Music Chapel Festival
Mathieu Herzog, conductor
Sergei Redkin, piano
Carole-Anne Roussel, soprano
P. Glass: Piano concerto No. 3, for piano and string orchestra
S. Barber: Adagio for strings
S. Barber: Knoxville Summer of 1915, op. 24
F. Price: Third Symphony in C minor
For Florence Price, America was the promised land. In 1933, she became the first African-American woman to have her music performed by an orchestra. America is also the country where minimalist music was born, of which Philip Glass is one of the most important representatives. In his Third Piano Concerto, the repetition of phrases and their progressive modulation create a musical flow in which repetition and alteration merge.
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Cat. 1: 41-36* €
Cat. 2: 36-31* €
Cat. 3: 31-26*€
-26 years old: 12€
* + 65 years old
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Our structural sponsors – ING, Proximus and Ginion Group.
Our institutional partners – the « Loterie Nationale / Nationale Loterij » and the « Banque Nationale de Belgique / Nationale Bank van België ».
The Foundations – Baillet Latour Fund, Foundation Futur21, King Baudouin Foundation, Foundation Engie, Guttman collection -, the corporate partners, all the Maecenas and those who prefer to remain anonymous.
Thank you also to our public support – the « Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles », Belspo, the « Province du Brabant Wallon », the « Commune de Waterloo ».