VOORZITTER en een SECRETARIS van het bestuur / CHAIRMAN and SECRETARY of the board
woensdag 22 maart 2017

Stichting COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Den Haag (CMDH) is op zoek naar een VOORZITTER en een SECRETARIS van het bestuur. 

We zoeken voor elke functie iemand die een bruggenbouwer en een goede netwerker is, en zijn/haar netwerk inzet voor deze functie. 
Het bestuur functioneert op afstand en heeft, naast de formele bestuurstaken, een klankbordfunctie voor het artistieke team. De bestuurstaken nemen maximaal 1 à 2 uur per maand in beslag.
The COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Den Haag Foundation (CMDH) is looking for a CHAIRMAN and a SECRETARY of the board.
We are looking for someone who is used to building bridges and who is a natural networker, and who will make use of his/her network for this function. 
The board functions remotely and, in addition to the formal administrative functions, works as a sounding board for the artistic team. The duties of the board take up to 1 to 2 hours per month.
Meer info / For more information:

Documentary: CMDH Brazil 2016
vrijdag 23 december 2016

SECOND PRIZE EX AEQUO at the International Van Wassenaer Competition 2016
zaterdag 3 september 2016

CMDH in Brazil 2016
dinsdag 9 augustus 2016
Selected clipping of CMDH in Brazil, July 2016

CD 'Empfindsam': Early Music Review
Auteur: Brian Clark
zondag 29 november 2015
"My first reaction to putting this CD in my machine was, “Oh no, not C. P. E. Bach’s greatest hit [the D major Symphony] AGAIN!” It didn’t take me long, though, to realise that CMDH were not just going through the motions of producing a disc devoted to this music – they had grabbed it by the neck and decided to give it a good shake; these are performances of real vitality and, even if the programme is something of a calling card for the group with a Neapolitan recorder concerto at its heart and a sonata for keyboard with violin and cello accompaniment as another filler, that is insignificant when one is dealing with such stylish and passionate performances. Listening to the adagio of the harpsichord concerto was an emotionally draining experience, but not at all in a bad way – the deepest sentiments of C. P. E. Bach’s soul are seemingly laid out for all to feel, and Ribeiro and co. capture all the nuances to perfection. I think my only (slight) complaint about the whole set is the fact it took me so long to identify the outstanding players. To save readers the bother, the talented recorder player is Inês d’Avena – her even and pure sound reminds me a lot of the legendary Gudrun Heynes. If this group is new to you (as it was to me) do not hesitate to make their acquaintance – they have something to say, no matter what they are playing!"