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From Mon 26.06.17 Music theatre
  • Earth Diver

    How do we cope with a world crisis? That is the question Muziektheater Transparant addresses in Earth Diver. The music of Heinrich Schütz once promised comfort and immortality against the backdrop of pestilence and war. In this production, Schütz is contrasted with new work by Nikolaus Brass, and a text by Paul Verrept. A film by Wim Catrysse simultaneously descends into the mineshafts of Barentsburg. … Read more

  • Le Concert d’Astrée

    Ferrando and Guglielmo are engaged to sisters Dorabella and Fiordiligi. But can their love survive a joke that gets out of hand? Concertgebouw Brugge takes you to the Opéra de Lille, where filmmaker and theatre director Christophe Honoré sets the two couples – slaves to their desires - under a scorching sun. Conducted by Emmanuelle Haïm, Le Concert d'Astrée bring out all the sensuality of Mozart's score.… Read more

  • LOD muziektheater

    According to legend, L'Inconnue de la Seine was an unidentified young woman who drowned in that Parisian river. A plaster cast was made of her smile, but no one ever discovered her identity. L'Inconnue soon became a mythical figure, reinvented time and again by different artists. Composer Frederik Neyrinck, librettist Sabryna Pierre and director Nathalie Teirlinck also felt the attraction of this drowned muse. Masks, doppelgangers and water in a gripping libretto that flows between dream and consciousness, between fantasy literature and thriller.… Read more

  • Muziektheater Transparant & Théâtre de la Croix-Rousse

    In Calamity/Billy legendary heroine Calamity Jane and notorious outlaw Billy the Kid are brought back to life in an unusual and intimate way. Jane is resurrected through fragmented stories, secrets and excerpts from letters. Billy is raised through eyewitness accounts, newspaper articles, photographs and the breathtaking poetry of Michael Ondaatje. Their stories only flirt with the truth, but thanks to the sepia tones and rebellious lyricism of ‘European minimalist’ Gavin Bryars and his teacher Ben Johnston, they seem even more real than our childhood memories. … Read more