Anton Mecht Spronk (cello)

Dutch Classical Talent

Dutch Classical Talent Anton Mecht Spronk (cello)

As young as he is, cellist Anton Mecht Spronk has already been showered with prestigious awards. He is no stranger to renowned concert halls such as Carnegie Hall either. Since 2016 he has even had his own international festival: Eggenfelden classic in Germany, of which he is the artistic director.

This young talent has already been showered with awards internationally

It was therefore no great surprise that the jury reported: "He is lord and master of his instrument, like a tightrope walker who does not stagger. '' and spirited pieces.

 

The Dutch Classical Talent jury about Anton Mecht Spronk:
'Cello party Anton Mecht Spronk is lord and master of his instrument, like a tightrope walker who does not falter. It has a beautiful full tone and great ease of play. His playing has impact from the first note, he grabs you by the neck! "

Sun 21 Mar 2021
Theater aan het Vrijthof:
Bovenzaal
11:30
Price € 16
Classical - Classical
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Program

Kodály
Hungarian folk music

Cassadó
Spanish temprament

O'Connor
American fiddle music

Sollima
A sparkling work

Dutch Classical Talent Anton Mecht Spronk (cello) Dutch Classical Talent Anton Mecht Spronk (cello)

 

As a talent trajectory, Dutch Classical Talent is a household name in the Dutch classical music world. The laureates of Dutch Classical Talent include numerous renowned names such as Tania Kross, Lavinia Meijer, Nora Fischer, Van Baerle Trio and the Berlage Saxophone Quartet.

You can hear the top musicians of tomorrow here

A professional jury selects four top talents via auditions. These four young musicians develop in a coaching program and tour the twelve largest concert halls in the Netherlands to put their name on the map. Their programs are stimulating, topical, moving and spectacular. This year a varied mix, namely a singer, a percussion duo, a pianist and a cellist. Here you can hear the top musicians of tomorrow.

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Marco Borggreve