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Agenda

From Fri 16.02.18
  • Olivier Dubois Company

    French choreographer Olivier Dubois’ performances always have an infectious and energetic, but subtle power. That drive is reflected in the workshop the company’s tutor, Jacquelyn Elder, offers to children and their accompanying adult. Its basis is Auguri, a performance in which Dubois explores the dynamics of a group in motion. Running to or away from each other, swarming out like a whirlwind, ready to fly. Dancing power and poetry for families.… Read more

  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise. … Read more

  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise.… Read more

  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise. … Read more

  • Olivier Dubois

    In 2015 Olivier Dubois - the enfant terrible of the French dance scene – closed December Dance with the hypnotic performance Tragédie, a bruising battle for eighteen naked dancers. In Auguri he explores the fate of humanity through dance. To the energetic and mechanical music of François Caffenne, eleven women and eleven men jump, run and chase, like a flock of birds. A panorama of human existence, sometimes ominous, sometimes utopian.… Read more

  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise. … Read more

  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise. … Read more

  • Theater De Spiegel

    In a cosy play area, which is both a unique music lab and an oasis of peace, the very youngest explore sound and music. Playing, building, discovering… Big eyes, busy hands open mouths, small steps… The children are carried along, at their own pace by what they see, feel and hear. Three musicians accompany that playful rhythm. Sometimes they do nothing, sometimes they play notes, but they always delight and surprise.… Read more

  • Listening Course

    From the delicate Für Elise to the monumental Symphony no. 9, Beethoven's language is universal. Although he starts in the classical tradition, his tempestuous character and indomitable desire for freedom soon make his work stand out from the crowd. Of his many masterpieces, it is his Ninth Symphony that is nowadays the greatest audience favourite. In this course you will learn all about Beethoven, and especially about the exceptional nature of ‘his Ninth’.… Read more

  • A colourful tribute to Ludwig van Beethoven

    A composer who could no longer hear his own music. Inconceivable. But that’s what happened to Ludwig van Beethoven. This evening Anima Eterna Brugge delve into Beethoven's twilight years with as pièce de résistence Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy, often seen as a first try for the Ninth. Kurt Van Eeghem is our host. Personal contact with the artists is guaranteed. And surprising installations provide a touching framework, literally.… Read more

  • Anima Eterna Brugge

    Exactly 10 years after their touchstone recording of Beethoven's complete symphonies on period instruments, Jos van Immerseel and Anima Eterna zoom in on what many consider to be the cornerstone and showpiece of Beethoven’s orchestral oeuvre: his masterly Ninth. Completed in 1824, and blessed with even more monumental dimensions than its predecessors, this consummately crafted cathedral voices the birth of triumph from upheaval, and the journey of the soul from introspection to jubilation. Its legendarily tough score is brimming with technical challenges. With the addition of Schiller's Ode to Joy – this evening performed by a dream choir with ditto soloists - this work easily surpasses all boundaries. Prepare to be fully immersed: as an opener to this evening, born storyteller Pieter Bergé offers insight and explanation, all backed up by the necessary live musical examples.… Read more

  • Music in your heart

    In 9, Beethoven's masterly Ninth Symphony is central: an exceptional musical masterpiece that Beethoven only completed after he had gone completely deaf. Choreographer Hélène Blackburn takes an atypical dancer as her starting point: Cai Glover. Cai is also deaf. How do you grasp a musical masterpiece when you can’t hear it? How do you experience or understand the world when one of your senses fails?… Read more

  • Anima Eterna Brugge

    Exactly 10 years after their touchstone recording of Beethoven's complete symphonies on period instruments, Jos van Immerseel and Anima Eterna zoom in on what many consider to be the cornerstone and showpiece of Beethoven’s orchestral oeuvre: his masterly Ninth. Completed in 1824, and blessed with even more monumental dimensions than its predecessors, this consummately crafted cathedral voices the birth of triumph from upheaval, and the journey of the soul from introspection to jubilation. Its legendarily tough score is brimming with technical challenges. With the addition of Schiller's Ode to Joy – this evening performed by a dream choir with ditto soloists - this work easily surpasses all boundaries. Prepare to be fully immersed: as an opener to this evening, born storyteller Pieter Bergé offers insight and explanation, all backed up by the necessary live musical examples.… Read more