The Organ Class of Albèrt de Klerk. Old St. Bavo Church in Haarlem. April 28th, 1967
One day after the birth of Willem Alexander, the future king. There was quite a bit of revelry outside the church.
From left to right: Kees Rosenhart, Henk Kamphuis, Kees Weggelaar, Gemma Coebergh, Gert Oost, Joop van Beusekom, René Mastenbroek, Heiner Kühner, Dorthy de Rooy, Jos Wielakker, Albèrt de Klerk, Bernard Winsemius.
The organ in the background (Christian Müller built it between 1735 en1738) not only served as a stage prop, we also got real class on this organ.
Concert with Baldrick Deerenberg (recorder).
“Day of the clavichord.” Walloon church (Église Wallonne) Haarlem.
Saturday, September 19th, 1987.
Dutch Clavichord Society presents itself for the first time.
The founders and first directors: from left to right: Kees Rosenhart, Edy Hoekema, Steve Barrell, Nelly van Ree-Bernard, Jan Raas, Koen Vermeij.
August 2001. Landesbildungszentrum, Schloss Weinberg, Kefermarkt, Austria. Fortbildungsacademy (Institute for VET)
Break during the clavichord course we gave there.
From left to right: Koen Vermeij, Nelly van Ree Bernard, Jan Raas, Kees Rosenhart.