Soloists of Music Chapel on 12th June, in Concertgebouw of Amsterdam
Lilit Grigoryan, piano - Joona Pulkkinen, cello - Liya Petrova, violin
Trio No. 2 in E minor for violin, cello and piano, op. 67
mardi 28 mai 2013
Augustin Dumay, violin - Maria Joao pires, piano - José van Dam, voice - Andel Rhaman El Bacha, piano - Gary Hoffman, cello - Artemis Quartet, chamber music
60 young artists in residence
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Auditions in March & April 2014
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Announcingthe Queen Elisabeth Musical Voyage 2013
The Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Belgium is proud to announce the return of its Musical Voyage, a curated cruise tour across Europe and North Africa for music aficionados, featuring first class performances.
The biannual cruise features some of the world’s most renowned musicians many of whom are Masters in Residence at the prestigious Music Chapel. The voyage will unite a love of music with a love of travel and discovery aboard ‘The Silver Wind’. This year the journey will carry passengers to Barcelona, Palma (Majorca), Malta, Sicily, the Aeolian Islands, Ravello and Rome; from Tuesday 17th September to Tuesday 24th September. The programme will feature concerts both on the boat and on land in stunning venues along the route. Performers include: Masters in Residence Augustin Dumay, Abdel Rahman El Bacha, Gary Hoffman, with Frank Braley, Serguei Nakariakov, Kate Royal and Christopher Warren-Green, Sinfonia Varsovia, Vlaams Radio Koor, presenting soloists of the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel. The musical programme aboard the voyage is what makes it such a truly special occasion. The world-class musicians will serenade the passengers every evening of the trip for what will be a thoroughly intense and truly remarkable classical experience. The aim of the Musical Voyage is to provide a group of informed music lovers with the opportunity to explore the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel from the inside, together with rich and emotive musical experiences, in line with a superb spirit of companionship. For a whole week, several masters in residence and several guest soloists, approximately ten young soloists in residence at the Music Chapel and one of the best chamber orchestras in the world combine their talents to deliver to an enthusiastic audience, meetings, rehearsals, master classes and two daily concerts - one on board, the other on land, always at an exceptional location. Highlights include the inaugural concert in Barcelona at the Casa Llotja de Mar. Passengers from ‘The Silver Wind’ will be welcomed with a programme of Beethoven and Brahms. The artists will be accompanied by the Sinfonia Varsovia, conducted by renowned British conductor Christopher Warren-Green, who leads much of the wonderful music throughout the journey.
A novel musical walk through the domain of ArgenteuilThe young soloists of the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel invite you on a journey through time, an exciting walk to (re)discover some memorable pages written over 200 years of history. Among others, Mozart and Beethoven, Franck or Ravel, and Shostakovich are brought to life again by the dynamism of a young and enthusiastic interpretation that is distinctive for each interpreter.
It is also a route along exceptional locations. The Music Chapel, the Scandinavian School - the former Meeûs chateau - and the Royal Domain in turn host a privileged public for three open-air concerts in nature on the edge of the Sonian Forest. A Garden Party that is only waiting for you and that will be festively concluded with a walking dinner!
NB1: the number of registrations is limitedNB2: an alternative is planned if the weather is poor
mardi 10 mai 2011
For this sixth volume of Fuga Libera's collection 'Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth', we again find the magnificent Sinfonia Varsovia under the direction of Augustin Dumay, whose disciple Nikita Boriso?Glebsky has the place of honour, as in the Vieuxtemps set (FUG 575) where he excelled in the 3rd Concerto. Winner of the Sibelius and Fritz Kreisler competitions in 2010, and prize?winner at the Tchaikovsky, Queen Elisabeth and Montreal competitions, Nikita Boriso?Glebsky is one of the surest talents of his generation. Here he offers a particularly welcome programme since, alongside the famous, colourful Symphonie espagnole, we find pieces that are infinitely less well known, such as the Sonata for violin and piano in which Jean?Philippe Collard matches the young Russian violinist with sparkling keyboard playing: the occasion to recall that Lalo was a pioneer of chamber music in France.
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