A light show, live music, acrobatics, puppet theatre and countless magical objects turn 'WIT' into a wintery tale that will leave you open-mouthed.
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Compelling rhythms, effervescent arias and a vibrant story... Franz Lehár had all the ingredients to compose 'Die lustige Witwe' in 1905.
'Origins' contains discoveries from France, Central Europe and the Caucasus: creations by composers from the interwar period with a distinct voice.
An evening for fans of music in the style of Nils Frahm, Dustin O’Halloran, Joep Beving and Jóhann Jóhannsson.
The Flemish Radio Choir and the Scottish composer James MacMillan in an extraordinary project about belief and religion.
This programme of repertoire brings together three early works by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker.
Drummer Stéphane Galland (Aka Moon) presents his latest album which is based upon his sustained quest for new rhythms.
Choreographer Radouan Mriziga on a dance quest for everything that makes rap unique: rhythm, flow, statements and gestures as well as its history.
Astor Piazzolla and Martín Palmeri
Argentinian tango music that speaks of love, sadness, hope and melancholy.
Dumesny worked as a cook when Lully heard him singing. He was so impressed by his high tenor voice, that he gave him a new career as an opera singer.
Kila's sound is rooted in the Irish tradition, but also inspired by world music. The eight band members all come from a different background.
A light classical programme featuring popular melodies from the world of operetta, musical and Italian evergreens.
The trio’s fortes continue to be their inventive melodies, surprising arrangements and improvisations as well as their solid group sound.