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the future of Historic Pianos




SPECIAL EVENT
the future of Historic Pianos


Monday, October 13, 2014
Registration & coffee: 19:30, conference & concert: 19:45 - 22:00


Location: Museum Geelvinck Hinlopen Huis, Herengracht 518, 1017 CC Amsterdam [this is not the regular museum entrance]
Tickets: Euro 30, Euro 20 (Members etc.) or Euro 10 (Students)
Tickets

The conference language is English.

A collaboration between
Geelvinck Museum Hinlopen Huis and the Club of Amsterdam and supported by PerspeXo.


Presentations - audio & pdf
Recorded by Jonathan Mark, Critical Distance

Jurn Buisman, The Sweelinck Collection

presentation




Göran Grahn, Curator Musical instruments Nydahl Collection, Stockholm

presentation





Giovanni di Stefano, Curator of Musical Instruments, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam


presentation





Concert with Michael Tsalka,
Pianist and early keyboard performer




Impressions
Photos by Jonathan Mark, Critical Distance





















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This discussion - part of the Club of Amsterdam event series ‘the future of … ’ - is a follow-up of the key-topic of the annual conference of ICOM / CIMCIM 2014 in Scandinavia, an expert meeting for museums with musical instruments. The results of this conference will be the starting point of this discussion in Amsterdam and is meant for an international public of experts and students alike in the field of music, museums and cultural heritage.


Jurn Buisman, The Sweelinck Collection

Presentation by dr.h.c. J.A.W. Buisman at the ICOM CIMCIM conference August 23-31 2014 in the Nordic Countries
“Do we need more square pianos in the collection?”

Göran Grahn, Curator Musical instruments Nydahl Collection, Stockholm

Giovanni di Stefano, Curator of Musical Instruments, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam



19:30-19:45
Reception

19:45-
Welcome by our Moderator Annegien Blokpoel, CEO, PerspeXo

Part I

Annegien Blokpoel
, CEO, PerspeXo
The Club of Amsterdam in 2014 & 2015

Jurn Buisman, The Sweelinck Collection
Göran Grahn, Curator Musical instruments Nydahl Collection, Stockholm
Giovanni di Stefano, Curator of Musical Instruments, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

20:45 - 21:00
Coffee break with drinks and snacks.

21:00-22:00

Part II: Panel & Concert

Panel
Richard Egarr, Conservatorium Amsterdam
Dick Verel, Museum of musical instruments Vosbergen, Eelde
Simon Groot, Curator Music Department, Bijzondere Collecties, University of Amsterdam
Alastaire Laurence
, Curator musical instruments, Finchcocks Museum
Frans Wytema
, Private collector, former chairman Sweelinck Collection

Expected Guests
Kasper Janse
, Pianola Museum
Andrew Meyer
, Musicologist
Giuseppe Accardi
, Private collector
Walter Vermeulen
, Restorer and collector, Stichting Collectie Studio Oude Muziek

Concert by Michael Tsalka, Pianist and early keyboard performer


Tickets for this Season Event are

....Regular Ticket: 30,-
....Discount Ticket: 20,- [*]
....Student Ticket: 10,-
As a non-for-profit foundation we don't charge VAT.
[*] see www.clubofamsterdam.com/ticketcorner.htm



How to pay for the tickets?

....a) Online booking with credit card: Ticket Corner
........www.clubofamsterdam.com/ticketcorner.html

....b) By bank: send an email with your details, number of tickets, type of tickets
........and event name to: ticketcorner@clubofamsterdam.com and make the payment to
........ABN AMRO Bank, Club of Amsterdam, Account 976399393, Amstelveen,
........The Netherlands, IBAN NL52ABNA0976399393, BIC ABNANL2A

....c) By invoice: send an email with your billing details, number of tickets, type of
........tickets.and event name to: ticketcorner@clubofamsterdam.com

....d) At the registration desk the evening of the event - unless we are sold out
........earlier: 18:30-19:00





Museum Geelvinck Hinlopen Huis
Already since 1991, the Geelvinck Hinlopen Huis, a private canal mansion dating back to 1687, shows its overwhelmingly decorated 18th and early 19th Century 'beletage' interiors to the public. Also it features one of largest gardens in the UNESCO World Heritage listed Amsterdam Canal District. Therefore, one of the focus points of the museum is the urban garden. It relates contemporary lifestyle to its historic predecessors and disseminates their global cultural links. Chamber music forms, among other social activities within the house, an inextricable part of what made a house a home in the 18th and 19th centuries. With regular chamber music concerts on historic instruments – the museum curates the largest Dutch collection of fortepianos – and related activities the visitor can experience a feeling of the layers of history in the house. Thus, the Geelvinck aims at inspiring the visitor for awareness of the stuff and space in his own home and garden.

