sisters) by Dutch arthistorian Willem Jan Verlinden, the unique life story of the three sisters of Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh against the background of an exciting period in history, based on the letters, written by the sisters and other family documents. Music by a.o. Poulenc, Janacek, Debussy and Wagner/Liszt
thevangoghsisters.com
Tue 11 Dec--Wed 12 Dec Middelburg, Zeeuwse Concertzaal recording of the first cd of a double cd for the Zefir Records label with Preludes and Fugues by Bach, Mendelssohn and Shostakovitch and the Chaconne by Bach in the transcription by Ferruccio Busoni.
Mendelssohn published his 6 Preludes and Fugues op.35 in 1837. On this double cd these will be combined with Preludes and Fugues by Bach and by Shostakovitch in the same keys as those by Mendelssohn. In this way the historical development of this musical genre will be audible.
Thu 17 Jan--Fri 18 Jan Middelburg, Zeeuwse Concertzaal recording of the second cd of a double cd for the Zefir Records label with Preludes and Fugues by Bach, Mendelssohn and Shostakovitch and the Chaconne by Bach in the transcription by Ferruccio Busoni.
Mendelssohn published his 6 Preludes and Fugues op.35 in 1837. On this double cd these will be combined with Preludes and Fugues by Bach and by Shostakovitch in the same keys as those by Mendelssohn. In this way the historical development of this musical genre will be audible.
Sun 27 Jan Schoorl, De Blinkerd 2:00 PM Program around Dutch writer Nescio, with a.o. Schubert songs by singer Charlotte Stoppelenburg
deblinkerdschoorl.nl
Sun 03 Feb Zaandam, Zaantheater 4:00 PM Literary Salon: Dutch writer Etty Hillesum (famous for her diaries she wrote during World War II) and the role of art in times of war
Sun 10 Feb Franeker, 't Coopmanshûs 2:30 PM "Inspired by Chopin..." - works by Chopin but first of all by composers who have been inspired by Chopin, a.o. Robert Schumann, Pjotr Iljitsj Tsjaikovski, Jean Françaix, Alexander Skrjabin, Louis Grünberg, Federico Mompou, Arthur Honneger, Leopold Godowsky, Alexander Skrjabin and Francis Poulenc
ON INVITATION ONLY
Thu 21 Mar Amsterdam, musicstudio Marcel Worms Three concerts in the framework of Happy Bachdag 2019 (11:00 am / 5:00 pm /8:00 pm)
Program to be announced later
Sun 24 Mar Venray, Kunst in de Kamer 3:00 PM Concert lecture with Dutch writer Jan Brokken about his book 'Waarom elf Antillianen knielden voor het hart van Chopin' (Why eleven Antilleans kneeled in front of Chopin's tomb) about the influence of Chopin on the music of the Dutch Antilles and Latin-America. Music by Frédéric Chopin, Louis Moreau Gottschalk (USA), Ignacio Cervantes and Ernesto Lecuona (Cuba), Jacobo Palm, Rudolf Palm and Wim Statius Muller (Curaçao), Francisco Mignone (Brazil) and Teresa Carreño (Venuzuela)
PRIVATE EVENT - ONLY FOR MEMBERS OF 'KUNST IN DE KAMER'
Sun 07 Apr St.Oedernrode, Knoptoren 11:30 AM Concertlecture by dutch author Marja Vuijsje and pianist Marcel Worms
Marcel Worms and Marja Vuijsje are both fascinated by music from the Interbellum. Marcel Worms was captivated by classical composers who were influenced by the new musical styles like American jazz and Argentinean tango. While writing her book 'Ons kamp' Marja Vuijsje enjoyed listening to the swing music from New York and Berlin from her fathers' youth.
With the music by Viktor Ullmann, Dick Kattenburg, Leo Smit, George Gershwin, Erwin Schulhoff, Alexandre Tansman and Szymon Laks, played by Marcel Worms, as a point of departure, Marja Vuijsje will talk about the century of her father that she described in her much praised book 'Ons kamp' (Our Camp).
Sun 14 Apr Zaandam, Zaantheater 4:00 PM Literary Salon: Dutch poet Herman Gorter and the movement of the 'Tachtigers' in the Netherlands at the end of the 19th century