Tableaux d’une exposition in the Rubens Room With Claire Chevallier & Benoit Van Innis
Painting, music and visual arts come together in the Rubens Room of the OldMasters Museum on the Artonov Festival in Brussels.
With Claire Chevallier, historical piano and Benoît Van Innis, painter
Having done in-depth research on Russian pianos, Claire Chevallier recorded Modeste Mussorgsky’s ‘Tableaux d’une exposition’. These ‘paintings’ were inspired by drawings by the artist-architect Viktor Hartmann, shown during a commemorative exhibition.
A few years ago the visual artist Benoît van Innis collaborated on stage with Claire Chevallier during a recital around Erik Satie and Francis Poulenc.
Today they find themselves in the Paul Rubens hall of the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Brussels.
On stage, Claire Chevallier plays the works of Moussorgski and Benoît van Innis will give his visual interpretation inspired by the music.
Discover the entire programme of the Artonov Festival (13-14-15 October 2017)