The BOZAR draws a portrait of the composer Pascal Dusapin.
An important residency for this gifted musician, master of all genres, who has established a long-standing and privileged relationship with Belgium and La Monnaie.
The first meeting will therefore take place on 14th February with the Belgian premiere of Aufgang. Of the numerous concert pieces commissioned by violinist Renaud Capuçon, Pascal Dusapin's Aufgang has quickly distinguished itself by the extent of its dissemination. With numerous national premieres under its belt, such as 14th February at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Brussels (with the violinist and sponsor at the helm alongside the National Orchestra of Belgium conducted by Hugh Wolff), the work now belongs to the exclusive repertoire of the concerto - thus confirming the intuition of its very first audience, deeply impressed by the work's formal and sonorous ambition. A masterpiece to be experienced again and again!
14 February 2020:
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm : Concertino Wolken for femal voice and piano by Pascal Dusapin by musicians of La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra at the Grand Foyer of La Monnaie.
2:30 - 5:30 pm : Masterclass by Pascal Dusapin with young members of the Orchestra Academy and singers from the MM Academy at the Salle Fiocco of La Monnaie (open to the public).
Four works will be studied: Attacca (2 trumpets and 1 timpani), an arrangement of Gretchen am Spinnrade (soprano, clarinet, violin, viola and cello), Red Rock (soprano, mezzo, countertenor, tenor and alto clarinet) and I Pesci (solo flute).
7 pm : Meeting / public introduction before the concert, with Pascal Dusapin and Renaud Capuçon at the BOZAR.
8 pm : Concert by the Belgian National Orchestra, Hugh Wolff & Renaud Capuçon.
16 February 2020:
A concert by the Danel Quartet performing Dusapin's String Quartet No. 4.
22 February 2020:
The Belgian National Orchestra conduct by Andrew Gourlay will perform Extenso, solo n° 2 pour orchestre.
16 May 2020:
the Orchestre symphonique de la Monnaie and Olivier Latry (organ) conduct by Alain Altinoglu will premiere in Belgium the duo for organ and orchestra, Waves.