Oct 24

Chamber Music Session

by Brussels Muzieque

24/10/2019
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

⚠️THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED ⚠️

We are very sorry to announce that this Thursday’s concert has had to be cancelled. The first violinist has a hand injury and will not be able to play for the coming weeks. 

Stay in touch and we will reschedule as soon as she is able to play again. 

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6:30 – 7:30 PM   FULL CIRCLE LIVE

Do you find concert halls a little too formal? Do you yearn for a more intimate musical experience?

Then the Brussels Muzieque concert at Full Circle is just for you. Discover the finest of classical music, with award winning musicians, as part of our inspiring HOUSE programme.

On Thursday 24th October, soloists and musicians of Brussels Philharmonic will be performing the monumental string quintet by Franz Schubert and the allegretto of the 7th Symphony of Beethoven arranged for string quintet by Eduardo Tonietto.

Our partner, Brussels Muzieque is a brand new platform that invites some of the finest international musicians in Brussels to create transformative performances and experience the shared passion for chamber music in an intimate setting.

Musicans

  • Anton Skakun – Violin
  • Eline Pauwels – Violin
  • Mihai Cocea – Viola
  • Eduardo Tonietto – Cello
  • Karel Steylaerts – Cello

Tickets:  € 15-20

Location: Full Circle House, Ch. de Vleurgat 89, 1050 Brussels

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ABOUT

ANTON SKAKUN

Ukrainian violinist, is one of the 1st violins, at the Brussels Philharmonic. Anton has played with Orchestre de chambre de Lausanne, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and Orchestre de chambre de Fribourg. As a soloist, he played with Orchestre de Chambre de Fribourg, Sydney Conservatory Orchestra, Menuhin Academy soloists, and several orchestras in Ukraine. In 2011 he shared the stage with the world-famous violinist Maxim Vengerov, performing the second violin solo of the concerto for two violins and orchestra, by J. S. Bach; Anton was also Vengerov’s pupil.

PAUWELS

Belgian violinist, holds a position amongst the 2nd violins of the Brussels Philharmonic. Eline is also a member of Sinfonia Rotterdam and of the European Union Chamber Orchestra, where she has also performed as a soloist. She has played as guest musician with Antwerp Symphony Orchestra and in Het Gelders Orkest. As a chamber musician, she is a member of the Kwartz string quartet and was awarded the prize of Klassiek Centraal magazine a CD recording with chamber music composed by Robert Groslot.

MIHAI COCEA

Romanian violist, is the principal viola player with the Brussels Philharmonic; he is also the former principal viola of the St. Gallen Sinfonieorchester in Switzerland.
Mihai is a winner of the Watson Forbes Int. Viola Competition, Grand Prize of the Icon Arts in Breaza, 2nd prize Delius Competition London, and he was also a finalist of the Yuri Bashmet Viola Competition. He has performed as soloist with the orchestras Nova Russia, St Andrews Youth Orchestra, Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra & Moscow Soloists.

EDUARDO TONIETTO

Brazilian cellist, is a regular guest player in the Brussels Philharmonic. He has played with Maggio Musicale Fiorentino (Opera of Florence), La Monnaie (Opera of Brussels), Chamber Orch. of the National Forum of Music (Poland); as guest principal cello he has also played with Sinfonietta Cracovia and the Brussels Chamber Orchestra. He gave cello masterclasses in UniRio (University of Rio de Janeiro). Eduardo is also the creator and organizer of Brussels Muzieque.

KAREL STEYLAERTS

Belgian cellist, holds the position of principal cello in Brussels Philharmonic. Prior to that, he was also the principal cello of the orchestra Beethoven Academie of Antwerp.
In 1990 Karel was a prize winner of the Tenuto Competition. With his Trio Fenix he has been performing in several international festivals. Karel also holds a teaching position at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. He plays on a Lorenzo Ventapane cello, made in Naples in 1834.