Himmel & Erde

Gabrieli, the undisputed master, evokes the apogee of the polychorality of the end of the Renaissance. Its reputation goes far beyond Venice, and it attracts pupils such as the Pedersøn and Schütz. The latter two have a connection with Scandinavia, because if Pedersøn is in the service of the court of Denmark, Schütz will be invited several times to the Copenague. The program of this concert aims at highlighting the filiation between a master and two disciples of genius, one of which probably does not have the fame it deserves.