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Anima Eterna Brugge

Beethoven’s 'Seventh' under the microscope

chamber music
Sat 23 Oct 2021 -20.00
Concert hall
start 20.00

standard rate €28.00

Reduction -26 €14.50

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The distinct genes of a musical genius

How did Beethoven work? Why did he regard his Seventh Symphony as one of his best works? And why does that ‘slow’ movement – actually an allegretto – so often bring a tear to our eyes? You can learn the answers to these and other questions during this lecture concert with resident artist Anima Eterna Brugge. Together with the musicians, you will explore Ludwig van Beethoven's musical DNA. Bonus: you will also discover an unprecedented arrangement for nine wind instruments, probably penned by the master himself.

 The lecture-concert is in Dutch.

 

programme

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
Symphony no.7 in A major, opus 92 ‘in Harmonie für 9 Stimmen’

performers

Anima Eterna Brugge: wind ensemble
Olav Grondelaers: presentation
Annemarie Peeters: text

Sat 23 Oct 2021 -20.00
Concert hall
start 20.00

standard rate €28.00

Reduction -26 €14.50

We will inform you via our newsletter (register at the bottom of this page), this website and our social media pages.

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