As a versatile performer, Naomi Beeldens (°1988) has a predilection for music theatre, contemporary music and all things experimental. She likes to seek for boundaries - between genres, genders, disciplines, high & low culture - and is at all times on the look-out for invigorating musical experiences.
After completing her degree in Modern Literature at the University of Antwerp, Naomi started her classical singing studies at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp.
Naomi is artist in residence at Muziektheater Transparant. She participated numerous times in their Youth Operas and sang in Porselein, a production that was named one of the best of the year 2010 by the newspaper De Standaard. With La Voix humaine, she realized her first production in 2015. This season, she can also be seen in the Transparant production Het Kanaal & Les Âmes Perdues.
Naomi has performed in various projects with i.a. Philippe Herreweghe, Frank Agsteribbe, Ewald Demeyere and Guy Joosten, and she enjoys collaborating with composers such as Szymon Brzoska, Jan Van Outryve & Annelies Van Parys. She regularly shares the stage with pianists Jeroen Malaise & Isaak Duerinck.
Photo: Chris Bulte
|LES ÂMES PERDUES - (TRANSLAB - 2016-2017)||Soprano|
|La voix humaine - (TRANSLAB - 2015-2016)||Soprano|
|La voix humaine - (Season 2016-2017)||Concept I Vocals|
|The Channel / Crossing Borders - (Season 2016-2017)||Vocalist|
|Porcelain - (Season 2009-2010)||Actor|
|The Channel / Crossing Borders - (Current season)||Vocalist|
|La voix humaine - (Current season)||Soprano, Concept|
|LES ÂMES PERDUES - (Current season)||Soprano|
|Marche Music International Festival - (Current season)||Soprano|