Flanders Recorder Quartet
Paul Van Loey
Joris Van Goethem
(left to right)
Since its foundation in 1987, the Flanders Recorder Quartet has evolved into one of the world’s top ensembles. Their success in 1990 at the prestigious Musica Antiqua Competition in Bruges (B), which is sponsored by the Flanders Festival, was the start of an extensive concert career. After more than 1800 concerts in 42 countries on five continents, including some in world-famous concert halls in Tokyo, New York and Salzburg, the ensemble has attained a prominent position in the world of Early Music. The ensemble also makes regular guest appearances at leading music festivals such as those in Helsinki, Paris, Geneva, Boston, Vancouver, Singapore, Taipei and Mexico City. Numerous ...
July 22, 2016
We are most honoured to announce that we will be playing at the Memorial Service for our dear friend Friedrich von Huene. The repertoire will be pure Bach. The Service will at held at All Saints Episcopal Church, 1773 Beacon St, Brookline, MA 02445, Saturday October 1, to all probability at 1pm.
Looking forward to meeting many friends and collegues, in memory of Friedrich...
July 19, 2016
Michael Praetorius' vituozo Summo Parenti (CD Nowell Nowell) is now available at Tre Fontane editions. www.edition-tre-fontane.de
May 27, 2016
Nostalgia "Sonata Pro Tabula": In 1998 Flanders Recorder Quartet was awarded the title 'cultural ambassador of Flanders. In the same year we were Artist in Residence at the Antwerp Laus Polphonia Festival. 1998 also saw the release of no less than three CDs: Armonia di Flauti”, “Mit Flöten Chor” and “Sonata pro Tabula”. The latter was a cooperation with Reinhard Goebel's Musica Antique Köln and has been out of print for fifteen years. We have managed to find ten (only ten) new CDs of this 1998 Deutsche Grammophon edition. They are for sale in our webshop!