Following its inauguration last season, the monumental organ of the Henry Le Bœuf Great Hall is now ready for a new series of recitals of all kinds. As Wayne Marshall, Kit Armstrong and the jazzman John Zorn set to work, the “King of instruments” reveals its multiple facets to us.
printed on 17-02-2019
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“Alongside humor, the startling juxtapositions of Mr. Zorn’s scores often feature elements of jazz, rock, classical, punk, improvisation, klezmer and cartoon and film music. The resulting pieces, whic...Tickets More info
Organist Helmut Deutsch was invited by BOZAR for a world-class solo concert on the Brussels cathedral organ. The programme includes Bach and Brahms as well as Julius Reubke, who studied under Liszt. A...Tickets More info
Wherever the 28 year old Thomas Ospital plays the organ, the audience greets him with loud applause. His fiery virtuosity, candid authority and refractory interpretations are quite simply fascinating....
Kit Armstrong will perform at the piano and the organ, during his solo recital as part of his “portrait”. He has chosen to play only Franz Liszt on this occasion, tackling the Hungarian composer’s leg...
Does the name Wayne Marshall ring any bells? Maybe you know him as the conductor of the cine concert West Side Story a couple of seasons back at BOZAR. Or possibly from his numerous recordings of Gers...