What could be a better way to end this difficult year than by enjoying the creative sounds of Camille Saint-Saëns with the European Union Choir?!
In remembrance of his death 100 years ago, we pay tribute to this tremendous composer.
Excerpts from Offenbach operettas and several Opera choirs from Giuseppe Verdi December 3, 2019 20 pm
ANNUAL CONCERT OF THE ROYAL SYMPHONIC BAND OF THE BELGIAN GUIDESON THE OCCASION OF THE CELEBRATION OF THE KING AND THIS YEAR IN HONOUR OF THE 18TH BIRTHDAY OF H.R.H. PRINCESS ELISABETH
At this concert you will also appreciate the interventions of the European Union Choir performing two excerpts from Offenbach operettas and several Opera choirs from Giuseppe Verdi. You will also be enchanted by the talent of Pauline van der Rest, a Young Belgian violinist with already a brilliant honors list.
We all know this band and its trumpeter corps with an impressive history, its unique musical qualities and rightly international fame. Next to its major role at official and military ceremonies, including the National Day pageant, the Guides Band plays numerous concerts in Belgium and abroad, often performing Belgian composers. The Guides Band also frequently accompanies renowned soloists, including prizewinners of the International Queen Elisabeth Music Contest.
The European Union Choir invites you, on 13 October 2019, to their yearly Autumn concert in the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels.
For this Mozart evening, the European Union Choir calls on the Mosan Orchestral Ensemble who is celebrating its 25 anniversary.
Its Director, Jean-Pierre Haeck, will direct two essential musical masterpieces: the concerto for clarinet and the W.A. Mozart Requiem.
Since their advent in 1958, the objective of the European Union Choir is to perpetuate the heritage of great classical composers and to use the universal language
of music as a hyphen between the people of Europe and the world. It is made up of 80 singers coming from diverse horizons.
The European Union Choir is frequently asked to accompany European events and have performed in numerous European capitals and towns.
They have interpreted choral works from baroque to the contempory with great European orchestras, Directors and renowned soloists.
Clarinet: Jean-Luc Votano
Soprano: Véronique Solhosse
Viola: Natacha Kowalski
Tenor: Adriaan De Koster
Bass: Matthew Zadow
Mosan Orchestral Ensemble
Conductor: Jean-Pierre Haeck
Conductor: Dirk De Moor
Sun 13 Oct 2019 17:00→ 19:00
LOCATION Henry Le Boeuf Hall
Rue Ravenstein 23
PRICESNormal price: € 42 – 35 – 25 – 18
Production: The European Union Choir
After the enormous success in 2018 of the "Requiem" from Brahms celebrating our 60th Anniversary,