University ensembles perform their winter concerts between 4 and 6 December



On 4, 5 and/or 6 December our university student ensembles - the choir, symphonic orchestra and harmonic orchestra - are performing. Come and see what beautiful concerts they produce, especially for you.

GUK: "Eclipse" in the Macharius church on 4 and 5áDecemberá

The Ghent University Choir explores the eclipse in all its phases, from beautiful light to deafening darkness and everything in between. Allow yourself to be carried away and listen to how the moon touches the sun, shadows it and finally releases it again. With "Eclipse", the GUK brings a varied and compelling winter concert that continues to linger. Come and enjoy on 4 and 5 December in the Sint-Macharius church in Ghent.

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GUHO: ’1969’ on 5 December in the Eskimo factory

To mark its jubilee year, the Ghent University Harmony Orchestra takes you to a special anniversary year: 1969. Get carried away in their time machine to the year of the moon landing and see the moon as you never saw it, hear the rock ’n roll like you did not hear from a concert band and enjoy hits that nobody has forgotten. How does harmony bring rock? In collaboration with a band, yes! You don’t want to miss that...

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GUSO: ’Troika’ on 5 and 6 December in the Miryzaal

The Ghent University Symphonic Orchestra is showing its sensitive side and this fall is performing a wonderful program that will charm the romantic in all of us. Led by conductor Steven Decraene, this enthusiastic group of music-making students brings you the mysterious "Night on the Bald Mountain" of Moussorgsky, Tjaikovsky’s compelling 4th symphony and his famous violin concerto, for which GUSO is joining forces with young talent, violinist Mona Verhas. In short, an enchanting journey with the Troika through Russian Romanticism!

Order your tickets here for 5 and 6 December in the Miryzaal in Ghent.

On December 7, the GUSO will also perform the same concert in the Singel in Antwerp, at a benefit concert for Cancer Research Antwerp vzw.

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