CANCELLED! Lie down concert: Einaudi, Yiruma & Tiersen

Monday 29 Nov 2021, 19:00 - 22:15

Erasmus Paviljoen

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Please note! Due to the new corona measures, this event will be rescheduled. Keep an eye on our calendar and social media for updates. If you have bought tickets, we will refund you. You have received an email about this.

Experience a unique way to enjoy the beautiful music from Einaudi, Yiruma & Tiersen played by Jeroen van Veen. Last concerts at Erasmus Paviljoen were sold out completely, so make sure to buy your ticket(s) on time.

You will be lying down around a grand piano in the middle of the room. This concept creates a situation where the audience can listen to music in total relaxation, lying down on the floor, almost dozing off.

Jeroen van Veen will play the best works from Ludovico Einaudi, Yiruma, Yann Tiersen and Ryuichi Sakamoto. Ritmic and uplifting music will be alternated with slow soothing sounds to dream away with. A unique experience that you must have experienced at least once.

Please notice! This is a lying down concert so bring something to lie on like a camping matrass, yoga mat or bean bag.

There will be 2 concerts this evening: the first one starts at 19.00hrs, the second one at 21.00hrs so make sure you buy tickets for the timeslot you prefer.

More information

Date: Monday 29 November
Time 1: 19.00 – 20.15 hours Doors open: 18.30
Time 2: 21.00 – 22.15 hours Doors open: 20.45
Location: Erasmus Paviljoen

Ticket information
EUR-students €6,-
EUR-employees: €11,-
Others: €35,-

Please note: For this performance we will check your Covid Certificate at the entrance of the building via the Corona Check-app

Organised by Studium Generale and Jeroen van Veen. Jeroen van Veen has recorded over one hundred sixty CDs at home and abroad, including the Abbey Road Studio in London. This star pianist not only recorded all the piano works by Simeon ten Holt and Einaudi, he also recorded everything from Philip Glass, Yiruma, Michael Nyman, JacobTV, Yann Tiersen, Friedrich Nietzsche, Preisner and Arvo Pärt.

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