Preceding the concert, there will be a clothing swap start at 2.15 PM . You are welcome to bring clothing you're no longer wearing (as long as it's in decent condition) to exchange for new (used) items. All sizes/styles are welcome! You are invited to take home as many items as you bring. At the end of the event, any leftover clothes will be donated/recycled responsibly.


This unique program includes 19th-21st century works by De Falla, Piazzolla, Pujol, Brindle and Shaw. Nu Bleu Duo, based in The Hague, features the special combination of guitar and cello.


Spanish popular dance performances awakened Carolina Agudín Muñoz’s interest in Spanish folklore at a very early age. From then on, her interests also include traditional classical music, thus forming an artistic vision that combines both styles. Born in Segovia (Spain), Carolina has studied classical guitar at Segovia Conservatory, Madrid Royal Conservatory, and Royal Conservatory of The Hague. She has participated in several masterclasses with important figures of the guitar world such as Tomas Müller, Marcin Dylla, Margarita Escarpa, Andrea de Vitis, Paolo Pegoraro, and Goran Krivokapic. Furthermore, Carolina has performed as a soloist in prestigious halls across Europe such as the Residencia de Estudiantes and CentroCentro de Cibeles in Madrid.


Leah Plave transcends the traditional role of a cellist, performing not only classical repertoire but electronic, non-western, contemporary, and early music. She frequently works with living composers and enjoys cross-cultural projects. Leah has toured extensively across North America, China, and Europe as a soloist and chamber musician. Based in the Netherlands since 2020, Leah is an Artist in Residence at Studio LOOS (Den Haag), where her research focuses on music for acoustic cello and live electronics. She has performed with award winning ensembles such as Z4 Piano Quartet, Lincoln Center Stage piano quintet, Linen of Words, Vratsa Symphony Orchestra (BG), Theresia Orchestra (IT), Jeune Orchestre Rameau (FR), and Vermont Symphony Orchestra (USA).