Brugge – 26/08/2019
At the end of September Anima will be presenting several concerts in which Schubert will be the central figure. The concerts will feature his Rosamunde works as well as his last three symphonies. Depending where you will be attending the concert, you will hear several of these works, in combination with either Weber’s flamboyant Clarinet Concerto or Spohr’s highly surprising Historical Symphony.
In november Anima Eterna Brugge will take you on an excursion to fin-de-siècle Vienna. A varied concert will feature songs with both piano and orchestral accompaniment, entire symphonies and solitary movements. The triumvirate of composers presented at this concert is Wolf, Brahms and Mahler. The infinite diversity of their styles comprises a perfect representation of the colourful musical life in Vienna at the end of the 19th century.
Anima has chosen a trio of Russian composers to usher in the blustery winter weather ahead: Rimsky-Korsakov, Rachmaninov and Prokofiev. Here too, the focus is on diversity. The pièce de résistance is the debut of Anna Vinnitskaja with Anima. This Queen Elisabeth Competition winner will attempt for the first time a “historic” performance – most likely in every sense of the word!
Schubert & Contemporaries: Roeselare – Antwerpen – Brugge
Triptych in Crescendo: Hasselt – Budapest – Wenen – Friedrichshafen
Russian Triptych: Brugge – Göppingen – Dijon – Aix-en-Provence