Holland Baroque is an international ensemble based in The Netherlands playing over 60 concerts a year in Holland and abroad. We invite guests such as Giovanni Sollima, Reinbert de Leeuw, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Alexis Kosssenko Hidemi Suzuki, Amandine Beyer and others.
Baroque music is the key, but we build bridges to other musical styles.Four violinists have found their place as regular players in the ensemble and three violinists join the orchestra on a regular base since Holland Baroque started to offer this Training Course. Joining the Training Course is a chance to get to know the ensemble as well as improving your own skills and deepening your career as baroque musician.
Holland Baroque offers the opportunity to gain experience and build a network in an exciting Dutch, first class baroque ensemble. The offer consists of a 1-year training course for violin, viola, violoncello students.
For the season 2018/2019 we have 4 places available for violin, two places for viola, and two places for violoncello. If you are in your last year of bachelor or in your master studies of baroque violin/viola/violoncello, age under 30 and if you are available at least three out of four projects, you can apply for the audition.
You will not receive a regular daily fee during this training course. However, we offer you a fee in project 2 for cd recording days, project 3 and project 4 for the days abroad. Audition Training Course:
Tuesday May 15th, 2018, between 11:00-17:00 in Utrecht, the Netherlands.Application deadline:
May 1st, 2018.
More information: Holland Baroque training course 18-19.pdfSamama Fellowship
As chairman of the board, Leo Samama was very involved with the orchestra for more than two terms. And as a father he watches over the entire music life in the Netherlands. Samama is a composer, music scientist, director, writer and member of many boards. We have great respect for his many talents and we are grateful for his significance for the sector. We have therefore chosen to link Samama's name to the trainee trajectory and to call it the Samama Fellowship.