With almost 1500 visitors in nine cities and municipalities of the Kempen, Musica Divina was able to safely organize an almost sold-out live and international festival in these complex times. Thanks to the musicians, the visitors and the partners who made it possible. As musicians and visitors agreed: It was truly oxygen for the soul.
Festival photographers Alidoor Dellafaille and Edwin Thys took very beautiful images during Musica Divina. You can admire them here.
On Podium 19 you can discover Ludwig van Beethoven's Equales for trombone quartet and his Heiliger Dankgesang for string quartet on February 26 from 22:53 to 23:15, performed by the Trombone Quartet led by Thomas Moore and the Kwartz Quartet. Both recorded at the Mechelen Church of Our Lady across the Dyle.
On March 27 at 23:15 you will experience Oxygen for the soul with Musica Divina on Podium 19. Cellist Benjamin Glorieux will perform the first, second and third suite of J.S. Bach. This from the Beguinage Church of Hoogstraten.
On Thursday 25 February, the Belgian cultural houses will turn green and the sector calls on the politicians of our country to reopen the cultural sector. Give culture the green light! Culture is essential for people's well-being. No society without culture. The audience yearns for an experience and the so important feeling of being together. The cultural sector has proven to be able to work safely: all links in this rich and varied sector - from actor, musician, educator, organizer, to technician, designer ... - are ready to create a safe context in which the public can enjoy of their artistic creations.