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LUNAPARK

Lunapark (the Dutch word for an amusement park), recently renamed as Lunatree, was founded by Arnold Marinissen and Anthony Fiumara in 2009. The name of the group stands for the mechanical aspect of the works it performs, but also for excitement, adventure, fun, unexpected ‘curves and loopings’, and a ‘panoramic look at the blue sky’. Lunapark does not accept that the boundaries between high and low art are gradually disappearing, preferring to focus on those areas of new music in which there is a wide variety of interesting styles. The group has worked and performed with artists such as Steve Reich, Michael Nyman, Michael Torke, pianist Ralph van Raat and Stuart Staples (Tindersticks). The Dutch newspaper Het Parool described ‘Lunapark [as] one of the most fun and inspiring new music ensembles of our time’.

For more information, please visit www.lunapark.nu.

Lunapark
Photo: Marco Borggreve

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