Joachim Eijlander performs as soloist and chambermusician in Europe, Asia and the United States.
Joachim has performed alongside ensembles and musicians including the Borodin quartet, Lisa Larsson, Robert Holl, Solomiya Ivakhiv, Klara Wurtz, Inon Barnatan, Karl Leister and Olivier Patey. Joachim Eijlander has collaborated with composers Henri Dutilleux, György Kurtag, Sofia Gubaidulina, Louis Andriessen and Joey Roukens.
In 2015 he recorded the cellosuites by J.S. Bach
and in 2017 the caprices by A. Piatti and J. dall’Abaco on cd for the label Navis Classics. In 2020, the newest album “Dark Fire », with music by A. Saygun, a. Tsintsadze and G. Cassadó, was published by label TRPTK. The albums were highly praised in the international press. Joachim was a regular guest in the international music festivals of Sitka Alaska, El Paso Texas, Prussia Cove (GB), Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Germany). He performed in halls such as Philharmonie and Konzerthaus Berlin, Tonhalle Zürich, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Philadelphia Chambermusic society, and in New York.
Joachim holds positions as Cello professor at the « Institut royal supérieur de musique et de pédagogie » a Namur, Belgium, and at Codarts Rotterdam. Joachim is representative of the low strings department at Codarts, and teacher at the Dutch Stringquartet Academy. Joachim has taught as a guest teacher at Indiana University, Texas University, Kansas University, Milwaukee Conservatoire, Oklahoma University, the Ljubljana Conservatoire in Slovenia and at international festivals. Joachim was founder of the internationally acclaimed Rubens Quartet, which existed from 2000 until 2014. The quartet won many international prizes and toured extensively in Europe and the USA. Joachim Eijlander plays on an exceptional Italian cello made in Rome in 1755 by an anonymous master.
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