DONDERDAGAVOND OPEN - Lecture & concert Lavinia Meijer

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Lavinia Meijer

DONDERDAGAVOND OPEN Lecture & concert Lavinia Meijer

17:00 - 21:00

Lecture who owns the street? and concert Lavinia Meijer

19.00 - 20.20 uur: Gehl Architects Toolbox, Lecture by Van Aken Architecten

The Eindhoven based architectural office Van Aken Architecten will illustrate how its international design team works in a globalizing world. They are inspired by the work of Jan Gehl (Gehl Architects, Copenhagen) a well-known urban planner and famous for his research on city streets and public life. The Van Aken team will discuss the results of their case study on public life: ‘Gehl Architects toolbox’. (Lecture is in English)

The entrance is €5. Passe partout €25. Order your tickets .
Location: auditorium Van Abbemuseum.

Series of lectures and debates
This discussion evening is part of a nine-part series of lectures and debates related to the exhibition Who Owns The Street? Click here for more information about the exhibition and the series of lectures and debates.

20.00: Concert Lavinia Meijer

Lavinia Meijer (1983) will perform at the Van Abbemuseum presented by Club Cross-linx. Meijer is one of the most famous faces of Dutch classical music. She plays her own compositions as well as contemporary arrangements from variety of names, including Radiohead and Philip Glass.
With the approval of the latter, Meijer arranged several of his works. This resulted in intoxicating and minimalistic music, performed for the first time on the harp.
Within the framework of Club Cross-linx, Lavinia Meijer presents three of these poignant pieces during an exclusive concert at this very unusual concert location. An exhibition about the 1980s will premiere in the museum around this performance. No wonder that Meijer has therefore prepared three Glass compositions from this decade. You will hear the works Études and Koyaanisqatsi as well as the five-part Metamorphosis.

Tickets for the concert of Lavinia Meijer are being sold via the website of Muziekgebouw Eindhoven.

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