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stabat mater - Klarafestival
Friday 11.3
20:00, BOZAR
STABAT MATER / SZYMANOWSKI
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STABAT MATER
This concert is patronated by
H.E. Mme. Alison Rose,
The British Ambassador
in Belgium
It is a great pleasure to have the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir in Brussels to take part
in the Klarafestival. The Orchestra dates back to 1932 and has long had an international outlook
in terms of its musicians and where it has played. More recently, it was the orchestra selected to
record the world’s national anthems for the London 2012 Olympics and also performed as part
of Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee Pageant on the River Thames in 2012.
The first appearance of the London Philharmonic Choir with the London Philharmonic Orchestra
was at the Royal Albert Hall on 15 May 1947 when they performed the Beethoven Ninth.
I am looking forward with anticipation to their performance together at BOZAR on 11 March.
H.E. Mme. Alison Rose
The British Ambassador in Belgium
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STABAT MATER
friday 11.3
2016
20:00
Szymanowski
London Philharmonic
Orchestra
London Philharmonic
Choir
Vladimir Jurowski
Vladimir Jurowski – Principal Conductor
and Artistic Advisor
Elżbieta Szmytka – Soprano
Agnieszka Rehlis – Mezzo
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BOZAR
Henry Le Bœuf Hall
Introduction
‘Erbarme Dich’ by
Wannes Gyselinck (Dutch)
19:00, BOZAR,
The Oval Lounge
Laurent Graulus (French)
19:00, BOZAR,
Klarafestivalcafé@Bozar
Andrzej Dobber – Baritone
Kristina Blaumane – Cello
Elsbeth Moser – Bayan
London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir
European Gala
the concert is expected
to end at: 21:45
programme
Sofia GUBAIDULINA
co-production
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Klarafestival, BOZAR
Sieben Worte Jesu am Kreuz, für Violoncello, Bajan und Streicher (1982)
I. Vater, vergib ihnen, denn sie wissen nicht, was sie tun
II. Weib, siehe, das ist dein Sohn – Siehe, das ist deine Mutter
III. Wahrlich, ich sage dir: Heute wirst du mit mir im Paradiese sein
IV. Mein Gott, mein Gott, warum hast du mich verlassen?
V. Mich dürstet
VI. Es ist vollbracht
VII. Vater, ich befehle meinen Geist in deine Hände
organised in collaboration with
intermission
Alexander ZEMLINSKY
1871-1942
Adam
Mickiewicz Institute as part of
the Polska Music programme
& the Polish Institute Cultural
Service of the Embassy of the
Republic of Poland in Brussels
19:00
20:00
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Psalm XXIII, op. 14 (1910)
Karol SZYMANOWSKI
1882-1937
Stabat Mater, op. 53 (1925-1926)
Stała Matka bolejąca (Mother, bowed with grief appalling)
I któż, widząc tak cierpiącą (Is there any, tears withholding)
Matko, źródło wszechmiłości (Love’s sweet fountain, Mother tender)
Spraw, niech płaczę z Tobą razem (In Thy keeping, watching,
weeping)
Panno słodka, racz, mozołem (Maid immaculate, excelling)
Chrystus niech mi będzie grodem
Whether it’s attending a concert introduction
by specialists, talking things over afterwards
(May His sacred cross defend me)
or simply relaxing with a tasty beverage,
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Suffering and redemption on the Cross
“Stabat Mater dolorosa, iuxta crucem lacrimosa,
dum pendebat Filiu”. In English: “The sorrowful mother
stood tearfully by the cross as her son hung there.” The
Latin text of the Stabat Mater evokes the suffering of Mary
at the foot of the Cross. It is a representation of the greatest
suffering imaginable: a mother who sees her child suffer
and finally witnesses his death. The Stabat Mater appeals
to a deeply human capacity for compassion, even beyond
its specific meaning in a Christian context.
This concert will also show Gubaidulina’s sober
arrangement of the last seven words uttered by Christ on
the Cross, one of two at Klarafestival. Again we hear the
story of Jesus’ death and again his words conjure up human
emotions that are at once recognisable and tragic. “My God,
why have you forsaken me?” These words may very well
be the purest embodiment of the loneliness of existence,
of floating through life, abandoned in the emptiness like a
particle in space, without any footing or allegiance, trapped
in what Sofia Gubaidulina refers to as the ‘staccato of life’.
