Koor van de Vlaamse Opera

  • Copyright Vlaamse Opera / Annemie Augustijns

    Koor van de Vlaamse Opera in Nabucco (Seizoen 2012-2013)

  • Copyright Annemie Augustijns

    Koor van de Vlaamse Opera in Semiramide (Seizoen 2010-2011)

  • Copyright Annemie Augustijns

    Koor van de Vlaamse Opera in Don Carlos (Seizoen 2009-2010)

  • Copyright Annemie Augustijns

    Koor van de Vlaamse Opera in Don Carlos (Seizoen 2009-2010)

  • Copyright Annemie Augustijns

    Koor van de Vlaamse Opera in Candide (Seizoen 2009-2010)

  • Copyright Annemie Augustijns

Choir in The Magic Flute

Biography

Recently engaged in

  • 'Klassiek in de Stad' has become a tried and tested formula: previous editions attracted more than 10,000 music lovers. The place-to-be this...
  • Three fugitive criminals found the city of Mahagonny in the desert, which is really a snare and money pit. Goal:...
  • In this unknown pearl by Tchaikovsky, Nastasia, owner of an inn in a Russian city, gets into trouble with the local council. Her inn...
  •  A group of aristocratic tourists travels from all corners of Europe to Reims. They are on their way to Charles X's coronation. However, they...
  •  This opera of Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi describes the turbulent tragedy of Spanish family Calatrava. Daughter Leonora and her beloved Don Alvaro are hunted...
  • Rumours abound when the body of a young woman is found. Suspicions, half truths and guesses determine the search for the perpetrator. The rumours...
  • Le Duc d’Albe takes place at the start of the rebellion against Spanish rule. The Spanish dominate public life in Brussels and...
  • Bizet's heroine is a real femme fatale. Carmen is a predatory female in the purest sense: she flirts with Don José, seduces him and...
  • Antwerp’s outdoor classics festival is now already in its fourth year and continues to grow. The combination of a relaxed festival atmosphere and a...
  • Four world religions come together in this concert that connects perfectly with the season’s theme: Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism and Islam. Each of the four...
  • In the most frequently performed opera in the world we see two opposing realms. That of light and the land, represented by Sarastro, and...
  • Zaccariah, the leader of the Hebrews, and Nabucco, the Babylonian king, are polar opposites, both politically and in religious terms. The first tells his...
  • Verdi composed this mass following the death of Alessandro Manzoni, a true Italian literary icon. Rather than a sublime hymn to life after death,...
  • Candide is a young and naive optimist who sets out in search of his supposedly dead sweetheart Cunegonde. His odyssey to the lost paradise...