Delle Donne Consort is a recorder ensemble, specialised in early music, in the meanwhile actively working on a new repertoire, using experimentation with Live Electronics.
The ensemble starts a process of critical reflection and reinvention and is continuously looking for dialogue as part of its discovery and development.
Frederike Van Lindt
Lieve De Sadeleer
As one of the most influential composers in the history of madrigal, Cypriaan de Rore through emotionality, vividness, extravagant rhetorical gestures, and unusual chromatism expresses the richness of the Renaissance’s human feelings.VIEW
Josquin des Prez was considered the greatest composer of his age, as a central figure of the Franco-Flemish school, his mastery of technique and expressions were truly inspirational and admired.VIEW
The theory of imitation and expression is one of the most essential elements in the history of Western music. Imitation was regarded as a general principle of art, and art itself as an imitation of life.
Collaborations with artists from different disciplines.
The performance Inquietudine - Restlessness describes the search for identity and one's own voice.
9 JULY 2022 - Domein Bergelen, Wevelgem
Delle Donne Consort will give the best of themselves in the Klarafestival BOX during intimate mini-concerts lasting 15 minutes.
7 MARCH 2022 - Baron Horta street, Brussels
Thursday 30th of September at 12h30 in the hall of the Academy of Music in Anderlecht. Delle Donne Consort will perform pieces by Josquin des Prez, Cipriano de Rore, Francesco Mancini and Johann Sebastian Bach.
30 SEPTEMBER 2021 - Anderlecht, Belgium
Polyphonic music of old Flemish and Italian masters such as Cypriaan de Rore-Josquin des Prez, Baroque music of Francesco Mancini and Johann Sebastian Bach, combined with contemporary music from Fulvio Caldini and Pieter De Vos.
21 JULI 2021 - Broechem, Belgium
Music History and even Art History in general have been written through the power of travels, exchanges, meetings and migrations. While the Franco-Flemish invaded the musical scene from the 15th till the 16th century, Italy became the absolute place to be in the 17th and 18th century.
25 JUNI 2021 - Brussels, Belgium
Celebrating New Year and the double Praetorius Anniversary: 450 years after his birth, 400 years after his death.
15 JAN 2021 - Brussels, Belgium
Cypriano de Rore and the Flemish Polyphonists.
Polyphonic music from Cyrpiano de Rore and other Flemish composers.
11 AUG 2020 - Brussels, Belgium
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