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From Sun 25.06.17 Talent counts
  • Debussy, Stravinsky, Prokofiev & Vermeirsch

    In this concert the young Vermeirsch duo bring us a sample sheet of 20th-century cello music. While Debussy explore new horizons and playing techniques, Stravinsky breathes new life into the Baroque idiom, with a wink to Pergolesi. In his Cello Sonata, Prokofiev walks the tightrope between innovation and condemnation by the Soviet regime. Curious to hear which fruits this cello odyssey yields in the work of Felix Vermeirsch himself!… Read more

  • Curated by Soundcast

    Soundcast, Concertgebouw Brugge’s youth group, have organised a special project around Britten's impressive War Requiem. More than thirty young artists will take over the Concertgebouw, filling it with visual art, text and installations. Discover the many surprises this art trail has to offer and, along the way, also enjoy the many mini-concerts, performances and DJ sets.… Read more

  • Erewhon. Symphony for percussion and visuals

    In Brehon - Hugues Dufourt’s symphony for six percussionists and as many as 150 percussion instruments - the composer describes the birth and transformation of sound: waves, streams, shimmers, vibrations, turbulences... Saharan drums, Turkish cymbals and Thai gongs create an imaginary landscape à la Edgar Allan Poe. Six Royal Conservatory percussionists accept the challenge of bringing this marvellous tour de force back to life 51 years after its premiere. Media Arts students from KASK add visuals to this gem, via video projections.… Read more

  • Shostakovich & Piazzolla

    When you think of the four seasons, Vivaldi's colourful Baroque evergreen immediately springs to mind. Equally ingenious, however, is Astor Piazzolla's evocation, in which jazz, tango and classical merge into an almost sensory trip through the seasons. That same inexhaustible imaginative power - with sparkling melodies and virtuoso dialogue - can also be heard in Shostakovich's Second Piano Trio. Although in this the tone is more mournful. The great Russian master wrote the work as a moving farewell to his recently dead best friend Ivan Sollertinsky.… Read more

  • Four young wolves

    During this edition of December Dance, Concertgebouw Brugge once again offers young choreographers a platform. During the first weekend, a selection of young wolves from the Master exerce course, led by Christian Rizzo at the Institut Chorégraphique International, come to demonstrate their talent. Curator and choreographer Christian Rizzo showcases the latest and most interesting productions of the new generation. The adventurous and lovers of blind dates can already book their tickets! … Read more

  • Four young wolves

    During this edition of December Dance, Concertgebouw Brugge once again offers young choreographers a platform. During the first weekend, a selection of young wolves from the Master exerce course, led by Christian Rizzo at the Institut Chorégraphique International, come to demonstrate their talent. Curator and choreographer Christian Rizzo showcases the latest and most interesting productions of the new generation. The adventurous and lovers of blind dates can already book their tickets! … Read more

  • Four young wolves

    During this edition of December Dance, Concertgebouw Brugge once again offers young choreographers a platform. During the first weekend, a selection of young wolves from the Master exerce course, led by Christian Rizzo at the Institut Chorégraphique International, come to demonstrate their talent. Curator and choreographer Christian Rizzo showcases the latest and most interesting productions of the new generation. The adventurous and lovers of blind dates can already book their tickets! … Read more

  • Four young wolves

    During this edition of December Dance, Concertgebouw Brugge once again offers young choreographers a platform. During the first weekend, a selection of young wolves from the Master exerce course, led by Christian Rizzo at the Institut Chorégraphique International, come to demonstrate their talent. Curator and choreographer Christian Rizzo showcases the latest and most interesting productions of the new generation. The adventurous and lovers of blind dates can already book their tickets! … Read more

  • Brussels in flux

    The young talents of BarrocoTout – who trained at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels - plunge fervently into the music of a turbulent period in the Southern Netherlands. In 18th century France revolution was brewing. In Brussels tensions were also building, putting the Habsburg regime under increasing pressure. Meanwhile, the Baroque was giving way to the Classical, a style that’ ‘homegrown’ composers such as de Croes, Van Maldere and Delange picked up during their travels across Europe.… Read more

  • Pop-up concerts in historical locations

    It wasn’t only religious music that resounded in the world of Donaas de Moor. During this concert walk you will discover three young international ensembles and a few of Bruges most beautiful, semi-secret spaces. The Sollazzo Ensemble tell the story of two blind viol players at the Burgundian court, while Ratas del viejo Mundo explore Obrecht's songs. The four singers of Utopia meanwhile delve into Obrecht's most intimate polyphony.… Read more

  • Cutting-edge music

    No rules, no requirements, no examples... just music. Young, adventurous art producers - Belgian in the broadest sense of the word - submitted their proposals for breaking the concert mould. This evening the winning project will be revealed. Over the past few months - with the help of the Concertgebouw Team and LOD artists like Josse De Pauw and Kris Defoort - they have honed their senses. The result? For the audience, a radically out-of-the-box experience.… Read more