Rick Stotijn joins Interartists AmsterdamFebruary 2nd 2017
We’re very proud to announce Rick Stotijn (double bass) will join Interartists Amsterdam with immediate effect.
Rick (34) started playing bass at the age of eight. He studied in Amsterdam and Freiburg and in 2013 he won the prestigious Dutch Music Price.
Rick is very active extending the repertoire for bass as he wants to shed more light on the versatility of the instrument. Rick is a source of inspiration for many composers like Michel van der Aa and Ned Rorem. The world premiere of Reports from the Low Country by Martijn Padding on 31 March 2016 was an overwhelming success. In October 2017 Infinite Rooms by Britta Byström will have its premiere with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. This concerto will be repeated in March 2018 with the South Netherlands Philharmonic.
Rick is much in demand for chamber music. He’s a regular partner for Janine Jansen, Jürgen Kussmaul, his sister Christianne Stotijn, Liza Ferschtman, Bram van Sambeek, Cecilia Bernardini, Tabea Zimmerman, Hugo Ticciati, Philip Graffin and many others. Rick is a regular guest at festivals in Lucerne, Delft, etc.
Rick is founding member of the Stockholm Syndrome Ensemble. This flexible ensemble makes inventive programs which combine Ravel and Couperin for example or a program called Shell Shock in which the focus is on composers who struggled with dealing with the horrors of World War I.
Rick is principle bass at the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra. As guest principle Rick is regularly performing with the London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Europe and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra. Rick is teaching at the Conservatory of Amsterdam and at the Robert Schumann Hochschule Dusseldorf.
Rick performs on a Raffaele & Antonio Gagliano double bass, generously loaned by the National Musical Instrument Foundation.
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