‘Eric Ericson Chamber Choir’

17 Oct.'19
- 20:00

The Baltic Sea

The Eric Ericson Chamber Choir is one of the very best choirs in the world. They work with prestigious orchestras such as the Berliner Philharmoniker. At this concert there is no orchestra, but the spotlight falls on the choir itself in an a capella programme of nordic composers. The Estonian composer Arvo Pärt is undoubtedly the best known, but the compositions of Gösta Nystroem and Cyrillus Kreek are also well worth discovering.    


Aeneas, marmorissa - Chiaroscuro - Venetsia (Mediterranean Sea)

Canticum Calamitatis Maritimae

Visions of the Sea

Psalm 104: Kiida, mu hing, Issandat! (Psalms of David)

Psalm 141: Issand, ma hüüan Su poole (Psalms of David)

Psalm 1-3: Õnnis on inimene (Psalms of David)

Oremus (Gloria Patri), op. 17/23

I carry your heart (Four Madrigals by E. E. Cummings)

Evening (Three Poems by F. Bārda)

Arvo Pärt

Ode IX (Kanon Pokajanen)

Practical information


Henry Le Boeuf Hall

Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS