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From Mon 22.01.18 haydn to bartók
  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise. … Read more

  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise.… Read more

  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise. … Read more

  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise. … Read more

  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise. … Read more

  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise.… Read more

  • Anima Eterna Brugge

    Exactly 10 years after their touchstone recording of Beethoven's complete symphonies on period instruments, Jos van Immerseel and Anima Eterna zoom in on what many consider to be the cornerstone and showpiece of Beethoven’s orchestral oeuvre: his masterly Ninth. Completed in 1824, and blessed with even more monumental dimensions than its predecessors, this consummately crafted cathedral voices the birth of triumph from upheaval, and the journey of the soul from introspection to jubilation. Its legendarily tough score is brimming with technical challenges. With the addition of Schiller's Ode to Joy – this evening performed by a dream choir with ditto soloists - this work easily surpasses all boundaries. Prepare to be fully immersed: as an opener to this evening, born storyteller Pieter Bergé offers insight and explanation, all backed up by the necessary live musical examples.… Read more

  • Anima Eterna Brugge

    Exactly 10 years after their touchstone recording of Beethoven's complete symphonies on period instruments, Jos van Immerseel and Anima Eterna zoom in on what many consider to be the cornerstone and showpiece of Beethoven’s orchestral oeuvre: his masterly Ninth. Completed in 1824, and blessed with even more monumental dimensions than its predecessors, this consummately crafted cathedral voices the birth of triumph from upheaval, and the journey of the soul from introspection to jubilation. Its legendarily tough score is brimming with technical challenges. With the addition of Schiller's Ode to Joy – this evening performed by a dream choir with ditto soloists - this work easily surpasses all boundaries. Prepare to be fully immersed: as an opener to this evening, born storyteller Pieter Bergé offers insight and explanation, all backed up by the necessary live musical examples.… Read more

  • Ferrabosco, Strauss & Cage

    A metamorphosis can be huge and conspicuous, or barely discernible, so you’d better stay alert during these three short concerts. Daan Vandewalle’s piano, for instance, mysteriously mutates into a one-man percussion ensemble. The strings continuously transform the sound of Strauss's intense Metamorphosen by moving slowly around the audience. And the Hathor Consort turn complex polyphony inward. Nothing is, everything becomes… and that is the only certainty.… Read more

  • Film concert Modern Times

    Modern Times is one of Charlie Chaplin’s best and most incisive films. Combining humour and sentiment, he created a comic indictment of industrialisation that was simultaneously a poignant reflection of the prevailing mood in the aftermath of the Great Depression of the 1930s. Socially committed filmmaker Chaplin was happy to take a swipe at the powers that be and their establishment values. Modern Times was Chaplin’s last portrayal of his iconic Little Tramp, the character that had brought him so much fame in the glory days of the silent film. Conducted by Dirk Brossé, the Brussels Philharmonic plays the soundtrack live. … Read more

  • Rachmaninov, Schumann & Mussorgsky

    Few other ensembles know to create as much excitement and anticipation for a concert as the famous Fauré Quartett. Again and again they unearth new repertoire and sound possibilities. For us, for instance, they are playing an arrangement of Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition, the ultimate showpiece for virtuoso pianists, which includes an overwhelming infernal stamping dance and ominous tone painting. The other Russian on the programme, Sergey Rachmaninov, was also inspired by some paintings for his Etudes-tableaux.… Read more

  • Strauss. Till Eulenspiegel

    Richard Strauss was one of the most important composers of the late German Romantic, post-Wagner, and a renowned musical jack-of-all-trades. Navigating his way between artistic conviction and the demands of the music market, he liked to draw his inspiration from the merry-go-round of everyday life. With two symphonic poems and a selection of his incomparable lieder - an intriguing stylistic evolution of more than seven decades - Anima honour an unfettered thinker and wonderful storyteller.… Read more

  • Isabelle Faust plays Sibelius

    In complete contrast to the cool climate of his Finnish homeland, the music of Jean Sibelius radiates a warm glow. In his wildly popular Violin Concerto he combines the typical northern atmosphere with the passion and the melancholy of the romantic. Brahms's Fourth Symphony is more sombre in tone. Despite a scathing review from famous critic Hanslick, the audience at its 1885 premiere were wildly enthusiastic. … Read more

  • Belgian National Orchestra

    ‘Get your paws dirty, turn the light out, dig another tunnel, follow your snout. So. Welcome to mole country!’ Sing along, laugh and have fun… But also watch carefully and listen closely to the exciting story of Marcel the Mole. Dirk Brossé’s jaunty music, Carll Cneut’s sumptuous illustrations and Maud Vanhauwaert’s thrilling text take you deep down into Mole’s dark world. So clear your throat for that catchy mole song.… Read more