Ewout Lehoucq (1987) is a bass-baritone, countertenor, cellist and actor.
He developed a love of music theatre and the world of opera whilst performing for Opera Vlaanderen’s Children’s Choir.
During his language and literature studies, he rearranged a number of songs for voice with a simple piano or cello accompaniment, and began performing as a busker in the streets, metros and bars of Antwerp, Venice, Berlin, London and Paris.
From 2010 to 2011, he worked as a musician and actor in the production Er was eens (Daphné Verhelst, Villanella, Laika, detheatermaker).
He won the first prize for theatre in the Dexia classics competition.
From 2012 to 2015, he joined the drama course at the Royal Conservatoire in Antwerp, specialising in acting.
From 2015 to the present he has performed in music-theatre ensembles with the singer and actress Laura Van Rossum, the pianist and accordionist Isaak Duerinck, the trumpeter and guitarist Simon Dhaen, and with the theatre-maker Julien Neirynck in the collective 'de eeuwigwachtende hoeren'.
In the 2017-18 season he is appearing in the production Les Âmes Perdues (directed by Wouter Van Looy).
|LES ÂMES PERDUES - (TRANSLAB - 2018-2019)||Vocals I Cello|
|Struwwelpeter +5 - (TRANSLAB - 2018-2019)||Music I Vocals|
|LES ÂMES PERDUES - (TRANSLAB - 2017-2018)||Vocals I Cello|
|LES ÂMES PERDUES - (TRANSLAB - 2016-2017)||Vocals I Cello|
|The Visit - (Current season)||Music I Vocals|