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Servir Antico

Memling’s Apocalypse

vocal
chamber music
Thu 28 Oct 2021 -20.00
start 20.00
expected end time 21.30
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The End of Days opens the door to a new beginning

1479 – the year Memling delivered his enigmatic altar to St John's Hospital –  ushered in a new age: globalisation with the colonisation of America, overconsumption that systematically strained ecosystems, and new diseases that wiped out more than half of the world's population. Inspired by the figures on the altarpiece, Catalina Vicens and her ensemble Servir Antico search for alternative perspectives in old and new music, text and symbols.

programme

Motets by Guillaume Dufay (1397-1474) & Johannes Tinctoris (ca.1435-1511) and anonymous composers, texts by Elicura Chihuailaf, Billy-Ray Belcourt & Jonathon Adams

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Motets by Guillaume Dufay (1397-1474) & Johannes Tinctoris (ca.1435-1511) and anonymous composers, texts by El

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performers

Servir Antico: ensemble
Catalina Vicens: organetto and artistic direction
Els Janssens: voice and harp
Jonathon Adams: voice
Catherine Motuz: voice and slide trumpet
Michael Grébil Liberg: medieval lute, voice and electroacoustic composition
Félix Verry: fiddle
Tobie Miller: recorder and hurdy-gurdy

Peter De Bruyne: video

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Servir Antico: ensemble
Catalina Vicens: organetto and artistic direction
Els Janssens: voice and harp
Jonatho

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Thu 28 Oct 2021 -20.00
start 20.00
expected end time 21.30
All prices include booking fees.