Friday 16 July 2021


Due to the corona measures, this show has been moved to this date. Tickets that have already been purchased will of course remain valid and ticket buyers have received an email. If you have not received an email, send an email to [email protected] More information about your tickets, credits and transfers can be found here.

The Netherlands’ most famous harpist Lavinia Meijer will visit twelve Dutch stages with her DETOUR club tour, including PAARD. Meijer became world famous for her classical pieces and collaborations with, among others, Philip Glass and Ludovico Einaudi. All shows are arranged corona proof.

Lavinia Meijer (1983), winner of the Dutch Music Prize 2009, is one of the most versatile harpists of our time. After her debut at Carnegie Hall in New York in 2007, she is regularly invited to perform as a soloist in Europe, Asia and America. She has also collaborated with several legendary composers, such as Ludovico Einaudi (Intouchables, Black Swan), and artists including Iggy Pop and Patti Smith. Her albums are released worldwide and have been awarded an Edison Award and gold and platinum status.

  • € 27,50
  • € 27,50
  • Grote zaal met zitplaatsen
  • 19:30
  • 20:00

*incl € 2,50 servicefee


With an eye on the future and with a road full of challenges ahead of us, Lavinia plays music by contemporaries and herself during her DETOUR tour. Lavinia is on a club tour for the second time in her career, in collaboration with Greenhouse Talent. They made a selection of rooms that do justice to the intimate atmosphere of a seated concert. Inspired by the Minimal Music of ao. Philip Glass, her music choice for DETOUR contains Neo-Classical music from ao. Lambert, Arnalds, Frahm and Streliski. This music ties in with one of her many sides that she embraces as an artist. With a specially designed art decor by Albert Geertjes.

De stilte tussen klanken in vergroot de muziek eromheen. Ondanks de ontstane ruimte tussen ons in raakt muziek ons nog altijd over grote afstanden heen. Een detour, via de muziek van nu.