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the tiger eats the zebra and the bird flies away in fear

Benjamin Verdonck once more creates and directs an unusual planetarium made of tape, pieces of string and cardboard.
Benjamin Verdonck and Toneelhuis
Tue 03/03/2020 - 20:00
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Opera Melancholica

A horror story by Edgar Allan Poe set to Philip Glass’s minimal music makes you experience fantastic visions and terrifying phantasms.
OPERA2DAY & New European Ensemble
Fri 06/03/2020 - 20:00
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Mia Kermis

'Mia Kermis' is a tribute to all children who have ever been abandoned as well as to their imagination and curiosity for their origin.
Lucinda Ra
Ook geschikt voor kinderen, vanaf 10 jaar.
Sat 07/03/2020 - 17:00
Sat 07/03/2020 - 20:00
Sun 08/03/2020 - 15:00
Sun 08/03/2020 - 18:00
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minimal Music, maximal Beauty

Star violinist Lorenzo Gatto and piano virtuoso Julien Libeer perform (post)minimal muisc composed by Glass, Nyman, Frahm, Richter en Pärt.
Julien Libeer (piano), Lorenzo Gatto (violin) and Young Belgian Strings
Sat 07/03/2020 - 20:00
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Le Bestiaire

Piet Swerts wrote a new piece of chamber music. He was inspired by 'Le Bestiaire' (1911), an iconic album of short and witty poems about 26 animals.
Roeland Hendrikx Ensemble
Sun 08/03/2020 - 11:00
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Drie sterke vrouwen

A music theatre show based on an ancient Japanese fairy tale in which gender stereotypes are debunked in a playful and humorous fashion.
Walpurgis
van 8 tot 10 jaar
Sun 08/03/2020 - 15:00
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Laguna Beach

Frankie combines image and sound in his installations, which straddle performance art and concerts. Frankie’s universe is fragmentary and imperfect.
Frankie & CAMPO
Wed 11/03/2020 - 20:00

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WIT

A light show, live music, acrobatics, puppet theatre and countless magical objects turn 'WIT' into a wintery tale that will leave you open-mouthed.
Sprookjes enzo and Pietro Chiarenza
van 2 tot 5 jaar

The merry widow

Franz Lehár

Compelling rhythms, effervescent arias and a vibrant story... Franz Lehár had all the ingredients to compose 'Die lustige Witwe' in 1905.
Brussels Operette Theater

Origins

'Origins' contains discoveries from France, Central Europe and the Caucasus: creations by composers from the interwar period with a distinct voice.
Toon Fret (flute) and Veronika Iltchenko (piano)