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  • 24-04-2014

    Anna Linardou

    Anna Linardou, voce solista.
    È nata a Larissa, in Grecia, nel 1984.
    Si è laureata all’Università Nazionale della Tecnologia di Atene, al dipartimento di Ingegneria civile.
    Ha studiato tecnica vocale moderna con Areti Topouzides.
    Si è esibita come solista all’Odeo di Erode Attico ad Atene, al Concert Hall di Thessaloniki, al Megaron di Atene, al Teatro di Badminton e nella maggior parte dei locali per musica e teatro di tutta la Grecia.
    Ha collaborato con il “Manos Hadjidakis Ensemble” in La stagione dell’amore, album e concerti; con il compositore Thanos Mikroutsikos nel racconto musicale Viaggiare con la Croce del Sud e in numerosi concerti; con il direttore Themis Moumoulidis in una performance musicale-teatrale per Mikis Theodorakis e con molti famosi cantanti e musicisti greci.
    È cantante solista del gruppo sperimentale Vault of Blossomed Ropes e membro del collettivo musicale Lüüp.

  • 24-03-2014

    Sander De Winne

    Sander De Winne (1987) has performed on stage all his life. In his childhood years he sang and performed in various projects by the Kopergietery youth theatre in Ghent. Here he also worked with the composer/lute player Jan Van Outryve, choreographer Yves Thuwis  and singer and actor Roel van Kerckhoven.

    In 2007 De Winne started studying jazz singing at the School of Arts in Ghent, where he was taught by Sofie Verbruggen, Kristen Cornwell, Bart Defoort and Bart Van Caenegem. Sander De Winne then swapped the Conservatoire in Ghent for the Royal Conservatoire in Antwerp. Here his teachers included Kristina Fuchs, Tutu Puoane, Kurt Van Herck and Fay Claassen.

    Between September 2011 and April 2012 De Winne also studied at the prestigious Jazz-Institut Berlin, where his teachers included John Hollenbeck, Kurt Rosenwinkel and Greg Cohen.

    In July 2013 De Winne performed in Paard: een opera, a piece by the theatre collective ‘Tibaldus en andere hoeren’. Sander De Winne also performs with his own group, is touring Europe with the FAVOSAN trio and in the meantime is working on a solo project for the autumn of 2014.

  • 24-03-2014

    Annelinde Bruijs

    Annelinde Bruijs (b. 1991) graduated in musical theatre at Codarts in Rotterdam this year. During her training she worked as a trainee on two productions: Shelter by the Alba Theaterhuis directed by Arlon Luijten, and Arianna by the Veenfabriek directed by Lizzy Timmers. In September Annelinde performed in The Humans by Alexandre Singh at the Internationale Keuze in Rotterdam, and later also at the Performa 13 biennale in New York.

    Apart from her work as a performer under the guidance of a director, Annelinde would also like to create productions herself. Consequently, together with seven other old Codarts students she is involved in a musical-theatre collective called Club Gewalt. Recently Annelinde also performed as singer in the band Mass Electric, with Gerry Arling, Bo Koek and others.

  • 24-03-2014

    Aline Goffin

    Aline Goffin (1989) was ten years old when, as a member of the children’s choir accompanying the Czech violinist/singer Iva Bittova – on tour in Flanders – she appeared on stage for the first time. Not much later she made her debut in the musical world. In recent years Goffin has also performed in Arthur (Laika & Muziektheater Transparant), Het Meisje De Jongen De Rivier (Muziektheater Transparant) and Starend Meisje (Zonzo Compagnie). Soon she will be appearing in a new production by Muziektheater Transparant, which – in collaboration with the opera of Bologna – she will also help to create. Meanwhile Aline Goffin’s voice can also be heard in various TV series and animated films, and she also composes music herself, in which she explores the boundaries of the Pop and Indie genres.

    Aline Goffin studied singing under Claron McFadden, David Moss and others, and studied cabaret at Studio Herman Teirlinck and Complete Vocal Technique at the Complete Vocal Institute in Copenhagen.

    To be able to provide a theoretical framework for her practice, Goffin also completed Bachelor courses in Dutch and Theatre, Film and Literature Studies and a Master course in Theatre & Film Studies.

  • 24-03-2014

    Kurt d'Haeseleer

    Kurt d’Haeseleer has been the artistic director of Werktank, a production company for media art in Bierbeek, since 2010. He is also a video artist and produces videos and (interactive) installations, such as Scripted Emotions, Fossilization and S*CKMYP, all of which were presented at international festivals and performances in Rotterdam, Tokyo, Montreal, Paris, Berlin and elsewhere.

    D’Haeseleer’s work is about the visualisation and symbolisation of the dynamics of information and data in an era of fibre optic cables, computers and modems. He studies the physical and urbanist impact of speed and translates the global presence of media into meta images. Media are symbolised by layers of sticky pixel textures, noise and interactivity. Special effects play an important role in his work, which can probably best be described as a ‘pixel-drama’ or ‘pixel-soap’, and often lies at the intersection of painting, video clips, cinema and performance.

    d’Haeseleer also regularly works as a video designer in theatre, dance and opera and also creates his own performances. He did the video design for Guy Cassiers’ Ring Cycle at La Scala and has collaborated with Ictus, Georges Aperghis, Transparant, Kollectif Barakha, Isabella Soupart, Jon Hassell, Annabel Schellekens, Joji Inc, TUK, Peter Verhelst, Köhn and BL!NDMAN.

