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Annelies Van Parys (°1975) studied composition at the University College Ghent, dept. Royal Conservatory with Luc Brewaeys. Her works were granted many awards. In 2011 she received the prestigious Laureateship from the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium. Since 2014 she is also a member of this Royal Academy for Arts and Sciences.
Private View
Opera by Annelies Van Parys
Thursday 28 May 2015 - 20:15
Operadagen Rotterdam
Rotterdamse Schouwburg (NL)
"The music feels like an overwhelming encyclopedia of colours that drag you into a whirlpool of sliding tones, perturbing rustling, tender interpunction and banging hysteria... Under all these colours you feel a beautifully thought-out structure which doesn't give up it's secrets easily: actually, you'd like to hear this a second time. Maybe preferably with your eyes closed …” Private View - Annemarie Peeters, De Standaard, 16 mei 2015

'Private View' was awarded the FEDORA - Rolf Liebermann Prize for Opera 2014.
Operadagen Rotterdam
Muziektheater Transparant
HATHOR CONSORT & Femke Gyselinck
Annelies Van Parys - Interludes (world premiere)
30 May 2015 - 20:00
Kamermuziekzaal, Concertgebouw Brugge (B)
Flow, my tears, say the lyrics. And flow they did! In its day, Dowland’s lute song - based on his own Lachrimae pavan - was so popular that it was more or less England’s melancholic anthem. Contemporaries and even the composer himself continuously reinterpreted its melody and characteristic bass line. Annelies Van Parys has used this framework for a new creation, which will be seen and heard in Bruges for the first time.

Hathor Consort
John Dowland - Lachrimae or Seven Tears
Annelies Van Parys - Interludes (world premiere)
Femke Gyselinck - Dance & choreography

Introduction by Annemarie Peeters at 19:15
Concertgebouw Brugge
Femke Gyselinck © De Bijloke
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