This concert was originally planned in May 2020 but was postponed to 2021 due to the coronavirus. All ticketholders were notified personally.
The new date remains subject to any further security measures. We therefore do not sell additional tickets. As soon as there is more certainty about the organization of the new date, we will decide whether to start an additional sale.
The intimate church of Park Abbey will be the setting of 'DeVespers', a series of concerts on Sunday afternoon with music written for the age-old evening prayer service.
Currende has opted for Franco-Flemish polyphony. From the rich repertoire, artistic leader Erik Van Nevel has selected some gems from the second half of the 16th century which will evoke the peacefulness and intensity of a Renaissance vesper service.
Subsequently, carillon player Luc Rombouts will play a concert in the open air. You can enjoy this 17th-century programme in the abbot's garden (close to the entrance of the Parcum museum).
artistic direction Erik Van Nevel