Jos van Veldhoven

Conductor. Born 1952
Jos van Veldhoven
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Jos van Veldhoven

Jos van Veldhoven Biography (Wikipedia)

Jos van Veldhoven (born 1952, Den Bosch) is a Dutch choral conductor. He studied musicology at the Rijksuniversiteit of Utrecht, and choral and orchestral conducting at the Royal Conservatory, the Hague. He has been artistic director of the Netherlands Bach Society (Nederlandse Bachvereniging) since 1983. In this capacity he regularly gives performances at home and abroad of the major works of Johann Sebastian Bach and his predecessors and contemporaries. In addition he has been the director since 1976 the Utrechts Barok Consort, which he had founded. With his ensembles he has made a great number of radio, television, and CD recordings, and he has appeared in festivals in the Netherlands, many countries in Western Europe, the United States and Japan.

The New York Times stated that "Mr. van Veldhoven elicits readings in the best current style, lithe and lithing but also muscular, imaginative and spontaneous". He has been described by NRC Handelsblad as "the top ranking Netherlands choral director", and by Trouw as "one of the few Netherlands early music performers...[with] all-important pioneering zeal".

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Johann Sebastian Bach
Erbarme dich (St Matthew Passion)
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Erbarme dich (St Matthew Passion)
Dieterich Buxtehude
Membra Jesu Nostri: IV Ad Latus 'Surge amica mea'
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Membra Jesu Nostri: IV Ad Latus 'Surge amica mea'
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