Concert Diamanda Dramm & John Stulz

Diamanda Dramm & John Stulz

Concert Diamanda Dramm & John Stulz


A concert by exceptional talents with music of masterful avant-garde. Diamanda La Berge Dramm (1991) grew up in Amsterdam and has been playing violin since she was four years old. When she was thirteen years old she played the premiere of "Riddles" by Louis Andriessen in the Concert Hall at the opening of the Holland Festival in 2005.

In the following years she became part of a band and played at places like the Bimhuis, Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, but also in the Stone (NYC) and Jordan Hall (Boston). She has worked with other musicians like, Christian Wolff, Alvin Lucier, Gunther Schuller, Chaya Czernowin, Garth Knox and George Benjamin.

The American Violist John Stulz is able to inspire a group of 100 teenagers about new music. He's a musician who combines his musicallity with exceptional techniques. 

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The entrance is free when you have a valid museum ticket or € 3.50 when you visit the concert only.