Jean-Marie Rens talks about Kaija Saariaho's Dreaming Chaconne: a work where the past meets the present. Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho inspired her Dreaming Chaconne on the Chaconne by Giuseppe Colombi (1635-1694).
Kaija Saariaho's will be performed by cellist Marie-Ève Ronveaux. Following Kaija Saariaho, the Belgian architect Aurélie Hachez illustrates themes which inspired her throughout her carreer.
Ekho, Faculty of Architecture La Cambre Horta
Jean-Marie Rens is a composer and teaches music analysis at the conservatories of Liège and Mons
Aurélie Hachez, architect of the ISA St Luc and the ISACF La Cambre, founded her own architectural firm AHA.
Marie-Eve Ronveaux is active as a cellist and geographer