Formed by well-established musicians within the European classical music scene – mainly soloists from Belgian but also other European orchestras, The Phoenix Sextet has prepared a monumental program for you: the sextets of Brahms op. 18 and the Verklaerte Nacht by Schoenberg – the masterpiece from the (still) late Romantic style of the composer, based on Dehmel’s poetic work whose erotic content generated huge turmoil in the conservative society of the time.
This program has already been booked for this year by other prestigious festivals and theatres such as the ‘La Fenice’ Opera Theatre in Venice during the Galuppi Festival, the Arnold Schoenberg Centre in Vienna, European Parliament in Brussels, Full Circle Theater (Brussels), and the Arte Amanti International Music Festival (Flanders, Belgium).
The group is part of the Brussels Muzieque classical music platform, which brings together soloists from the most prestigious Belgian and European orchestras and other top-level artists who reside in Belgium or are invited from all over Europe. As a melting pot of sensitive artists exchanging ideas and experimenting with different chamber ensembles in this music laboratory, the platform gave birth to the Phoenix Sextet.
Tristan und Isolde
Erster Aufzug- Einleitung
Transcription for strings sextet by Walter Has (2022)
String Sextet No. 1 in B-Flat Major, Op. 18
concertmaster London Philharmonia
violinist Brussels Philharmonic
viola Brussels Philharmonic
viola Opera “La Monnaie”
cello Orchestre National de Belgique
cello Orchestra da Camera Fiamminga
All upcoming events from La Fenice or Malibran Theater
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