Sofia Gubaidulina
Sieben Worte (1982)
Boisterous tripe instead of veritable musical innovation is how the Soviet regime described the music of Sofia
Gubaidulina in 1979. The communist state deemed the Russian
composer’s creations ‘irresponsible’. Put differently, the innovative merit of Gubaidulina’s music did not fit the regime’s
ideology. Yet Gubaidulina persevered, especially after her
introduction to Dmitri Shostakovich in 1959. He encouraged
her to do what she does well and continue along ‘her mistaken
path’, making it accessible.
Sofia Gubaidulina is one of the most important
composers of our time. Her compositions mix philosophical,
spiritual, religious and poetic ideas which give the music a
mystic power. Gubaidulina’s style is unique and difficult to
shoehorn into the usual categories. She draws inspiration
from the polyphonic stratification of Josquin des Prez, the
dodecaphony of the Second Viennese School and Wagnerian
drama. At the same time, she also absorbs Russian and Asian
folk music. However, Gubaidulina’s greatest source of inspiration is spirituality. Without the power of her beliefs she would
never have found her way to composing: “There is no more
serious reason for composing music than spiritual renewal”.
Gubaidulina’s musical language was strongly influenced by her third husband, musicologist and conductor Pyotr
Meshchaninov. He made her realise that the 12 tones in an
octave are insufficient on which to build a story. According
to her husband, an octave is comprised of 72 units and
Gubaidulina uses this in her creative process. Two successive
tones (microtones) are so close to each other that they simultaneously sound the same and different. For the rhythm she
often uses the Fibonacci sequence in which every number is
the sum of the two previous ones. This explains the rhythmic
complexity and the absence of a steady pulse in Gubaidulina’s
work. The result is an abstract musical language, yet one that
can be understood on an intuitive level.
Sieben Worte
Religion is the starting point of the Sieben Worte for
cello, bayan (a Russian button accordion) and strings from
1982. The title refers to the final words that Jesus spoke from
the Cross. Gubaidulina states that she carries the life and story
of Christ in her heart. She says that it may very well be the
most important thing in her life and the Sieben Worte play a
very big part in that.
This work is all about the Cross, for Gubaidulina a
symbol of opposing forces: past versus present and human
versus superhuman. In the composition this becomes cello
versus bayan. The two solo instruments challenge each other
as well as complement each other. Also in their interaction
with the strings, the soloists are somewhat at odds with a
glissando of the strings cutting through long, persistent cello
notes. The same kind of effect is achieved with the bayan by
playing neighbouring buttons.
The four Gospels refer to a total of seven sentences
Jesus supposedly uttered before his death. These serve to
structure Gubaidulina’s Sieben Worte. One sentence is attributed to each part. In the first part, Vater, vergib ihnen, denn
sie wissen nicht, was sie tun, the sounds of the cello and the
bayan are indistinguishable. The instruments melt together
into one timbre. Strings imitate the experiment of the soloists
and assume a thin melodic form. This image continues into the
second part. Together, the cello and the bayan continue to look
for the ultimate, sometimes with strong outbursts. The middle
part, Mein Gott, mein Gott, warum hast du mich verlassen? is
the centre of the composition. The contrast between soloists
and strings gradually dissipates with both groups exchanging
thematic material and providing a rich sonority. Like one great
lamentation (‘why have you abandoned me?’), all instruments
seek comfort with each other. Silence functions as spiritual
contemplation. The process of imitation and integration is
further developed in the three following parts. In Mich dürstet
the two soloists play a fragment from the Sieben Letzte Worte
by Schütz. The accordion gets entangled in its own game, as
it were, and the cello literally goes beyond the instrument’s
limits by playing on the other side of the bridge over which
the strings are suspended. In the seventh part, the process of
exchange and transformation is completed. The solo instruments have reached a new world and are trying to find their
place in it: Vater, ich befehle meinen Geist in deine Hande.
