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

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AntwerpFlanders Tour - Entartete Musik

Brussels Philharmonic
Mahler, Spoliansky, Schulhoff, Weill, Weber, Eisler, Bloch, Ullmann, Klein, Taube, Strauss
Bart Van Reyn; Vlaams Radiokoor; Estelle Lefort; Koenraad Sterckx; Musicians from the Brussels Philharmonic

AntwerpFlanders Tour - Entartete Musik

Brussels Philharmonic
Mahler, Spoliansky, Schulhoff, Weill, Weber, Eisler, Bloch, Ullmann, Klein, Taube, Strauss
Bart Van Reyn; Vlaams Radiokoor; Estelle Lefort; Koenraad Sterckx; Musicians from the Brussels Philharmonic

AntwerpFauré Requiem: ‘Sky Burial’

Brussels Philharmonic
Mozart, Fauré
Brussels Philharmonic; Andreas Spering; Mat Collishaw; Vlaams Radiokoor

AntwerpOpening Gala with Diana Damrau – Kings and Queens of opera

Donizetti, Verdi, Gounod
Antwerp Symphony Orchestra; Pavel Baleff; Diana Damrau; Nicolas Testé

AntwerpInternational orchestras: London Symphony Orchestra

Adámek, Beethoven
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir Simon Rattle; Magdalena Kožená

AntwerpDvořák with Alban Gerhardt

Poot, Dvořák, Strauss R.
Antwerp Symphony Orchestra; Elim Chan; Alban Gerhardt
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Elder and Elgar: riveting Enigma Variations from Sir Mark in Antwerp

Mezzo-soprano Stephanie d'Oustrac also met the dramatic and musical challenges of Berlioz's Les Nuits d’été.
*****
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Philippe Herreweghe conducts an energetic Mozart Requiem in Antwerp

Despite distancing, the members of Collegium Vocale Gent filled the Queen Elisabeth Hall with an impressively cohesive sound, transparent and powerful at the same time. 
****1
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Dido and Aeneas reworked as performance art

Though ambitious and occasionally arresting, this revised and expanded take on the Purcell classic suffers from subtraction by addition.
**111
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Debussy rebuild fails the House of Usher

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. 

*1111
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Jaap van Zweden welcomed back in Antwerp

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

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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