Anima-a-Casa: exclusive fund-raising event

Anima Eterna Brugge is once again organizing a private concert performed on historical instruments. Before and after the concert, top chef Saïd Djibout will be tantalizing our taste buds. The setting for this fully catered event is the magical castle of Hamme – the exceptional private residence of Mr Hugo and Mrs Lucie van Geet,

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Anima Next Generation

For Jos van Immerseel, handing on his expertise is not only a personal mission but also a significant part of the work of Anima. To this end, the orchestra has designed a support programme for young musicians: Anima Next Generation.

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Beethoven 9

Anima Eterna Brugge ushers the spring in alongside its faithful companion Ludwig van Beethoven.

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Richard Strauss

At the focus of this brand-new musical venture is German composer-conductor Richard Strauss; gone down into music history as one of Germany’s most important musicians from the post-Wagnerian era.

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Genius without borders: Mozart at 20

The recording of Mozart’s complete piano concertos in 1990 was a milestone in the history of Anima Eterna Brugge, which grew from a fledgling baroque chamber ensemble into a full-blown symphony orchestra. It first spread its wings to the international scene when it toured Japan. And with Wolfgang Amadeus at its side, Jos van Immerseel

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Musikfest Bremen: welcome thrice!

It’s goodbye to summer with this triptych of concerts at Musikfest Bremen! Twice, the chamber music of Camille Saint-Saëns and Francis Poulenc – a personal favorite of Jos van Immerseel – takes pride of place. The third concert pairs Dvořák’s Slavonic dances for fortepiano four-handed with a Septet by Franz Berwald – Sweden’s most distinguished

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