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Alexander Zemlinsky
Psalm XXIII, op. 14 (1910)
Alexander Zemlinsky started his music career
with strong credentials. His first chamber music, which he
composed at the age of 22, was recommended to the coveted
publisher Simrock by Brahms. In the years that followed,
Zemlinsky conducted the amateur orchestra Polyhymnia
where he became acquainted with Arnold Schönberg, in the
role of cellist. The meeting led to a life-long friendship and a
mutual source of inspiration. Still, Zemlinsky missed the qualities to set himself apart in Vienna, city of stars. Overshadowed
by personalities greater than himself, Zemlinsky produced a
modest but very solid oeuvre.
The three psalm adaptations are the only sacral
music Zemlinsky ever wrote. Psalm 23, from 1910, is a musical
impression of the psalm in which God is compared to a shepherd: just like a shepherd stands guard over his sheep, God
protects every individual on earth. This God ‘allows everybody to rest in great meadows, leads them to fresh water and
makes whole every fearful soul’.
The music emanates a sense of contentment and has
a pastoral character: a solo for oboe depicts the idyllic landscape, a powerful horn section evokes the atmosphere of the
hunt and of excitement, and exotic instruments (percussion,
celesta, glockenspiel and two harps) refer to nature as well.
For the melodies, Zemlinsky drew from memories of
his youth: as the son of a Jew, the composer spent much time
in the synagogue where he learned how to play the organ
and was introduced to Jewish chanting. Zemlinsky was also
susceptible to contemporary influences: the hand of Brahms
is clearly recognisable in the choral parts.
Karol Szymanowski
Stabat Mater (1925-1926)
During the First World War, Karol Szymanowski
retreated to his family’s estate in Tymoszowka, nowadays
Ukraine. There, he composed a great deal of chamber music,
his Third Symphony and his First Violin Concerto. The atmosphere of these compositions is imbued with a Wagnerian,
late-romantic idiom with modern French timbres along the
lines of Ravel and Debussy. The October revolution of 1917
ended the composer’s quiet and isolated life. The crisis
aroused fundamental questions in him: what was his social
role as a composer? What did his music need to sound like
in a new political climate? After all, Poland had now become
independent. The national pride had been found again, a
turnabout that also showed in Szymanowksi’s music. The
composer decided to study the musical heritage of his country.
In 1992, he travelled into the Tatra mountain range where he
went looking for folk idioms of the Góral or highland music.
Szymanowksi’s late-romantic style made way for Polish folk
music. It was during this search for authenticity he composed
Stabat Mater.
The first ideas for the Stabat Mater took shape in 1924
when Szymanowksi received a large sum of money from the
patron of music Winnaretta Singer, better known as Princess
Edmond de Polignac. She commissioned a work for choir,
soloists and orchestra along the lines of ‘a Polish requiem’.
However, the contact between Szymanowksi and the Princess
waned as a result of which the plans were never carried out.
The idea resurfaced a year later when an industrialist from
Warsaw, Bronisław Krystall, commissioned a work in honour of
his deceased wife. During that same time, Szymanowksi went
through a difficult period himself. His niece Ala had died in
an accident. Szymanowksi was comforting and supporting his
sister hence the choice for a Stabat Mater with the theme of
a grieving mother in the commission for the entrepreneur. To
make the work even more personal and direct, the composer
used a Polish translation of the medieval poem.
In six small movements, emotions of mourning and
hope take turns. As an antidote for the pain, the orchestra
opens in the first part with restrained and soft melodies. The
timbre is rather dark, orchestra and choir form a safety net for
the grieving mother. The baritone in Quis est homo qui non
fleret calls for compassion – who is not moved by the image of
a mother whose soul is torn? The calm returns in Eia mater fons
amoris. This is where the contralto starts a moaning dialogue
with the clarinet. The soprano and the women’s choir support
her with the words Matko, Matko (Mother, Mother). The atmosphere changes, the part is given a dark, ominous undertone.
The low bass registers allow you to partake in the pain of the
loss. The sacral dimension of the Stabat Mater is clearest in
the fourth part. The homophony in this passage refers to the
church songs that were a great inspiration for the composer.
