‘InAlto & Lambert Colson’

8 Dec.'22
- 20:00

Passages

Since time immemorial, wind instruments have been associated with death: two silver trumpets were found in Tutankhamun's burial chamber, and in the Old Testament the Archangel Gabriel plays the same instrument on Judgement Day. German composers, who, under the influence of the Lutheran Reformation, were specifically attuned to the power of rhetoric, made keen use of the relationship to death and the afterlife. In Passages, InAlto provides the evidence: in an exceptionally varied but always moving programme, funeral works by Lassus, Schütz, Buxtehude and others captivate the audience.

Alice Foccroulle
soprano
Griet De Geyter
soprano
Bart Uvyn
alto
Vojtěch Semerád
tenor
Tomas Lajtkep
tenor
Geoffroy Buffières
bass
Lambert Colson
cornet , trumpet
Darren Moore
cornet , trumpet
Guy Hanssen
trombone
Charlotte Van Passen
trombone
Susanna Defendi
trombone
Bart Vroomen
trombone
Marc Meisel
organ
Programme
Ludwig van Beethoven

Work by

Dietrich Buxtehude

Works by

Orlandus Lassus

Works by

Samuel Scheidt

Works by

Practical information

Location

Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula

Parvis Sainte-Gudule 1000 Brussels

Rates

Standard

30 -

< 30 year

15 -

Job seeker : BIM/VT Card

15 -

BIM VT | EU Disability card

15 -

Companion wheelchair

15 -