10 years after the Russian Revolution in 1917, Sergei M. Eisenstein caused an artistic uproar. His greatest epic, Oktober (or the ‘Ten Days that Shook the World’) commemorates the fall of the Czar and the founding of the Communist regime in what almost seems to be an eyewitness account.
The symphonic soundtrack is separate from the film, and was composed of works by emigrant and oppressed Soviet composers Sergei Prokofiev, Dmitri Shostakovich and Mieczysław Weinberg.
Soundtrack compiled by Professor Dr. Francis Maes.
In collaboration with Cinematek.
October: Ten Days That Shook the World
Sergej Eisenstein, direction
Selected works of Weinberg, Prokofiev, Shostakovich
mon - sat: 10am till 5pm
sun: 10am till 2pm
closed on 25/12 and 01/01
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Tickets Eisenstein: Oktober
Cat I € 33,00 | Cat II € 28,00 | Cat III € 23,00 | Cat IV € 18,00
Get to Concertgebouw Bruges by bike
At ‘t Zand there are several bike racks where you can safely lock your bike.
Get to Concertgebouw Bruges by public transportation
Bruges is easily accessible by train. The Concertgebouw is a ten minute walk from the station: cross the station and the main road and turn left onto the path through Albert Park. You can also take the bus: every five minutes there is a bus to the city center, with a stop next to the Concertgebouw.
Get to Concertgebouw Bruges by car
The Concertgebouw offers several parking options, including Centrum-Zand (24/24) and Centrum-Station (free bus transport with your parkingticket).
Visit the website of Concertgebouw Bruges for detailed directions and more information.
19:15 introduction by Francis Maes
104’ (no break)