The fifth part, Virgo virginum praeclara, opens with a vigorous
baritone, accompanied by choir and orchestra, and leads to a
second climax. As the mediator between the worldly and the
otherworldly, the baritone asks not to burn in purgatory. The
human voice humbly asks for a heavenly life after death. The
floating melody – which, according to Szymanowksi himself,
is the most beautiful one he ever composed – dissolves in a
great major chord. Heaven is attained.
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London Philharmonic Orchestra
London Philharmonic Choir
The London Philharmonic Orchestra was founded
by conductor Thomas Beecham in 1932. Throughout its rich
history, it has been led by the greatest conductors, amongst
whom Adrian Boult, Bernard Haitink, Georg Solti, Klaus
Tennstedt and Kurt Masur. Vladimir Jurowski has been the
Principal Conductor since 2007. Composer and conductor
Magnus Lindberg is the composer-in-residence. In addition
to classical music, the orchestra also performs film music,
including a recording of the soundtrack for the Lord of the
Rings Trilogy.
The London Philharmonic Choir was founded in 1947
as choir for the London Philharmonic Orchestra and is one of
the most prestigious choirs in England. Its Artistic Director is
Neville Creed. The LPC has worked with Pierre Boulez, Bernard
Haitink, Sir Simon Rattle, Georg Solti and Roger Norrington,
amongst others. The choir performs all over the world. In 2004
it prepared the Papal Concert of Reconciliation in the Vatican.
Vladimir Jurowski
Conductor Vladimir Jurowski studied at the conservatory in his native city of Moscow and later went to Germany
where he studied in Dresden and Berlin. In 1995, he made
his international debut at the Wexford Festival in Ireland.
Immediately after, he brought Verdi’s Nabucco to the Royal
Opera House in London. Vladimir Jurowski has been the
Music Director of the Glyndebourne Festival since 2001 and
conducted the London Philharmonic Orchestra there for the
first time in December of that same year. Subsequently, he
went on to become Principal Guest Conductor of the orchestra
in 2003 and Principal Conductor in 2007. Last year it was
announced that Jurowski will continue as Principal Conductor
until 2018. He is furthermore also Artistic Director of the Russian
State Orchestra.
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Elzbieta Szmytka
The Polish soprano Elzbieta Szmytka debuted in
Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro at the Kraków Opera. She performs
at prestigious venues and festivals like the Wiener Staatsoper,
the Grand Théâtre de Genève, de Munt in Brussels and the
Salzburger Festspiele. Szmytka has worked with conductors
like Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez, John Eliot Gardiner,
Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Neville Marriner, Antonio Pappano and
Simon Rattle, with whom she recorded Szymanowksi’s Stabat
Mater.
Andrzej Dobber
The Polish baritone Andrzej Dobber studied at the
conservatories of Kraków and Neurenberg. Awards at international competitions resulted in collaborations with the opera
houses of Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Köln, München, Leipzig
and Montpellier. The baritone made his debut in 2007 with
the Met in New York. In the presence of the president of the
European Union and the royal couple, Dobber shone in his role
of Koning Roger in 2011, in the opera by the same name by
Szymanowksi in de Munt.
Agnieszka Rehlis
For eleven years, Agnieszka Rehlis was affiliated with
the Wrocław Opera where she made her debut in 1996. She
also regularly sings concerts and collaborates with composer
and conductor Krzysztof Penderecki. In 2004, her recording
of Penderecki’s Te Deum was awarded best execution of
Polish music. In 2014, the mezzo-soprano made her debut
in New York and went on tour with the Israel Philharmonic
Orchestra performing Penderecki’s Polish Requiem. At the
2014 Klarafestival, Rehlis performed the world première of
Penderecki’s Dies Illa, a work commemorating the First World
War.
Kristina Blaumane
Kristina Blaumane is a Latvian cellist. She was born
in Riga and went to England to complete her training in 1996.
Blaumane has won many awards, including that of Young
Musician of the Year in Latvia. Blaumane has been with the
London Philharmonic Orchestra since 2007. She is also working
on a career as soloist and chamber musician. As a chamber
musician, she has worked with Isaac Stern, Gidon Kremer, Yo
Yo Ma, Leiv Ove Andsnes and Janine Jansen, amongst others.
