TRIOLINO | TAKADAAAP!

WHAT DOES IT SOUND LIKE?

Together with the musicians of the Jeunesse Oorkaan-Academy Triolino takes the audience into a world of rich tones and melodic figures. Together they explore fascinating instruments and different musical genres. Triolino meets four previously unknown, shiny instruments that are similar yet also very different. With their loud, quiet, low and high tones, they fit perfectly into Triolino's sound collection.

Daniel, Catarina, Pedro and Mafalda are experts at presenting the enchanting sounds of their saxophones and Triolino is transported into a wonderful world of melodies, movements and images. Were all these sound encounters just a dream?

Jeunesse Austria's "Triolino" concerts bring together music, movement and visual art in a unique way. Everything revolves around the development of exciting "staged concerts" that appeal to all senses and actively engage young audiences. The "Triolino" concerts are created through the artistic input of the Jeunesse Hurricane Academy; a collaboration between Oorkaan and Jeunesse, here multi-talented, scintillating young musicians of international excellence are trained in the Oorkaan Method

Advisory age: 3 to 103
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ON STAGE AND BEHIND THE SCENES

ON STAGE AND BEHIND THE SCENES

Size Saxophone Quartet 
Soprano saxophone Daniel Ferreira
Alto Saxophone Catarina Gomes
Tenor saxophone Pedro Silva
Baritone saxophone Mafalda Oliveira

Dance Jasmin Steffl
Stage design and costume Dimana Lateva
Directors Cornelia Voglmayr

The successful Maat Saxophone Quartet was part of the 2022 Jeunesse-Orange Academy. The
musicians all have roots in Portugal, but the ensemble was founded in Amsterdam, where they
all have studied at The Conservatory. In 2022, the talent of this young quartet was rewarded with the Dutch Classical Talent Award.

"The quartet opts for an authentic, surprising presentation with groundbreaking program choices. Musically, they demonstrate perfect ensemble, yet they are also recognizable as individuals. "

THE MUSIC

  • Guillermo Lago - Montevideo (1960)
  • Franz von Suppè Ouvertüre zu "Dichter und Bauer"
    (arr. Daniel Lourenço) (1819-1895)
  • Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy - Capriccio e-Moll op. 81/3 (1809-1847)
  • José Luís Tinoco - No teu puma (*1932)
  • Ferenc Farkas - Lassú aus "Old Hungarian Dances" (1905-2000)
  • Mai Cocopelli - Triolino Song (*1975)

ABOUT THE JEUNESSE HURRICANE ACADEMY

As part of the Jeunesse-Oorkaan-Academy, artistic director trains Caecilia Thunnissen with a few of Oorkaan's regular trainers, musicians and creators in playing and creating theatrical concerts for young audiences. The concerts developed with the "Oorkaan method" have played at the Elbphilharmonie, the Philharmonie Luxembourg, Baden-Baden or the Salzburg Festival and have received numerous international nominations and awards.

The academy consists of master classes spread over six months and participation in Triolino, a series of four concerts by Jeunesse - musik.erleben in cooperation with Wiener Konzerthaus for children as young as 3.

Upcoming concerts

Sun
14
Jul
Oorkaan Ensemble
10:00 am,

Murmurs
De Haere estate, Olst

Tue
27
Aug
The day dad fell
with Matteo Paggi and Aviv Noam
10:00 am,

Tolhuistuin, Amsterdam
Canal Festival

Fri
30
Aug
Takadaaaap!
with the Maat Saxophone Quartet
2:00 p.m.,

Likeminds, Amsterdam
Canal Festival

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