1. Ensemble Lös Caballeros serves Originale

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    Karlheinz Stockhausen’s ‘Originale’, 1961. Written for and performed by the Cologne Originals. Following the second performance (October 27th 1961) the company were informed that their subsidy would be withdrawn, effectively ending the planned 12-performance run. They continued regardless, losing 1700 Deutshe Marks but finishing the performance run. Ensemble Lös Caballeros serves Originale, 2012. Written for and performed by the Hague Originals. The morning of the only scheduled performance (April 11th 2012) Ensemble Lös Caballeros were informed that the performance had to be cut from 38 minutes (the shortest possible duration allowed by Stockhausen) to 10 minutes, or have the piece withdrawn. They continued regardless, performing a freeze for the allotted duration. Re-performance is not limited to the content of the score. Orchestrate the context.

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    • Mahler#1

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      Composed by Renato Ferreira. Commissioned by Ensemble Royaal. Soloist: Alfredo Genovesi. Performed at Royal Conservatoire and Nieuwe Kerk in The Hague. This piece is based in a early song by Mahler.

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      • Royal Conservatoire 2011 Opener and Highlights

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        A short 90 seconds from the 2011 Royal Conservatoire Oboe Concert.

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        • Arunda play Mozart

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          Arunda

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          • Film by Jessica de Boer: Young Talent development - Collaborative Practice

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            From October 2006 to January 2007, a group of pupils from the School for Young Talent of the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague worked with their teachers on realising a cross-arts project. The research group Lifelong Learning in Music (Prince Claus Conservatoire, Groningen and Royal Conservatoire, The Hague) carried out research into this project. The pupils were from mixed disciplinary backgrounds, as were their teachers: music, dance and visual arts (fine arts and design). The challenge for both pupils and teachers was to work together effectively as a team, and to reach the deeper layers of meaning between the arts disciplines.The final presentation during the dance party was a hit – earning the participants world fame within their school. The process was followed and filmed by student assistant Jessica de Boer of the Interarts Faculty. www.lifelonglearninginmusic.org

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            • Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Name Change Event

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              • Name Change Event- CCA Glasgow

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                • Name Change Event- Banff, Aberdeenshire

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                  • Watertight

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                    Musical Theatre students in dress rehearsal for their thriller 'Watertight' written by Douglas Maxwell

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                    • TPA Grad Showcase

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                      Final year Technical and Production Arts student showcase their work.

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