‘Opening Night: Eydís Evensen Performing with String Quartet’

17 Sept.'22
- 21:30

Icelandic pianist Eydís Evensen draws her inspiration from the natural forces of her country as well as from the minimalism of Philip Glass. Fascinated by classical music from an early age, she has continued to build her own personal universe over the years. This world is in the pure tradition of the Nordic countries, whose music frequently recalls the landscapes and reproduces the atmospheres and colours and the emotional harmonies they arouse. Eydís Evensen unveils her dreamy, melancholic compositions in the cosy setting of the M Hall; these melodies can be found in her album BYLUR and her EP FROST (XXIM RECORDS).


18:30 - Glass Museum presents “Reflection” with Yannick Jacquet (Terarken)

19:30 - Anouar Brahem Quartet (Henry Le Boeuf)

21:30 -​​​​​​​

  • Janne Mark with Arve Henriksen (Studio)
  • Eydis Evensen performing with String Quartet (M)
  • Glass Museum presents “Reflection” with Yannick Jacquet (Terarken)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​23:00 - Echo Collective – The See Within (Henry Le Boeuf)

Eydís Evensen
string ensemble

Classical Music

Electronic Music



Global Music

17 Sept.'22
- 18:00

Opening Night

Practical information


Hall M

Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS

This concert is part of the Opening Night with one festival ticket for all the concerts