Lieven Baert

19/02
20:00 – 21:45

Renaissance Ball

The Royal Conservatory of Music of Brussels students of early music’s orchestra will make you dance under the direction of Master Lieven Baert and his dancers dressed in historical choreography.

During this convivial moment, under the great chandeliers of the Salle des Caryatides, you will think you are at the annual Grand Bal at the Court of the Archdukes Albert and Isabella!

Lieven Baert choreography & dance
Chris Vandooren, Joséphine Schreiber, Susanne Janning & Andrea Streilein dance

Royal Conservatory of Brussels students Orchestra, ‘early music’ section:
Barnabé Balmelle, Peter Chorkov, Marie Cogels, Maureen De Smet,
Grégoire Franco, Joseph Klemperer, Olivier Lalau & Lysianne Vincent flutes
Enesh Dzhanykova, DeboraTravaini, Thomas Van Binsbergen & Cecilia Rezával violins
Marina Marcos Aguayo, Cornelia Zambilla & Aurélie Wenzel viola
Sanna Gillerfors & Lila Granieri bass violin
Teresa Madeira 5-string violin
Laura Pok & Thomas Baeté teachers

Biography

Lieven Baert is a professional choreographer, dance teacher, performer and theatre director. During his 30-year career he has danced, choreographed and directed early dance productions in Austria, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, the UK and the Netherlands, Japan, Mexico, Russia and the USA. He has been a visiting professor at the University of Stockholm, Stanford University in the United States and has taught historical dance at the University of Madrid Re Juan Carlos since 2003. Since 1997 he has been the choreographer of the Landshuter Hochzeit 1475, Germany’s largest historical festival. Since 2003 he has also been the permanent director of the Brussels Operetta Theatre. He also works on awareness and youth programmes for the Royal Ballet School of Belgium and the Royal Opera of Flanders.