15.5 C
Utrecht
Thursday, 22 October 2020
No menu items!
Home News Entertainment Utrecht welcomes Jan and Anny

Utrecht welcomes Jan and Anny

Last updated 2 years ago by Jon Wilkins

On Saturday March 23, 2019 the duo Jan Keizer and Anny Schilder will be performing at the Fletcher Hotel-Restaurant Nieuwegein-Utrecht in Nieuwegein!

Mention the names of Jan Keizer and Anny Schilder and millions of people at home and abroad will respond with three letters: BZN. That is not strange.

As figureheads of BZN, they caused a scene between 1976 and 1984 and scored an endless series of hits.

Although their roads separated in 1984, their musical heritage has remained alive to this day.

The reunification of the two has been a huge success. In 2010 the album ‘Together Again’ came out with, among other things, the hit ‘Take Me To Ibiza’.

Two years later the album ‘The Two Of Us’ followed. The recognizable sound of the duo hit the Netherlands but also in Belgium, South Africa, Romania and Hungary. Meanwhile, they are a number of albums and the duo has performed many performances at home and abroad.

Jan and Anny come to Nieuwegein with their ‘Grand Finale’. This will be the last year that Jan and Anny will tour together. And so maybe it will be your last chance to see them in action together.

Take a look at the hotel site for more information about the many events of Fletcher Events.

Previous articleA Scotsman in Utrecht
Next articleApple in Utrecht
Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins
Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Popular in the last 7 days

Rietveld Schröder House: an iconic masterpiece

Rietveld Schröder House is an iconic masterpiece of the architecture world. Although, to the average public, it is just a pretty house....

CoronaMelder app officially live across the Netherlands

While each of us are trying to do our part to combat the corona virus, another tool has been released to help...

Artificial intelligence: hope for climate change?

Climate researchers from the Utrecht University, in collaboration with other scientists, are paving the way for a revolution in the study of...

Utrecht University develops online therapy for COVID-19-related grieving

The pandemic seems far from over. After a more relaxed summer, the number of new cases soared. For some of us this...

More from this Author

Utrecht Central welcomes Smera to Utrecht

A different kind of interview today, for as well as being an Indian in Utrecht, Smera is also the newest recruit to...

Hunt The Monster of Utrecht and learn about the city

Great news for all you questers out there! A mobile app is now getting more and more people to go out and explore our great...

A Canadian in Utrecht

Today we speak to our first Canadian in Utrecht. Lisa moved to Utrecht from Ottawa, the capital of Canada. Her hometown is Calgary, which is...

This week in 1967 King Willem-Alexander was born

On April 27 1967, Willem-Alexander, King of the Netherlands was, born here in Utrecht and so we will celebrate Kings Day on Saturday, April...