www.geelvinck.nl


The Club of Amsterdam is an independent, international, future-oriented think tank involved in channeling preferred futures. It involves those who dare to think out of the box and those who don't just talk about the future but actively participate in shaping outcomes.
We organize events, seminars and summits on relevant issues and publish findings & proceedings through various off-line and online media channels. Our goal is to become a global player and catalyst for innovation in industries, science and society.
We currently have more than 4,500 Members globally.
www.clubofamsterdam.com




PerspeXo
We are an independent strategy consultant uniting a diverse group of ex-corporate professionals with decades of (international and cross cultural) experience and expertise. Through their extensive experience in the business world, our professionals are well aware how things operate both within and beyond the corporate corridors.
www.perspexo.com




Annegien Blokpoel
CEO, PerspeXo


Annegien Blokpoel is founder and director of the independent strategy firm PerspeXo. She has worked in the fields of strategy, investor relations, communications, and structured finance at two AEX-listed companies, CF PwC and Merchant bank MeesPierson. Over more than 21 years she has assisted over 150 boards (of large stock exchange listed and entrepreneurs small companies) and directors in formulating and realising value strategies.

She holds degrees in economics and archaeology, and an MBA, having studied in Amsterdam and Jerusalem. She regularly acts as moderator and speaker at conferences and business schools.

www.perspexo.com





Jurn Buisman
The Sweelinck Collection

General Director, Museum Geelvinck Hinlopen Huis

www.geelvinck.nl/muziek/achtergrond-geelvinck-muziekpodium-sweelinck/
www.geelvinck.nl


 



Göran Grahn
Curator Musical instruments Nydahl Collection, Stockholm

Göran Grahn (Sweden) has played the organ for 40 years and has studied with Ivar Rendahl, Rune Engsö and Montserrat Torrent. He has also studied harpsichord with Inger Grudin and Leif Grave-Müller. He has been organist in various churches around Stockholm and also active in early music as continuo player. Since 1980 he is curator at Stiftelsen Musikkulturens Främjande (Nydahl Collection) in Stockholm, and since 1990 organ consultant, specialized in organ restoration, in Sweden and the Baltic States. He is also Secretary of the International Society of Organ Builders.


 



Giovanni di Stefano
Curator of Musical Instruments, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

Dr. Giovanni Paolo Di Stefano studied musicology at the Universities in Palermo and Rome “La Sapienza” where he earned his Ph. D. with a dissertation on the history of the Tangentenflügel and eighteenth century pianos with similar actions. He is professor of Organology at the Universities in Palermo and in Florence and at the State Conservatory of Music in Palermo. His writings on the history and technology of musical instruments have been published on important international journals (Early Music, The Galpin Society Journal, Musique Images Instruments, Journal of the Violin Society of America), conference proceedings, museum catalogues, encyclopedias (The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments, Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani Treccani).
www.rijksmuseum.nl


 



Michael Tsalka
Pianist and early keyboard performer

Michael Tsalka is an award-winning Israeli pianist and early keyboard performer. He performs solo and chamber music from the Baroque to the Contemporary periods on the modern piano, harpsichord, fortepiano, clavichord, square piano and positive organ. Michael Tsalka, who is the oldest son of Israeli writer Dan Tsalka, performs throughout Europe, the U.S.A., Canada, Asia, and Latin America. Recent engagements include the Boston Early Music Festival, the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing, the Bellas Artes Theater in Mexico City, the Hermitage Festival in St. Petersburg, and live performances for radio stations in Hong Kong, Chicago, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, and Jerusalem.





Museum Geelvinck
Hinlopen Huis
Herengracht 518
[this is not the regular museum entrance]
1017 CC Amsterdam
http://geelvinck.nl

The museum is situated in the center of Amsterdam, near the Rembrandtplein, between Vijzelstraat and the Amstel. The entrance of the event location is at Herengracht 518.

By public transport

From Amsterdam Centraal Station take tram 4 or 9 and get off at tram stop Rembrandtplein. Walk 30 meters back and turn into Thorbeekeplein, cross the bridge over Herengracht and turn right to the event location at Herengracht 518..

By car

We recommend you to take the car park of the Stopera at Waterlooplein, on the other side of the Amstel. Walk 8 minutes - take Blauwbrug, after Rembrandtplein turn left to Thorbeekeplein, cross the bridge over Herengracht and turn right to the event location at
Herengracht 518.





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