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In an attempt to respond to the question “what can art and music mean in a time of disaster and crisis?”, the Belgian vocal group Graindelavoix will perform a choral masterpiece – Missa Et ecce terrae motus by the Renaissance French composer Antoine Brumel. Interweaving other references, Brumel is intersected with the work of Flemish painter Pieter Bruegel and the neo-realist documentary Il Culto delle Pietre, questioning ideas like the Resurrection and the inertia of the modern world and rethinking the dialogue that can be established with the past.



Teodora Tommasi, Florencia Menconi Sopranos
Andrew Hallock Alto
Albert Riera, Andrés Miravete, Marius Peterson Tenores
Tomàs Maxé, Arnout Malfliet Basses

Lluis Coll i Trulls Cornetto
Berlinde Deman Serpent
Pierre-Antoine Tremblay Horn
Christopher Price Horn
Manuel Mota Electric guitar

Björn Schmelzer Artistic concept
Manuel Mota Sound concept, arrangements and composition
Alex Fostier Live sound engineer
Fostier, Garcia e Schmelzer Set and light designer
Margarida Garcia Artistic and sound advisor
Katrijn Degans Production


A coproduction with: Klarafestival Brussels, Muziekcentrum De Bijloke Gent and Kunstfestspiele Herrenhausen.

Sponsor Gulbenkian Music

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation reserves the right to collect and keep records of images, sounds and voice for the diffusion and preservation of the memory of its cultural and artistic activity. For further information, please contact us through the Information Request form.


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