It is for good reason that the organ is known as the king of instruments. Its majesty and rich sound really come into their own in the grandiose setting of the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, and the Henry Le Boeuf Hall.
printed on 21-01-2018
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Müpa Budapest is one of Hungary’s most modern cultural institutions and as such is comparable with BOZAR. It selected the young trumpet player Tamás Pálfalvi as its Rising Star 2017-2018 of the Europe...Tickets More info
Young Belgian organist Stéphane Mottoul studied under none other than Benoît Mernier and refined his improvisational skills in Saint-Maur, Reims and Paris. He pursued his training in Stuttgart, with L...Tickets More info
In his day, and until the middle of the 18th century, Matthias Weckmann was seen as one of the organ greats. But nowadays, he doesn't get the recognition he deserves. Bernard Foccroulle sought to addr...Tickets More info
After the celebrations of a double inauguration (of the organ in the Henry Le Bœuf Halll and of the new music season), Olivier Latry comes back for a treat in the form of a recital. With “The Musical ...Tickets More info
Who better than Fred Van Hove, eminence grise of Belgian free jazz, to give the new organ in our Henri Leboeuf Hall its jazz baptism? What’s more, 2017 marks Van Hove's 80th birthday, celebrated with ...