Debut with citrus fruits
13.11. Carl-Gustafs kyrka, Karlshamn
13.11. Erholungshaus, Leverkusen
13.11. Southbank Centre London
13.11. Muziekgebouw Amsterdam
14.11. Academy of Music and Drama Gothenburg
14.11. Opéra de Lyon
14.11. Stadsgehoorzaal, Leiden
14.11. Convitto Nazionale Melchiorre Delfico Teramo
15.11. Acusticum, Pitea
15.11. Deutsche Oper Berlin
15.11. Opéra de Lyon
15.11. Baerum Kulturhus, Sandvika
15.11. Kultur-Casino Bern
15.11. Muziekgebouw Amsterdam
16.11. Opéra de Lyon
16.11. Basilica di San Pietro, Perugia
16.11. Konzerthaus Freiburg
16.11. Opéra de Lyon
16.11. De Nieuwe Kerk, Den Haag
17.11. Opéra de Lyon
17.11. Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival
Our new website now bundles all information about our own concerts. For the launch date, these include concerts in the Bremer Glocke, the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg and last but not least the Berliner Philharmonie, where karsten witt musik management has been regularly hosting the series The Beethoven Experience with Jan Caeyers and his orchestra Le Concert Olympique for two years....
From life on the front line to the intimacies of love: Chaya Czernowin’s new opera Heart Chamber presents a huge tonal shift from the subject matter of her last project for the stage. Infinite Now, which premiered with huge success at Opera Vlaanderen in Ghent and Antwerp in 2017, took as its basis the short story Homecoming by Chinese writer Can Xue and Luk Perceval’s play Front – in turn based on Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front. In contrast, her new opera, which will be premiered on 15 November 2019 at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, is a microscopic examination of the beginning of love....
A song channels our feelings, a song is a companion, a song captures the Zeitgeist, a song creates solidarity – and a song generates its own kind of theatre. In her current project Songs of Rebellion, her third collaboration with director and dramaturg Michael Höppner, Brigitta Muntendorf explores the impact of the most popular genre of music history. On 27 September, the piece was premiered at the BAM-Festival in Berlin....
The spark has been ignited: when Alejo Pérez speaks of his new position as music director of the Opera Ballet Vlaanderen, a role he will step into from the 2019/2020 season onwards, he stresses the great affinity he has for the orchestra and the entire team. “The challenge should not be underestimated. The chemistry has to be right; that‘s essential for any artistic project. I’m looking forward to breathing this atmosphere of passion for music in this house – this is something that makes me feel at home,” says the conductor. He shone in his debut in Flanders last year with Pelléas et Mélisande, staged by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Damien Jalet and Marina Abramovic....