Agenda: sight, attraction, music, wellness and kids in Ostend

ODED TZUR QUARTET - A NEW TYPE OF SWING

Where:
KAAP | Vrijstaat O.
When:
Sun 23 Feb 2020

Oded Tzur (tenor sax), Nitai Hershkovits (piano), Petros Klampanis (bass), Johnathan Blake (drums) With a warm sound reminiscent of John Coltrane, Tenor saxophonist Oded Tzur bridges Western and Eastern music in a convincing way. His narrative compositions, his unprecedented mastery and idiosyncratic technique made him an acclaimed musician. He studied Indian music and is now part of a new generation of Israeli musicians conquering the New York jazz scene. For his quartet, he appealed to top musicians who excel in timing, rhythm, technique and musicality.

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Kursaal Classics - Exuberant Russian Dances

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Sun 23 Feb 2020

Exuberant russian dances Program 16:15 Introduction by Frank Pauwels 5:00 PM Support act: Conservatorium aan Zee Claribel, clarinet ensemble based on Henk Soenen --- BedřichSmetana (1824 - 1884) The Vltava --- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Clarinet concert KV 622 --- Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 - 1943) Symphonic Dancing opus 45 Performer Orchester Philharmonique Royale de Liège Christian Arming, musical director Jean-Luc Votano, clarinet This concert is part of the Kursaal Classics concert series.

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The Australian Pink Floyd Show

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Fri 28 Feb 2020

Since their first ever concert in Adelaide, Australia in 1988 the Australian Pink Floyd Show have performed in over 35 countries worldwide; played at David Gilmour’s 50th birthday celebration and were even joined on stage by Rick Wright. TAPFS is the leading and biggest show of its kind in the world. Performing the music of Pink Floyd with note for note perfection, this critically acclaimed tribute show has been astonishing audiences worldwide. Striving to reproduce the Pink Floyd experience and bring the music to new audiences, the show continues to include a stunning light and laser show, video animations, state of the art high resolution LED screen technology and other special effects.

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Museum Amandine

April 3rd 1995. On this day the Amandine entered Oostende harbour for the last time. On this day it dropped anchor for the very last time. The crew disembarked, swallowed hard and went home without looking back. The last page in Oostende's book on Iceland Fishing had been turned. Now, 13 years later, the Amandine has started her second career, a career as an interactive museum. It has taken two years of hard and concentrated work in the old shipyard 'Seghers' to restore the...

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Mercator

Arctic traveller Adrien de Gerlache designed this three-master which was built in Scotland. The Mercator had only two commanders and made 54 voyages. In 1956 it repatriated the remains of Father Damien from Molokai. In 1960, it sailed into the harbour of Antwerp and in 1961, it was equipped as a museum ship. Since 1964, it has been the pearl in Ostend’s crown. Like to visit this attraction at a discount? Print your free Coast Pass now on www.kustpas.be/home/register

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Hangtime

1,000 square metres of trampolines, a huge ball bath, and a challenging play area for the little ones, all connected by an inspiring coffee bar: that is the definition of Hangtime! ...

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Dikke Mathille

The Leopold II-laan curves gracefully around the most famous sculpture of a woman in Oostende: De Zee (The Sea). Although Reclining Nude is another name for this lady the locals always refer to her as ‘Dikke Mathille’ (Fat Mathille). Grard emphasised the volume of the full, round forms. In De Zee he portrayed the opulence and sensuality of the sea in a female figure. Until 1963 the work of art adorned the Kursaal Casino.

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Railway station Oostende

Eclectic station complex consisting of a central entrance hall flanked by two square "Tower buildings". On the left side adjacent to the station the former "Hotel Terminus Maritime".

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North Sea Cruise Oostende

During this cruise, a guide will tell you about everything from short sea shipping and port signalling, various kinds of buoys and beacons over marine bird and sea mammal exploration to crossing international shipping routes. The boat tour finishes at the Thorntonbank wind farm, about 30 km off the coast.

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