CPE Festival and MGConcerts present
MUSIC AT THE MUSEUM
Sunday April 24, 2022 - 12:30 p.m.
MIM, Rue Montagne de la Cour 2, 1000 Brussels
LUNA LIMAGE - Harp, song
MATHILDE DEDEURWAERDERE - diatonic accordion
DAVID TABURY - percussion
Morena me Llaman - traditional Sapharad song - Spain, Andalusia
To yelasto pedi - Mikis Theodorakis - Greece
Cogli la prima mela - Angelo Branduardi - Italy
Dil Gaya - trad - Afghanistan
Aliéna - Ostara - Belgium
Stumbling - Ostara - Belgium
Ajde Jano - trad - Serbia
Od Ebra do Dunava - Barcelona Gipsy Balkan Orchestra
Tango figurita - Marcelo Raigal - Argentina
Ttanzuvam - Ostara - Belgium - Bulgarian influences
Feira de Mangaio - Sivuca & Gloirinha Gadelha - Brazil
OSTARA is an accordion, a harp, rhythm, song ... a musical journey
It all started on school benches, when Mathilde Dedeurwaerdere and Luna Limage became friends and discovered a common passion for folk music.
In February 2017 during a concert organized in Wavre, they created a duo in two weeks!
The two accomplices perform regularly in salons and private events and join the Royal Superior Institute of Music and Pedagogy of Namur (IMEP) where they study their respective instruments.
In 2018, David Tabury , a student at the IMEP in the percussion class, completed the training to form the OSTARA Trio .
From there , the trio goes on to concerts, private evenings, cabarets, notably in Brussels, Liège, Namur, Dinant, Courtrai, Knokke, Ottignies, Louvain-la-Neuve, Court-St-Etienne, ... it is also invited to play at the head of the Accordé'Opale festival in Berck-sur-mer (France)
In 2021, Ostara perfected its repertoire, joined the chamber music class of the Imep and participated in the "classical generation" competition organized by the festivals of Wallonia.
The trio advance to the final which will take place on Saturday November 27 at the Palais des Beaux Arts in Charleroi.
The start of a great story to follow ...
A concert / live recording is already scheduled for May 2022 for the RTBF program "le monde est un village" presented by Didier Melon.
OSTARA offers music that draws its influences from world music, be it the Balkans, Scandinavia, South America, oriental or medieval music.
The trio takes you to many countries such as Sweden, Serbia, Argentina, Brazil, Afghanistan, Greece, and many more.
The opportunity to discover new cultures through arrangements of traditional melodies and personal musical creations.
Photos of Quentin Elleboudt