Baroque music still has secrets left to reveal – as you will find out in these smaller, more intimate concerts, featuring both familiar and less familiar works.
printed on 18-12-2017
Ongoing and forthcoming
Silence is capital. For Carlos Mena, it enables us "to hear" the echo of the images we’re contemplating within ourselves. On the occasion of the exhibition Silence on the canvas. Spanish Still Life (...Tickets More info
Our trusty Ricercar Consort, led by Philippe Pierlot, dedicates this second Abendmusik to Weckmann's vocal oeuvre. But the programme also features a certain Christoph Bernhard, who accompanied Weckm...Tickets More info
After exploring Weckmann’s organ (13.04) and vocal music (14.04), this third and final concert ‘Abendmusiken’ focuses on the instrumental oeuvre of this key figure between Renaissance and Baroque. Gen...Tickets More info
Violinist Midori Seiler lives and breathes the music of Johann Sebastian Bach. Like a sculptor detecting in the shapeless marble the masterpiece that she will extract from it, Midori Seiler starts out...
On the occasion of the “portrait” which is dedicated to them, François Lazarevitch and Justin Taylor join the young gambist Lucile Boulanger in a programme entitled “The Art of the Portrait”. Without ...