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Kees Wieringa

Kees Wieringa

Kees Wieringa


The pianist Kees Wieringa graduated at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam in 1986. He studied under, respectively, Gerben Makkes van der Deyl, Edith Lateiner-Grosz, Willem Brons and Jan Marisse Huizing. At the Berlage Concourse in 1988, he was one of the prize winners with piano music by Jakob van Domselaer. He gives national and international concerts, not only in many European countries, but also in Turkey, Indonesia, India, the United States and Japan. Read more on Last.fm
The pianist Kees Wieringa graduated at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam in 1986. He studied under, respectively, Gerben Makkes van der Deyl, Edith Lateiner-Grosz, Willem Brons and Jan Marisse Huizing. At the Berlage Concourse in 1988, he was one of the prize winners with piano music by Jakob van Domselaer. He gives national and international concerts, not only in many European countries, but also in Turkey, Indonesia, India, the United States and Japan.

In 1991, Kees Wieringa debuted in London, New York and Djakarta. In 1994, he performed in the United States (also in the Carnegie Hall) and in Russia with the last Beethoven Sonata. Kees Wieringa also contributes to radio- and television-programmes: as regards this, he performed for VPRO-radio/ television, NCRV-radio and NOS-radio/ television. He gave masterclasses at conservatories in Turkey in 1990.

As a pianist, Kees Wieringa performed in many concert halls and participated in various festivals, such as Festival New Music in Middelburg and Festival Old Music in Utrecht. During the ‘Ferienkurse' in Darmstadt 1992, he was part of the piano forum and gave some concerts. Meanwhile, compact discs have appeared with music by Simeon ten Holt, by avant-garde composer Morton Feldman, piano music by Jakob van Domselaer and chamber music by Jacob ter Veldhuis. A compact disc with music by Franz Liszt is in preparation.

Several composers have dedicated compositions to him. Kees Wieringa forms a duo with cellist René Berman. In 1991, they won the first prize at the Orpheus Concourse in Belgium. Kees Wieringa also joins various ensembles (Ingehovenproject, Ruynemanproject, Lemniscaat Ensemble).

He is active in theatre projects with dancer/ choreographer Moos d’Herripon. At the moment, Kees Wieringa also works as a programme maker for dutch radio and television. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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