Blaumane also promotes contemporary music. She performed
the world premières of Dobrinka Tabakova’s Cello Concerto
and Sun Triptych, two compositions written especially for her.
Elsbeth Moser
The Swiss Elsbeth Moser studied accordion at the
conservatories of Bern and Trossingen in Germany. In 1988,
she received an honorary doctorate from the conservatory of
Tianjin (China). She is guest professor in Shanghai (China) and
Pula (Croatia). Her performance of the Sieben Worte by Sofia
Gubaidulina with Gidon Kremer (violin) and David Geringas
(cello) launched her international career. Moser is also the
co-founder of the quintet That, which aims at promoting
contemporary compositions. Sofia Gubaidulina, Vinko
Globokar and Nicolaus Huber have already written music for
the quintet. Moser has also published a handbook for the
bayan: Das Knopfakkordeon C-Griff, ein systematischer Weg
(Sikorski, 2012).
Sander De Keere
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Musicians London Philharmonic Orchestra
First Violin
Viola
Oboe
Bass Trombone
Pieter Schoeman Leader
Chair supported
by Neil Westreich
Vesselin Gellev Sub-Leader
Ilyoung Chae
Chair supported
by Anonymous donor
Ji-Hyun Lee
Chair supported
by Eric Tomsett
Katalin Varnagy
Chair supported
by Sonja Drexler
Catherine Craig
Thomas Eisner
Martin Höhmann
Chair supported
by The Jeniffer and
Jonathan Harris
Charitable Trust
Geoffrey Lynn
Chair supported
by Caroline, Jamie &
Zander Sharp
Robert Pool
Sarah Streatfeild
Yang Zhang
Grace Lee
Rebecca Shorrock
Przemysław Pujanek
Guest Principal
Cyrille Mercier Co-Principal
Robert Duncan
Katharine Leek
Susanne Martens
Benedetto Pollani
Laura Vallejo
Naomi Holt
Daniel Cornford
Sarah Malcolm
Stéphane Rancourt
Guest Principal
Alice Munday
Lyndon Meredith Principal
Second Violin
Andrew Storey Principal
Kate Birchall
Chair supported
by David and
Victoria Graham Fuller
Nancy Elan
Lorenzo Gentili-Tedeschi
Fiona Higham
Nynke Hijlkema
Joseph Maher
Marie-Anne Mairesse
Sioni Williams
Sheila Law
Alison Strange
Harry Kerr
Cello
Pei-Jee Ng Principal
Francis Bucknall
Laura Donoghue
David Lale
Elisabeth Wiklander
Chair supported
by The Viney Family
Sue Sutherley
Susanna Riddell
George Hoult
Lee Tsarmaklis Principal
Cor Anglais
Sue Böhling Principal
Chair supported
by Dr Barry Grimaldi
Kevin Rundell Principal
Laurence Lovelle
George Peniston
Sebastian Pennar
Lowri Morgan
Charlotte Kerbegian
Flute
Katie Bedford
Guest Principal
Sue Thomas
Chair supported
by Victoria Robey OBE
Clare Childs
Stewart McIlwham
Timpani
Simon Carrington Principal
Percussion
Clarinet
Robert Hill Principal
Thomas Watmough
Sub-Principal
Paul Richards
Bassoon
Gareth Newman Principal
Emma Harding
Simon Estell
Contra Bassoon
Andrew Barclay Principal
Chair supported
by Andrew Davenport
Henry Baldwin Co-Principal
Chair supported
by Jon Claydon
Keith Millar
Karen Hutt
Harp
Rachel Masters Principal
Tamara Young
Simon Estell Principal
Celeste & Organ
Horn
Double Basse
Tuba
David Pyatt Principal Chair supported
by Simon Robey
John Ryan Principal
Chair supported
by Laurence Watt
Martin Hobbs
Alex Wide
Gareth Mollison
Trumpet
Paul Beniston Principal
Anne McAneney
Chair supported
by Geoff & Meg Mann
David Hilton
Clíodna Shanahan
Chief Executive
& Artistic Director
Timothy Walker
Tours Manager
Jenny Chadwick
Orchestra Personnel
Manager
Andrew Chenery
Librarian
Sarah Holmes
Stage Manager
Christopher Alderton
Piccolo
Trombone
Stewart McIlwham Principal
Chair supported
by Friends
of the Orchestra
Clare Childs
David Whitehouse Principal
Matthew Lewis
Instrument Transport
Manager
Damian Davis
The London Philharmonic Orchestra also acknowledges the Tsukanov Family for their support of Vladimir Jurowski’s chair; Bianca
and Stuart Roden’s support of Kristina Blaumane’s chair and also William and Alex de Winton support of Mark Templeton’s chair.
