Foyer Matinee: Stephane Ginsburgh

subdued
classical
during the day
Sun21.01.18
Doors: 10h30
Start: 11h00
End: 12h00
€ 13 Basic
Free for -12 (with reservation)
unnumbered seats

Little known work by a ‘musician who writes novels’

In the shadow of his literary masterpiece A Clockwork Orange, Anthony Burgess worked on his own interpretation of Bach's legacy: The Bad-Tempered Electronic Keyboard

Contemporary music specialist Stephane Ginsburgh breathes new life into Burgess's work and unites him with another innovative Bach transformer: Dmitry Shostakovich.

On Saturday 27th of january Ginsburgh plays this composition in an evening programme at the Bach Academie in Concertgebouw Brugge.

photo © Marie-Clémence David

Progamme

Dimitri Sjostakovitsj (1906-1975)
Selection of 24 Preludes and fugas, opus 87 (1951)
Anthony Burgess (1917-1993)
Selection of The Bad-Tempered Electronic Keyboard (1986)
Reservation for minus 12 year olds via nicolas.teirlynck@handelsbeurs.be.

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