Programme

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Canso

Chansons de troubadours

La Roza Enflorese
We travel to the medieval castles in the South of France, where troubadours install the brand-new idea of courtly love.
Wed 17/11/2021 - 20:00

Canso

Chansons de troubadours

La Roza Enflorese
Wed 17/11/2021 - 20:00

Tsar B (strings)

Tsar B but differently. On the violin and accompanied by cellist Trui Amerlinck, she transforms her dark r&b repertoire into a neo-classical sound.
Tue 23/11/2021 - 20:00
Tue 23/11/2021 - 20:00

Corelli & Händel

Musica Gloria
The enchanting baroque ensemble Musica Gloria presents some lovely chamber music and concerti by maestros Corelli and Handel.
Sun 06/03/2022 - 11:00

Corelli & Händel

Musica Gloria
Sun 06/03/2022 - 11:00

Murmuring Muses

Sofie Vanden Eynde and Saad Mahmod Jawad
Improvisations on baroque bass lines and Arabic maqams. Sofie and Tarek explore the century-old connection between lute and oud.
Sun 27/03/2022 - 11:00

Murmuring Muses

Sofie Vanden Eynde and Saad Mahmod Jawad
Sun 27/03/2022 - 11:00

Net gemist: herbeleef de laatste 30CC voorstellingen

ENSEMBLE LA FRANÇAISE: Aude Lestienne (traverso) - Shiho Ono (violin) - Jean-Baptiste Valfré (cello) - Kazuya Gunji (harpsichord)

Louis Gabriel Guillemain

Zomer van Sint-Pieter 2021
Inspired and innovative sonatas by 'the fastest and most extraordinary violinist' at the court of Louis XV.

UTOPIA : Michaela Riener (mezzo soprano) - Bart Uvyn (countertenor) - Adriaan De Koster (tenor) - Lieven Termont (baritone) - Guillaume Olry (bass) - Thomas Baeté (viola da gamba) - Dimos De Beun (harpsichord)

SI DOLCE È'L TORMENTO - De Wert, Monteverdi, Willaert, Marenzio

Zomer van Sint-Pieter 2021
An exploration of the madrigal, from polyphony to early Baroque, where text, expression and affects became ever more important.

Xavier Locus (piano) - Sylvia Huang (violin) - Thibault Lavrenov (cello )

Pjotr Iljitsj Tchaikovsky

Zomer van Sint-Pieter 2021
The trio of star violinist Sylvia Huang performs Tchaikovsky's only trio, dedicated to the memory of his close friend, pianist Nicolas Rubinstein.