A programme by Performing Arts Fund NL to promote Dutch music, theatre and dance abroad.
14 Sep. → 04 Oct. '19Ghent, Belgium

Dutch music at Flanders Festival Ghent 2019

Animato Kwartet. Photo: Foppe Schut
Netherlands Chamber Choir | Forgotten. Photo: Melle Meivogel
Scholtes & Janssens Piano Duo. Photo: Merlijn Doomernik
In collaboration with Dutch Performing Arts, Flanders Festival Ghent (Gent Festival van Vlaanderen) organises an extensive Dutch programme featuring a host of Netherlands-based artists and groups. The Dutch performances take place from 14 September-4 October 2019 in Ghent, Belgium.
This year's edition of Flanders Festival Ghent presents over 180 concerts and over 1.500 (inter)national artists. The festival runs from 14 September-5 October 2019.

Dutch programme
Throughout the festival visitors can enjoy a wide range of classical and contemporary music from Netherlands-based artists and groups.

Animato Kwartet
Part of the OdeGrand route
14 September 2019 at 12:30, Ghent city centre

Música Temprana
14 September 2019 at 14:00, Sint-Baafskathedraal

Amsterdam Sinfonietta and Cappella Amsterdam
Part of the opening concert
16 September 2019 at Saint Baafs Cathedral

Annemarie Van Buuren, Marije Baas, Glenn Liebaut, Magda Mendes & Oliveiras, Loek Vellekoop, Stan Lambregts, Marianne Hofman, Pynarello, Emma Rekers, Toeac Duo
Workshops, installations and performances that are part of out-door programme ParkLife
22 September 2019 from 11:00-20:00, Park forest Ghent

Netherlands Chamber Choir (Nederlands Kamerkoor), Spinvis, Karel Vingerhoets - 'Forgotten' (Vergeten)
27 September 2019 at 20:30, Opera Ghent

Scholtes & Janssens Piano Duo
Part of Night of the Imagination
4 October 2019 from 19:15-01:30, various locations

About Flanders Festival Ghent
Flanders Festival Ghent is an international music festival centred on a high-quality classical repertoire. The festival also stretches the boundaries of the classical music genre with a variety of creative formats.
Flanders Festival Ghent is a member of the Federation of Flanders Music Festivals (FMiV) and the European Festivals Association (EFA).