Since 2003 Pieter van Leeuwen joins as band coach and musical leader. He is experienced researcher and teacher of social professionals in how to work with creativity, especially music in coaching, lecturing, training and team building at the HAN University of applies sciences (Nijmegen, NL).
Strong education professional with a focus in music at ArtEZ University of the Arts (Arnhem, NL).
Pieter sings, plays keyboards, guitars, rhythm to tuba in groups, bands and orchestras. He arranges music when necessary and enjoys humor.
From 2007 Anke Kuiper joins as choirmaster. She is also an experienced music teacher (piano).
She prepares the repertoire for the choir, that varies from pop and rock to opera and baroque.
Anke leads the choir-singing in an enthusiastic and stimulating way.
Like in the music we make, she demands no level or experience from participants.
Anke even convinced musicians that thought never to like singing at all, to join the choire.
Renske van Ebbenhorst joined in as base player, singer, accordionist, coach, producer of performances and sound-engineer. She works with disabled children on music and theatre. She likes small baffling things and circus.
Wim van der Zanden joined in as guitar player, singer and coach for and assistant in music groups.
Like many others… over the years many more participants returned and started assisting. So don’t be surprised if the same happens to you.
John Miltenburg, musician (keys) singer and management consultant, got to like Creuse Nature in the nineties. His children felt happy there too. When he played the piano in the bar, others often joined me there.
From 2002 he started to announce to his friends and others in what week he planned to stay there. That was the start of Fields of Gold.
Fields of Gold France is an initiative of JMO, Vinkenburgstraat 1a, Utrecht (NL), Chamber of Commerce number 301219223.
All of us enjoy our holidays at Fields of Gold. None of us gets paid. We chose to keep it that way. to anchor our commitment and creativity at the highest level. And to keep financial thresholds modest for participants.