Trixie Whitley | Porta Bohemica

Still from the concert visuals for Trixie Whitley ’s Porta Bohemica tour.
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Quaderno di strada | Salvatore Sciarrino

Salvatore Sciarrino schreef de dertiendelige liedcyclus Quaderno di strada in 2003. De teksten zijn kort: spreuken, aforismen, zelfs graffiti en losse regels uit een tijdschrift – onderweg gevonden, zoals de titel aangeeft.
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Federico García Lorca

Federico García Lorca

‘It was pain itself, singing behind a smile,’ wrote Federico García Lorca, outwardly happy, inwardly torn. Continue Reading →

Crippled Symmetry | Morton Feldman

In Morton Feldman’s music, silence plays a prominent role, thanks to the hushed volume and the interval between sounds. Continue Reading →

Pierrot Lunaire – Opus 21 | Arnold Schönberg

Pierrot Lunaire, composed by Arnold Schönberg in 1912 on poems by the Belgian symbolist Albert Giraud. The music of Arnold Schönberg, especially ‘Pierrot Lunaire’, is a hallucinatory masterpiece and an absolute landmark of musical history.
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Niemands land/Overkant

Niemandsland/Overkant | Tom Lanoye

Tom lanoye declameert met verve – in de hem zo eigen stijl – een avondvullende, aangrijpende theatersolo.
‘Niemandsland/Overkant’, Gedichten uit de Groote Oorlog.
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