We finish this year’s festival on a high note, in the basilic of Tongeren with the Chausson Concerto for violin, quartet and piano. An afternoon concert, (optionally) followed by a traditional High Tea.
Protagonists this afternoon are violinist Lorenzo Gatto, pianist Frank Peters (picture), the Quatuor Danel and you! Because you came, you came, whoever you were, and you saw that it was good in Genk and Tongeren. So why would you not join us on this final day?
Gatto, Peters and the Quatuor Danel play a typical, late nineteenth century concerto. Unique in its genre, a monumental standard piece. Romance all over. And if you don’t believe us, maybe you do believe Marc Erkens who will be introducing the concerto at his piano in the most transcendent way.
After this performance we organize a traditional High Tea as was customary in Paris at the time, prepared especially for the occasion by Johan Haiverlain (Bistro Bis). Oh yes, we are going to party like it’s 1894.
And to all who came, came, whoever you were: you were the greatest audience ever!
Ernest Chausson concerto for violin, piano and string quartet opus 21
Lorenzo Gatto violin | Frank Peters piano | Quatuor Danel | Marc Erkens introduction
€ 20 / € 10 (-26 y) / € 35 High Tea (no reduction possible)
-18 y: € 5 (to be paid at the counter upon presentation of ID)
This performance qualifies for the reduction > 4 concerts and the Festival Pass.
The restaurants Bistro Bis and Intermezzo in Tongeren offer you a 3-course B-Classic menu!
More details on our Ticket page.