Tonight, two Dutch and a German enter the battle scene for the prize of the Improvisation Competition.

David Kiefer (D), Wouter van der Wilt and Harmen Trimp (NL): these are the three musicians who will try to win the most important improvisation prize in the world tonight. Each finalist receives two assignments, which remain secret until an hour before play.
The prize consists of a unique pen drawing of the Müller organ by Barend Klaassen, a cash prize of € 4.000 and a series of concerts. An Audience Award (€ 1.000, sponsored by Flentrop Orgelbouw) and, if the jury decides unanimously, a prize for the best improvisation of the Festival (€ 750) will also be awarded immediately after the jury deliberation.

The Final starts at 20 p.m. in the Grote or St. Bavo Church. There are still tickets available!

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