Louise Kuyvenhoven soprano – Mathilde Legrand mezzo-soprano – Marie Datcharry piano


Sento un certo non so che (L'incoronazione di Poppea) Claudio Monteverdi
But here we this perform (Dido and Aeneas) Henry Purcell
Duetto “Ah, perdona al primo affetto" (La Clemenza di Tito, KV 621) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Abendempfindung an Laura, KV 523 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Als Luise, KV 520 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Das Lied der Trennung, KV 519 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
6 Duets, op. 63 Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
3 Duette, op. 20 Johannes Brahms
El desdichado Camille Saint-Saëns
La pesca (Les Soirées musicales) Gioachino Rossini
Voga O Tonio (Les soirées musicales) Gioachino Rossini
Puisqu’ici bas toute âme Gabriel Fauré
Duo des fleurs (Lakmé) Léo Delibes

Young, promising soloists from around the world can develop their talent in the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, where they receive guidance from first-class teachers and some of the best international soloists who often perform in Brussels. BOZAR has chosen to give them the opportunity to perform in the Henry Le Boeuf Hall on four Sunday mornings. Today two talented musicians will take to the stage. The mezzosoprano Mathilde Legrand graduated summa cum laude from the Bern Opera Studio and recently made her debut in North America. This season, she will play the role of Suzanne (Un Mari à la Porte, Offenbach) at the Opera of Monte Carlo as well as performing at the Petit Palais in Paris and Vaux Hall in Belgium. The pianist Marie Datcharry works as a regular accompanist at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels and in the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel. She is also the co-founder of the Kaliště piano quartet.