Sichtlaut – Common Grounds

Common Grounds is a cross-disciplinary improvisation performance in which the performers assess how the relationship between visual language, language, movement and sound can be redesigned, materialised again in real time and in relation to each other , the audience and the performance space.

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The End of Space and Time

String theory in its many incarnations provides a theoretical framework to answer some of the deepest questions, often with surprising results. At the same time, it raises some disturbing new questions, making painfully clear how little we understand of our Universe. Continue Reading →

Het kleine meisje van Meneer Linh

Het kleine meisje van Meneer Linh

Mister Linh flees his war-ravaged country in search of a better future for his granddaughter. Mister Linh doesn’t feel at home in the foreign land where he finds himself, until one day he meets mister Bark. Continue Reading →

WORP_ cross-media improvising collective

‘WORP’ is an cross-media improvising collective, combining musicians, visual artists and dancers. Through each performance, they explore the borders of the different media involved. Continue Reading →

Karlheinz Stockhausen | Signale zur Invasion (trombone on electronic tape)

Octophonie & Signale zur Invasion | Karlheinz Stockhausen

Signale zur Invasion (1992) is performed simultaneously with Octophonie (1991), both pieces are part of Dienstag from Stockhausen’s monumental
Opera Cycle Licht. The trombonist plays and walks a parcours amongst the audience whilst the video-artist divides it into equal protanganists. Continue Reading →

Impressions de Pelléas | Claude Debussy

Impressions de Pelléas | Claude Debussy

Debussy has created a new kind of musical drama with Pelléas. The text, by the Belgian Nobel prize winner Maurice Maeterlinck, is incorporated word for word. The play is a high point in symbolism and explores psychology, humankind’s deepest nature and feelings. Continue Reading →

Trixie Whitley | Porta Bohemica

Still from the concert visuals for Trixie Whitley ’s Porta Bohemica tour.
On-screen visuals are developed in close colaboration with Victor Robyn . Continue Reading →

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 →

HYOID & ATON’&ARMIDE | Wanneer ze sterven, zingen de mensen

Quando Stanno Morendo | Luigi Nono

De muziek is vaak verstild, zelfs fragiel. Op andere momenten creëert Nono door elektronische manipulatie van de instrumenten een mysterieus, soms verontrustend klankgeweld dat via een hele reeks luidsprekers de luisteraars sonisch inkapselt.

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