Underground concert: Maarten Stragier + Duo Calambur + Enrico Pigozzi & Julia Szproch
The promise of multiple discoveries: that of a major heritage of Brussels, buried under the cobblestones of the Royale Square, but also unexpected musical sensations, coordinated by the flutist and musicologist Dr. Matteo Gemolo, (www.matteogemolo.com) and amplified by an exceptional environment.
A program of 3 live concerts in a palace which used to be a place enlivened with creativity.
Playing with the history of spaces and the perceptible vibrations of city traffic, Gemolo takes you far, very far from any beaten track. Because music is a medium that allows individuals to come into communion despite their differences, you will discover that the heart of Brussels keeps beating thanks to the energy of artists from all walks of life, and who have chosen to settle there.
Maarten Stragier + Duo Calambur + Enrico Pigozzi & Julia Szproch
Maarten Stragier (Classical and Electric Guitar)
Tristan Murail (b. 1947)
Tellur for Classical Guitar
Mauricio Pauly (b. 1976)
Sky Destroys Dog for Electric Guitar
Blanca Prieto (Baroque Violin)
Rebecca Lefèvre (Viola da Gamba)
Hildegard von Bingen (1098 – 1179)
Eugène Ysaÿe (1858 – 1931)
Hildegard von Bingen
Éric Satie (1866 – 1925)
Gnossienne n. 2
Orlando di Lasso (1532 – 1594)
Bicinien n. VII and VIII
Enrico Pigozzi (Live Electronics) + Julia Szproch (Voice)
Original compositions by Enrico Pigozzi. Improvisation and live electronics by Enrico Pigozzi and Julia Szproch.
This concert is organised within the framework of the Coudenberg Sound Box Fest. The "playlist" entitled Sound Box Fest, also constitutes a musical visit guide recorded live in the archaeological site of the Royal Palace of Brussels; it is available on our audio guide and on Youtube.
Date: Sunday 19/12, 6 pm
Entry: Place Royale 10, 1000 Bruxelles.
Price: 15 euros / pass 3 concerts 35 euros
- either with the Payconiq app at the entrance before the concert www.payconiq.be
- or preferably with a bank transfer to BE90 7360 3156 0632. A proof of payment will be required at the entrance.
Info and booking: email@example.com –
Coudenberg Palace is not heated.
For your own comfort, we recommend you to come with a suitable outfit.