Les Âmes Perdues © Wouter Van Looy i
Muziektheater Transparant Roadshow
"Les Âmes Perdues" is an innovative music theater performance, made by young emerging artists who found their inspiration in pre-war music and prose, in the sultry atmosphere of 1920s Berlin cabaret. "Les Âmes Perdues" is created under the TRANSLAB label of Muziektheater Transparant where young performing artists are guided and coached. It had its preview showing on 2 January 2018, at the newly renovated Town Hall of Borgerhout, Antwerp. This venue was transformed for the performance and the public had the benefit of visiting it first hand after its renovation. The evening started with a welcome drink and a speech given by Guy Coolen, both artistic directors of Muziektheater Transparant, presenting the FEDORA Platform. Afterwards all the guests were invited to see the performance filled with music, singing, satire and humor. This event precedes four shows of "Les Âmes Perdues" at "Wintervuur", a winter performing arts festival organized by the city of Antwerp.
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03 May 2019
"The opera is a beautiful tower - but unfortunately without a staircase."
With this picture, the Mannheim opera dramaturgy describes the problem of an art form that is one of the most complex in our cultural landscape - and therefore usually attracts a theatrically experienced, educated, long-established audience. But how do newcomers get to the tower?
Royal Swedish Opera
15 May 2018
Stockholm / Sweden
This year's Raodshow took place on the occasion of the dress rehearsal of the ballet "The Trial". The Trial is a new full-evening ballet inspired by Franz Kafka’s classic novel, Der Prozess, that draws you into a twisted bureaucratic maze.
For this event, the Royal Swedish Opera invited book circles, authors, young dance enthusiasts as well as students of literature, finance and political science to take part in an evening full of music, conversations and dance.
Opéra Orchestre National Montpellier
19 April 2019
Montpellier / France
The adventure of "Un Air de famille"' started in September 2018 with an open application for anyone willing to learn singing opera choir arias. Opéra Orchestre national Montpellier received more than 300 applications to the project. All these amateur choristers started working every 15 days with professionnal choirmasters and stage directors.
The final big concert took place on the 19th of April and was the occasion to present the FEDORA Platform and its new commitment to Educational projects with the launch an Education Prize.