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Musicians London Philharmonic Choir
Soprano
Alto
Tenor
Basse
Jane Awdry
Tessa Bartley
Hilary Bates
Catherine Boxall
Laura Buntine
Carole Cameron
Alana Clark
Sarah Deane-Cutler
Victoria Denard
Jessica Eucker
Rachel Gibbon
Emma Hancox
Sally Harrison
Carolyn Hayman
Mai Kikkawa
Jennifer Kilvert
Rei Kozaki
Suzannah Lipmann
Janey Maxwell
Megan McClure Tynan
Katie Milton
Carmel Oliver
Varuni Paranavitane
Linda Park
Marie Power
Danielle Reece-Greenhalgh
Maxine Shearer
Rebecca Sheppard
Fran Stafford
Katie Stuffelbeam
Jenny Torniainen
Sarah van Staveren
Jessica Watson
Joanna Arnold
Deirdre Ashton
Phye Bell
Sally Brien
Andrei Caracoti
Noel Chow
Helen Clough
Carmel Edmonds
Regina Frank
Kathryn Gilfoy
Emily Hill
Andrea Lane
Lisa MacDonald
Ian Maxwell
Marj McDaid
Kristen Mooy
Sophie Morrison
Miranda Ommanney
Carolyn Saunders
Muriel Swijghuisen
Reigersberg
Susi Underwood
Philippa Winstanley
Scott Addison
Geir Andreassen
Julien Ardouin
Christopher Beynon
Tom Dalglish
Robert Geary
Josh Haley
Stephen Hodges
Andrew Mackie
Tony Masters
Jaka Škapin
Claudio Tonini
Tony Wren
Martin Yates
Martyn Atkins
Samuel Barrett
Peter Blamire
Filipe Caetano
Geoff Clare
John D Morris
Phillip Dangerfield
Marcus Daniels
Ian Frost
John G Morris
Christopher Gadd
Nicholas Hennell-Foley
Mark Hillier
Stephen Hines
Rylan Holey
Yaron Hollander
Martin Hudson
Ashley Jacobs
David Kent
Anthony McDonald
Luke Murphy
Will Parsons
Johan Pieters
John Salmon
Ed Smith
Alex Thomas
James Torniainen
Trevor Watson
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BrUxelleS
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1000 Brussels
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Klarafestival is s a joint project of Flanders Festival Brussels & Klara
main partners public funding Vlaamse Gemeenschap
͸ Kabinet van de Minister van
Cultuur, Media, Jeugd en Brussel
De Heer Sven Gatz
͸ Viceminister-president van de Vlaamse
Regering, Vlaams minister van Binnenlands Bestuur, Inburgering, Wonen,
Gelijke Kansen en armoedebestrijding
Mevrouw Liesbeth Homans
Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest / Région de Bruxelles-Capitale
͸ Kabinet van de Minister van Financiën,
Begroting, Externe Betrekkingen
en Onwikkelingssamen-werking
& Voorzitter van het College van de
Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie
(VGC), belast met Onderwijs, Vorming,
Begroting en Communicatie
De Heer Guy Vanhengel
͸ Staatssecretaris van het Brussels
Hoofdstedelijk Gewest belast met
Ontwikkelingssamenwerking, Verkeersveiligheidsbeleid, Gewestelijke en
gemeentelijke Informatica en
Digitalisering, Gelijkekansenbeleid
en Dierenwelzijn
Mevrouw Bianca Debaets
concert partners ͸ Minister van de Brusselse
Hoofdstedelijke Regering, belast
met Mobiliteit & Openbare Werken
