AGENDA

  • DATE
    TIME
    LOCATION
    COUNTRY
    PROJECT
    TICKET
  • 03/03/2024
    3:30 pm
    Netherlands

    OF HEAVENLY & EARTHLY LOVE

    Love: divine love, earthly love, erotic love. In the Italian music of the 16th and 17th centuries, composers Monteverdi, Caccini, Strozzi, Sanches and Grandi put the different aspects of love into music in songs and opera arias.
    Arias & cantates of Giulio Caccini, Giovanni F. Sanches , Alessandro Grandi , Claudio Monteverdi, Ricercare & Bastarda pieces of Diego Ortiz, Francesco Rognoni, Bartolomé de Selma
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  • 19/03/2024
    8:00 pm
    Belgium

    WINTER SOLSTICE

    Early & traditional music from Scandinavia, Lithuania & England

    Since the dawn of mankind, the sun has been a divine symbol of the lifegiving power of light. In ancient civilisations, celebrations and rituals in honour of the sun’s annual orbit were important fixed points in the annual calendar. Light festivals are celebrated in cultures all over the world, such as Diwali in India and...
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    Romina Lischka | Photographer Geoffrey Schied
  • 04/05/2024
    9:00 pm
    Belgium

    FROM THE MOON TO THE FISH

    EXPLORING CROSS BORDER MUSICAL SUFI TRADITIONS

    From the moon to the Fish explores, through music and video, the rich Sufi music from Turkey and Syria, which also made its way to Europe in the Middle Ages. At the heart of the program is self-surrender to love of god attached to the centuries old ceremony of Turkish Sufi dancers.
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  • 09/05/2024
    8:30 pm
    Spain

    LES TROIS MAITRES

    The famous French gamba virtuosi Marin Marais and Antoine Forqueray wrote numerous collections of Pièces de Violes between 1686 and 1747. Marais was the first gambist to attain a soloist position at the court of Louis XIV. The lute repertoire was an important influence on his compositions. Forqueray, in contrast, was inspired by the violin...
    Suites of Marin Marais (1656 – 1728), Monsieur Forqueray le père (1672 – 1745), François Couperin (1668 – 1733)

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    Romina Lischka | Photographer Marisa Vranjes
  • 10/05/2024
    7:30 pm
    Spain

    OPERE DI BARBARA STROZZI

    A PORTRAIT OF BARBARA STROZZI IN 5 ACTS

    Barbara Strozzi (1619 - 1677) was said to be “the most prolific composer - male or female - of printed secular vocal music” in Venice in the mid-17th century. She published eight volumes of her own music, and had more music in print than any other composer of the time. As the daughter of the...
    Cantate, ariette & duetti
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  • 17/05/2024
    8:00 pm
    Germany

    THE PUMPKIN HUT AT KÖNIGSBERG

    Königsberg in East Prussia (now Kaliningrad, Russia) was a rare haven of peace during the Thirty Years’ War thanks to its geographical location. Many people, including artists and musicians, fled there from the horrors of plague and war. Heinrich Albert, a pupil of Heinrich Schütz (his cousin) and Johann Hermann Schein, the Thomaskantor in Leipzig, was...
    H. Albert, Schein and Schütz - Arias, Suites
    by Hammerschmidt, Schein & Scheidt
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  • 09/06/2024
    11:00 am
    Austria

    FROM THE MOON TO THE FISH

    EXPLORING CROSS BORDER MUSICAL SUFI TRADITIONS

    From the moon to the Fish explores, through music and video, the rich Sufi music from Turkey and Syria, which also made its way to Europe in the Middle Ages. At the heart of the program is self-surrender to love of god attached to the centuries old ceremony of Turkish Sufi dancers.
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  • 01/09/2024
    3:00 pm
    Germany

    TRANSITIONS

    An evening in seven chapters. A play with identities, cultures, musical styles and expectations between trance and ecstasy. The musical world ranges from Arabic and Turkish maqams and North Indian classical dhrupad singing to Bach and viol music from the time of Louis XIV. The differences between different worlds and times disappear. Everything seems possible...
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