Expect the unexpected with this cycle, which offers several opportunities to stray from the beaten track. Concerts outside the BOZAR building, bridges between music and exhibitions, varied programmes dedicated to discovery, all performed by outstanding artists.
printed on 19-03-2019
Ongoing and forthcoming
Dieterich Buxtehude (1637-1707) was a gifted composer and organist ̶ it is said that Johann Sebastian Bach travelled three hundred kilometres to hear him play. Buxtehude’s Membra Jesu nostri (1680) ...Tickets More info
Can you imagine a supply of firewood, kindling and grain - the olden day equivalent of eco-cheques and luncheon vouchers - making up part of your salary? And yet that was what the young Bach earned as...
Human Passions in Early Seventeenth-Century Music, Poetry and Pictorial Art The compelling Belgian Zefiro Torna ensemble’s programmes promote a dialogue between various different art practices. The...
The Age of Enlightenment was marked by Jean-Baptiste Lully’s absolute dominance in the French music scene. In one genre, however, he was forced to recognise his superior: sacred music. His contemporar...
Paul Van Nevel and his Huelgas Ensemble breathe new life into the seventeenth century with stunning Renaissance music by Francesco Soriano, Agostino Agazzari, Pedro Rimonte, Peter Philips … The Church...