͸ Minister, Lid van het College van de
Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie
(VGC), belast met Cultuur, Jeugd,
Sport en Stedelijk Beleid
De Heer Pascal Smet
official festival car
associations AMARANT / BRUSSELS NV / DE BUURTWINKEL / DE ZILVEREN PASSER / HOBO / LCD CHARMONY / LOKAAL DIENSTENCENTRUM DE HARMONIE /
LOKAAL DIENSTENCENTRUM LOTUS / NEOS / OCMW'S VAN ANTWERPEN, BRUGGE, GENT, MECHELEN EN WEMMEL / ROTARY VAN COUDENBERG /
SENIORENCENTRUM BOD / VUB ALUMNI / WIJKPARTENARIAAT DE SCHAKEL
official festival suppliers business seats OPTIMA, BNP PARIBAS FORTIS, KLARA, ERIK DRALANS, GIMV, KBC, MÖBIUS, OMNIA TRAVEL, QUANTEUS
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agenda
THE RITE OF SPRING
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest,
Diego Matheuz
DER TOD UND DAS MÄDCHEN
Kuss Quartet
FRI 18.3 20:00
WED 9.3 20:00 BOZAR
9.3 20:00 Bozar
Conservatorium Brussels
HUMAN REQUIEM
ST. JOHN PASSION BACH
Rundfunkchor Berlin, Nikolas Fink,
Jochen Sandig, Sasha Waltz
Andreas Spering, Pierre Audi,
Wim Delvoye, B’Rock,
NFMChoir
Choir
B’rock, NFM
& Muziektheater Transparant
THU —SAT 10/11/12.3 20:30 Kaaitheater
24.3 2016
FRI —SAT 18/19.3 20:00
Les Halles de Schaerbeek
WATER PASSION
Radio Koor, Tan Dun
STABAT MATER SZYMANOWSKI Vlaams
SAT 19.3 20:00 BOZAR
Bozar
London Philharmonic Orchestra
& Choir, Vladimir Jurowski
FRI 11.3 20:00
BOZAR Bozar SEPTEM VERBA A CHRISTO
Akademie Für Alte Musik Berlin,
René Jacobs
IL PRIMO OMICIDIO
Concerto Italiano,
italiano,
Rinaldo Alessandrini
SAT 19.3 20:00 Concertgebouw
BRUCKNER 9
SAT 12.3 20:00 BOZAR
Bozar
National Orchestra of Belgium,
Michael Schønwandt
SONGS OF PASSION
& COMPASSION
Shanti! Shanti! & ZWAP
SUN 13.3 11:00
Flagey
KIESLOWSKI’S DECALOGUE
IN MUSIC
NFM Wrocław Philharmonic
& Choir,
ZbigniewPreisner
Preisner
Choir,Zbigniew
SUN 13.3 20:00 Flagey
SUN 20.3 15:00 BOZAR
Bozar
STABAT MATER / SCHUBERT
Le Cercle de l’Harmonie &
Vokalakademie Berlin, Jérémie Rhorer
MON 21.3 20:00
MON 21.3 20:00 Théâtre
Gli Angeli Genève, Stephan Macleod
TUE 15.3 20:00 Kapellekerk
Kapellenkerk
du Vaudeville
VIA CRUCIS
Jan Michiels, Inge Spinette
& Polish Cello Quartet
Orchestre des Champs-Elysées & Collegium Vocale Gent,
Philippe
PhvilippeHerreweghe
Herreweghe
ACTUS TRAGICUS
deSingel
SUPERNOVA
DIE SIEBEN LETZTEN WORTE
MON 14.3 20:00 BOZAR
Bozar
Brugge
TUE 22.3 20:00 BOZAR
Bozar
ST. MATTHEW PASSION / BACH
Monteverdi Choir & English
Baroque Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner
WED
23.3 20:00 BOZAR
Bozar
MAHLER 3
YELLOW LOUNGE
Budapest Festival
Orchestra
festival orchestra
& NFM Choir, Iván Fischer
Miloš, Lucas & Arthur Jussen,
Esther Yoo
WED 16.3 20:00 BOZAR
Bozar
EIC 360°
Ensemble Intercontemporain,
intercontemporain,
Matthias Pintscher
THU 17.3 20:00
BOZAR
Bozar
THU 24.3 20:00 Mirano
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