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Nicole Terborg

Nicole Terborg - foto Raul Neijhorst
Nicole Terborg - foto Raul Neijhorst

(1976, Nijmegen) is a journalist and presenter. She has worked for television and radio programmes of NTR, VPRO, the Dutch World Service and Radio West. In addition to her work in broadcasting Nicole hosts and leads varying meetings: from debates and congresses to literary festivals and other cultural events. She completed three studies: Journalism at the Hogeschool van Utrecht, Religion and the Philosophy of Life at the Free University in Amsterdam and a Master's Degree in Journalism in a Crossmedial News Surroundings at the Media Academie.

(WU 2012 GRGR)

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  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 1

    Poetry Jam

    An on-stage meeting of Trio Koenijn and Najiba Abdellaoui in music and poetry. They nor we know exactly what will happen. Only the frames have been set within which it is the improvisation which determines the rhythm of the encounter.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 2

    Rode Rozen (Red Roses)

    Rode Rozen makes intimate musical theatre and looks for an autonomous  combination between text and music. Composer Allard van den Bremen and theatre writer Renée van Marissing earlier made performances for the Van Gogh Museum, among others, and bimonthly convert impressions which they've had with a piece of visual art into text, music and sound. Tonight the source of inspiration is Another Country by writer James Baldwin. In Dutch.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 1

    Extaze - debutants from The Hague

    Cor Gout of the The Hague liiterary magazine Extaze selected six debutants, who read from their own work: Ronnie Krepel, Gertrude Kunze, Nina Roos, Murat Tuncel, Theo van der Wacht and Hugo Wapperom. Host: Paul van der Gaag. Dutch spoken.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 2

    Music: Zou Diarra & Basile Maneka

    Singer and poet ('griot') Zoumana Diarra in an irresistible duet with singer, guitarist and composer Basile Maneka.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 2

    Thought for the Festival

    We conclude this edition of the festival with a comforting, humorous, or fatalistic last festival thought by Rodaan Al Galidi, before we dance into the night. Rodaan Al Galidi attends the whole Writers Unlimited Winternachten festival and will share his observations with you in his own inimitable way. A nightcap for those home-bound. A boost for those diving into that winter's night. In Dutch.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 2

    Writers reading

    Enjoy the work of the writers you have come to see. They read old and new work.  Without further ado and without discussion, introduced by Nicole Terborg. Dutch and English.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 1

    Writers reading

    Enjoy the work of the writers you have come to see. They read old and new work. Without further ado and without discussion. In English.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 2

    Who's Afraid of Youth

    Pupils of Haags Montessori Lyceum and het Diamant College climb the stage and recite poems of their own. More than ten hours of poetry lessons they have behind them. Inspiration came from poet Maarten Inghels, who visited them in class and read poetry with them. Then they started working with the teachers of Huis van Gedichten. After a lot of writing, crossing out, expanding and cutting down the pupils now read their finest verse at the festival. Maarten Inghels performs with them. Host: Nicole Terborg. A programme in cooperation with Huis van Gedichten. In Dutch.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 2

    Shortlist VSB Poetry Prize

    Days before the announcement of the winner of the VSB Poetry Award, the five nominees read at the festival. Peter Ghyssaert, Jan Lauwereyns, Willem Jan Otten, Erik Spinoy and Anne Vegter will recite their work. The VSB Poetry Award is being organised by our colleagues from Poetry International in Rotterdam. In Dutch.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 1

    Trio Koenijn

    Wilko Sterke (piano and sax), Frank van Kasteren (guitar) and philosopher Koenijn sing melancholic and oldfashioned as well as brand new songs. Trio Koenijn is part of the Circus Treurdier, a young musical theatre company made up of graduates of drama schools and theatre institutions.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 1

    Who's Afraid of Youth

    Pupils of SG Johan de Witt and Lyceum Ypenburg climb the stage and recite poems of their own. More than ten hours of poetry lessons they have behind them. Inspiration came from poet Marjolijn van Heemstra, who visited them in class and read poetry with them. Then they started working with the teachers of Huis van Gedichten. After a lot of writing, crossing out, expanding and cutting down the pupils now read their finest verse at the festival. Marjolijn van Heemstra performs with them. Host: Nicole Terborg, musical accompaniment by Trio Koenijn. A programme in cooperation with Huis van Gedichten. In Dutch.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 1

    Mad as Hell - part 2

    Hadjar Ben Miloud, Massih Hutak and Nii Ayikwei Parkes enter the stage one by one and for a couple of minutes turn off their sense of nuance, eventualities, 'perhaps this could be seen from another perspective' and other footnotes. On stage it is the belly of literature speaking. Of course they remain men and women of letters, so expect an eloquent, passionate avalanche of words. Warning: not for the tenderhearted. In English and Dutch.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 1

    Mad as Hell - part 3

    Joumana Haddad and Özcan Akyol enter the stage one by one and for a couple of minutes turn off their sense of nuance, eventualities, 'perhaps this could be seen from another perspective' and other footnotes. On stage it is the belly of literature speaking. Of course they remain men and women of letters, so expect an eloquent, passionate avalanche of words. English and Dutch.

  • Winternachten 2012 – Winternacht 1

    Mad as Hell - part 1

    rantverb (used without object) 1.  to speak or declaim extravagantly or violently; talk in a wild or vehement way What happens if the rules of good taste, false decency and rippling nuance are put aside? If for a matter of minutes the heart is worn on the sleeve and a spade is called a spade? You will be introduced by actress Khadija Massaoudi to the world of passionate fulmination: the ranting sessions. He explains what the rules of the game are and of course will produce a specimen of ranting himself to get an impression, after which several writers and poets enter the stage. In Dutch.

  • Winternachten 2004 – WINTERNACHT 2

    Surinam, land of my dreams

    After growing up in Surinam the poets Antoine de Kom and Raj Ramdas chose a future in the Netherlands. However the Surinamese author Tessa Leuwsha - her debut novel wil appear in 2004 - grew up in the Netherlands, and chose a future in the country of her parents, Surinam. Three authors discuss the role that the Netherlands and Surinam play in their work. What are the dreams and ideals that are important for them?

  • Tournee NL 2003

    Winternachten Bijlmer

    With: Christine Otten, Cynthia McLeod, Gibi Bacilio, Marylin Simons, Nicole Terborg

    No better poet and performer than Gibi Bacilio from Curaçao. He performs together with the Surinamese writer Marylin Simons, winner of the Kwakoe literature prize, Cynthia McLeod from Suriname and the Dutch novelist and rapping poet Christine Otten. Moderated by Nicole Terborg. Dutch spoken. An evening organised in co-operation with Krater Theater Bijlmer (www.krater.nl).

    Tickets: 020 6952911