Alexei Lubimov's musical curiosity is insatiable and his repertoire immense.
The birth of Jesus is the most popular page of the Gospel that concurrently appeals most to the imagination.
Enjoy a convivial Christmas brunch at AMUZ! This festive afternoon will be added lustre to by soprano Noémi Schellens and guitarist Maarten Vandenbemden.
Händel was acclaimed as an outstanding organist at an early age already. Throughout his career his virtuosity exerted a tremendous pull on the public.
Three women sing traditional devotional music from their own cultural background. Italian soprano Patrizia Bovi will draw from the repertoire of the Christian Middle Ages.
Latvia is the epicentre of choral music: singing is almost a national sport there, and the Latvian Radio Choir counts as a vocal signboard.
On six Sundays during the season 14|15 AMUZ serves a lush brunch at its unique foyer.
The Edding Quartet has been performing ever since 2007 classical and romantic quartet repertoire on period instruments.
Because of his friendship with Anton Stadler, a famous clarinetttist at the imperial court of Vienna, Mozart gave the clarinet an increasingly important role in his compositions.
At the beginning of the 20th century the arts scene in Europe was teeming with lively modernism as never before.