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Constellations in Béguinage

Contemporary Classical Musical Concert

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For the start of Falak 2, the New European Ensemble Quartet joined with Syrian Soprano Talar Dekrmanjian, will captivate us in the Église Saint Jean Baptiste au Béguinage for an evening where a dialogue between the classical and the modern, the Western and the Syrian emerges. 

For an interpretation between cultures and musical generations, we shed a light on the importance of dialogue, remembrance, and future with the remnants of the past.

The elegant, yet warm setting of Saint Jean Baptiste au Béuinage is the place where Lagrange Points invites you for a promising evening of music & dialogue. 


Concert Program

Kareem Roustom - Shades of Night (2018)
I. Al-Ghurub (Sunset)
II. Al-Shafaq (Twilight)
III. Al-Ghasaq (Fully dark)
IV. Al-Sudfa (Commingling of light and darkness)
V. Al-Fahma (Blackness of the night)
VI. Al-Buhra (Midnight)
VII. Al-Sahar (Last part of the night)
VIII. Al-Fajar Al-Katheb (False dawn)
IX. Al-Fajr Al-Saadeq (True dawn)

Giacomo Puccini - O mio babbino caro from Gianni Schicchi
Giacomo Puccini - Donde lieta usci from La Boheme
Giacomo Puccini - Vissi d’arte from Tosca
Giacomo Puccini Senza mamma from Suor Angelica
Giuseppe Verdi - Ave Maria from Othello



NEuE String Quartet

The New European Ensemble was founded in 2009 in the Netherlands by dedicated and passionate musicians from across Europe. The ensemble has built a reputation for imaginative programming as well as ‘fantastic’ (NRC) and ‘excellent performances’ (de Volkskrant) and has been called one of the ‘Netherland’s leading ensembles’ (Nieuwe Noten).  Some of today’s most prominent composers like Kaija Saariaho, Magnus Lindberg, Mark Anthony Turnage, Bright Sheng and Anna Thorvaldsdóttir enjoy working with the group.

The ensemble’s mission is to present contemporary music and 20th century classics in exciting ways, this is why the group often combines music with film, literature, theater, dance and visual art. The ensemble’s musicians regularly work with young composers and performers at the conservatory level at the Hague’s Royal Conservatoire and at music schools worldwide.

Rada Ovcharova - violin 

Sadie Fields - violin 

Emlyn Stam - viola

Willem Stam - cello

 
 
 

Talar Dekrmanjian - Soprano

Talar is Syrian soprano of Armenian origin. Her artistic personality embraces theMozartian roles with those of Verdi and Puccini. Alongside her operatic repertoire, Talar is also active in recital and oratorio repertoire performing works as Handel’s Messiah with Vlaams Radio Orchestra, Schubert’s Massat Menton Festival conducted by J.B.Pommier, Mozart’s Requiem with the London Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Christopher-Warren Green, Beethoven’s Mass for BOZAR and concerts and recitals in venues as Salle Cortot in Paris, Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, New York, Tokyo Opera City Hall, Teatro Carlo Felice, Genoa and the Moscow International House of Music.

A laureate of several international competitions, including the prestigious ”Queen Elisabeth Competition” in Belgium, Talar achieved a special mention as the “most distinguished artist - soprano” at the “Bellini competition” in Ragusa (Italy).


 
 



Date & Time
Friday
May 6, 2022
6:00 PM 8:00 PM Europe/Brussels
Location

Église Saint Jean Baptiste au Béguinage

Pl. du Béguinage 2062
1000
Belgium
--Église Saint Jean Baptiste au Béguinage--
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Lagrange Points Brussels

+32466301885
lagrangepointsbxl@gmail.com
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