Whether as a guest professor for composition at the Conservatory in Ghent or as composer-in-residence at the BOZAR (Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels), Luc Brewaeys work is internationally acclaimed. He is also professionally active in a very different area of musical work, as a recording producer for the Flemish Radio and Television. Luc Brewaeys describes his music as being spectral-symphonic with lyrical accents. This can also be found in Bowmore, the fourth in a series of Single-Malt-Whisky pieces based on melodies that were probably written by the Scottish poet Robert Burns (1759-1796). Bowmore, as Luc Brewaeys says, is also a fitting title for a string quartet because of the associations with the bowing of the string players.