Last but not least,
It is not too late to appreciate the great concerts given for the 75th anniversary of the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel.
The Music Chapel younger than ever is continuing its great 75th anniversary celebrations with two wonderful latest concerts. Join us for one of these evenings, either at Flagey or at deSingel, 18 and 19.09 next week. The young soloists Vineta Sareika, first violin of Artemis Quatuor, and the talented cellist Julie Sévilla-Fraysse, with deFilharmonie conducted by Kees Bakels, will perform J. Brahms violin concerto in D major, op.77, a concerto known as one of the most difficult. They will play also Saint-Saens cello concerto No.1 in A minor, op.33 and Edward Elgar In the South, op.50.
Just for you, MyChapel members, enjoy free tickets ,within the limit of available seats, for the 18th of September at 20h15 at Flagey or the 19th of September at 20h15 at deSingel. If you are interested, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.