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The first concert organized by Icons of Europe

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Under the patronage of H.E. Poul Skytte Christoffersen
Ambassador of Denmark to the European Union
Introductory remarks


Celebrating the EU enlargement signed at Copenhagen
Chamber Music  
Astoria, Brussels, 17 November 2002

Bartók, Chopin, Dvorák, Holmboe, Kodály, Martinu, Paderewski

Comité d'Honneur
- H.E. Mr László Trócsányi, Ambassador of Hungary
- H.E. Mr Iwo Byczewski, Ambassador of Poland
- Baron Cardon de Lichtbuer, Honorary President, Europa Nostra

  
H.R.H. The Prince Consort of Denmark is President of Europa Nostra,
   the pan-European federation for cultural heritage.

Elisabeth Zeuthen Schneider plays a violin built by Giovanni Batista Grancino, Venice, in 1701.  Morten Zeuthen's cello was created by Joannes Gagliano, Napoli, in 1801.Thisted Master Chamber Players
Daniel Blumenthal, piano
Craig Goodman, flute
Elisabeth Zeuthen Schneider, violin
Morten Zeuthen, cello
 


The Players
Sponsors
Composers
Rehearsal
Audience comments

1-minute video clip
 

Ambassade de Hongrie:
"Permettez nous de vous remercier encore une fois de l'excellent concert á l'hotel Astoria.  Vos efforts sont tres honorés par notre Ambassade, nous sommes et nous serons toujours á votre disposition."


ICONS OF:
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Hungary
Poland


With thanks to our sponsors
CHAMPAGNE
Available at Galerie Beaumont in Lasne.
Beaumont
des Crayčres
The venue of the concert - Salle Waldorf.