All concert programmes listed below are currently available.

If you have a special request, do not hesitate to get in touch with us to discuss the possibilities.

Click on the highlighted composer names to watch and hear repertoire included in the corresponding programme. 


El aire se serena 

Music from the Spanish courts and cathedrals of the 16th century

Antonio de Cabezón, Francisco Guerrero, Alonso Lobo, Tomás Luis de Victoria

Excerpts (live recording, concert at Fundación Juan March, Madrid, Spain, May 2017)

Delight in musicke | Quintet version

English fantasias, dances and church music

William Byrd, John Dowland, Anthony Holborne, Thomas Tallis, John Ward, Robert White

Delight in musicke | With Klaartje van Veldhoven, soprano

Songs, dances and fantasias from the English Renaissance

Anonymous, William Byrd, John Dowland, Alfonso Ferrabosco II, Thomas Tallis

Fortune infortune | With Daniel Elgersma, countertenor

Music for Margaret of Austria

Josquin Desprez, Heinrich Isaac,  Jean Richafort, Pierre de la Rue

Excerpts (live recording, concert at the MAfestival Brugge, August 2018)

Concerto Barocco | With Matthias Havinga, organ and harpsichord

Baroque concertos and virtuosic organ music

Johann Sebastian Bach, Joseph Bodin de Boismortier, Georg Friedrich Händel, Antonio Vivaldi


The Goldberg Variations by Johann Sebastian Bach

Complete in María Martínez Ayerza's arrangement for recorder quintet

Variation 1Variation 28Variation 30Aria (da Capo)



Revolutionary repertoire from the last 30 years
Thanasis Deligiannis, Paul Leenhouts, Aspasia Nasopoulou, Sören Sieg, Wouter Snoei

Ten dipoles

Installation & live performance (ca. 40 minutes)

Music by Aspasia Nasopoulou, installation by Horst Rickels & Ernst Dullemond


Scintille di musica

Sparkling sounds from the renaissance and baroque eras​​

Jacobus Gallus, Gilles Julien, Samuel Scheidt, Anthony Holborne, Henry Purcell


A musical mosaic spanning 500 years
Giovanni Coperario, Antonio de Cabezón, J.S. Bach, Robert Frenzel, Aspasia Nasopoulou

Meeting point

From past to present - perspective lines in music history

London Manuscript, Josquin Desprez, J.S. Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Sören Sieg

The Seldom Sene collection

A 10th anniversary celebration programme - available only in 2019!

A selection of the most special, virtuosic and moving music in Seldom Sene's repertoire

The playing is of the highest order: immaculate intonation and perfect ensemble are two of the main requirements for a good performance of consort music.

Johan van Veen

MusicWeb International

July 2016