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Keyword: live music

Dance Music

#PUNK 100% POP *N!GGA [Cancelled]

nora chipaumire (Mutare + New York)30 June

#PUNK 100% POP *N!GGA [Cancelled]

A liberated rock star of dance originally from Zimbabwe, nora chipaumire proclaims via punk, pop and rumba the urgent need for liberation with an epic and invigorating triptych.

Theatre

Elenit [Cancelled]

Euripides Laskaridis (Athens)08 July

Elenit [Cancelled]

Propelled by a wind turbine, strange fauna led by the incomparable Euripides Laskaridis take the spectator into a world out of time, suspended between dreams and the end of ideals.

Music Performance

Mikado Remix [Cancelled]

Louis Vanhaverbeke (Brussels + Ghent)12 July

Mikado Remix [Cancelled]

The inveterate handyman Louis Vanhaverbeke explores other possible options beyond so-called normality in this liberating performance. Imagination as a way of life.

Dance Music

Requiem pour L. [Cancelled]

Fabrizio Cassol (Ghent)
Alain Platel (Ghent)15 July

Requiem pour L. [Cancelled]

In this Mass with 14 musicians and singers, meditation and exaltation join in a divine embrace. Requiem pour L. invites death to a rainbow celebration where jazz and African rhythms encounter Mozart.

Theatre

Violence [Cancelled]

Marie Brassard (Montreal)20 July

Violence [Cancelled]

Exploring the deep as they search for glimpses of light, Marie Brassard and her Japanese collaborators conjure undreamt-of worlds in a surrealist tale of astounding visual power.

Dance Music

Romances inciertos, un autre Orlando [Cancelled]

François Chaignaud (Paris)
Nino Laisné (Madrid)16 July

Romances inciertos, un autre Orlando [Cancelled]

Song and dance join together in a dazzling performance by François Chaignaud. A sensual journey through Spanish folklore. A fascinating ode to multiple identities.

Theatre

Why? [Cancelled]

Peter Brook (Paris)
Marie-Hélène Estienne (Paris)21 July

Why? [Cancelled]

At the apogee of his impressive career, the illustrious director Peter Brook, along with his colleague Marie-Hélène Estienne, divests the theatre of artifice to ask an essential question: Why?