Dominique Lawalrée (Be)

Dominique Lawalrée (Be)
15 August 2015 City Sonic

De temps en temps (Environnement - Chapelle du Silence)

From time to time (a music promenade) recorded in 1989 by Dominique Lawalrée (electric piano) gathers 18 impressionist sequences, each followed by a pause of silence (of various durations).

An itinerary in the intimate musical work of Belgian composer Dominique Lawalrée in Arsonic Chapel of silence, “new simplicity” or “prayerful instrumental music” inviting the listener to contemplation and to active listening, with a certain sweetness.

Production: Dominique Lawalrée



Rue de Nimy, 138 – Mons

Vernissage le 11.09 > 17:00
Exposition du 22 > 27.09 – 10 > 18h30

Entrée libre

Concert de piano électrique (Chapelle du Silence)

Work for electric piano electric by composer Dominique Lawalrée, featuring 47 sequences of variable length.

The title is to be understood not as a synonym for “sometimes” but rather “a time to another”, thereby referring to the many stops and pauses, and thus a fragmented music and a stretched time.

During 20 minutes, the chapel of silence of Arsonic resounds with these intimate impressionist notes.


Chapelle du silence d’Arsonic
Rue de Nimy, 138 – Mons



Dominique Lawalrée


Dominique Lawalrée has written more than 450 works, documented over 27 albums. A keyboardist, he has given hundreds of concerts of his music in a dozen countries. A church musician, he is the initiator of Liturgical Music Festival in Rixensart.

He has published several books and is a renowned speaker. A music teacher, he has taught in secondary school and at the university. He produces 17 shows a month on RCF Brussels and Liege.

His music is widely heard in the film “Khadak”, which received a “Golden Lion” in Venice in 2006.