New podcast: Bruges in Music

Martin Cullingford Thu 12th October 2017

A celebration of the Belgian city's rich musical life

New podcast: a celebration of Bruges's rich musical life (photo: Jan D'Hondt)

New podcast: a celebration of Bruges's rich musical life (photo: Jan D'Hondt)

One of Belgium’s most-visited cities, Bruges, also has a rich musical life (as well as being the setting for Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s opera Die tote Stadt!). For the latest Gramophone podcast, Editor in Chief James Jolly went to the city to talk to some of the movers and shakers of Bruges’s music scene and experience a handful of concerts in some striking settings.

As well as meeting Tomas Bisschop, Director of the MA Festival and the Early Music Programme Coordinator at Bruges’s Concertgebouw, Albert Edelman, James talked to the keyboard-player and conductor Jos van Immerseel and the city’s carillonneur, Frank Deleu.

 

 

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