Agenda 2022


  • Saturday 9 July from 1 p.m.: public rehearsal in the church of Obergum (Winsum).
  • In 2021 Moderato Cantabile celebrated its 20th anniversary. The Jubilee Concert Triptych was performed at three locations in the three northern provinces, with works by the three composers Zbigniew Preisner, Arvo Pärt and Nana Tchikhinashvili.

         * Saturday evening, June 18 at 8 p.m. in the Martinikerk in the city of Groningen
         * Sunday afternoon, June 19 at 3 p.m. in the Parish Church in Heerenveen (Fr.)
         * Saturday evening, June 25 at 8 p.m. in the Koepelkerk van Veenhuizen (Dr.)

  • Wednesday evening May 4 in the Martinikerk in the city of Groningen the choir performed at the invitation of the Stichting 4 Mei Herdenking Groningen. See the program here.
  • On April 10 in the Maartenskerk in Kollum (Fr.) the choir performed the Opmaat concert. You could hear works by Nystedt, Gjeilo, Ticheli, Tchikhinashvili and works from the ‘Vespers’ by Rachmaninoff. 

Agenda 2021


  • March 28 at 2:00 p.m.: performance during ‘An hour of eternity’ as a prelude to the anniversary concerts in the Sint Jozef Cathedral in Groningen. Canceled due to COVID-19
  • Saturday evening April 17 at 8 p.m.: concert Triptych in the Koepelkerk of Veenhuizen (Dr.). Canceled due to COVID-19
  • Sunday afternoon April 18 at 3 p.m.: concert Triptych in the Parish Church in Heerenveen (Fr.). Canceled due to COVID-19
  • Saturday evening April 24 at 8 p.m.: concert Triptych in the Martini Church in the city of GroningenCanceled due to COVID-19
  • Sunday afternoon, September 19, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM: public rehearsal in the Baptist church, Groningen

In November there was another opportunity to attend a concert:

  • Sunday afternoon, November 14 at 3 pm: concert Opmaat in the Willibrorduskerk in Vilsteren (Ov). This concert had been invited by the Concert Committee Landgoed Vilsteren.
  • Sunday afternoon 21 November at 3 pm: concert Opmaat in the Margarethakerk in Norg (Dr.). This concert had been invited by the Cultural Council of Norg.