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Jan van der Crabben

Jan van der Crabben (born 1964) is a Belgian baritone singer.

Born in 1964 in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Franz Schubert, and others.[2]

He has regularly collaborated in the field of historically informed performance with Sigiswald Kuijken's La Petite Bande. In 2005 he appeared with them in a concert of Bach cantatas at the Rheingau Musik Festival in the Eibingen Abbey, together with Siri Thornhill, Petra Noskaiová and Christoph Genz.[3] He recorded in 2000 Bach's four short Missae with Patrick Peire and the Capella Brugensis.[4]

He was awarded prizes for best "Interpretation of a French Song" and best "Contemporary Music" at the 1990 Concours International d'Oratorio et de Lied in Clermont-Ferrand and was a semi-finalist at the 1996 Queen Elisabeth Music Competition in Brussels.[2]

References

  1. ^ Brévignon, Pierre (2001-03-22). "Le Promenoir des deux amants". Parutions.com (in French). Retrieved 2007-05-30. 
  2. ^ a b Oron, Aryeh (2007-03-15). "Jan van der Crabben (Baritone)". bach-cantatas. Retrieved 2007-05-30. 
  3. ^ "Rheingau - La Petite Band. Sigiswald Kuijken, Leitung".  
  4. ^ "Patrick Peire & Capella Brugensis & Collegium Instrumentale Brugense". bach-cantatas. 2005. Retrieved 26 September 2010. 


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