On Friday 13th March, Tomasz Konieczny reflects on the relation between love and death in the Romantic Era.
On Friday 20th March, students and teachers of KCB as well as (PhD) researchers present their current research on the HIPP (Historically Informed Performance Practice) Research Day. The presentations will be held at the Temple (Kleine Zavel building), all proceedings will be in English.
Coinciding with Japan Square Filmfestival, Japanese Whispers is a small and intimate expo curated by Didier Volckaert. At Galerie S&H De Buck, three young photographers (Tine Guns, Zaza Bertrand en Meta-bo) share their vision of Japan. Photographic whispering from a country that still speaks to the imagination, on show from 20th to 29th March.
On Tuesday 24th March, (PhD) researchers and teachers of KCB present their current work on the Research Day for Composition and Contemporary Music. The presentations will be held in Room 071 (Kleine Zavel building), most proceedings will be in English. In the evening, this will be followed by the Caleidoscoop concert by the Composition Class (Kleine Concertzaal, 7.30pm).
In order to be admitted to the Doctorate in the Arts at the Royal Conservatory Brussels (KCB), all candidates and their research projects have to be evaluated positively. The next selection moment will take place on Friday 24th April; deadline for registering and submitting the written proposal is Monday 30th March (4pm).
Tom De Cock and Vincent Caers present the results of their CICI-project Living Scores Learn: a webplatform and click track application, which facilitate the study process of complex contemporary percussion repertoire. The showcase will be held at the Kleine Concertzaal of KCB on 31st March.
As part of the guitar symposium Creative Encounters - dialogues between composers and performers - organised to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Antigoni Goni's guitar class at KCB - PhD students Yiannis Efstathopoulos and Pierre Bibaul (Duo Resonances) have put together a special concert programme.