PRoGRaM Days Stages Program Fri. 21 JulySat. 22 JulySun. 23 July Het VeldHet WeilandDe BosplekSOLODe SchuurDichter onder de Boom Child activity Program View full program Wonderfeel Festival Orchestra with Hawijch Elders Sun. 17 July 2022 19:45 - 20:45, Het Veld Could music bring peace? The Ukrainian-Dutch composer Maxim Shalygin wrote Drop after drop at the initiative of Wonderfeel for Festivals for Compassion, to unite musicians across Europe in solidarity and compassion for Ukraine. The work for (string) quartet has now been performed at different places in Europe, and in this closing concert it will be performed in a version for strings by the string players of the Wonderfeel Festival Orchestra. It’s combined with the Egmont Overture on one side – a work in which Beethoven speaks out against the territorial craze of Napoleon during the French Wars – and Dvořák’s Violin Concerto on the other side. The young violin virtuoso Hawijch Elders – who is winning international prizes left and right – takes you with her through the most beautiful melodies Dvořák ever composed. Can music bring peace? Well, at least let it be a symbol for connection through beauty. Share this page: SOLO Sunday Liubov TitarenkoDorp Saturday, Sunday Knutselen met JacobDe Schuur Friday DOCU: LichtDe Schuur Saturday European Festivals Forest Program of 2023 When are the festival grounds open for the public? What is the price of a ticket? What do the different stages entail? Is there kids’ programming?