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Different programs for the combination recorder - harpsichord/organ/piano. Early music as well as contemporary.


Recorders + harpsichord/organ/piano
Several early music programs + mixed programs (early music & contemporary) available
Playing duo programs over 12 years!

"Van Gele - Penson present concerts on the highest level!" (de standaard 11/29/95) 

A performance by the duo Van Gele - Penson isn't limited to "the classics of the recorder / harpsichord repertoire." With fortepiano, organ, piano, flauto doppio and flageolet as part of their instrument-collection, they can perform programs concentrated around historical themes as well as mixed programs of different musical styles.  Their astonishing mastery of many instruments and styles lends itself to programs of great vivacity and variety.

CLICK HERE to find their new programs for next season 07-08!


  Bio Guy Penson

Since finishing his studies at the Royal Conservatory of Ghent, keyboard-player Guy Penson has gained an impressive reputation in Belgium and abroad.  He has appeared as a guest-artist at the most important European festivals (France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Scan-dinavia), as well as in Canada and South-America.  As a harpsichordist he performs regularly in solo recitals, and in collaboration with many renowned orchestras: "Orchestre des Champs Elysées, Concerto Köln, I Fiaminghi, Ricercar Consort," etc.  He often concertizes with Greta De Reyghere, Guy De Mey, Claude Maury and Johan Huys.  In addition to the harpsichord, he has specialised in fortepiano and tangentenflügel.  Guy Penson is a laureate of several international competitions including the Musica Antiqua Competition in Bruges in 1980.  Fifty CD's top a list of his recorded work, which also encompasses several radio and TV-recordings.  His recordings of soloworks by J.S.Bach, W.F. Bach, and W.A. Mozart have been welcomed with great enthousiasm by the Belgian and the international press.

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