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Nick Goudkuil | Organ for beginners


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Cultureel Podium Lutherse Kerk Maastricht
Hondstraat 14
6211 HX Maastricht
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Organist Nick Goudkuil plays an accessible church organ concert especially for those who are not (yet) so initiated into the genre of organ music. With appealing, fresh music and small stories and anecdotes about the pieces of music and composers, this musical afternoon is an adventurous journey of discovery with colorful organ sounds.

Well-known classical great organ composers are of course discussed, such as Johann Sebastian Bach and César Franck. But there is also attention for more unknown, more modern composers and not only within the classical world.

The organ will sound from the most intimate pianissimo to a resounding fortissimo, all while enjoying a drink and a snack and the evening sun shining through the church windows.

Nick Goudkuil is organi…

Organist Nick Goudkuil plays an accessible church organ concert especially for those who are not (yet) so initiated into the genre of organ music. With appealing, fresh music and small stories and anecdotes about the pieces of music and composers, this musical afternoon is an adventurous journey of discovery with colorful organ sounds.

Well-known classical great organ composers are of course discussed, such as Johann Sebastian Bach and César Franck. But there is also attention for more unknown, more modern composers and not only within the classical world.

The organ will sound from the most intimate pianissimo to a resounding fortissimo, all while enjoying a drink and a snack and the evening sun shining through the church windows.

Nick Goudkuil is organist at the pilgrimage church of St. Cäcilia in Düsseldorf in the picturesque district of Benrath. There, a statue of Mary is worshipped, which miraculously survived a fire. He plays concerts in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and France. Previously he was an organist in the Maastricht Saint Martin's Church in Wyck. He was educated at the Conservatory of Maastricht, the Conservatoire Royal de Liège and the Utrecht Conservatory.

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  • RegularFree A contribution for the maintenance and survival of the centuries-old Hendrik Metzeher Pereboom & Leyser Flentrop organ from 1695 is greatly appreciated.

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