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Apart from my experiences in the worlds of classical music and early music, The Heckeler centers around entrepreneurial skills for the classical musician and runs features on new ensembles, as well as some more established ones.

Owner: Andrew_Burn

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Latest Blog Posts for The Heckeler - Classical Music in Ottawa and Beyond

  • Eubo's Big Bash in Bruges
    on Aug 2, 2013 in EUBO On Tour
    After completing our second full day of rehearsals in Bruges towards our biggest program of the year, Handel: A Royal Celebration, the hotels in Bruges are especially full. The program includes Handel's four coronation anthems (1727), the B...
  • Zadar
    on Jul 30, 2013 in EUBO On Tour
    Walking through the streets of Zadar one gets the distinct feeling that the city has had a rather mixed history. For over twenty-five hundred years Zadar has existed under threat from the outside interests. From the Romans, to various barbarians, the...
  • Through the Pyrenees
    on Jul 26, 2013 in EUBO On Tour
    As we take the long and winding road to Andorra from Puigcerdà I can't help but feel a strong sense of nostalgia. The route through the Pyrenees is one surrounded by hills below tree line, and it is only occaisionaly that we get a glimpse of the gre...
  • EUBO Takes to the Skies
    on Jul 25, 2013 in EUBO On Tour
    Zefira passing time at the gate. Wednesday morning. An early breakfast, a quick double-check of our hotel rooms and then the orchestra headed to the bus for Luxembourg airport. Leaving exactly on time at 8:15 (something, I gather, worth noting)...
  • Puicerdà
    on Jul 25, 2013 in EUBO On Tour
    Lying near the top of a mountain, Puigcerdà's old city centre overlooks a vast valley in Catalonia. The air is fresh, the temperature perfect. The inner city is a mix of old and new; the narrow streets carve themselves out from the mass of edifices...
  • Puigcerdà
    on Jul 25, 2013 in EUBO On Tour
    Lying near the top of a mountain, Puigcerdà's old city centre overlooks a vast valley in Catalonia. The air is fresh, the temperature perfect. The inner city is a mix of old and new; the narrow streets carve themselves out from the mass of edifices...
  • 2 Guys, 3 Sandals
    on Jul 22, 2013 in EUBO On Tour
    Guillermo, cello, and Roldán, violin, went down to the river yesterday evening for a swim. We had all learned from previous trips to the banks of the river that the rocky bed wasn't very comfortable to walk on barefoot so the dynamic duo decided to...
  • Missing in Action
    on Jul 19, 2013 in EUBO On Tour
    Rafael, one of Eubo's three violists, came to Luxembourg by plane this past Monday. Unfortunately for him, his luggage was lost and he had to cope for the first day of rehearsals with what he managed to carry with him on the plane. Yesterday, Wednesd...
  • Rehearsing in Full
    on Jul 18, 2013 in EUBO On Tour
    After a full day of strings-only rehearsals, the orchestra was joined Wednesday evening by its three reed players. Lucky for me, I managed to arrive to listen to the tail-end of the final rehearsal and meet the group as they headed out for a picnic b...
  • Packing for EUBO
    on Jul 13, 2013 in EUBO On Tour Andy's Handy Hints
    Basel, July 14, 2013. Packing for a three-week tour takes quite a bit of planning, especially if it's your first. This Monday will see the first assembling of The European Union Baroque Orchestra of 2013 at Echternach, a village in the Duchy of Luxe...
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