24 Oct 2013
Mertens moves around the world 
Here is a selection of concerts by Wim Mertens over the next six months including an excursion to Bangkok at the end of the month and special performances with Kirmen Uribe performing "Mussche – Lo que mueve el mundo" (What Moves the World).

Meanwhile, don't forget to listen the Cerysmatic Factory Wim Mertens Interview over on Soundcloud. This is a 90-minute, professionally-recorded audio interview featuring Brandon Spivey with Wim Mertens.

Itinerary

31 October 2013
19:00
Wim Mertens solo piano
Hall of Music de Chulalongkorn University
Bangkok, Thailand

1 December 2013
Wim Mertens and Kirmen Uribe
"Mussche – Lo que mueve el mundo" (what moves the world)
Violin, cello, piano, voice
Teatro del Canal
Madrid, Spain

31 January 2014
20:30
Wim Mertens Trio
Violin, cello, piano, voice
CC de Kollenbloom
Puurs, Belgium

2 February 2014
20:15
Wim Mertens Trio
Violin, cello, piano, voice
Cultuurcentrum de Meent
Alsemberg, Belgium

22 March 2014
20:00
Wim Mertens Trio
Violin, cello, piano, voice
Toneelhuis
Antwerp, Belgium

25 March 2014
21:00
Wim Mertens and Kirmen Uribe
"Mussche – Lo que mueve el mundo" (what moves the world)
Teatro Arriga
Madrid, Spain

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