Méndez Martinez & Weisbach

25 september 2018, 12:30-13:00 uur

Méndez Martinez & Weisbach
Itzel Méndez Martinez, hobo
Hannah Weisbach, hobo/Engelse Hoorn


Benjamin Britten 


"Six Metamorphosis After Ovid"
1. Pan
2. Niobe

Hannah Weisbach 



Fran Wilhelm Ferling 


"Trois Duos Concertants"
No.2 - II Poco Adagio
No.1- III Rondo

Luciano Berio 


"Sequenza VII for oboe"

Isang Yun 


IV- Harmonie


Dit concert werd mogelijk gemaakt door Vrienden van Thomas Open

Itzel Méndez Martinez

20180925 1Born in Ensenada, Mexico, Itzel finished her Bachelor’s degree in oboe performance at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam in 2016. Itzel has participated in numerous orchestras including Radio Philharmonic Orkest Nederlands, Orquesta Nacional Carlos Chavez, Orquesta Sinfónica Infantil y Juvenil de México, Nederlands Studenten Orchestra (NSO), National Youth Orchestra Netherlands (NJO) and Orchestra of the Americas (OA) 2017 and 2018 . In 2018, Itzel was invited to perform the piece Extase II by Q.Chen as a soloist in Muziekgebouw aan t'ij, Amsterdam under the baton of Ed Spanjaard and the Score Collective. Additionally, she has participated in projects dedicated to the performance of contemporary music with different ensembles including Lucerne Festival Academy, Ensemble IMPULS in Graz, Austria, and Diamant Fabriek in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Itzel has also participated in masterclasses with musicians including David Walter, Thomas Indermüler, Lucas Macías Navarro, Miriam Pastor, Ronald Perrenoud, Pauline Oostenrijk, Ivan Podyomov, Ernest Rombout, and Hans Wolters. Itzel is currently pursuing her Master’s degree at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and a postgraduate degree in cultural management at the Universidad Metropolitana de México.

Hannah Weisbach

20180925 2Hannah Weisbach was born in Germany. She has studied classical music and psychology and is currently living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. During the last years she is a freelance musician, both playing and teaching music. She has been invited to various countries to play with international ensembles like the Ulysses Ensemble and the Narodowa Orkiestra Symfoniczna Polskiego Radia(Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra). Next to her performances with bigger ensembles shelikes the possibilities chamber music offers. There she is exploring the connections between sound and space through combining music with theater and choreography.