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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Antwerp, Belgium

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Debussy rebuild fails the House of Usher

Alexandra Büchel (Madeline) © Annemie Augustijns

The question isn’t if Van Parys and Schoeters did right by Poe so much as if they did right by Debussy. Poe will prevail. Debussy’s opera remains unfinished. 

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Jaap van Zweden welcomed back in Antwerp

Jaap van Zweden conducts the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra © Vincent Callot
The Dutch conductor returns to his old orchestra for a concert stream of Beethoven, with Nicholas Angelich, and Tchaikovsky. 
****1
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Memento Mori: a paradigm shift in filming dance

Memento Mori © Filip Van Roe
Dance of a truly gripping and magical quality as Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s compellingly beautiful work is translated for the screen. 
*****
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All-Russian Sunday matinee double bill from Elim Chan in Antwerp

Lukáš Vondráček © Irene Kim

Interrupted melody in Vondráček’s Rachmaninov's Third Piano Concerto, but magnificent playing from Chan and the Antwerp Symphony.

***11
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Magnificent Beethoven tribute from Chailly in Antwerp

Riccardo Chailly conducts the Filarmonica della Scala © Ronald Knapp
"Beethoven 250" starts in grand form with thrilling performances of Egmont and Symphonies 5 and 8 in Antwerp.
*****
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Alexandre Kantorow wows with the Mariinsky Orchestra in Antwerp

Alexandre Kantorow © Jean-Baptiste Millot
Think of a poet irresistibly teasing your senses by his creative use of rhythm, his unpredictable style of speech and his unfailing imagination.
****1
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