A real Steinway concert grand! A year ago I would not have dared to dream an instrument of this caliber could come within my reach. Yet this beautiful grand piano now seems soon to be mine. I’ve found the instrument I’ve been saving up for since I was a young.
It is extremely important as a musician to play on an instrument that inspires you and that can grow with you. This beautiful 1913 Steinway is in very good condition thanks to the careful overhaul by mister Kobald in Apeldoorn. The character of the grand piano takes you back in time, which makes playing and studying on it so incredibly fascinating. But above all, this instrument gives me a warm feeling of endless confidence.
During my series of Steinway – Crowdfunding Concerts I would like to tell you more about the beautiful grand piano and what it takes to get such a beautiful and large instrument at home. The grand piano is currently still in Apeldoorn at Kobald Piano Atelier. After a stay of 10 years with mister Kobald, the grand piano will sound one last time during a farewell concert, there, on September 24. I will perform a varied program with Haydn, Beethoven, Brahms and Dutch composers during the concert serie at various places. With the serie of Steinway – Crowdfuning Concerts I hope to raise a target amount of €2000,- which will help me to make the last ends for the purchase of this dream instrument meet. Most concerts are held in homely atmospheres that are free of charge. After the recital it is possible to leave a voluntary donation. For these concerts it is strongly recommended to reserve a seat via the button below.
22nd, 20.00h, Theresiastraat 299, 2593AK Den Haag | TREESCONCERT “cosy-concert” (only reachable by stairs)
24th, 15.00h, Asselsestraat 167, 7311 EK Apeldoorn | Concert with the new grand piano and a Walter fortepiano (replica)
30th, 14.00h, Kerkplein 1, 4301 EE Zierikzee | Seat reservation through this page: click here.
6th, 20.00h, C.D. Tuinenburgstraat 49, 3078 GE Rotterdam | Salon 1919 with the sweetest host Liesbeth
8th, 19.00h, Raamweg 45, 2596 HN Den Haag | Gunst wat ‘n Kunst