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Joseph Haydn
Symphony No.49 in F minor „La Passione”

Dinu Lipatti
Piano Concertino in the Classical Style op.3

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Concerto No.27 in B-flat major KV 595

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04
December 2019
20:00

Program

Haydn, Symphony N. 59 (1st mvt.)
Mozart, Violin Concerto N. 3 K. 216
Saint-Saëns, La muse et le poète Op. 132
Fauré, Requiem Op. 48

Augustin Dumay, violin
Octopus Choir

Program

MIECZYSLAW WEINBERG

Symphony N.4 Op.153
Cello Concertino Op.43 bis
Cello Fantasy Op.52

Pieter Wispelwey, cello

05
March 2020
20:15

Program

MIECZYSLAW WEINBERG

Symphony N.4 Op.153
Cello Concertino Op.43 bis
Cello Fantasy Op.52

Pieter Wispelwey, cello

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04
December 2019
20:00

Program

Haydn, Symphony N. 59 (1st mvt.)
Mozart, Violin Concerto N. 3 K. 216
Saint-Saëns, La muse et le poète Op. 132
Fauré, Requiem Op. 48

Augustin Dumay, violin
Octopus Choir

Program

MIECZYSLAW WEINBERG

Symphony N.4 Op.153
Cello Concertino Op.43 bis
Cello Fantasy Op.52

Pieter Wispelwey, cello

05
March 2020
20:15

Program

MIECZYSLAW WEINBERG

Symphony N.4 Op.153
Cello Concertino Op.43 bis
Cello Fantasy Op.52

Pieter Wispelwey, cello

06
December 2018
20:00

Program

Joseph Haydn
Symphonie en fa mineur "La Passione" Hob 1:49

Dinu Lipatti (1917-1950)
Concertino pour piano en style classique op.3

Bernard Herrmann (1911-1975)
Psycho Suite for strings

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Concerto pour piano n°27 en si b majeur K.595

28
October 2018
17:00

Program

Joseph Haydn
Symphony No.49 in F minor „La Passione”

Dinu Lipatti
Piano Concertino in the Classical Style op.3

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Concerto No.27 in B-flat major KV 595

27
October 2018
14:40

Program

Joseph Haydn
Symphony No.49 in F minor „La Passione”

Dinu Lipatti
Piano Concertino in the Classical Style op.3

Iedereen Klassiek

27
October 2018
12:50

Program

Joseph Haydn
Symphony No.49 in F minor „La Passione”
    
 I. Adagio
      II. Allegro di molto

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Concerto pour piano n°27 en si b majeur K.595

Iedereen Klassiek

23
June 2018
20:00

Program

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Concerto No.27 in B-flat major KV 595

Dinu Lipatti
Piano Concertino in the Classical Style op.3

Maurice Ravel
Work for piano

Straightstrung Maene Piano inauguration

28
March 2017
20:00

Program

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Symphony in Es Wq 179

Joseph Haydn
Symphony in f minor "La Passione" Hob 1:49

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Pianoconcerto n°27 in Bes K.595

concert organisé par l'ONG
La chaîne de l'espoir

Program

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Symphony in Es Wq 179

Joseph Haydn
Symphony in f minor "La Passione" Hob 1:49

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Pianoconcerto n°27 in Bes K.595

Program

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Symphony in Es Wq 179

Joseph Haydn
Symphony in f minor "La Passione" Hob 1:49

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Pianoconcerto n°27 in Bes K.595

Les Métamorphoses orchestra

Inspired by the work of Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Sir Roger Norrington, the instrumentalists of the Les Métamorphoses orchestra have given themselves the task of creating a sonority that is most suited to this era by combining modern and early instruments (natural horns and trumpets, early kettledrums, double bass with gut strings etc.). Founded by Camille and Raphaël Feye, the ensemble is made up of musicians chosen for their commitment and interest in historically informed practice and performance.

Raphaël Feye conductor

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Chef et chambriste, à la baguette ou l'archet à la main, le violoncelliste et chef d’orchestre Raphaël Feye parcourt l’ Europe depuis près de dix ans, dévoilant au cours de ses concerts sa passion pour la musique à travers une communication musicale engagée.

Cet amoureux des lettres anciennes et modernes fait résonner son violoncelle et sa voix de chef avec l’intelligence, le verbe et la sensibilité d’un musicien épris des chemins qui mènent d’un art à l’autre. Lauréat des Conservatoires Royaux de Musique de Bruxelles, de la Hochschule für Musik «Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy» de Leipzig et de la Chapelle Musicale Reine Elisabeth, c’est au contact des maîtres Jean-Sébastien Béreau et Jorma Panula qu’il trouve une voie de chef d’orchestre. A la suite de ces rencontres, il dirige les London Mozart Players, le Janacek Philharmonic d' Ostrava et débute comme chef invité en avril 2015 à l'Opéra National de Constanta dans le Barbier de Séville de Rossini.

