Lunalia 2021 will end with a concert day for the benefit of Amnesty International. The festival is supporting an initiative by Noah Senden, who will be completing his master’s in composition in 2021. For his degree, he set up a project with Yuri Kang, a South Korean cellist and the soloist in the programme. The concept was created in partnership with Kazerne Dossin and Johannes Wirix-Speetjens, on the theme of human rights. Students from the Royal Conservatoire of Antwerp, including the guitarist Emma Wills, join forces in an ensemble led by Simon De Paepe to play music by Arvo Pärt en Tõnu Kõrvitsand a composition by Noah himself.
This is a benefit concert for Amnesty International. Tickets and info can be found via this link.
This concert will be recorded on 8 May. The stream will be available on Jef Neve's platform in the week of May 31st.
Noah Senden - concept en composition
Simon De Paepe - conductor
Johannes Wirix-Speentjes - storytelling
Yuri Kang - cello
Robert Denies - guitar
Ensemble - Students of The Royal Conservatory of Antwerp
Nona arts centre
100% human rights
Arvo Pärt - Psalom
Noah Senden - Transport XXI, 5 Visual Fragments
Tõnu Kõrvits - Labyrinths
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
This concert is being recorded and can be viewed at here.
18 euro (-26: 12 euro)