Joris Verdin

Category:muzikant, solist, docent
Genre(s):20ste eeuw, romantiek, classicisme, barok
Instrument(s):orgel, harmonium

Biography

Joris Verdin studied organ and musicology. From this dual background originates his special interest in rediscovery of forgotten music from all style periods, concurrently with creations of contemporary works. He has also proved his mettle as a composer. He teaches organ at the conservatory of Antwerp and performance practice at the catholic university of Leuven. At the same time Joris Verdin has been building up an international reputation as a specialist of 19th-century harmonium music. He is on the board of the Göteborg Organ Art Centre. In the field of music editions he has been working in Germany, France, and the Netherlands. His discography boasts a series of CDs with music from the 16th through the 20th century. In May 2000 his CD with César Franck’s organ works was acclaimed as “Event of the month” by the French music journal Diapason, and in 2001 he received the annual Cecilia Prize of the Belgian music press. The ensemble Capilla Flamenca often calls on him to perform early music.

Selective discography

L'abbé LisztL'abbé Liszt (2017)
romanticism
Joris Verdin, Franz Liszt, Hendrik Vanden Abeele, Psallentes
Franck César - Pièces posthumes (Intégrale) & pièces inéditesFranck César - Pièces posthumes (Intégrale) & pièces inédites (2012)
romanticism
Joris Verdin, César Franck
Willaert Adriaen - Vespro della beata VergineWillaert Adriaen - Vespro della beata Vergine (2012)
early music
Capilla Flamenca, Dirk Snellings, Adriaen Willaert, Joris Verdin
Alfred Lefébure-Wely 1817-1869Alfred Lefébure-Wely 1817-1869 (2011)
romanticism
Joris Verdin
Twintig jaar het orgel in Vlaanderen vzw 1990-2010Twintig jaar het orgel in Vlaanderen vzw 1990-2010 (2010)
20th century, romanticism, classicism, Baroque
Luc Ponet, Thomas Babou , Jan Vermeire, François-Joseph Fétis, Johan Hermans, Jean Adam Guilain, Joris Verdin, Peeter Cornet (...)
Jacques-Nicolas LemmensJacques-Nicolas Lemmens (2009)
romanticism
Joris Verdin, Jaak-Nikolaas Lemmens, Vlaams Radio Koor (VRK), Johan Duijck
Charles-Marie WidorCharles-Marie Widor (2009)
20th century
Joris Verdin, Charles-Marie Widor
The Organ Of St Petrus ad Vincula Church at SemmerzakeThe Organ Of St Petrus ad Vincula Church at Semmerzake (2009)
Baroque, classicism
Joris Verdin, Josse Boutmy, anoniem, Natalis Chrétien Vander Borght, Matthias van den Gheyn, Dieudonné De Raick, Willem Gommar Kennis, Charles-Joseph van Helmont (...)
Guilmant Alexander - Septième SonateGuilmant Alexander - Septième Sonate (2008)
romanticism
Joris Verdin, Resurgam, Alexandre Guilmant
Heinrich von HerzogenbergHeinrich von Herzogenberg (2007)
romanticism
Ex Tempore, Jan Van der Crabben, Greetje Anthoni, Jan Van Elsacker, Dirk Snellings, Joris Verdin, Heinrich Von Herzogenberg, Florian Heyerick (...)

Selectieve discografie als componist

MiniaturesMiniatures (2014)
21st century / contemporary, Baroque
anoniem, Duo 64-Feet, Ann Eysermans, Joris Verdin, György Kurtág, Wannes Vanderhoeven
Dulce RetiroDulce Retiro (2005)
Baroque
Joris Verdin, Juan Cabanilles, Pablo Bruna, Francisco Correa De Arauxo, anoniem, José Elías, Urbano Patón Villarreal, Joris Verdin (...)

Selectieve discografie als medewerker

L'abbé LisztL'abbé Liszt (2017)
romanticism
Joris Verdin, Franz Liszt, Hendrik Vanden Abeele, Psallentes
A guide to musical instruments (vol II) 1800-1950A guide to musical instruments (vol II) 1800-1950 (2013)
Baroque, romanticism, 20th century
Diverse uitvoerders, Paul Dombrecht, Diverse componisten, Octophoros, Jos van Immerseel, Ricercar Consort, Anima Eterna Brugge
A guide to period instrumentsA guide to period instruments (2010)
Baroque, romanticism, early music
Diverse uitvoerders
Clemens Non Papa - Priest and Bon VivantClemens Non Papa - Priest and Bon Vivant (2005)
early music
Capilla Flamenca, La Caccia, Jacobus Vaet, Jacobus Clemens Non Papa
Johannes Brassart - In festo corporis ChristiJohannes Brassart - In festo corporis Christi (2000)
early music
Capilla Flamenca, Johannes Brassart, Dirk Snellings, Psallentes, Hendrik Vanden Abeele, anoniem