Category Archives: projects

Internship at Dimitris Papaioannou / Tanztheater Wuppertal

Quite honoured and rather excited, I am following as an intern the trip of Dimitris Papaioannou‘s new creation at Tanztheater Wuppertal, Pina Bausch‘s legendary company. The piece will be premiered in May 2018 and will have a world tour throughout

Internship at Dimitris Papaioannou / Tanztheater Wuppertal

Quite honoured and rather excited, I am following as an intern the trip of Dimitris Papaioannou‘s new creation at Tanztheater Wuppertal, Pina Bausch‘s legendary company. The piece will be premiered in May 2018 and will have a world tour throughout

The Moon Is Electric

I started working on the idea of this small-scale project in January 2015, with my first visit to Bern to interview Richard Haynes, one of the project’s clarinet players. Interviews with Bas Wiegers, Nora Mulder, Koen Kaptijn, Miriam Overlach and

The Moon Is Electric

I started working on the idea of this small-scale project in January 2015, with my first visit to Bern to interview Richard Haynes, one of the project’s clarinet players. Interviews with Bas Wiegers, Nora Mulder, Koen Kaptijn, Miriam Overlach and

THIEVES

THIEVES is a music theatre performance about the sound of stories; of things that got stolen, things we wouldn’t like to get stolen, things we would like to steal. Next to personal stories by the ensemble and the audience, there

THIEVES

THIEVES is a music theatre performance about the sound of stories; of things that got stolen, things we wouldn’t like to get stolen, things we would like to steal. Next to personal stories by the ensemble and the audience, there

I/Orgel

I/Orgel is an I/O project that was developed in the Orgelpark throughout the season 2015/16. Kaja Draksler, George Dumitriu, Roelof Pothuis and myself were researching and exploring everything around the organ, together with experts of that instrument and the audience. I/O designed a series

I/Orgel

I/Orgel is an I/O project that was developed in the Orgelpark throughout the season 2015/16. Kaja Draksler, George Dumitriu, Roelof Pothuis and myself were researching and exploring everything around the organ, together with experts of that instrument and the audience. I/O designed a series

The Meal

Food as an experience. The feast as a process and a spectacle. Two men at a table and a pot boiling. Their speech fragmental and orchestrated into duets. From the simple conversation and agreement / disagreement to singing In recent years,

The Meal

Food as an experience. The feast as a process and a spectacle. Two men at a table and a pot boiling. Their speech fragmental and orchestrated into duets. From the simple conversation and agreement / disagreement to singing In recent years,

Lovyrinths | I/O + Ensemble Genesis

In 2014 I/O and Ensemble Genesis collaborated to create the music-theatre production Lovyrinths, presented in the fascinating hall of the Orgelpark. This performance brought together on the stage jazz, baroque and classical musicians, in a piece about love that is not idealized;

Lovyrinths | I/O + Ensemble Genesis

In 2014 I/O and Ensemble Genesis collaborated to create the music-theatre production Lovyrinths, presented in the fascinating hall of the Orgelpark. This performance brought together on the stage jazz, baroque and classical musicians, in a piece about love that is not idealized;

Leftovers | 7090

The project Leftovers is a creative collaboration pairing 7090 with three composers from Canada and four from the Netherlands in an innovative fashion. The seven participating composers were invited to share their “leftovers” – composition scraps that have been discarded or unused

Leftovers | 7090

The project Leftovers is a creative collaboration pairing 7090 with three composers from Canada and four from the Netherlands in an innovative fashion. The seven participating composers were invited to share their “leftovers” – composition scraps that have been discarded or unused