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From Tue 24.10.17 haydn to bartók
  • Flanders Symphony Orchestra

    Sit amidst the orchestra and experience the music physically. Sounds come from all directions, moving through space and interweaving with the audience. Get an insider’s view of Flanders Symphony Orchestra. Klara voice Sander Keere and conductor Jan Latham-Koenig accompany you on this exceptional adventure. CLUB Surround invites you to enjoy a completely unique experiences, at the fount of sound production, in the grip of the vibration, in short, in the music. Once you’ve been there, you’ll never want to leave.… Read more

  • Flanders Symphony Orchestra

    Sit amidst the orchestra and experience the music physically. Sounds come from all directions, moving through space and interweaving with the audience. Get an insider’s view of Flanders Symphony Orchestra. Klara voice Sander Keere and conductor Jan Latham-Koenig accompany you on this exceptional adventure. CLUB Surround invites you to enjoy a completely unique experiences, at the fount of sound production, in the grip of the vibration, in short, in the music. Once you’ve been there, you’ll never want to leave.… Read more

  • A feast of classical music

    Anyone who has attended in recent years will confirm it: this is a veritable feast of classical music. Classical music comes in all shapes and sizes, for every emotion and every occasion: Iedereen Klassiek bathes everyone and everything in a joyful classical-music bath. Together with initiator Klara and many Bruges-based partners, the Concertgebouw is putting together a lavish celebration, with offshoots all over the inner city. As always, we warm up with Crazy about Bach and close with the wonderful Brussels Philharmonic, this time performing some well-known classics. Invite your family and friends to this free event, so that they too can discover the power and beauty of Bach, Beethoven and Bruges.… Read more

  • Oorkaan

    What do colours sound like? Who can understand the moon? What does the sun say? Which sounds lower, a double bass or a drum? How many colours does a dream have? Glimpse takes you to an enchanting dream world, in which jazzy sounds and colourful images play an exciting game with each other… and with you. A world in which music, pictures, technology musicians and audience enter into a special friendship.… Read more

  • Oorkaan

    What do colours sound like? Who can understand the moon? What does the sun say? Which sounds lower, a double bass or a drum? How many colours does a dream have? Glimpse takes you to an enchanting dream world, in which jazzy sounds and colourful images play an exciting game with each other… and with you. A world in which music, pictures, technology musicians and audience enter into a special friendship.… Read more

  • Oorkaan

    What do colours sound like? Who can understand the moon? What does the sun say? Which sounds lower, a double bass or a drum? How many colours does a dream have? Glimpse takes you to an enchanting dream world, in which jazzy sounds and colourful images play an exciting game with each other… and with you. A world in which music, pictures, technology musicians and audience enter into a special friendship.… Read more

  • Schubert & Dvořák

    Schubert’s String Quintet is a masterpiece of 19th-century chamber music. He composed this emotional piece – which includes a second cello, to enhance its sonority in the low register – two months before his death. But it was only decades later, when listeners recognised the supernatural beauty of its musical lines, that the work got the appreciation it deserved. Fifty years later, Dvořák wrote his exceptionally rich String Sextet. Its compelling Slavic style won’t leave you unmoved.… Read more

  • Bernstein, Prokofiev, Eötvös & Tan Dun

    Before Austrian Martin Grubinger arrived on the scene, percussionists stood at the rear of the orchestra. Now composers such as Tan Dun and Peter Eötvös write works for them. Dun’s Tears of Nature seems to have been written for a multi-armed octopus. Eötvös also pushes the soloist to extremes. Both are right up the street of percussion acrobat Martin Grubinger. Rarely have we seen such staggering virtuosity.… 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

  • Sabine Meyer plays Mozart

    As a product of the German school, clarinettist Sabine Meyer is known for her perfect playing of even the most complex pieces. For us - alongside one of England's oldest and most famous orchestras - she is playing Mozart's monster hit for the bassetclarinet. It’s not Dvořák's hugely popular Ninth Symphony that’s also on the programme, but his Seventh, which musicologists unanimously regard as his best. It is Dvořák's great declaration of love for the culture and the countryside of his beloved Czech homeland.  … Read more

  • Et exultavit spiritum meum

    Gripping images, alternating moods and perhaps the best-beloved central figure of all time: the Magnificat has it all. The Sixteen select the finest examples of five centuries of choral music, from the magnificent polyphony of Lassus and Victoria to some thoroughly English Magnificats from the 20th century. That the choral tradition across the Channel is still very much alive is proven by a brand new work by young Englishman Thomas Hyde.… Read more

  • Brussels Philharmonic & Giancarlo Guerrero

    As is traditional, the Concertgebouw opens the New Year with a whirl of dance music. Besides the classics of the uncrowned 'King of the Waltz', Johann Strauss Jnr., hits from the Broadway repertoire are on this year’s music stands. This eminently dashing and danceable music evokes dance tunes, drinking parties and merry festivity. Star conductor Giancarlo Guerrero, recent winner of three Grammys, unleashes his devils and treats you to fiendishly virtuosic music. Cheers! … Read more

  • French impressionism

    Girl power! The four spirited ladies of Quatuor Zaïde and the solo harpist of the Wiener Philharmoniker join forces. Anneleen Lenaerts' harp brings the colours, flavours and enchanted atmosphere of Ravel’s and Debussy's perfumed music back to life. With Caplet's Conte fantastique, based on a mysterious story by Edgar Allan Poe, things get decidedly spookier. The central character is Death, who wanders the night looking for a victims...… Read more