Experience an extraordinary musical journey as the worlds of classical, contemporary, popular, and jazz music collide in a mesmerizing concert featuring the stellar talents of a celebrated Belgian flutist Berten D'Hollander and a renowned American- Belarusian composer/pianist Nina Siniakova. This unique event promises to transcend genres and captivate audiences with a diverse and harmonious blend of musical styles.
Program to include music by Bach, Telemann, Schumann, Tchaikovsky, Debussy, John Williams, and Nina Siniakova.
The concert will take place at a historic St. Luke United Methodist Church of Bryn Mawr, located at 568 Montgomery Ave, Bryn Mawr, PA on Saturday, February 17th, 2024 at 6:00 PM.
Berten D'Hollander is a Belgian concert flutist and educator.His refined musicality, unique sound and exceptional virtuosity earned him a wide international recognition.His career spans over 30 years of performing, both as a soloist and a member of chamber groups. As an orchestra musician, he has collaborated with Flemish Opera, the National Orchestra of Belgium, and many others.Berten enjoys performing classical repertoire as well as new works, presenting them at the internationally renowned festivals of contemporary music, such as Warsaw Autumn in Poland and Clef du Soleil in Lille, France.He holds a position of Principal flutist at contemporary music ensemble Musique Nouvelles since 2001.Berten D’Hollander is a Visiting Professor of Flute at the University of Arkseniz in Antalya, Turkey. His masterclasses and performing presentations gained him a wide popularity all over the world.
Nina Siniakova enjoys an international career as a composer and a pianist. She is a musician of a diverse cultural background and broad interests. Her colleagues describe her compositional style as “unique and refined”, which in their opinion makes Nina Siniakova “one of the most interesting composers of her generation”.
Nina Siniakova actively collaborates with the most prominent ensembles in the US and abroad, including Orchestra 2001, Network for New Music, Bacchanalia Baroque Ensemble NYC.She is a recipient of numerous national and international awards.As a pianist and a composer she has appeared at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia, Carnegie Weill Recital hall, Symphony Space, Zink jazz bar in New York, Harvard University, Beethoven House Bonn, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, and many others.
Official website: www.ninasiniakova.com