Erik Voermans (1958) is one of those people who writes down what you think yourself, but would never air publicly. The music editor of Het Parool likes to pose as your unsuspecting neighbour's boy, watching the music world with amazement. Take the phenomenon of opera: 'That's when someone with a knife in his taas walks around for half an hour singing that he's dying.' When he is allowed to interview the famous avant-gardist Pierre Boulez, he faithfully mentions how excited he is about this. En passant, he confesses his naa...
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