Kate blogs on the arts and culture. Posts include reviews of  museums, exhibitions, art, literature, performances, festivals, as well as adventures in Europe. This blog is a source for tourists visiting Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and other corners of the EU, as well as armchair visitors.

Kate is a multi-lingual journalist and arts and culture contributor, as well as translator. She has won prizes for columns, illustrations based on children’s books and literary translations. International websites and traditional media, publish her posts and articles.

Posts from this blog have been featured and re-posted on sites including:
– The Merovingian Kingdoms and similar specialist (web)sites;
– Utrecht Early Music Festival;
– art, culture, antiques magazines and websites;
– websites of artists, performers, museums; including the Scroll Ensemble.

Kate worked for museums in a variety of roles. These Museums included the Rembrandt House Museum, Mauritshuis and others.

Before becoming interested in Cultural Heritage and History of Arts, Kate had successful careers in HRM and IT. A fully qualified teacher of English, Kate also taught at teacher training colleges, international schools and (special-need) secondary schools.

Kate’s contributions appear under her pen-names. A member of several readers’ groups and libraries, Kate is addicted to reading and literature as well as to the arts, history, culture, music, languages, travelling, dogs, cats, good friends, good food, good wines – and an awful lot more.

Please note that as stated at the bottom of each post, all words and pictures: copyright © C.B. Deni unless otherwise credited. All rights reserved.

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    • Thanks! With all the concerts on offer each day, it is always difficult to choose. I somehow managed to miss out on a cembalo concert and a harp concert. Am still miffed about this. 😉 However, many of the ensembles can be heard live during concerts throughout the EU. Keep an eye on their websites or facebook pages!
      Next year’s theme will be England, so plenty Dowland and others – as well as Purcell!

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