January/ February 2020 Five oilpaintings for the tone poem ‘Pan’ by Czech composer Vítězslav Novák; in collaboration with pianist Tobias Borsboom; 11 January; RondoM Concerten, Wilhelminaoord; 19 January; De Klankvijver, Voorschoten; 26 January, MuZEEum, Vlissingen; 27 February, De Haagse Kunstkring, The Hague, Netherlands.
Live-painting concert of Novák’s ‘Pan’ at the Haagse Kunstkring, Den Haag on 27 February; 20:00h.
The Sea – from the tone poem ‘Pan’ by Vítězslav Novák, part 3; oil on canvas, 120 x 100 cm, 2019
In the Forest – from the tone poem ‘Pan’ by Vítězslav Novák, part 4; oil on canvas, 120 x 100 cm, 2019
Poster of ‘Vanishing Point’ is now available!
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Original painting: ‘Vanishing Point’, oil on canvas, 200 x 152 cm, 2003
painted by Maryleen in a neo-classical style, inspired by the French Baroque painter Nicolas Poussin.
A selection of PREVIOUS EVENTS
September 2019: ‘Shostakovich Inspired!’ in collaboration with the Fitzwilliam String Quartet. Live musicpainting performance of Shostakovich Tenth String Quartet, at Brecon Theatre, Wales (UK), 29th September
Festival Hay-on-Wye 2019
DSCH Journal announcement of Maryleen’s collaboration with the Fitzwilliam String Quartet
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Website The Fitzwilliam at Hay
Interview with founding-member Alan George (viola) on Shostakovich String Quartets
September 2019: ‘The Art of the Symphony’ – film screening, panel discussion & exhibition; in collaboration with DSCH Films 16 September at 15:00; Europe House in The Hague, Netherlands Organized by Blinibioscoop; Trailer documentary: https://vimeo.com/197099565 Line-up of embassy deputies, the organizers of Blinibioscoop, panelspeakers and moderator at House of Europe, The Hague on 16 September 2019. View Movie page
Panel discussion: introduction by Maryleen;
A new article on musicpaintingLIVE by musicologist and music journalist Olga de Kort was published in the April 2019 edition of Dutch music magazine Piano.Bulletin View page for English translation
December 2018: Hermitage Amsterdam – Festival ‘Winter avonden aan de Amstel’; with pianist Reinis Zariņš in musicpaintingLIVE: view page
Sofia Gubaidulina – Chaconne
Nicolai Medtner – Sonata Reminiscenza No.1, Op.38
Dmitri Shostakovich – Prelude & Fugue No.24, Op.87
Alexander Scriabin – Sonata No.7, Op. 64
HOW video on the structure behind musicpaintingLIVE
musicpaintingLIVE: a new performance genre where classical music unites the piano and canvas in perfect sync. Accomplished artists in their own right, pianist Reinis Zariņš and painter Maryleen Schiltkamp together have created a new dimension to listening. In their performances, masterpieces of piano repertoire are directly translated into stunning artworks which are highly personal yet fully aligned with the musical text. They have presented this unique concept in prestigious festivals and venues in the United Kingdom, Latvia and the Netherlands.
musicpaintingLIVE ‘teaser clip’ with Reinis and Maryleen
“Bold fusion of two creative minds leaving lasting impact of beauty”, – Arturs Maskats, award winning Latvian composer, Cesis 2017
Live performance at Vidzemes Concert Hall, Cesis, Latvia – July 2017:
LIVE concert video of Ravel’s ‘La Valse’
LIVE concert video of Bach Busoni Chaconne
LIVE concert video of Messiaen’s ‘Par Lui Tout A Été Fait’ (Vingt Regards)