The Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century just finished Tour 123, it's last project in 2014. With guest
conductor Kenneth Montgomery a succesfull tour with works by Händel, Haydn, Mozart and John Field
brought us to The Netherlands, Belgium and for the first time to Ireland.
For a 23 minutes documentary about Kenneth Montgomery and the Orchestra click here.
For a serie of photos of Tour 123 see Annelies' Gallery.
For all the 2015 touringdetails click on future. The first orchestral reunion will take place in March, seven performances of Bach's St. Matthew Passion with Cappella Amsterdam and guest conductor Daniel Reuss.
Our dvd Five steps into... is now available and is a documentary about Kristian Bezuidenhout playing the five Beethoven piano concertos in November 2012 in Rotterdam, conducted by Frans Brüggen. Also available now is the double-cd For Our Ears Only with Kristian Bezuidenhout and Rosanne van Sandwijk in a Mozart program, and Frans Brüggen's last recording The Battle of... by the Polish composer Kurpinski.
The Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century is funded by an international group of friends
and through the generous support of the Fonds Podiumkunsten of the Netherlands.