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Agenda - Concerts and Exhibitions

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Thursday 20 JUNI 2019 - 20:00

Address : Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekathedraal ,Groenplaats 21 - 2000 Antwerpen

Antwerp Symphony Orchestra Antwerp Symphony Orchestra

Organisation : Antwerp Symphony Orchestra
 
Kees Bakels, conductor
Antwerp Symphony Orchestra
 
Program :
- Lodewijk Mortelmans : Exaltation (Elegie nr. 2)
- Anton Bruckner : Symfonie nr. 4 in Es
 
Horn call, singing birds, mysterious forests, medieval hunting scenes. In composing his Fourth Symphony, Anton Bruckner let his romantic imagination run free. If one symphony embodies the 'romantic' longing for a pre-modern, untouched natural idyll, it is this one. Under the vault of the Antwerp Cathedral, Kees Bakels places Bruckner's sweetest, most melodious symphony on the pupiter. One thing is certain: with Bakels at the helm, the Fourth Symphony sounds like a soothing listening experience.
 
website : Antwerp Symphony Orchestra

Thursday 6 JUNE 2019 - 19:00

Address : Concert Hall, Museum Überlingen, Krummebergstraße 30 - 88662 Überlingen Germany

Bodenseefestival : Aufbrüche (Departures) - Piano recital

Hanna Bachmann, piano
 
Program :
- Lodewijk Mortelmans : Jeugd, Memories
- Ludwig van Beethoven : Sonate in c-Moll Op.10/1
- Peter Benoit : Suite Op.34 Nr. 3
- Sergej Prokofiev : Sonate in A-Dur Op.82
 
Two unjustly forgotten Belgian composers of late romanticism are to be discovered: Peter Benoit, revered by his fellow countrymen as the "father of Flemish music", and his pupil Lodewijk Mortelmans wrote incredibly atmospheric piano miniatures. The young Austrian pianist Hanna Bachmann combines these rarities with repertoire classics: first Beethoven, whose early Sonata op. 10 No. 1 seemed to his audience to be ingenious, but also a little bizarre. Then Prokofiev with his stunningly virtuosic Sonata op. 82. It was allegedly inspired by a musical novel by Romain Rolland, in which Beethoven's piano sonatas play an important role.
 
website : www.bodenseefestival.de
website : www.museum-Überlingen.de
website : www.hannabachmann.com/en
 
 

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Saturday & Sunday 11 - 12 MAY 2018

Address : Privat Museum House Mortelmans - Boterhamstraat 1 - 2000 Antwerp

Open door weekend - Museum House Mortelmans

Everybody is welcome, and the entrance is free
Doors : 11:00 - 17:30

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Sunday 28 APRIL 2019 - 15:00

Address : Sint-Jacobuskerk, Kerkstraat 4 - 2950 Kapellen

 

 
 
 
 
 
"Voix Célestes" stands for heavenly voices

Women's choir Voix Célestes and its conductor Simon De Paepe are very proud to be able to work with two talented soloists, the German soprano Margareta Köllner and the Flemish baritone Tom Van Bogaert during the concert on Sunday 28 April.
The women's choir and soloists will be orchestrally accompanied by Ophélie Sánchez, Shuya Tanaka, Marjolein Vernimmen, Lotte Stuyck, Tanguy Aerts, Ruth Bouckaert, Eleni Tsiotsiou, Laia Ruiz Llopart, Michel Labruyere and Annelies Focquaert.
 
 
Program :
Gabriel Fauré - Requiem
Hector Berlioz - La mort d'Ophélie
Gabriel Fauré - Le Ruisseau
August De Boeck - O beata mater
August De Boeck - Het kerksken van te lande
Noah Senden - Bounds of the Unthinkable
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Ave Verum
Carsten Braun - Magnificat
 
website : www.voixcelestes.be

Friday 26 APRIL 2019 - 16:30

Address : MUHKA (Museum of Modern Art), Leuvenstraat 32 - 2000 Antwerpen

Course from 26-04-2019 till 28-06-2019
 

 
Belgian music of the 19th century
(1830-1920)

 
Between adoration and oblivion

The Belgians should be just about the least proud people in Europe when it comes to their own classical musical heritage. Names of great composers from Dutch music history are often only known because squares or streets have been named after them, or because they have a statue here or there. And even if we know names like Fétis, Gevaert or Gilson, we have to admit that there is little music that spontaneously comes to mind. Are we therefore not obliged to take a closer look at our own music history?
 
We are already taking up the challenge!
 
