Cancelled: Spring Ensemble plays Purcell, Handel, Britten and Quilter

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    Sweet lovers love the spring!

    Spring has sprung! Celebrate its arrival with masterpieces of English song.
    This vibrant new trio has brought together a veritable bouquet of vocal gems to delight your senses and warm the cockles of your heart. As the sun returns it’s warming glow so too will these melodies from throughout the ages melt your wintered spirit. Enjoy the pick of the bunch from Purcell, Handel, Britten, and Quilter as they speak of the budding freshness of youth, beauty, joy, and love. What better way to spend a spring Sunday afternoon.

    Olga Dubois, soprano, was born in Russia and lives in Belgium since 2011. Passionate about vocal and instrumental music from early childhood, Olga has specialised in classical singing since the age of 17, with Nadezhda Kuteneva, professor of Urals State Conservatory. Olga has touched the hearts of audiences in Belgium, Germany, France, New Zealand, and Russia, from the grand concert halls like Flagey with Brussels Sinfonietta, Théâtre Impérial de Compiègne, Chappelle des Minimes to local crèches where she takes pleasure to perform for little listeners.
    Andrew Glover, tenor, was born in New Zealand and studied at the Unitec School of Performing and Screen Arts and the Australian Opera Studio. He has sung with the Tokyo New Philharmonic Orchestra, City of Cardiff Symphony Orchestra, New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Christchurch Symphony Orchestra, Perth Orchestra, Tonbridge Philharmonic Orchestra, Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra and the Little Baroque Company, among others. He has appeared frequently in operas for English Touring Opera, Opera Holland Park, Opera North, Garsington Opera, New Zealand Opera and at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden.
    Gabriel Diaconu, pianist, was born in Romania and initiated to the piano by his parents-musicians, he studied in the Conservatory of Lille with Alain Raës and later with Eugène Moguilevsky in the Royal Conservatory of Bruxelles, where he obtained a Specialized Master’s diploma for piano. Gabriel regularly performs in Belgium and France solo or in chamber concerts, accompanies national and international competitions (Adolphe Sax, TIM, New Tenuto, Rotary, …) Since 2010 Gabriel accompanies the classes of violin, saxophone, clarinette, percussions, trumpet and guitar at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.

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