The Beethoven Experience

Interaction with the audience

The Le Concert Olympique audience is not only present in the concert hall. A total Beethoven experience in both breadth and depth, with films, the Beethoven book, theatre, lectures, literary happenings, exhibitions, guest lectures, etc., Le Concert Olympique hopes to spread the passion for Beethoven as widely as possible. In addition, the various social media channels create an interesting and interactive cross-fertilisation between the readers of the Beethoven biography, the concert visitors and the all-round Beethoven enthusiasts who are brought together to form a lively ‘community’. 

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A MUSICAL STORY

18 September, 2019
23.10 | "Beethoven and his immortal beloved" a stage monologue by Jan Caeyers with music intermezzo's by pianist Piet Kuijken (with VIP-dinner).

BEETHOVEN AND HIS IDOLS

18 September, 2019
In September 2019 LCO places the work of Beethoven in the perspective of 2 composers who he admired: Cherubini & Mozart.

BEETHOVEN MARATHON

17 September, 2019
On 8 December 2019 Le Concert Olympique will open the Beethoven year with an exceptional concert at deSingel in Antwerp.

STAGE MONOLOGUE

9 October, 2018
A musical narrative about Beethoven by Jan Caeyers in alternation with excerpts from the composer’s Septet in E-flat major, op. 20

MISSA SOLEMNIS

9 October, 2018
At the end of November, Beethoven’s rarely performed Missa Solemnis was on the programme in Antwerp, Berlin and Baden Baden.

PROMETHEUS

17 April, 2018
This April Le Concert Olympique performed a Prometheus-themed programme of music by Beethoven.

The violin concerto

5 January, 2016
In January 2016, Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E minor was in the spotlight with soloist Veronika Eberle, framed by two symphonies.

Beethoven's piano concerti

5 January, 2016
Photo-report: Beethoven piano concerti (nr. 1 and 3) with soloist Till Fellner.

Beethoven evening in Bonn

29 October, 2015
On 1 September 2015, Jan Caeyers gave a lecture on Beethoven’s work at the behest of the German Federal President Joachim Gauck in his residence in Bonn. 

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