The art of the duo for violin and piano is illustrated by means of a selection of virtuoso pieces that often draw inspiration from folk dances.
Thibaut Lenaerts and Philippe Riga invite us to the world of two grandmasters of the song, Gabriel Fauré and Reynaldo Hahn.
Zomer van Sint-Pieter 2019: Replacement program: Shadi Torbey (bass) - Ayrton Desimpelaere (direction)
Annulation: Sophie Karthäuser, Eugène Asti (piano)
Music from the oeuvre of Fanny Mendelssohn and her younger brother Felix. Sung by a widely praised soprano.
Music for two haute-contres, a type of high tenor voice typical of French music from the 16th and 17th centuries.
Diana Baroni Trio: Diana Baroni (voice and traverso), Rafael Guel (vihuela and percussion), Ronald Martin Alonso (viola da gamba)
A tribute to remarkable women from the New World, from the era of colonisation until today.
A journey through the intimate and expressive world of Philippe Hersant.
Chopin played on a Pleyel piano from the 1840s.
Belgian pianist Florian Noack is an ardent defender of Sergei Lyapunov’s work.
An original and colourful programme by Belgian pianist of Turkish origin Işıl Bengi.
Mozart's Quintet is one of the most successful compositions for clarinet and strings.
Roeland Hendrikx (clarinet), Liebrecht Vanbeckevoort (piano), Alexei Moshkov (violin), Nicolas Dupont (violin), Sander Geerts (viola), Han Bin (cello)
Two works illustrating the prominent role played by the clarinet as a solo instrument in traditional Jewish music.
Shirly Laub (violin), Frédéric d'Ursel (violin) Elisabeth Smalt (viola), Amy Norrington (cello), Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden (piano)
It was no surprise that chamber music ensemble Oxalys won the Klara Prize for best ensemble in 2016!
Romain Descharmes (piano), Sébastien Surel (violin), Eric Maria Couturier (cello)
A great admirer of Bach, Mendelssohn not only composed wonderful melodies, but he was also a master of counterpoint.