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Huelgas Ensemble

The landscape of the polyphonists

  • Paul Van Nevel

this event is part of

GOLD 2020

Sun 24 May 2020 -17.00
Cancelled
Concert hall
start 17.00
expected end time 18.25
16.15 Interview by Stefan Grondelaers with Paul van Nevel

Standard €20.00 - €36.00

Reduction -26 €10.00 - €18.00

Reduction 65+ €18.00 - €32.40

Incl. booking fee and forwarding costs

The sound of the country

Did you buy a ticket for this concert?  The corona virus hits the arts industry hard and for many arts organisations, this economic damage comes on top of the recent cuts in Flemish cultural subsidies. This is why we call on our audience not to ask for a refund of cancelled tickets, in solidarity with the artists. The financial resources thus retained will be fully invested by the Concertgebouw in the artists most affected by job losses. You can also get your ticket value back in the form of a voucher. You will receive this voucher via e-mail in the upcoming weeks. The voucher can be used for a performance of your choice via concertgebouw.be and is valid for one year. You can thus easily use this voucher for the purchase of tickets for this season or the following.
Confirm your choice by May 20 2020 in the digital form via this link.

Dufay, Deprez, Lassus ... these are just a few of the composers who left an indelible mark on European polyphonic music. But what if it was the countryside – the landscapes of southern Flanders, Hainaut and northern France – that influenced these composers? In this visual concert, Paul Van Nevel puts his theory to the test. Discover how the landscape, with its melancholy and rhythm, determined the aesthetics of their music.

programme

Compositions by, among others, Antoine Busnois, Nicholas Gombert, Johannes Hasprois, Nicolle des Celliers de Hesdin, Jean Mouton & Antoine de Févin

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Compositions by, among others, Antoine Busnois, Nicholas Gombert, Johannes Hasprois, Nicolle des Celliers de H...

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performers

Huelgas Ensemble: vocal ensemble
Paul Van Nevel: conductor
Luk Van Eeckhout: photography

Sun 24 May 2020 -17.00
Cancelled
Concert hall
start 17.00
expected end time 18.25
16.15 Interview by Stefan Grondelaers with Paul van Nevel

Standard €20.00 - €36.00

Reduction -26 €10.00 - €18.00

Reduction 65+ €18.00 - €32.40

Incl. booking fee and forwarding costs

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