Belgium was able to occupy a unique place in European musical life: squeezed between France and the German-speaking world, its composers processed influences from both musical cultures into a unique mixture that might even be called "Belgian". In this course we will discuss national music, from the birth of Belgium in 1830 until the end of the First World War and its immediate aftermath. We sketch the portraits of a number of composers against the background of Belgian history and look for the cultural-historical value of the musical heritage that we can call our own. Along the way we get to know the oeuvre of composers such as: Guillaume Lekeu, François Fétis, François Servais, Henry Vieuxtemps, Joseph Ryelandt, Joseph Jongen, Adolphe Biarent, August De Boeck, Paul Gilson, César Franck, Lodewijk Mortelmans and of course not to forget: Peter Benoit.
 
 
David Vergauwen, teacher
website : www.amarant.be
website : www.symfonieorkest.be

Wednesday 10 APRIL 2019 - 12:30-13:20

Address : Muziekinstrumentenmuseum (MIM), Hofberg 2 - 1000 Brussels

Pianorecital Middagconcerten Brussel

 
Jozef De Beenhouwer, piano
Program :
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
     Partita Nr.1 in Bes (Si bémol majeur), BWV 825 (Leipzig, 1826)
     • Praeludium
     • Allemande
     • Corrente
     • Menuet I & II
     • Giga
Clara Schumann (1819-1896)
     • Variationen über ein Thema von Robert Schumann, Op.20 - (Düsseldorf, Mei-Juni 1853)
Lodewijk Mortelmans (1868-1952)
     • Het Wielewaalt en Leeuwerkt [Like a singing Bird] (1921)
Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849)
     • Nocturne in B (Si majeur), Op.62 Nr.1 (ca 1845)
     • Barcarolle, Op.60 (1845-46)
 
website : Middagconcerten
 

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Thursday 28 MARCH 2019

PHAEDRA 92015KlaraRADIO KLARA
Program : GOLDBERG (00:00 - 06:00)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Het wielewaalt en leeuwerkt [04:59]
Jozef de Beenhouwer, piano
PHAEDRA 92015
 

Sunday 17 MARCH 2019

PHAEDRA 92096KlaraRADIO KLARA
Program : WALDEN (11:00 - 14:00)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Lyrische pastorale, for horn and orchestra [07:38]
Diechje Minne, horn - Herman Engels, conductor - Filharmonie Hradec Kralové
PHAEDRA 92096
 

Tuesday 12 MARCH 2019 - 20:00-22:00

Address : Museum Vleeshuis / Klank van de Stad, Vleeshouwersstraat 38 - 2000 Antwerpen


 

Peter Benoit ommemoration

 
Organisation : Peter Benoitfonds
The Peter Benoit Fund was established to preserve, make available, publish and promote the work of Peter Benoit. The fund is located in the library of the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp.
 
This year, the annual Peter Benoit Commemoration of the Peter Benoit Fund is entirely dedicated to pianist Jozef De Beenhouwer.
On 12 March 2019 he receives the Peter Benoit Prize for his many and exceptional qualities as a performer, editor and researcher and the fact that from the very beginning of his career he has paid special attention to the keyboard and chamber music of Flemish composers. On that evening Jozef De Beenhouwer will present a varied programme with soprano Liesbeth Devos and the Spiegel String Quartet, with works by Peter Benoit, Marinus De Jong, August De Boeck, Lodewijk Mortelmans and Joseph Ryelandt. The concert is organized with the support of the Friends of the Antwerp Conservatory.
 
Program :
Marinus De Jong (1891-1984)
     • From ‘Zes Preluden, opus 5 (1921) - nr.6 Praeludium (Religiosum) (Ad te levavi animam meam)
     • ’t Is Stille (Guido Gezelle) , Op.12 nr.1 (1924)
     • Nocturno. ‘Schemeravond op Esschenhof’, Op.53 (1945)
August De Boeck (1865-1937)
     • C’est en toi, bien-aimé (Charles van Lerberghe) (dec.1917)
Lodewijk Mortelmans (1868-1952)
     • Hoe schoon de Morgendauw (Guido Gezelle) (1900)
     • Als de Ziele luistert (Guido Gezelle) (1913)
     • Meidag (Guido Gezelle) (1913)
     • Het Wielewaalt en Leeuwerkt (1921)
     • Lied van Mignon (‘Kennst du das Land’) (J. W. von Goethe) (1906)
 
