Revival of the succesfull debut of B'Rock at De Munt/ La Monnaie.
27 Jul 2013
02 Aug 2013
09, 11, 13, 16, 19 Jun 2014
A wayward journey through dark Baroque scores of Dowland, Purcell and Muffat that goes on to the 20th century with Hindemith's Trauermusik and Britten's Lachrymae.
Tears of Melancholy
25 Aug 2013
04 Sep 2013
Mozart's oratorio tells the intriguing story of Judith, who hacked off the head of the Babylonian general Holofernes to liberate her city, Betulia.
La Betulia Liberata
10, 11 Sep 2013
B'Rock's Mozart Project continues with the much-praised cellist Christian Poltéra and countertenor Bejun Mehta making his worldwide conducting debut
10, 11, 12 Oct 2013
Multimedial music theater project that frames an indictment of the absurdity of war.
Songs of War
10, 13, 15 Nov 2013
B'Rock and the Choeur de Chambre de Namur will be presenting a festive Purcell programme rich in emotion, expression and virtuosity.
Music for a while
16, 19, 20 Dec 2013
Along with recorder Maurice Steger, B'Rock will be linking some of Vivaldi's most exuberant concerti for recorder and/or strings to works by such famous predecessors and contemporaries.
From Vivaldi with Love
08, 11, 12, 13 Feb 2014
A modern tale inspired by the quest of the Breton King Arthur to free his fiancée from the grip of his sworn enemy, the Saxon King Oswald.
19, 20, 21 Mar 2014
22, 23 May 2014
From the Lutheran devotion of Bach's solo cantatas to the New Age ideas of Goeyvaerts comes the conviction that music can transcend earthly reality.
Bach - Goeyvaerts
04, 06 Apr 2014
The myth of Orpheus narrates the impossible return from the death of his beloved who is mortally wounded.
Orfeo ed Euridice
12, 14, 16, 18 May 2014
We happily announce that Songs of War received rave reviews in the Netherlands and Belgium. Here are some reactions:
"Songs of war is a purified, distelled musical indictment to the madness of war. It is full of striking linkages. How heartbreaking death and destruction are: today, we feel today the same powerlessness as four hundred years ago." **** - De Standaard
"By letting the female members of baroque ensemble B'Rock read the texts at little lamp light, Goebbels creates an atmosphere of subdued domesticity." **** - NRC Handelsblad
"Stein's texts read aloud by the musicians themselves, works really well: the lecture is realistic and the timing is perfect. " *** - Volkskrant
"It sounded magnificent" **** - Theaterkrant
The 2013-2014 season once again looks very promising! More than 35 concerts are scheduled in Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany and Austria, as well as debuts in Latvia and Poland. With a core of first-class musicians from all over the world, B'Rock is taking a bold and adventurous direction that goes beyond simply performing baroque music.
This season we are presenting the second concert of our Mozart Project. Moreover, B'Rock continues to invest in productions in which old and new music meet. Opera and musical theatre also remain an essential part of our artistic activity.
See you soon!