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CAPPELLA AMSTERDAM

Cappella Amsterdam was established by Jan Boeke in 1970 and has, since 1990, been under the artistic leadership of Daniel Reuss. In recent years the choir has occupied a prominent position in the field of Dutch Choral music and has enjoyed great success in Europe and beyond. Cappella Amsterdam has also played a key rôle in success of the European Tenso Network of choirs. The choir excels in both modern repertoires as well as music by the old masters and always gives attention to the works of Dutch composers. The choir’s several CDs have all been received with praise. Lux Aeterna, which included works by György Ligeti and Robert Heppener, was awarded the Diapason d’Or de l’année 2009 and releases of works by Sweelinck and Frank Martin’s Golgotha have also received enthusiastic reviews.


Photo courtesy of Marco Borggreve

Role: Choir 
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