Outdoor concert screening - Music at the Museum
Music is an essential part of Europe’s cultural history. The House of European History produced a series of short concerts performed and filmed in the exhibition space at the end of the coronavirus lockdown, which we are now delighted to screen for the public.
Come sit outside on the grass of Parc Leopold after your visit of the museum to enjoy a rich and varied repertoire interpreted by talented musicians. Travel with your senses across Europe's 19th and 20th centuries, from Beethoven, Debussy, Handel and Halvorsen, to the successes of the Roaring Twenties' popular music.
To attend the event safely with respect to the sanitary measures in place, please register at this link.
A food truck will be present on site for snacks & drinks.
This series of filmed concerts is an initiative of the House of European History together with the events and cultural agency Edificio.
This event is possible thanks to the cooperation with eQuama and Vraiment Vraiment.
Bartholomeus-Henri VAN de VELDE
Benjamin ALBERTIJN, Maarten De CLERCQ, Prosper DERBAUDRIEGHEN, Frederic DESTERBECQ, Filip JACOBS, André LEPLAT, Mathias De MARCO, Steven van MOER, Steven DE STICKERE, Thierry WARNON.
House of European History – Teodora BRATU, Blandine SMILANSKY
Edificio – Stéphane BORDIGNON, Michel DAVISTER
Passacaglia for violin and cello (1894) - Johan HALVORSEN (1864-1935, Norway), after G.F. HANDEL, (1685, Germany - Great Britain, 1759)
Duo for Violin & Cello (early Vienna period, 1792-1802) - Ludwig Van BEETHOVEN (1770, Germany – 1827, Austria)
Violin: Kim Hyung WOO, Cello: Kacper NOWAK
String Quartet Op. 10 (1893) - Claude DEBUSSY (1862-1918, France)
MALIBRAN QUARTET (Violins: Tatiana SAMOUIL, Nicolas DUPONT, Alto: Marc SABBAH, Cello: Guy DANEL)
Mon Homme (1920) written for Mistinguett - Maurice YVAIN (music), Albert WILLEMETZ, JACQUES-CHARLES (lyrics)
Barbara song (1928) from the play “Die Dreigroschenoper” (The “Threepenny opera”) - Kurt WEILL (music), Bertold BRECHT (lyrics)
Blue hours (1928) from “La revue des ambassadeurs” - Cole PORTER
Twentieth Century Blues (1931) from the musical “Cavalcade” - Noël COWARD
Voice: Ariadne Van den BRANDE, Piano: Bart Van CAENEGEM, Double base: Jos MACHTEL
A Paganini (1982) - Alfred SCHNITTKE (1934, Soviet Union – 1998, Germany)
Violin: Feodor LUDEVIG