This spring concert will include a number of various contributions. International Concert pianist Louis Alvanis will be performing works by Debussy as well as a Danse macabre by the greek composer Christodoulos Giorgiades. Alvanis will also accompany composer and baritone Gregers Brinch in 4 of his songs. He will also be joined by the japanese violinist Ayako Yoshida in Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata as well as William Krolls droll Banji and fiddle. The concert will feature an unusual item of Eurythmy to Debussy's Clair de Lune performed by eurythmist Sigune Brinch with a choreography by Rudolf Steiner. Eurythmy is an art of movement inaugurated by Steiner that seeks to make music visible as well as language and so is generally performed to live music or creative speech.