ILV Antwerp - Spring 2010

ILV Antwerp - Spring 2010

6 - 14 March

After successful editions in amongst other Marseille, Melbourne, Berlin and Buenos Aires, the Institute for Living Voice returns after 7 years to Antwerp. At the invitation of deSingel Arts Center and the Royal Music Conservatory of Antwerp, ILV #13 will be presented there from 6 to 14 March 2010 during the Ars Musica in deSingel

For this 13th session, Institute for Living Voice has invited master singers Ida Kelarova, John Norris, Michael Lentz, Mola Sylla and Jocelyn B. Smith.

Don’t miss this unique event!  Please subscibe as soon as possible for the workshops.
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Besides the concerts, workshops and discussions that the ILV presents, the program will also include all the Ars Musica concerts. The concert of Lentz will be presented in the framework of Time Canvas, a production of Champ d'Action in collaboration with M HKA. All the concerts are free for participants of the ILV workshops.

Additionally, ILV presents the premiere of Insect: a unique and intensive self-willed vocal educational experiment, created and led by masterpercussionist/alchemical producer Eric Thielemans with guestworkshops by Björn Schmelzer and Geert Callewaert...

ILV/Antwerpen also hosts the seconde phase of the Century Songs project: Eight up-and-coming vocalists from around Europe gather here to sing, work, rehearse  and create a new music-theater performance led by composer Joachim Brackx, vocalist David Moss and director Wouter Van Looy.  The Century Songs project will give its premiere performance as part of Rotterdam Opera Days in June 2010.

Institute for Living Voice - Session 13 is a project of Muziektheater Transparant and David Moss in collaboration with deSingel and The Royal Conservatory of Antwerp.

Insect is a project of Muziektheater Transparant, deSingel and Oorwerk

Century Songs is a project of Muziektheater Transparant,  Operdagen Rotterdam, Lantaren Venster and Neuköllner Oper, Berlin.