What has keys but can’t listen to the beauty it unlocks? A piano. Fortunately, you yourself are able to experience this beauty, performed by pianist Manual Sanguino. Our first live concert with a live audience in a loooooong time.
Let’s drift away on beautiful classical sounds this afternoon. For classical music connoisseurs, Manuel Sanguino will play Beethoven’s Sonata No.31 Op.110 (first movement); Chopin’s Scherzo No.2; and Los requiebros, Coloquio en la reja, and El amor y la muerte from Granados’ Goyescas.
Manuel Sanguino was born in 1998 in the Dominican Republic and moved to the Netherlands in 2010, winning many prizes,, among them the prestigious ‘Prinses Christina Concours’. He has played all the big concert halls in the Netherlands.
This concert is organized in collaboration with student culture association Quadrivium.
This program will take place on campus for a limited number of visitors only; this number is determined by what we can accommodate according to the Covid-19 measures. Making a reservation via the website (black "order" button) is therefore mandatory if you want to attend this program on campus.
SG & USE registration
You can register for SG&USE right away when attending the program on campus. This can be done by scanning your student card at the venue before the start of the program.
More information about SG & USE can be found here.