Press Release (1 October 2010) 

Bohemian Rhapsody 

For the next concert in its Symphonic Series on 3 December 2010 in the Dr Anton Philipzaal, Spuiplein, The Hague’s Baroque Orchestra “The New Dutch Academy” (NDA) will celebrate a number of 18th Czech composers including Vanhal and Wranitzky in a programme exploring the extremely vibrant, fruitful and inspirational interaction between these Bohemian composers and their German and Austrian colleagues, such as Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven. 

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Press Release (15 September 2010) 

Blown Away – Exploring Bach’s Orchestra

The Hague’s Baroque Orchestra “The New Dutch Academy” (NDA) turns its attention to the Oboe for the next concert in its Bach Orchestra Series. Featuring virtuoso Baroque Oboists Anna Starr and Amy Power (pictured), the concert exploring and celebrating Bach’s relationship to the instrument commences at 14:30 on Saturday 13 November 2010 in The Hague’s Kloosterkerk. 

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Press Release (1 September 2010)

Goodnight Vienna - Midnight Serenades

Simon Murphy (viola) and members of The Hague’s Baroque Orchestra, The New Dutch Academy (NDA), will perform a special programme of Viennese Serenades and Notturni on Sunday 10 October 2010 in the glittering atmosphere one of the Netherlands most beautiful, historic concert halls, The Hague’s Theater Diligentia (1804). Featuring music for Flute, Guitar, Viola and Cello, the intimate programme, entitled "Goodnight Vienna", explores both tuneful and virtuosic music from the early 19th century Viennese salons with works by Molino, Beethoven and Paganini. 

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Press Release (1 September 2010)

Star Swedish Soprano opens season in The Hague

The Hague’s Baroque Orchestra, “The New Dutch Academy” (NDA), under its chief conductor Simon Murphy, opens the cultural season in The Hague with a performance of arias by Mozart, Paisiello and Rossini featuring Swedish Soprano Susanne Rydén on Thursday 30 September in the Dr Anton Philipszaal (Spuiplein), The Hague. Entitled “A Night at the Opera”, the festive programme celebrates the tuneful, late 18th century Italianate opera tradition. Alongside the selected arias, the programmes also presents Rossini’s colourful Overture to “La Scala di Seta” together with Mendelssohn’s vibrant Symphony no 4. “The Italian”.

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Press Release (5 October 2009)

This Week Front Page News in The Hague:

Holland's Own Symphonic Tradition Rediscovered

Front Page Cultural News in The Netherlands this week as the new CD of The New Dutch Academy introduces the country to its own, recently rediscovered, symphonic tradition.  

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