Carl Van Eyndhoven

Photo of CarlCarl Van Eyndhoven graduated in organ and music pedagogy at the Lemmensinstituut (Leuven) and carillon at the Netherlands Carillon School. He has a PhD in seventeenth-century carillon performance practice from Leuven University and is Head of Research (Music & Drama) at the Faculty of the Arts (LUCA - Leuven University).

Carl at the carillon keyboardCarl is president of the Béla Bartók Archives of Belgium, and CEMPER (Expertise Center for the Heritage of Music and Performing Arts). From 2000 to 2012 he was the chairman of the Flemish Carillon Society. He is the carillonneur of the cities of Tilburg (the Netherlands) and Mol (Belgium). He is renowned for his jazz improvisations on carillon and played concerts in Japan, Denmark, the United States, Ireland, Poland, Germany and many others.

Wingate Memorial Summer Carillon Recital Series
Alfred University
Tuesday, July 9, 2019 at 6:00 pm
Carl Van Eyndhoven


  1. Allemande St. Nicolas - Bergamaska - (Dances from the Carillon MS of Théodore de Sany – Brussels 1648)
  2. Regrets (Boston Waltz) - Johan Fr. Pala, (1892 – 1972)
  3. Sonata in B flat major (Preussische Sonaten, 1742) - Carl Ph. E.Bach, (1714 – 1788). Vivace, Adagio, Allegro assai
  4. Improvisation on The Way He Makes Me Feel (Yentl) & Watch What Happens (The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg) - Michel Legrand, (1932 – 2019)
  5. Une Jeune Fillette (“La Monica”) (from the MS of Vincentius de la Faille, Brussels 1625)
  6. Oh Cara Armonica (Introduction, Theme and Variations) (from Il Flauto Magico – W.A. Mozart) - Fernando Sor (1778 – 1839)
  7. Imagine - John Lennon, (1940 – 1980)
  8. Romanian Folk Dances - Béla Bartók, (1881 – 1945)
  9. Swinging Bells! Improvisation on jazz standards: If I Were A Bell, Someday My Prince Will Come, Ain’t Misbehavin'