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EPTA
  • Henriëtte de Groot & Tjako van Schie perform 3 songs for Omrop Fryslan (may 2016)
  • "The Beetle" - Modest Moussorgsky, Henriëtte de Groot (soprano) & Tjako van Schie (piano), recorded 28-1-2015


  • Videoregistration of part of concert Naaldwijk Oude Kerk, with Erik-Jan de With (soprano sax) (25-1-2015)
    "Di Nakht" - M. Gelbart (arr. Tjako van Schie)


  • Videoregistration of Concert Amstelkerk Amsterdam (16-2-2014)
    With Henk van Twillert (sax), Inese Galante (voice) & Tjako van Schie (piano)


  • Videoregistration "Spanish Peppers" - by Tjako van Schie, piano
    Location: concert at house of Hans Paternotte, Maasdijk, 13 septemeber 2014
    Instrument: restored Rippen Alu Grand Piano, from around 1950's


  • Adriaan Stoet (violin) & Tjako van Schie (piano)
    Track from cd Yiddish music from the ghettos and concentration camps (recorded 1995)


  • Tjako plays the "Aria" (from J.S. Bach - Goldberg Variations BWV 988) (3 november 2013)


  • And another one (from 15 november 2014), Kortenhoef Church


  • Impression of the Tour D'Azul (may-june 2012)
    concerts, schoolconcerts, workshops in Curacao, Aruba, Bonaire and St. Maarten



  • Tjako plays Preludio Religioso from Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle (2012)



  • Tjako van Schie & Orquestra Portuguese de Saxofones play Schumann Piano concerto part 1 (2008)



  • Tjako van Schie & Jan Jaap Nuiver play on 2 pianos (music recorded in 1983 in live concert!)


  • Henk van Twillert & Tjako van Schie play "Balada para un loco" (Piazzolla) at Heineken Jazz Festival Bonaire (2011)



  • Fado Olandese (violin and piano)


  • Tjako plays Chopin 1st Ballad (excerpt) (2009)



  • Alfonso Padilla (sax) & Tjako van Schie (piano) play Sonata from Santiago J. Baez (Porto, 2012)


  • Arno Bornkamp (bariton sax), Alfonso Padilla (soprano sax) & Tjako van Schie (piano) play Montevideo from Guillermo Lago (Porto 2012)