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Annelies Van Parys
Private View
First Opera by Annelies Van Parys
Première: 13 May 2015
Kunsthuis Opera Vlaanderen Antwerpen (BE)
Annelies Van Parys, one of the resident composers at Muziektheater Transparant, writes Private View, her first opera, for the Opera XXI festival.
Following her composition for the successful production Ruhe, performed by Collegium Vocale Gent, and the impressive Een Oresteia, she is continuing her artistic course in musical theatre.
Private View confronts us with the ambiguity of watching and being watched, an issue that seems more relevant today than in the past: Big Brother is watching you, more than ever.
Tickets Antwerpen/Gent - 13, 15, 23 May 2015
Tickets Operadagen Rotterdam - 28 May 2015
Musik der Jahrhunderte Stuttgart - 12 Juni 2015
Budapest / Armel Opera Festival - 2 July 2015
Pilsen 2015 - 5 July 2015
Private View © 33 ⅓ Collective
Private View is a production of Muziektheater Transparant in coproduction with Concertgebouw Brugge, Operadagen Rotterdam, Opera Vlaanderen, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Asko|Schönberg, Collective 33 ⅓, National Opera Bergen and Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg. With the support of BesteBuren.

Private View was awarded the FEDORA - Rolf Liebermann Prize for Opera 2014.

COMPOSITION: ANNELIES VAN PARYS • LIBRETTO: JEN HADFIELD • SCENARIO: GAEA SCHOETERS • MUSICAL DIRECTION: ETIENNE SIEBENS • DIRECTION I DRAMATURGY: TOM CREED • SET DESIGN I VIDEO: COLLECTIVE 33 1/3 • MUSIC: ASKO I SCHÖNBERG ENSEMBLE & NEUE VOCALSOLISTEN STUTTGART • SOPRANO: JOHANNA ZIMMER • MEZZO SOPRANO: TRUIKE VAN DER POEL • TENOR: MARTIN NAGY • BARITON: GUILLERMO ANZORENA • BAS: ANDREAS FISCHER • LIGHT DESIGN: PETER QUASTERS
ANNELEEN DE CAUSMAECKER & ANNELIES VAN PARYS
FIELD RECORDINGS
INTERACTIVE SOUND-INSTALLATION & PERFORMANCE
Première: Saturday 2 May, 2015
Concertgebouw, Brugge (B)
The upheaval after the Great War in an interactive performance. Sound rises from the earth: rustling, murmuring… echoes of battle, but also voices and snatches of music. As visitors move through this installation, the sounds retreat. Wherever humans go, the music hushes to a murmur. This interactive sound installation, created by Anneleen de Causmaecker, Annelies Van Parys and Peter Verhelst, is brought to life by the live performance of Els Mondelaers and Isabelle Balsa. Cellist Arne Deforce plays the prelude.
With BLOW duo, Vincent Caers (percussion), Andy Dhondt (sax). Production by Perignem.
Tickets Concertgebouw Brugge
Anneleen De Causmaecker & Annelies Van Parys,
Field Recordings
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