Joachim Eijlander


vrijdag 26 oktober
Romantic cello&piano
't Mosterdzaadje, Santpoort

Anastasia Safonova- piano 

Cello sonatas by Schubert and Rachmaninov 

zaterdag 3 november
cello solo&choir

Tavener- Svyati for choir and cello solo

zondag 4 november
cello solo&choir

Tavener- Svyati for choir and cello solo

zaterdag 10 november
"Estafette-(relay)concert" with Anastasia Safonova Godfried Hoogeveen, Kalle de Bie and Joachim Eijlander
Cruquiusdijk 27, Cruquius

Piano Anastasia Safonova

Rachmaninov cello sonata (Joachim)

Russian piece (Kalle)

Shostakovich cello sonata (Godfried)

David Popper requiem for 3 cellos

The Italian cello by Gaetano Chiocchi from 1870 Padua was played by Joachim for 12 years thanks to the NMF foundation. 

Since June 2018 this cello came into the hands of Kalle de Bie while Joachim was able to take over a magnificent Italian instrument (Rome 1750) from Godfried Hoogeveen,  famous Dutch soloist and leader of the Concertgebouworkest until 2014.

In this concert you will hear those instruments  separately and played next to each other in the wonderful requiem by David Popper.

zondag 11 november
Bach the first and the last
Sociëteit Haarlem

J.S. Bach suite no.1 and 6 for cello solo

zondag 18 november
Bach suites and Sequentia! Cellosolo
Hilversum Meent

Cello solo program:

J.S. Bach (1685-1750) cellosuites 1 en 3

from the latest solo-cd "Sequentia!" :

J. dall'Abaco (1710-1805) caprices 1,2,4,6,9

A.Piatti (1822-1901) caprices 1,6,11

zaterdag 1 december
Sonata evening with pianist Gregor Dešman

Schubert arpeggione sonata D.821

Bruch Kol Nidrei

Brahms sonata en minor

zondag 9 december
Estafette duo concert
NMF, St Annenstraat, Amsterdam

From 2006 until recently, Joachim played on a very beautiful cello from the collection of the NMF (National Dutch music instrument fund) made by Gaetano Chiocchi, Padova 1870. 

Recently, Joachim was able to buy his own, phenomenal 1750 cello by an anonymous Italian maker. The wonderful Chiocchi cello was then passed through to the very talented young Dutch cellist Kalle de Bie.

Tonight you'll hear both cellos and both cellists in an adventurous celloduo performance at the foundation's residence in Amsterdam.