To find more practical and background information about concerts where some of my music will be performed, please navigate through the chronological overview below...


  • 24.06.2012 Anniversary concert Chapelle des Minimes

    'Pastorale et fugue', an excerpt of my setting of Psalm 100 for choir and orchestra, has been performed and recorded live by the Chapelle des Minimes, dir. Julius Stenzel


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  • end 2015 Pre-premiere and fundraiser Hexaludium

    24 Six-part electronic fantasies exploring the universes of musical form and space - through intertwined fugues, chorales and canons. (private concert, upon invitation)

  • 2017 World Premiere Hexaludium (tbc)

    24 Six-part acoustic fantasies exploring the universes of musical form and space - through intertwined fugues, chorales and canons


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  • 2018 World Premiere Kalengo, (tbc)

    The concert will feature the creation of a new musical work, a large symphonic suite named ‘Kalengo’. The work evokes the atmosphere and events of daily life as they could happen on a single peaceful day in an Ugandan rural village, in a highly idealised manner. It follows the course of the day in chronological order, from dawn to nightfall. It comprises an overture and two main parts, totalling about 80 minutes of music.


    The omnipresent nature, the community life in the village and primary school life are the main themes of the work.


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  • 17.02.2018 World Premiere Requiem Sanctis Michaelis

    The recorded première of this Requiem took place during Miguel's funeral ceremony at Saint Catherine church in Duisburg, Belgium, on 17 February 2018. This 45' musical work comprises 14 movements - of which 3 are purely instrumental.


    The performing soloists, from vocal ensemble Vocamabile, were:


    Evelyne Bohen - Soprano

    Miyaghi Osada - Mezzo-soprano

    Robert Luts - Tenor

    Bruno De Jonghe - Bas-baryton


  • 07.05.2018 World Premiere Humble Memories

    The live recorded Premiere of 'Humble Memories' will happen in BOZAR Brussels, Terarken Halls, on Monday 7 May 2017 in the evening.


    Two very promising and talented young pianists, Ms Emmy Wils (Belgium) and Mr Tim Mulleman (Belgium), will create the piano suite in a four-hands setting, on the revolutionary new straight strung grand piano built by Chris Maene.


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