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MuCH Music 31.10.18

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Enoa Project - Nico and the Navigators

31.10.18 - 14:00

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Nico and the Navigators, ensemble
Nicolas Hümpel, concept & direction
Kenza Koutchoukali, stage director, Dutch National Opera

Hélène Desaint, viola, Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel
Fabien Hyon, tenor, Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel
Mathilde Legrand , mezzo-soprano, Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel
Tiago Matos, baritone, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
Olga Siemienczuk, soprano, Snape Maltings
Nicolas Simeha, baritone, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence
Thalea Quartet, string quartet, Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel
Lisa Willems, La Monnaie/De Munt

Enoa Workshop
From score to Freedom : building interdisciplinary bridges for singers

La Chapelle Musicale, en coopération avec la Theaterakademie August Everding a mis en place une série de workshops guidés par la metteure en scène allemande Nicola Hümpel. Ces workshops permettent aux artistes d’être impliqués dés le début du processus créatif et d’exprimer leur propre expression artistique en dialogue avec Hümpel. Le thème abordé portera sur les bouleversements politiques et sociaux, à travers différentes pièces musicales composées lors de grands changements dans l’Histoire.

De Muziekkapel brengt, samen met de Theaterakademie August Everding, een reeks workshops geleid door de Duitse regisseuse Nicola Hümpel. Dankzij die workshops geraken artiesten vanaf het begin bij het creatieve proces betrokken en kunnen ze uiting geven aan hun eigen artistieke expressie, in dialoog met Hümpel. Het behandelde thema gaat over de ingrijpende politieke en maatschappelijke veranderingen, via diverse muziekstukken gecomponeerd tijdens grote veranderingen in de loop van de Geschiedenis.

More informations on the project

#YoungOperaMakers by Résultat de recherche d'images pour "logo enoa"Logo de l'Europe

The enoa network was born from the wish of a number of operatic institutions – opera academies, festivals, foundations and producers – to work more closely together to support the professional integration of the most talented young artists and to support the development of their artistic ambitions.

With the backing of the European Commission’s Culture Programme since 2011 and Creative Europe programme since 2016, enoa has been working to train emerging artists and promote their mobility, while encouraging the creation and performance of new operas all over Europe. Thanks to its first five years of experience, the enoa network is renewing its commitment to artists at the start of their professional careers and launching Young Opera Makers starting in May 2016.

In a rapidly changing industry, where the role of creation, the development of new forms, the exploration of innovative creative processes and audience renewal are among the major challenges for opera professionals, the issue of the training and occupational integration of young creators and performers is of crucial importance. By offering tailored training courses, consisting of a wide variety of activities hosted by enoa members all over Europe, and by integrating them into international recruitment circuits, the network aims to give young artists the keys to their occupational integration and international career development.

Young Opera Makers programme’s aim is to offer them excellent training, with an interdisciplinary and contemporary approach to opera, enable them to perform and experience creative processes, and increase their visibility and access to international recruitment circuits. Thirteen member institutions, thirteen associated partners, over a thousand young artists and some three hundred professionals make up the enoa community.

Details

Date:
31.10.18
Time:
14:00

Venue

Music Chapel Haas-Teichen Studio
Chaussée de Tervuren 445
Waterloo, 1410 Belgium
Phone:
02 3520117
Website:
www.musicchapel.org

Organizer

Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel
Phone:
+32 (0)2 352 01 17
Email:
tickets@musicchapel.org
Website:
www.musicchapel.org