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Saturday 06 April 2019

  • Bruges

    26 March to 10 April [Belgium - Bruges]

    From 26 March-10 April, Concertgebouw Brugge presents the Cosmos Festival. A Baroque view of the elements is juxtaposed with a dance performance, in which live sounds from the universe guide six percussionists and four dancers through space. With his life's work The United Planets, artist Karl Van Welden occupies a central place, as do Arne Deforce, who journeys through space in his latest creation. From analogue to digital, brace yourself for a present-day Harmony of the Spheres, with among others Les Muffatti & Bertrand Cuiller.

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  • Bach Verein Foto Martin Fug min

    5 to 14 April 2019 [Cologne - GERMANY]
    MUSIC. MY LOVE

    Kölner Fest für Alte Musik // Festival de Musique Ancienne de Cologne

     
    6 April - 20h00

    KLAGT, KINDER, KLAGT ES ALLER WELT

    Trinitatiskirche Köln · Filzengraben 6 · 50676 Köln

    Although its original score is lost, it was possible to reconstruct this cantata by Johann Sebastian Bach, also known as the Köthener Trauermusik. The Kammerchor (chamber choir) of the Bach-Verein Köln together with Concerto con Anima conducted by Thomas Neuhoff will perform this amazing music. An introduction to the concert at 18:30 will be given by Prof. Dr. Peter Wollny (Bach-Archiv Leipzig) and Dr. Norbert Bolin.

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  • 5 to 14 April 2019 [Cologne - GERMANY]

    MUSIC. MY LOVE

    Kölner Fest für Alte Musik // Festival de Musique Ancienne de Cologne

     
    6 April - 22h00

    PERMUTATIONS/GENERATIONS (Premiere)

    Trinitatiskirche Köln · Filzengraben 6 · 50676 Köln

    The musicians, Michael Niesemann (Oboe and Saxophone), Pablo Giw (Trumpet and Flugelhorn) and Philip Zoubek (Organ, Synthesizer, Piano) will explore the relationship between baroque and jazz music. A bridge built between the centuries which may lead to something completely different or just a permutation… As part of the Mühlheim Night

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European Day of Early Music - 7th Edition

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