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Rob Goorhuis

Born: 1948
Country: Netherlands

Rob Goorhuis was born at Amsterdam.
He studied Piano, Organ, Choir and Orchestra Conducting and as main subject Music Theory at the conservatories of Utrecht, Arnhem and Tilburg.
For many years he was active as a conductor and instrumentalist. Among conducting various choirs and orchestras he participated in numerous radio and television broadcasts in the Netherlands and abroad.
He also conducted for a few years the Utrecht Accompaniment Orchestra, which ensemble played in concerts trough-out the country.
As organ and harpsichord player he performed not only in the entire Netherlands, but also in Belgium, France, Italy, Germany and Poland.
He participated in the permanent ensembles Dialogo Musicale and Ensemble Sanssouci. He gave special concerts with Dialogo Musicale at the Festival of Ancient Music in Utrecht and with the Hannover Knabenchor at the Walloon Festival in Liège. On behalf of the Westdeutsche Rundfunk he played parts of the Buxheim Orgelbuch.
He made international tours with the Utrecht Students Choir and served for a number of years as the regular organ and harpsichord player of the Utrecht Barock Consort.

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Fnugg Red on Hong Kong "national" TV. Ben Pierce and I was interviewed and played a world premiere of the duet version of Fnugg Red last week. Much fun!
Sheet music available here: http://www.ovationmusic.com/fnuggredeuphoniumandtuba
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Last week’s Asia Tuba Euphonium Festival at the Chinese University of Hong Kong featured around 50 players from Norway, the United States, Korea, Japan, Thailand and Taiwan. While they were here, tuba players, Øystein Baadsvik from Norway and Benjamin Pierce from the United States came in to talk to fellow brass musician, Ben Pelletier. ASIA Tuba Euphonium Festival 2017 #ØysteinBaadsvik #BenjaminPierce #Tuba #Euphonium #LowBrass #Multiphonics #LipBeat #Fnugg

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Looking forward to the Asia Tuba Euphonium festival this week! On my way to Hong Kong. ... See MoreSee Less

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The bell of the tuba fell off (!) while I walked off the stage in Canada yesterday. In front of a horrified audience I chased the bell as it bounced over the stage. I managed to grab it just before it rolled over the stage edge. Incredibly there was no damage to it. Not even a small dent. Solid german quality from Miraphone!
Backstage, my friend Lance Nagel immediately awarded me the No-bell prize 😂
Must remember to tighten those screws next time...
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