Oct 15

[Chamber Music]

Bach’s Goldberg Variations

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Autumn is in the air. Boost your spirit with Bach’s iconic and monumental Goldberg Variations, an unforgettable and inventive masterpiece played by a string trio. Not to be missed!

Accomplished violinist Sadie Fields and cellist Romain Dhainaut, founders of Trio Khnopff, first performed with Clement Holvoet at Festival Contrastes in 2014, and since then have performed regularly together. Although their individual repertoires and interests differ, they all share a great love for chamber music.

Join us for a cozy and intimate chamber music session on Thursday 15th October to enjoy some much-needed warmth and musical poetry.


  • Violin: Sadie Fields
  • Viola: Clement Holvoet
  • Cello: Romain Dhainaut


The Goldberg Variations

Tickets:  € 15-20  BOOK HERE

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




Canadian violinist Sadie Fields performs worldwide as a soloist and a chamber musician. She is the violinist of Belgium-based Trio Khnopff, the violinist of the Festival Trio in Canada, and she plays with the New European Ensemble in the Netherlands.

Sadie has won awards from over twenty UK and international associations and competitions, and she regularly broadcasts on radio stations throughout Europe, and in the UK, Canada, and New Zealand. Her recordings, including the complete Brahms Sonatas on Champs Hill Records, and ‘Weinberg – 1945’ by Trio Khnopff, have met with great critical acclaim in Europe and North America, and two of her discs have been chosen as ‘Chamber Choice of the Month’ in the BBC Music Magazine (most recently in January 2020), and ‘Chamber Disc of the Quarter’ by the German Record Critics’ Award Association.

Sadie has been a Fellow at the Royal Academy of Music and the Edison Visiting Fellow at the British Library, and she has given masterclasses in the UK, Canada, and China. Her principal teachers include György Pauk, Yair Kless, and Atis Bankas, and Sadie has also been guided and mentored by Ivry Gitlis, Ida Haendel, and Ferenc Rados. Sadie holds a PhD from the Royal Academy of Music, London.

und Klang Orchestra, the Namur Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre des Etudiants du Conservatoire de Mons, the Young Belgian Strings, the Namur Chamber Choir, and also abroad with the UK based Academy of St Martin in The Fields, the European Musicians Orchestra, and the Bern Philharmonic Orchestra.
She regularly gives concerts in Belgium, France, Switzerland, England, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Korea, Poland and has recorded several recitals for Musiq3 and Klara radio.