Peter Benoit (1834-1901)
     • Fantasie nr.3, Op.18 (1860)
     • From ‘Vertelsels en Balladen’, Op.34 (1861) - Ballade: Legende van den Leiegeest
Joseph Ryelandt (1870-1965)
     • ‘k En hoore U nog niet (Guido Gezelle), Op.46 nr.1 (1907)
     • Ego Flos (Guido Gezelle), Op.77 (1920)
     • Pianokwintet nr.1 in a, Op.32 (1901)
 
website : www.ap-arts.be
website : tickets.desingel.be
website & info : svm
 
 

Thursday 7 MARCH 2019

SENZA NOME 5411499-92022KlaraRADIO KLARA
Program : ESPRESSO (06:00 - 09:00)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Hoe schoon de Morgendauw - [02:03]
Hendrickje Van Kerckhove, soprano - Christel Kessels, piano
SENZA NOME 5411499-92022
 
PAVANE ADW 7547KlaraRADIO KLARA
Program : ESPRESSO (06:00 - 09:00)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Het wielewaalt en leeuwerkt [05:29]
Peter Vanhove, piano
PAVANE ADW 7547
 

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Wednesday 27 FEBRUARY 2019

PHAEDRA 92033KlaraRADIO KLARA
Program : GOLDBERG (00:00 - 06:00)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Elegie I - In Memoriam - [07:41]
Fernand Terby, conductor - BRTN Filharmonisch Orkest
PHAEDRA 92033
 

Sunday 17 FEBRUARY 2019

MARCO POLO 8.225100WQXR New YorkWQXR   NEW-YORK   Public Radio
Program :
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Elegie II. Hartverheffing (Exultation) [07:34]
Silveer Van den Broeck, conductor - VRT Philharmonic Orchestra
MARCO POLO 8.225100
 

Thursday 14 FEBRUARY 2019

PHAEDRA 92096KlaraRADIO KLARA
Program : GOLDBERG (00:00 - 06:00)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Romanza for violine and orchestra [05:32]
Milan Pala, violine - Herman Engels, conductor - Filharmonie Hradec Kralové
PHAEDRA 92096
 

Wednesday 13 FEBRUARY 2019

MARCO POLO 8.225101WQXR New YorkWQXR   NEW-YORK   Public Radio
Program :
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Mythe der Lente - Symfonisch Gedicht [10:28]
Silveer Van den Broeck, conductor - VRT Philharmonic Orchestra
MARCO POLO 8.225101
 

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Saturday 26 JANUARY 2019

PHAEDRA 92096KlaraRADIO KLARA
Program : KLARA IN DE SINGEL (14:00 - 17:00)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Lyrische pastorale, for horn and orchestra [07:38]
Diechje Minne, horn - Herman Engels, conductor - Filharmonie Hradec Kralové
PHAEDRA 92096
 

Friday 25 JANUARY 2019

PHAEDRA 92096KlaraRADIO KLARA
Program : GOLDBERG (00:00 - 06:00)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Lyrische pastorale, for horn and orchestra [07:38]
Diechje Minne, horn - Herman Engels, conductor - Filharmonie Hradec Kralové
PHAEDRA 92096
 

Monday 21 JANUARY 2019

PAVANE ADW 7547KlaraRADIO KLARA
Program : GOLDBERG (00:00 - 06:00)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Het wielewaalt en leeuwerkt [05:29]
Peter Vanhove, piano
PAVANE ADW 7547
 

Wednesday 16 JANUARY 2019

AIROPHONIC 541149980132KlaraRADIO KLARA
Program : GOLDBERG (00:00 - 06:00)
Lodewijk Mortelmans - Lyrische pastorale [07:50]
Ivo Hadermann, Horn - Geert Callaert, piano
AIROPHONIC 541149980132
 

Sunday 13 JANUARY 2019 - 11:00-12:00

Address : Kraakhuis Muziekcentrum De Bijloke, Godhuizenlaan 2 - 9000 Gent

Recital Duo Adelfoi - Young Masters #3

Organisation : Florestan Bataillie and Ludovic Bataillie
Florestan Bataillie, piano
Florestan Bataillie, violin
 
Info :
The Duo Adelfoi plays their debut here in De Bijloke. This with a festive programme around masterpieces by Schubert and Grieg. They will also dive into the Belgian repertoire and perform the beautiful Romanza by Lodewijk Mortelmans and finally two of their own compositions.
 
Program :
Franz Schubert (1979-1828)
     • Sonatine in D, Op.137 - allegro molto - Andante -Allegro vivace
Lodewijk Mortelmans (1868-1952)
     • Romanza
Edvard Grieg (1843-1907)
     • Vioolsonate in c, Op.45 - Allegro molto e appasionata - Allegro espressivo alla Romanza - Allegro animato
Florestan Bataillie (1992) - Belgian blues
 
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