As usual MATRIX and Transit have joined forces to create a new work for non-professional musicians. This time we bring a bunch of young (er) recorder players together, students from Jette (class of Katelijne Lanneau) and ... Vienna (Class of Thomas List). Composer Frederick Neyrinck (who coincidentally also lives in Vienna) has written a thrilling new piece for them. Get ready for every size of recorder in the family and a wealth of sound colours you never suspected existed. Also, it is rumored that Brueghel has something to do with it!
Frederik Neyrinck (premiere)
Composer and pianist
Frederik Neyrinck (°1985) studied in Brussels, Stuttgart and Graz. He lives and works in
Vienna. He has worked with various ensembles and organisations such as
Asko|Schönberg, Bozzini Quartet and Brussels Philharmonic, and his works have
been recorded by I Solisti del Vento, Spectra Ensemble and Revue Blanche among
others. In 2017-2018, he is “season’s composer” at Concertgebouw Brugge. As a
pianist, he is member of Ensemble Platypus.