En 2016, il remporte un prix spécial au concours organisé par les London Soloists et est invité à diriger « la Flûte enchantée » de Mozart à l’Opéra d’Etat de Rousse. Depuis 2016, il étudie avec Sir Roger Norrington et l’accompagne lors de plusieurs sessions avec l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France et la Kammerphilharmonie de Bremen. De Bruxelles à Naples, de Madrid à Moscou, violoncelliste du quatuor CoryFeye de 2009 à 2014, il joue et dirige au cours de nombreux festivals européens après avoir fait vibrer les principales salles de Belgique (Bozar, Flagey, Amuz, De Singel à Antwerpen, Concertgebouw Brugge, PBA de Charleroi, , Stadschouwburg de Leuven,…).

Il a également étudié auprès des membres des Quatuors Alban Berg, Artemis et Danel ainsi qu'avec le compositeur et chef d'orchestre Peter Eötvös. Il partage la scène avec des musiciens comme James Boyd, Elina Buksha, Malin Broman, Jean-Michel Charlier, Guy Danel, Lorenzo Gatto, Barbara Giepner, Marie et Sophie Hallynck, Pavel Kolesnikov, Yura Lee, Julien Libeer, Pascal Moraguès, Philippe Raskin, Laura Samuel, George Tudoraché, Boyan Vodenitcharov et bien d’autres. Raphaël a participé a plusieurs concerts diffusés par les radios Klara et Musiq 3.

Julien Libeer pianist

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Born in 1987 near Brussels, Belgium, Julien Libeer’s earliest musical memory was the famous documentary on the recording of West  Side Story by Leonard Bernstein. The piano, which he took up at age six, quickly became the faithful companion for expressing a love of music that, until today, thrives as much on opera, orchestra and chamber music as on the piano repertoire.

For five decisive years, French-Polish pedagogue Jean Fassina was the patient, demanding, wise teacher that any aspiring musician should have the chance to encounter. This experience was followed by the equally intense collaboration with Maria João Pires at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, whose advice and support strongly influenced Julien Libeer’s views over the last years, and continue to do so.

Julien Libeer has been the guest of the Palais des Beaux-Arts and Flagey in Brussels, the Théâtre de la Ville (Paris), the Barbican Hall in London, the Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, Barcelona’s Palau de la Musica and the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. Other tours take him to Japan (Tokyo, Sumida Tryphony Hall), Lebanon (Beirut Chants festival), the US (Miami International Piano Festival). He is artist in residence at Flagey, Brussels.
He has performed with the Brussels Philharmonic, the Belgian National OrchestradeFilharmonieSinfonia Varsovia and the New Japan Philharmonic among others, under conductors like Michel Tabachnik, Augustin Dumay, Hervé Niquet, Serge Pehlevanian, Joshua Weilerstein, Enrique Mazzola, Christopher Warren-Green…

An accomplished chamber musician, he works on regular basis with Augustin Dumay, Camille Thomas, Frank Braley, Maria João Pires and Lorenzo Gatto, with whom he performs the complete Beethoven violin sonatas.

Julien Libeer has studied piano with Daniel Blumenthal (Royal Conservatory of Brussels), Jean Fassina (Paris), and is an associate artist of the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, where he also specialized in chamber music with the members of the Artemis Quartet. Furthermore, he has received the advice of Dmitry Bashkirov, Alfred Brendel, Abdel Rahman El Bacha and Gerhard Schulz (Alban Berg Quartet).

Although he consciously avoided engaging in any kind of competition, has received such honorary prizes as the Juventus award (most promising young European soloist) in 2008, and was elected Young Musician of the Year by the Belgian Music Press Association in 2010. The Klara award 2013 was attributed to him by the audience of the national radio for classical music. Much appreciated for his eloquence, Julien Libeer is a regular guest of media at home and abroad. His work has been subject of a TV documentary ("Technique doesn't exist", 2013), also available on YouTube.

Based in Brussels, he spends most of his free time reading, swimming or enjoying a good series, and is actively engaged in a number of social projects, all rooted in the idea that music, far beyond its esthetic value, can be a force of change for anyone ready to listen.

musicians

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1st Violin

Concertmaster
Bogdan Božović

Blandine Matrot
Diede Verpoest
Maxime Michaluk
Pieter Decolvenaer
Natalia Kotarba

2nd Violin
Pieter Jansen
Cedric Allard
Kaja Nowak
Morgane Derbal
Joris Decolvenaer
Paul Serri

Viola
Adam Newman
Camille Feye
Maurizio Bosone
Gergely Kóta 
Fayçal Cheboub

Cello
Francis Mourey
Nicolas Deletaille

Double Bass
Pasquale Massaro
Korneel Le Compte
Elias Bartholomeus

 

Flute
Géraldine Clément

Oboe
Emily Ross
Magdalena Carbow

Bassoon
Lisa Goldberg
Enrique Alonso Cordovilla

Horn
Bart Cypers
Jean-Pierre Dassonville
Mark De Merlier
 

Timpani
Arthur Ros 

Camille Feye artistic director

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Viola player and artistic director of the music ensemble: "Les Metamorphoses".

Despite being a former violinist -and a French one for that matter - she no longer is fan of bombastic biographies.

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contact

info(at)lesmetamorphoses.be
+32 487 74 48 67