programme

Johann Sebastian Bach – Toccata, Adagio und Fuge in C-dur, BWV 564
Peter Cornelius – 3 Psalmlieder, op. 13
Felix Mendelssohn – Psalm 100 Jauchzet dem Herrn alle Welt
Johannes Brahms
– Zwei Motetten, op. 74: I. Warum ist das Licht gegeben dem Mühseligen?
Johannes Brahms
– Geistliches Lied, op. 30
Sigfrid Karg-Elert
– Drei Symphonische Choräle, op. 87: II: Jesu, meine Freude
Johann Sebastian Bach
– Jesu, meine Freude, BWV 227

introduction

The 'Ars in Catedrali' festival, held in the splendid Cathedral of St Michael and St Gudula in Brussels, dates back, in the form of an organ festival, to 1959. The initiative that brings audiences to the cathedral every Tuesday during the months of July and August for an organ concert was originally the idea of Jozef Sluys – the celebrated cathedral organist for more than 40 years.

In the early days there was just one organ, built by Patrick Collon, but since the installation of the internationally renowned Grenzing organ in 2000, the concerts have taken on an added dimension. This impressive instrument has made possible an entirely new repertoire.

The Vlaams Radiokoor will combine vocal music by Mendelssohn and Bach with organ compositions by Brahms.

artists

Bart Van Reyn

conductor

One of Belgium’s most sought-after conductors of the new generation, Bart Van Reyn is passionate about opera, symphonic and vocal repertoire.

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Peter Pieters, organ

soloist

practical info

Tickets

from €16

location

concert

Sint-Goedeleplein, 1000 Brussels | +32 (2) 217 83 45

ticketshop

> online
www.cathedralisbruxellensis.be

> via mail
Send a mail to arsincathedrali@gmail.com. Mention your name, the number of attendees and the category. Make a payment of the corresponding amount to account BE81 0682 1425 3324 of Culture and Tourism. The account must be credited at least 2 days before the concert.

> at the door
No booking? You are welcome at our reception desk at the concert evening. Tickets purchased locally must be paid in cash. The doors of the cathedral open at 19:15.

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