You are invited to attend Estehaagse Ensemble live in concert at Home of Art The Hague on September 7 from 19.00h.
The name Estehaagse ensemble is a play on ‘Esterhazy’, the palace where Haydn worked, and ‘Haagse’, meaning of Den Haag, the city where the ensemble is based. It was founded by baroque violinists James Hewitt (graduated a few years ago from the Royal Conservatory of Den Haag with Pavlo Beznoziuk, and now teacher of historical improvisation there), and Xiangji Zeng (currently studying at the Royal Conservatory with Lucy van Dael). They work together regularly as duo, but also as a trio with cellist Tomas Kardosl, and as a baroque trio sonata ensemble with lute and keyboard instruments. Repertoire ranges from the seventeenth to early nineteenth centuries, and the ensemble plays in venues ranging from churches throughout the Netherlands to private living room concerts.
James Hewitt (violin & viola) performed at Home of Art Amsterdam several times, with different ensembles and collaborations, e.g. Young Blood Initiative and The Scroll Ensemble. On September 7 James and Xiangji Zeng (violin & viola) will bring us their current programme of Baroque and classical chamber music violin duos by Mozart, Stamitz, Viotti, and Leclair.
Besides exhibiting and selling contemporary art, Home of Art regularly hosts and organises intimate concerts, workshops, performances and more in an inspiring space. Founded in Amsterdam, you can now visit Home of Art in Den Haag.
If you're interested in getting acquainted with The Netherlands' rich contemporary art culture, if you like art, if you enjoy attending cultural events, intimate concerts and if you’d like to make new international like-minded friends, you should definitely visit this art gallery and experience one of the events at Home of Art.
Keep an eye on Home of Art's event calendar HERE.
If you'd like to make new friends, Join Home of Art's Meet Up group HERE.
Home of Art
Korte Vijverberg 2
2513 AB The Hague
(Just across the Hofvijver)