Gregorian chant as a source of inspiration

In recognition the city of Bruges offers the Scola a biennial concert under the title: “Gregorian chant as a source of inspiration”.
From these series of concerts were several recitals with choirs and organists. They performed works exclusively inspired by Gregorian melodies. An overview:

1991 Scola and choir "Renaat Veremans" Saint-Salvator Cathedral Bruges
1992 Scola and organist Ignace Michiels Saint-Salvator Cathedral Bruges
1993 Scola and Russian Orthodox choir from St-Petersburg Saint-Salvator Cathedral Bruges
1995 Scola and choir Animato under the direction of Antoon Defoort Saint-Salvator Cathedral Bruges
1997 Scola and organist Ignace Michiels Saint-Salvator Cathedral Bruges
2000 Scola and choir 'Collegium de Dunis' under the direction of Ignace Tevelein Saint-James Church Bruges
2002 Scola and dance studio Ijvi Hagelstein H. Magdalena Church Bruges
2005 Scola and choir 'Bryghia Cantat' under the direction of Reinhilde Uyttendaele Chapel Our Lady Hospital Bruges & Chapel Beguinage Bruges
2006 Scola and organist Chris Dubois Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
2008 Scola and soprano Inge Zutterman, and organist Chris Dubois Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
2010 Scola and girls choir 'Amarylca' under the direction of Noëlle Schepens Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
2012 Scola and carillonneur Frank Deleu Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
2014
Scola and artist Willem Vermandere Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges

 

Thematic concerts

Scola with organists Roger Deruwe Saint-Salvator Cathedral Bruges
  Chris Dubois Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
  Ignace Michiels Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
  Jozef Sluys The Sablon Church Brussels
  Jan Rothier Minimes Church Brussels
  Georges Robert Versailles - France
  Alberto Massino Edinburgh - Great-Britain
  Magnus Jacobs Boppard - Germany
  Gabriël Dessauer Wiesbaden - Germany
Scola with choirs Schola Hungarica Salzburg - Austria
  Renaat Veremanskoor Saint-Salvator Cathedral Bruges
  Animato Saint-Salvator Cathedral Bruges
  Collegium de Dunis Saint-James Church Bruges
  Collegium Vocale Brugensis Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
  Bryghia Cantat Chapel Our Lady Hospital Bruges & Chapel Beguinage Bruges
  Laudato Si Chapel Our Lady Hospital Bruges
  Anima Vocale Chapel Beguinage Bruges
  Amarylca Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
  Bladelin-Ensemble Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
  Oratorio Choir Cantores Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
Scola and orthodoxie Johannes Damascenes chor (Essen - Germany) Saint-Salvator Cathedral Bruges
  Choir of the theological schools  (St.-Petersburg - Russia) Saint-Salvator Cathedral Bruges
  Blagovest (Riga - Lithuania) Chapel Our Lady Hospital Bruges
  Gospodi (Aalst - Belgium) Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
Scola and harp Sabine Lust (Bruges) Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
Scola and dance Katrien Dewaele (Louvain - Belgium) Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
  Dance studio Ijvi Hagelstein (Antwerp - belgium) H. Magdalena Church Bruges
  Mira Henrike Sievert (Wetteren - Belgium) Groningen - Netherlands
Scola and serpent Jan Huylebroeck Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
Scola and carillon Frank Deleu Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
Scola and song Soprano Inge Zutterman Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
  Soprano Sarah Peire Church of the Fathers Carmelites Bruges
Catalan mystery play De Tribus Mariis Madrid (Spain); Tielt, Damme, Brugge, Diksmuide, Mol, Wielsbeke (Belgium)

 

Festival Concerts

Belgium Festival of Flanders Bruges, Deurle (East Flanders)
  Festival de l'été Mosan (Wallonie) Abbey of Maredsous
  Festival of Watou Watou
France Festival Estival de Paris Paris
  Festival En Plein Air Charleville
  Festival d'Avignon Sénanque, Ville-Neuve
  Festival “Musique en Bourgogne” Vézelay, Tournus
Austria Kirchenmusikfestival Salzburg
Spain Festivals of Santander Santander
  Festival “Quincena Musical” San Sebastian
  Festival “Cyclo de canto gregoriano” Cuenca
  Festival "De músiques religioses del Món” Girona
  Festival “Arte Sacro” Madrid
  Festival of Palma Malorca
Germany Bregenzer Festspiele Scheidegg
We mention performances in the Netherlands, England, Switzerland and Rome