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Archive for January, 2014

Music Chapel Gala concert follow the livestream! 28.01.14 – 20:00

Follow the livestream on this page or on Musiq3 (28.01.14 – 20 to 23:00) This 2014 gala concert will launch the 75th anniversary festivities of the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel! Eugène Ysaye, the great composer and violinist who founded the Music Chapel with Queen Elisabeth, will be honoured along with Vivaldi and Mozart in masterpieces for two cellos, two pianos, two violins, and finally piano and voice, where the masters in residence will join their superb young students to illustrate…

Music Chapel on Stage – 75 Anniversary – 2014

  Opened in 1939, the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, younger than ever, celebrates its 75th birthday throughout 2014! The mission of the Music Chapel, which has been a public interest foundation since 2009, has been developed along six principal lines: high-level training with Masters in Residence – currently Augustin Dumay, Maria João Pires, José van Dam, Abdel Rahman El Bacha, Gary Hoffman and the Artemis Quartet; professional development through a network of cultural partners in Belgium and around the world;…

Vote for Julien Libeer online – De Klara’s Publieksprijs

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Our soloist in residence, Julien Libeer, piano has been nominated by Klara radio for an award. Please vote as much as possible for him with this link and share as much as you can !!!!! So let’s play the game. (confirm your choice you have to click “verzenden” down the selection page). Thanks in advance ! Thanks a lot http://radio.klara.be/acties/deklaras2013/publieksprijs.php                                                                                                                                       interview:  “Technique doesn’t exist” – Julien Libeer, piano Julien Libeer. Ever since receiving the prestigious Juventus Award – previously awarded to e.g.…

Studio Production “Les Mamelles de Tirésias” – F.Poulenc, arr. by Britten for 2 pianos

16 to 19.01.2014 @La Monnaie/De Munt Les Mamelles de Tirésias, Francis Poulenc’s first opera, was composed during the Second World War and was based on a surrealist play of the same name by Guillaume Apollinaire. The musical world of this opera is irresistible, referencing as it does not only music hall but also the composers of the time such as Chabrier and Satie. Right from the start of the opera the Theatre Director sets the tone: ‘Audience, wait patiently, I…