During the season 2014-2015, Passages is exploring how composers have tried to express the great mystery of Life and Death. The last concert of our season will make us travel through time, from extremely old music to some of the most recent one.
Passages will perform 4 pieces (instrumental and vocal) by the contemporary estonian composer Arvo Pärt, some of the masterpieces of medieval music (inter alia the 4 voices organum Sederunt principes by Perotin) as well as the world premiere of a new piece by Benoît Jacquemin: Le Jour du Phénix, a cantata on words about Life and Death by the Sufi mystic and poet Rūmī. Passages will bring music to life while crossing the centuries.
Join us on 25 April 2015 at the Holy Trinity Church in Brussels.
As “Passenger” you will be invited to attend our rehearsals, and to participate in presentations of the ensemble. You will be kept abreast of our plans and – if you are interested – you can be associated to our promotion activities and become our “ambassador”...read more