Beyond Borders: Serious Music Meets Popular Music
Marie Ghitta (viola), Welleda Muller (violin, singing, dancing)
Wednesday 13th December 2017, 8pm
Duo Dilemme is proud to invite you to a trip across Europe and across time in Haekem Theater to discover its fresh and energising universe!
You’ll hear (duet violin/viola or viola/singing): Bach, Renaissance’s madrigal, Hildegard von Bingen, Jewish music from medieval Spain to early 20th century, etc.
You’ll see: Menuet dance, Gigues (Irish and Bach!)
You’ll learn more about different contexts: Middle Ages, Renaissance, traditional music from all across Europe, early 20th century experiences, anecdotes about the links between serious music and popular music, and much more!
Join us for this great evening!
Marie Ghitta is a viola player, graduated from the Conservatoire Royal of Brussels in Thérèse-Marie Gilissen class (Licence) and Vincent Hepp class (Master), and from the Koninklijk Conservatorium van Brussels in Paul de Clerck class (Master). She plays a very large repertoire, she’s especially a part of the Akhatamar Quartet, and the Arca Quartet. She followed free improvisation class of Kris Defoort, and studied folkloric music in different countries. She plays in the PasSages group since 2013 and she integrated the Young Belgian Strings in June 2014.
Welleda Muller is a violin player and a singer graduated from the Conservatoire Régional d’Auxerre. After a Phd in Art History she’s been hired as post-doc scholar in the Musiconis Project at the Sorbonne University; meanwhile she made a specialisation in Early Music (in Dominique Vellard and Michel Laplénie classes). She plays in different early music groups, such as Mescolanza. She’s first violin in the Minimes orchestra in Brussels (where she sings also as soloist sometimes) since April 2016. She’s been trained in Baroque dance by Nick Nguyen and Hubert Hazebroucq.