Jan Duindam

Jan Duindam

Guitarist, singer-songwriter, guitar-teacher, choir-leader, composer. The universe of music is close to my heart and highly accessible to me. It s my mission to open this door to beauty, love also for other people.

Concerts

Concerts

2020 * due to the corona-crisis some of these events have been postponed 8th of December 20.00 Maartenskerk Doorn ‘the magic of trees’ Rev. Teun Kruiswijk – Jan Duindam music 8th and 9th of August Workshop and concert Singing for

brotherHood

brotherHood

As NOE began as a family choir, so brotherHood began by playing and singing with my brothers Nol and Stefan, initially also with my sisters Blanca and Hedwig. We played and sang together as ‘Street band’ (when we were very

The universe of music is close to my heart and highly accessible to me.

It s my mission to open this door to beauty, love also for other people.

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Lessons

Lessons

GUITAR (banjo, ukelele, dulcimer, bouzouki) It is my aim to assist people, children and grownups, to learn to play the music the love. In doing so it it easier to engage their natural musical intelligence.

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What people say

“The Three Pillars” creates the space of the heart through the harmonic languages of the West and the Near East. Jan Duindam is a master of the heart space, allowing the ears of the soul to find East, West and recovery”.

Don G. Campbell Founder of ‘institute for Music, Health and Education’ and author of: ‘Music, physician for times to come’ and ‘The Mozart Effect’

……. your strikingly compelling guitar CD. Very wonderful, especially the way you sustain the mood and flow of 1, 2, 3, 4, my favourite tracks. ‘Quest’ in my imagination calls up both an ancient troubadour and a muezzin chanting a Moorish kind of prayer, a wonderful synthesis of Spanish-Moslem (Moors) 1 find 1 – 4 really haunting, opening and peaceful, yet dynamic! You must have had a lifetime there then. Track 6 is also wonderful and suggestive. You have a marvellous capacity for imagery, not just external. Sound more from the soul. You have a much needed gift for lyricism and heart in a world that is often heartless. 1 believe that we need the deeper kind of flowing, haunting incantations of beautiful music and sustained throughout a CD so as to allow deep journeys and continuous voyage and healing. So many CD’s ‘jump’ from mood to mood and do not sustain vision or flow. You have a real gift for melody, too, which I find few composers have today.

Hal Lingerman author of ‘The Healing energies of music’, ‘Life streams’ and ‘Pythagoras and number’

More info

Some more pages that might interest you

Singing for inner peace
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