Season 2013-2014


    • Arthur


      Arthur is a semi-opera by Henry Purcell. 100 years after the start of the great War, Muziektheater Transparant, B'Rock and de Veenfabriek place Purcell's music in a contemporary context. 

    • Winterreise


      A play by the Ensemble Intercontemporain and Muziektheater Transparant with Franz Schuberts song cycle about the romantic Wanderer as a starting point.

    • Canti d'Amor

      Canti d'Amor

      With the guidance of director Wouter Van Looy and baroque expert Nicolas Achten, young singers and musicians create their own version of Claudio Monteverdi's masterpieces. 

    • Escorial


      Josse De Pauw is intrigued by Michel de Ghelderode, born in Ixelles in 1898, and his play Escorial. The story is set in 16th century Spain in the retrait of the Spanish kings. 

    • Songs of war

      Songs of war

      Monteverdi's Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda and Heiner Goebbels' Songs of Wars I've seen are indictments of the absurdity of war. 

    • Queen of the Night

      Queen of the Night

      A musical performance for children based on Mozart's Die Zauberflöte.

    • Territoria


      Territoria arises from the shared fascination of theater maker An De Donder, visual artist and designer Freija Van Esbroeck and scenographer Erki De Vries for the music of Wim Henderickx.

    • The Cutter-off of Water

      The Cutter-off of Water

      Published in 1989, Marguerite Duras' Le coupeur d’eau (The Cutter-off of Water) is a moving short story inspired by a tragic fait divers: the suicide of an entire family after a waterworks employee cut off the water.

    • Lilith


      Opera singer Claron McFadden delivers an emotionally charged musical-theatre performance that combines classical music, jazz, sampling, theatre, film and poetry.