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As stated on the “About” page, organizing small-scale cultural activities, working for cultural heritage venues and museums, is part of how I spend my time.

Past organized activities included visits to Dutch and Belgian museums like the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam Rijksmuseum, Groninger Museum and many more. Museum visits are always with small groups with a diverse and international background.

Recent guided walks included visits to Dutch and Belgian towns including Leiden, The Hague, Utrecht, Brussels, Mechelen, Antwerp, and many others. Groups I take for walks through towns are usually larger with themes ranging from women, history, alms houses to architecture.

If you are interested in joining a museum visit or guided walk, or would like to contact me about writing content for your blog, magazine, cultural section of your paper and writing-related proposals, feel free to get in touch by mailing me at:

katevents.eu@gmail.com

Don’t forget to state in the subject line of your mail, why you are contacting me.

Kind regards,
Kate

 

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3 thoughts on “Contact info

  1. Dear Kate,
    Thank you so much for the nice review that you wrote about Symphonie Atlantique! I really appreciate that you took the time to write about us and I hope to see you at many more of our concerts in the future. May I ask how you heard about us? We are trying to expand our audience and it’s always great to hear about how our name got out! I hope you will write about us again soon.

    Thanks again!
    Rebecca Huber

    • Thank you ms Huber & the ensemble for a very lovely concert. Hope to hear you play more often. I regularly attend early music concerts either as part of the Early Music Festival Utrecht, or by attending as many concerts as possible within the EU. I regularly attend concerts in the Kloosterkerk when I am in The Hague, but may have heard the ensemble in Utrecht as well. Re the Kloosterkerk concert: I regularly organise cultural activities for expat organisations and had posted this concert as an activity for members, several of whom attended & enjoyed it very much.

  2. Dear Kate,

    Stephan Harsono here. I find your reviews a breeze to read, and lot of them give inputs and insight to me as a musician. Thank you! Hopefully I see more of it in the future, and I hope to meet you if possible (since you’ve attended some of my concerts 🙂

    By the way, I will be performing Shostakovich’s 1st piano concerto in Amsterdam (Paradiso, 20 April 2014) with the Nederlands Kamerorkest. Will I see you there?

    Kind regards,

    Stephan

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