    The Dutch saxophone quartet BL!NDMAN was founded by Eric Sleichim in 1988. With a traditional set of musicians BL!NDMAN focused on the development of new performance techniques and a substantial expansion of the repertoire for saxophone. In 2008 the desire for a more structural cooperation between quartets of different generations resulted in the creation of a collective of four quartets. Since then the original quartet, BL!INDMAN [sax], has had twenty years of stage experience with three young quartets: BL!INDMAN [drums], BL!INDMAN [vox] and BL!INDMAN [strings].

    Their multidisciplinary approach has yielded Eric Sleichim and BL!INDMAN an international reputation. Since they started they have been commissioned by the theatre and dance world and have provided various silent films with live music. Moreover, Sleichim and BL!INDMAN have also been regularly asked to create programmes for special occasions, such as the location project The Raft of the Medusa for the opening of the Museum aan de Stroom in Antwerp.

    In the autumn of 2013 BL!INDMAN celebrated its 25th anniversary with the release of the CD 32 FOOT/The Organ of Bach.

  • 24-03-2014

    Wouter Van Looy

    Wouter Van Looy is one of the most active operators in the international musical-theatre world. His work has been invited to numerous venues and festivals. Recently his work premiered in Zurich (Theaterspektakel), Antwerp (deSingel and the Flanders Opera), Mexico (Musica y Escena), Lille (Opéra de Lille), Lisbon (Centro Cultural de Belém), Amsterdam (Holland Festival) and the Bregenzer Festspiele, as well as at many youth festivals and other theatres.

    In recent years his interest in working with young singers and performing artists has translated itself into projects such as the youth opera and the international voices project, Institute for Living Voice.

    Apart from Muziektheater Transparant, where he is artistic director together with Guy Coolen, Wouter Van Looy is also the founder and artistic director of Zonzo Compagnie, the organisation behind BIG BANG, the adventurous music festival for a young audience that is active in 8 cities in Europe. In the past few seasons, Zonzo Compagnie has created award-winning productions such as Listen to the Silence, Wagon and Starend meisje. Wouter Van Looy won the YAMA award (2012), a Klara prize (2013) and a YEAH award (2013).

    In the 2013-2014 season he will have premieres at deSingel (Antwerp), Centro Cultural de Belém (Lisbon) and the opera of Bologna.

    After completing his studies in Philosophy at the K.U. Leuven and modern music in Barcelona, in 2006 Ief Spincemaille (1976) decided to follow the path he had already been following since childhood: creating all sorts of machines, sculptures and installations. Since 2006 he has therefore developed an oeuvre that is characterised by a pre-scientific admiration for nature and technology which he has translated into a simple and poetic visual idiom.

    His first works (Is the great bear a lonely bear, 2006) make extensive use of video and experiment with the relationship between image and reality. A series of viewing instruments created between 2007 and 2010 (Reverse Blinking, Virtual Ground etc.) also deal with this theme, this time not using video-technical means but analogue lo-fi media.

    In the work Behind the Horizon (2010), Spincemaille’s interest in technology/media shifts to reality itself. The works that follow deal with everyday natural phenomena that are often too close to be visible. By way of simple, poetic works these hidden phenomena are made visible in a new way. Frequently recurring themes here are time and light.

    In 2013 Spincemaille moved his studio from rural Bierbeek to the centre of Leuven. This brought a new interest with it: what is the place of the artist in the broader social context? To this end Spincemaille set up a ‘temporary’ work-form (De Verbreder — The Broadener). This is a cluster of various works, initiatives, collaborations, questions and presentations with which he tries to get a better understanding of his relationship as a creator with the social and non-cultural field.

    Spincemaille also works as a visual artist and designer for various national and international theatre and opera productions. His work is supported by Werktank, the production platform for media art, whose business manager he was for the first three years and where he is currently responsible for the technical coordination of the various projects.

  • 24-03-2014

    Giorgio van Straten

    Giorgio van Straten (1955) is an Italian writer, editor and translator.

    From 1985 until 2002 he was chairman of the Orchestra Della Toscana. Following this he was director of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino for three years and from 2005 to 2008 headed the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome. On 18th February 2009 Giorgio van Straten was appointed a member of the board of directors of the Italian public broadcaster RAI.

    In 2000 he received the Ordine al merito della Repubblica Italiana and in the same year received four literary awards for his work Il mio nome a memori, translated into English as My Name, A Living Memory.

  • 24-03-2014

    Andrea Molino

    Andrea Molino (1964) became known as a composer for his amazing video and musical theatre work Those who speak in a faint voice, a project about the death penalty, and the multimedia musical-theatre productions Credo and Winners.

    In 1996 and 1997 he was musical director of the Pocket Opera Company in Nuremberg, and from 2000 to 2006 was artistic director of the music department of Fabrica. During the 2007-2008 season he was a guest artist at Le Fresnoy in Lille (France). In 2009 he was appointed artistic director of the World Venice Forum, where he was curator for the The Garden of Forking Paths festival and conducted his own multimedia concert Of Flowers and Flames, to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the disaster in Bhopal, India.

    His most recent project, Three Mile Island, about the nuclear accident in Pennsylvania in 1979, was created at the ZKM in Karlsruhe in March 2012. It was performed by the Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart and the Klangforum Wien. The project received the Music Theatre Now Award in 2013.

    Andrea Molino works internationally as a conductor. He has performed at the Sydney Opera House in Australia and the Sydney Festival, the Teatro La Fenice in Venice (also for the world premiere of Bruno Maderna’s Requiem), the Edinburgh International Festival, the Konzerthaus in Vienna, the Berliner Philharmonie, the Arts Center in Melbourne, the Queensland Music Festival, the Brisbane Festival and various other international opera houses and festivals.

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