Muziektheater Transparant Roadshow 2020

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29 December 2019

Antwerp / Belgium

Roadshow

The first Roadshow of the year was organized by Muziektheater Transparant on the occasion of the Avant-première "Every Ending", an innovative music theatre performance, made by young emerging artists under the TRANSLAB label of Muziektheater Transparant. The performance stands out with its electronic soundtrack, where young performing artists are guided and coached. The evening started with a welcome cocktail reception and a speech given by the Artistic & General Director Guy Coolen presenting the FEDORA Platform Roadshow.  This event precedes four shows of "Every Ending" at "Wintervuur", a winter performing arts festival organized by the city of Antwerp.


Muziektheater Transparant Roadshow
Muziektheater Transparant Roadshow
Muziektheater Transparant Roadshow
Muziektheater Transparant Roadshow

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