In residence: Myriam Van Imschoot

Artists Myriam Van Imschoot is in residence at C-TAKT to work on no fewer than 2 projects.

In the staged performance JUBEL, 16 performers with Els Mondelaers present their own version of polyphony, a term that is not usually used in Arabic music. Schapengemekker is one of the lines of inspiration that lead to circling sound choreographies and the spatial lines of herds.

HAMEL will be an evening-filling musical theater performance for the main hall. Expect a contemporary version of the legend about the flautist who rids a city of a plague of rats. When his reward is not forthcoming, a plague can no longer be avoided. In Arabic, ‘hamel’ means, among other things, ‘I want…’ and ‘neglect’.