14 Feb. 2016

Origami Classics – 4 saxos, 1 piano, 1 painter

The music of Michel Lysight interpreted by the Scarbo Quartet and combined with a projection of Serge Goldwicht, the perfect way to enter a poetic experience based on music and arts. A rare and unique moment !

Scarbo Quartet
Asagi Ito, soprano saxophone
Pieter Pellens, alto saxophone
Nele Tiebout, tenor saxophone
Bart Van Beneden, baritone saxophone
Quentin Meurisse, piano

Projection : Serge Goldwicht

Works of Michel Lysight (1958 – )

Alchemy for saxophone quartet
Chronographie III for two saxophones and piano
Septentrion for Eb or Bb saxophone and piano (world première)
Hitch & Bloch for saxophone quartet
Palimpsestes for piano
Chronographie IX for alto saxophone and piano
Happy Birthday, Mr Darwin! for saxophone quartet

A co-production Beursschouwburg, Mus-E & Origami Music, supported by Musiq3

Tickets can be bought directly at the Beursschouwburg of by mail (info@origami-music.be) and paid by wire transfer

Workshop for kids between 3 and 12 (8 euros/kid, booking by email – info@origami-music.be) Only 8 places available.

Free baby-sitting for kids under 3, booking is well mandatory (info@origami-music.be)

15 euros

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MUS-E Belgium, member of the 'International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation, was founded in 2000 as a non profit organisation specialized in artistic activities for children. It works as a platform for professional artists of all disciplines willing to experience their artistic research in other fields such as teaching, social activities or creative activities, in Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels.

Three workshops will be held this year for kids willing to explore their sense of creativity and develop their artistic skills. The workshops are based on the same material, which are the little objects that one can found in his or her daily life. Each workshop will be the occasion to focus on a new aspect of these little treasures.

Worshop for kids on February 14th:
Written of spoken invention… The children will collect little objects, give them names and will create together stories inspired by the objects.

scarbo photo

Scarbo Quartet


Asagi Ito, saxophone
Pieter Pellens, saxophone
Nele Tiebout, saxophone
Bart Van Beneden, saxophone

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