The 15th edition of the ECCO concert will take place on October 6th at the Philharmonie in Luxembourg. Co-organized by ECSA and FLAC (Fédération Luxembourgoise des Auteurs Compositeurs), this year’s edition will feature the works of 6 amazing composers, performed by the ensemble United Instruments of Lucilin and conducted by Thomas Goff.

Pieces were selected by chair Dušan Bavdek (Slovenia), Jana Andreevska (North Macedonia), Irina Hasnas (Romania) and Olli Virtaperko (Finland) and by a member of the ensemble United Instruments of Lucilin, Guy Frisch (Luxembourg).

Below the list of the composers and the respective pieces which will be performed:

The ensemble

This ECCO edition features the ensemble United Instruments of Lucilin. Founded in 1999 by a group of passionate and committed musicians, it is the only Luxembourgish chamber music ensemble specialised in contemporary music. Dedicated exclusively to promoting and commissioning works of the 20th and 21st century, United Instruments of Lucilin is now known for its outstanding programs around the world.

Credits : Léa Giordano

Ensemble United Instruments of Lucilin
André Pons-Valdès, Winnie Cheng, violins
Danielle Hennicot, viola
Jean-Philippe Martignoni, cello
Gonzalo Jimenez, double bass
Sophie Deshayes, flutes
Marcel Lallemang, Max Mausen, clarinets
Olivier Sliepen, saxophone
Adam Rixer, trumpet
Steve Boehm, horn
Pascal Meyer, piano
Guy Frisch, percussions

The conductor

Pieces will be conducted by Thomas Goff, a British musician living in The Hague, Netherlands. Having studied as a composer, cellist and jazz pianist, he is now quickly becoming recognised as a conductor who excels in a vast range of repertoire. In different contexts, he has conducted the Netherlands Philharmonic, BBC Philharmonic, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Ulster Orchestra, Residentie Orkest, Cadaqués Orchestra, Orkest van het Oosten, and Philharmonie Zuidnederland.

Credits : Jan Hordijk

Time and location

ECCO concert
6 october 2020, 19:00
Philharmonie Luxembourg
1, place de l’Europe, L-1499 Luxembourg

Please reserve your tickets here.

For more please visit the website or contact European Affairs and Programme Manager Alicja Swierczek


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