PRoGRaM Days Stages Program Fri. 15 JulySat. 16 JulySun. 17 July Het VeldHet WeilandDe BosplekSOLODichter onder de BoomDe Schuur Child activity Program Time table Oops, no results for filters. Please try some other filters View full program Ferschtman & Mikdad – Kreutzer Sonata Sun. 18 July 2021 17:30 - 18:30, Het Veld Though the name may suggest otherwise, the famous violinist Kreutzer has absolutely nothing to do with Beethoven’s sonata named after him. The Kreutzer Sonata was written for Bridgetower, also known as the Paganini of his age and a so-called mulatto. “Per uno mulattico lunatico” was written above the notoriously difficult score. But when they fell out, Ludwig instead gave the piece to Kreutzer, who found it to be unplayable. We have finally managed to get Liza Ferschtman to our festival, as well as Aidan Mikdad – the shining prodigy of our very first Wonderfeel Festival Orchestra performance in 2016 – and together they form the perfect duo for this spectacular piece. Liza Ferschtman, violinAidan Mikdad, piano Kreutzer SonataLudwig van Beethoven Photo ©Marco Borggreve Share this page: Het Weiland Saturday, Sunday Oorkaan and Percossa stick(s) togetherDichter onder de Boom Saturday Gennip & Vercammen – Natuurlijk was er een leeuwHet Weiland Sunday Amsterdam Andalusian OrchestraHet Weiland Sunday Pitou & Stargaze – High Dive What will be different on Wonderfeel 2022? What is the price of a ticket? What do the different stages entail? Is there Childrens’ programming?