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Audi Coelum - Lauda Jerusalem from the Vespro della Beata Vergine of Claudio Monteverdi. Julian Podger, tenor. Erik Van Nevel, director. Performance on May 31 in the Church of Our Lady in Bruges.

Upcoming concerts

Heinrich Isaac - Missa Carminum
Sunday, 17 November 2019 - 10:00 u.
Sint-Pieterskerk, Leuven
Niño Dios. Spaanse en Portugese kerstmuziek.
Thursday, 12 December 2019 - 18:00 u.
Sint-Pieterskerk, Leuven
Cypriaan de Rore - Missa praeter rerum seriem
Sunday, 15 December 2019 - 10:00 u.
Sint-Pieterskerk, Leuven
Niño Dios. Spanish and Portuguese Christmas music.
Thursday, 19 December 2019 - 18:00 u.
Sint-Pieterskerk, Leuven
Midnight Mass
Tuesday, 24 December 2019 - 23:00 u.
Kathedraal, Brussel
Niño Dios. Spanish and Portuguese Christmas music.
Thursday, 26 December 2019 - 18:00 u.
Sint-Pieterskerk, Leuven
Niño Dios. Spanish and Portuguese Christmas music.
Friday, 27 December 2019 - 18:00 u.
Sint-Pieterskerk, Leuven

blancquaertL 100x140"Last summer I made a performance with Currende, the choir conducted by Erik Van Nevel, in the context of the commemoration of the Great War, which was so good, what a group of voices can do with feelings and a story is magical."
Lieve Blancquaert, photographer, in Knack Focus

Niño Dios

GRECO Natividad

Saint Peter's Church, Leuven

Thursdays 12, 19, 26 and Friday, December 27, each at 6 p.m.

After the success of previous years, Currende is once again putting together a particularly attractive and varied program with Spanish and Portuguese Christmas music. 6 singers, 2 violas da gamba, organ, violin, recorder and theorbo together create cheerful and almost dancing Christmas sounds. Works by Francesco Guerrero, Juan Navarro, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Duarte Lobo and many others, partly arranged by Erik Van Nevel himself.

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@Missam - Heinrich Isaac

St Cecilia 1829

Sunday, November 17 at 10 a.m.
in the Sint-Pieterskerk in Leuven

Heinrich Isaac, Missa Carminum / Quis dabit capiti meo aquam?
De Manchicourt, Cantantibus organis (Cecilia motet)

Heinrich Isaac was born around 1450 in Brabant. Between 1480 and 1492 he worked for Lorenzo de Medici in Florence, where he was organist in the cathedral. After spending a period in Innsbruck, Emperor Maximilian appointed him in 1497 court composer in Vienna, the most prestigious post a musician could receive.

Image: Fanny Paelinck-Horgnies, Saint Cecilia, 1829 (MSK, Ghent)

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Latest CD

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Cipriano de Rore: Le Vergine

The poetry of Francesco Petrarca has inspired many artists through the ages. His sonets and stanzes are so musical and speak very intensely to the imagination. His muse Laura, who in a certain sense has always remained an unattainable love and for which he spent almost all his life in literary ecstasy, has been a constant inspiration to him.



More about this new Currende CD


Would you like to organize a concert with Currende? Feel free to contact us by telephone at +32 [0] 476 509531 or via the contact form on this site. Currende has a very large repertoire that runs from the late Middle Ages on Franco-Flemish polyphonists up to and including the high baroque. We will gladly provide you with an appropriate program proposal.

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Sanctus from the Missa 'Ich segge â dieu' by Johannes de Fossa, during @missam of 9 December 2018 in the Sint-Pieterskerk in Leuven.

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Download the flyer 2019 (in Dutch)

In its long existence, Currende brought more than 50 CDs onto the market, including real gems. Vous ou la Mort - Cantiones flamencas de amor cortés and el siglo XV is one of them. The sorrows of love are voiced by the most famous composers of the Renaissance. A 'must have' for every lover. View our CD pages for even more inspiration.


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Malfliet Arnout 05Aug2015"Polyphony or baroque, it's always a party at Eriks, I know nobody else who can translate things technically in such a way and then make music out of it again."
Arnout Malfliet, bass