JOS VAN IMMERSEEL   ( secondo)

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Hungarian Dances, WoO 1

Edvard Grieg ( 1843-1907)
Norwegian Dances, op.35

Antonin Dvorak ( 1841-1904)
Slavonic Dances, op.46, B.78

Piano Bechstein, 1870

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modeste moussorgski | tableaux d’une exposition | claire chevallier CYP1675


1-16_tableaux d’une exposition (1874)
17_ méditation ( 1880)
18_ intermezzo in modo classico ( 1867)
19_ une larme ( 1880)

claire chevallier_ piano j.d. becker, Saint-Pétersbourg ( 1875)


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RECORDING summer 2016
Tchaikovsky TRIO op.50 on original instruments


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frankfurter allgemeine Schubertiade

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AEB-Master Class Series




The idea to organize a yearly master class arose from an assessment of the current status of early music education. Curricula and workshops devoted to ‘Early Music’ are being offered by several institutes, allowing for specialists to pass on their knowledge to a new generation of musicians. While the domain of early music – usually stretching from medieval to 18th-century – is at the center of attention, music from later era’s is usually left out. This is the domain Anima Eterna Brugge has been exploring for over 25 years. As much joy as it has given us to aggregate and internalize these skills and practices, we feel it would be at least equally gratifying to share them and pass them on to the musicians of the future.


Fortepiano: Jos van Immerseel & Claire Chevallier
Violin: Brian Dean
Clarinet: Lisa Schklyaver

More instruments in 2016! / education

masterclass 2015 (3) masterclass 2015 masterclass 2015 (2)

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Projet de recherche sur les pianos du 19ème siècle en Russie. Entretien avec Pierre Bouckaert. 2014

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Interview de Claire Chevallier au milieu de sa collection de pianoforte et dans des lieux très actifs de la crèation contemporaine de Bruxelles.


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18.02.2012 – 16:00 France Culture




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‘Gouden vleugels’

gesprek met Claire Chevallier

04.02.12, Sluitertijd – de Tijd


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Claire Chevallier, Vincenzo Cazale & Sergei Istomin

Sunday 19 Feb 2012 – 15.00 – AMUZ antwerp (B)


Robert Schumann: Fantasiestücke, op. 73 – Intermezzo, op. 4 nr. 5 – Fuga, op. 72

Johannes Brahms: cello sonata in e, op. 38 – trio in a for clarinet, cello & piano, op. 114


Claire Chevallier, piano Bechstein c. 1870
Vincenzo Cazale, German clarinet late 19th C.
Sergei Istomin, violoncello late 19th C.

During a concert tour in 1853 young Johannes Brahms was introduced to the couple Robert and Clara Schumann. They struck up a friendship for life, and the favourable criticism of the influential Schumann was instrumental in putting Brahms on the map as a composer. Amie d’AMUZ Claire Chevallier will bring some talented soloists along for a concert of intimate chamber music by the two soul mates. You will hear Drei Fantasiestücke für Klarinette und Klavier completed by Schumann in just two days. The sudden changes of mood in these ‘wordless songs’ reflect the deeply romantic character of the composer. Included is also Brahms’ fabulous first cello sonata, a work conceived as a homage to Bach, referring thematically to Die Kunst der Fuge. To cap it all, Brahms’ Trio für Klarinette, Violoncello und Klavier will offer a supreme example of Brahms’ late chamber music, subdued and intense.


Robert Schumann ( 1810-1856)

Intermezzo op.4 n° 5, pianoforte solo

Fugue op.72 n°1, pianoforte solo

Fantasiestücke für Klarinette und Klavier op.73

Zart und mit Ausdruck
Lebhaft, leicht
Rasch und mit Feuer


Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)

Sonate  op.38, e-Moll , für Violoncello und Klavier

Allegro non troppo
Allegretto quasi Menuetto

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)

Trio für Klarinet, Violoncello und Klavier , a-moll, op114

Andante grazioso


> reserve your tickets and find more information on the website of AMUZ



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Claire Chevallier – Changez de disque – 28.11.11

Claire Chevallier – Changez de disque – 28.11.11 door francemusique

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Rumour has it that this is the place to find out more about French pianist Claire Chevallier. Rumours are mostly correct. Perhaps you also heard she has a passion for Erard fortepianos. It's true. Check her collection. One could say she is into the arts, all arts. Well, she's an artist herself and she loves working with colleagues, in music, in theatre, in dance, in visuals arts. Check her projects. And should you get curious, there's plenty of opportunities to see her live at work. No need to wait to enjoy her music though. It's right here. Enjoy.


Go to 'concerts' in the top menu to view Claire's agenda in the upcoming days, weeks and months.