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This week in 'Muziek', a few flashbacks to performances in Puur Noord, by musicians from the Northern Netherlands.

Muziek (Music)

Episode 125: Muziek op het podium

First aired: Saturday, 2 July 2016 at 17.40 hours

This week in 'Muziek', a few flashbacks to performances in Puur Noord, by musicians from the Northern Netherlands.

Heleen Roosdorp – Door jou (from Friesland)
This humble singer-songwriter gives many people a warm feeling. In the past she has been the support act of artists like Nick & Simon, the 3JS and Thomas Berge. Not only does she perform her written work herself, she writes songs for other artists as well. Her song ‘Get better’, sung by Sandra van Nieuwland, reached the iTunes top30. On Puur Noord Heleen sang a sweet ballad with a personal touch.

Website: www.heleenroosdorp.nl
Facebook: Heleen Roosdorp
Twitter: @HeleenRoosdorp

Four Flutes – Children of Sanchez (from Friesland)
Four ladies, Betty, Janine, Leontien and Simone, who play a versatile repertoire on their flutes. Each four of them have been sharing a passion for music for years. In 2007 they joined forces and that’s how the Four Flutes was established. In April they won the first price at the Benelux Fluitconcours. Reason enough to invite them to play on Puur Noord.

Website: www.fourflutes.nl
Facebook: Fluitkwartet “Four Flutes”

Senna Black – When you lose someone (from Friesland)
The fact Friesland has even more musical talents, is proved once more by Senna Black. As a teenager she sang a lot, but when she started an education at the Conservatory, she revealed herself as a true composer too. She gets inspired by events in her own life and the lives of others, sometimes with a dark overtone. Senna Black leaves a deep impression on her listeners, like she did on Puur Noord.

Website: www.sennablack
Facebook: Senna Black
Twitter: @Sennablackmusic


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