Ravel spent nearly 3 years working on Daphnis et Chloé, which he referred to as a ‘choreographic symphony’. The scene in which the two lovers find each other again at sunrise is one of the most poetic musical renderings of a nature painting: the rustling of the wood gives way to bird songs, which in turn overflow into a passionate melody.
Before enjoying the concert with Brussels Philharmonic at night, you can join a fascinating town tour in Brussels with a guide from Cactus Brussel à Vélo. You can combine the tour and the concert with the discounted combiticket. Before this concert, on April 4, there is the tour 'Discover Brussels: a trip through Brussels by bike'. Discover the combiticket here!
Flagey, Brussels Philharmonic, Vlaams Radiokoor
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Discover Brussels: a trip through Brussels by bikeSat. 04.04.20 — 14:30