March 30, 2010

last weekend

red room with Marlies Dekkers"s garter belt ( I normally do not wear the garter for the concert thought....)

This is our new SUNKEN SUQARE in Heerlen. Aha, I see a journalist taking a memo for the paper.

Marieke and I were invited to TV program to talk about 'wasted' on Thursday. Another guest for the program was Uri Geller!!!


March 25, 2010

2 more days for opening


March 24, 2010

3 more day for opening


March 23, 2010

4 more days for opening

photo K

March 22, 2010

FREE dress to buy




5 days more for opening


March 21, 2010

6 days more for opening

second day of holiday???
behind of the photographer (me), there are so many things happening. you can not believe it!!!


March 20, 2010

7 days more for opening

looks like we had holiday today,,, nono.

March 19, 2010

8 days more for opening


March 18, 2010

9 days more for opening


March 17, 2010


In Heereln there is a department store,called Berden. Berden used to be in the building of Shunck where we have exhibition of 'wasted' from 26th March. Now Berden has invited us to make our showcase in their show window.

March 16, 2010

Villa (?)

1st day in Heerlen. This is the house for 'wasted' team coming 2 weeks. Looks like a villa from outside.

March 14, 2010

coming soooon

The poster & flyer, DONE.
The unload of transport form Indonesia, DONE!!!!!
The music track for concert, DONE.
The video clip (almost) , DONE.
The sending a news letter, DONE.
The time schedule, DONE.
The booking house, DONE.
The sending the invitation, DONE. ( I believe).
Thank you Marieke and Annelot. x.

Coming Monday I am taking the train to Heerlen where we have an European première of "wasted". The member of CUT (Chiba University Team) are joining us from Japan, Belgium and Switzerland. So we will have 2 weeks of preparation periode.
Let's have (also) fun!


March 11, 2010

WG Kunst 7th March 2010

March 03, 2010

seattle chamber players

Just got nice review on the concert in Seattle last weekend.


´´Compared to Saturday’s performances, the first night of this year’s festival demanded the most from listeners. Tomoko Mukaiyama teamed up with SCP for two world premieres — Michiel Mensingh’s “Style Wars V, Minimal Madness” and Yannis Kyriakides‘ “Satellites.” Mukaiyama is an accomplished pianist — that was obvious enough by her playing — but ten years ago, she branched out from behind the clavier to become a visual artist as well. It’s hard to say how much of an impact this experience has made on her playing. I noticed a fastidious attention to color and shape in her playing. Phrases glided and pounced. Notes bristled with urgency and lingered in the air. In both pieces, music was transformed into art greater than just the notes in a score.´´