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150 years ago, on 26 March 1871, the Harmonie Municipale d'Esch, the oldest musical society in the south of Luxembourg, was founded ...
Three white men in their fifties and straight, conscious of their status as 'dominant' but determined to explore their privileges, have met groups of 'dominated' individuals. And the upshot is a show with a spicy debate!
A concert showing off the talents of the HMEsch & Orchestre des Jeunes! The Harmonie Municipale is delighted to present a concert promising lots of wonderful things, performed by its youth orchestra and featuring well-known pieces from a modern and classical repertoire.
Renowned choreographer Thierry Malandain celebrates Beethoven's love of nature with – amazingly - twenty-two dancers on stage. Beethoven 6 draws on the powerful and suggestive music of the famous German composer. The touching extract from Mozart à 2 completes the evening.
A dancer takes the audience on a journey to discover all the senses. On a playfully designed stage, she feels the materiality of the objects around her, brings them to life and handles them delicately.
In connection with the show tock tock, choreographer Annick Pütz is giving a workshop for parents and children during which they are given playful guidance on how to start moving purposefully, engaging with rhythm and dance.
The gates have accidentally closed and ten museum attendants are locked in the art exhibition for the night. But that's not all: the shadows of Goya's bleak paintings, which they watch over during the day, swallow them up.
The Almavivas arrive in Paris. Bégearss, the family friend, manoeuvres to conquer Flora, the daughter, and with her the whole inheritance. But Figaro and Suzanne keep watch... Daring and humour set the tone for this explosive version of Beaumarchais' play!
Four people wake up in an unknown place completely covered in clothes. In this new environment the dancers move with humour and inventiveness, empathically inviting their audience to delve into this new world.
New York 4 December 1975, Hannah Arendt is working on her book The Life of the Mind. A little girl suddenly appears in her room and introduces herself as "a Hannah too". She wants to know from the old Hannah what she is doing there. Is she thinking up words?
A tribute to the Luxembourgish author Pir Kremer: with his texts, songs and poems from the Stamminee and the Revue, part of the history of Luxembourg's popular entertainment is unearthed, analysed and made understandable from today's point of view.
With their hilarious choreography, the Ben Aïm brothers take a fresh look at the absurdity of our everyday life. Could it be that it is precisely this lightness of humour that enables us to see our reality with new powers of imagination?
After almost 250 years, Goethe's work has lost none of its relevance. Brit Bartkowiak brings the material from a distant past into the present: the search for a self-determined life, away from conventions and constraints, is more topical than ever.
Yolande Moreau, actor, the famous temperamental member of the Les Deschiens family, and Christian Olivier, musician of the Têtes Raides, add their pinch of salt to Prévert's poems. She recites them, he sings them, and the encounter, with its irresistible humour, makes us rediscover them.
20 Joer Makadammen! Wow! Dat muss gefeiert ginn! Mir maachen ee Konveniat an do luede mir all eis “Avataren” vun deene leschte Joren an, a loossen en etlech flott Momenter Revue passéieren.
Based on unpublished testimonies, this poignant show explores the daily life of French, Belgian, German and Luxembourg women who cross the borders of the Grand Duchy day after day. The border reality is revealed to us in all its human density.
Bartok and Pipp have only one wish: to finally start their fitness workout. But they keep getting interrupted by the weird noises coming from the other side of the neighbouring wall. They listen carefully. The weird noises are music, captivating music!
Conductor Gast Waltzing starts the year with a musical trip around the world. The energy of electric banjo queen Morgane Ji meets the instrumentalists of the Orchestre National de Jazz.
To find her place in the trendy world of selfies and likes, Dorante lies and invents a life for herself... Fluorescent trainers, strobes and a flash set: Julia Vidit and her multicultural troupe bring Corneille's baroque comedy up to date and offer a delightful immersion into appearances.
Once upon a time, there was a deep forest, in a country that could be a region of Poland, Russia, why not Lorraine. It doesn't matter. Every day, a train goes mechanically through the thickness of the great wood. You can quickly guess its destination...
A tragicomedy about the end of an era - a time when a clown could be sure that the audience would laugh benignly at his antics. Leandre Ribera and the company La Tal honour the tradition of the red noses and simultaneously breathe new life into this much-loved art form.
You cannot put a label on Jonas and Esther Slanzi. In this parable of life and love, the two artists combine speed, airiness, acrobatics, tricks and theatre, and amaze their audience.
Yoann Bourgeois returns to the Escher Theater with a brand- new acrobatic show. Following on from his attempt to defeat gravity, his amazing choreography and his display of juggling skills, this time he will mesmerize the audience as a breath-taking trapezist, flying fakir, magic dervish and bird-like singer.
The performance has been canceled.
Actor Pierre Richard unveils the fabulous world of Monsieur X - a world of silence, but characterised on that account by expressive body language à la Chaplin.
Following the success of its first edition in 2018, queer arts will be once again centre stage. On three days, artists from Luxembourg and abroad will queer your understandings of bodies, sexuality and desire.
A classic, exciting and contemporary story of two people in love and all the madness that happens inside, outside, around, before, in between and in the course of it.
The Via Verde company takes the spectators on a journey through a universe of geometric forms, notably the circle. Join them on a voyage of poetic discovery for the senses: music and dance, puppets and shapes, space and light.
And what if the circle suddenly revealed its subtle and poetic secrets? Around the show Plein Soleil, the Via Verde Company proposes a creative workshop for parent-child pairs.
The Ensemble à Plectre Municipal requests the pleasure of your company at a concert showcasing the compositions of young artists who fearlessly stretch the limits of the guitar and mandolin.
The famous cheesemonger in Les Deschiens awarded the Molière du Comédien 2019, François Morel takes Raymond Devos’ words and adds his touch of madness to the humour of that great clown with a bow-tie, a rare artist and a pastmaster at rethinking the world.
A man - wearing a suit, a hat, holding a cane - is locked in a white room. He tries to escape again and again. The result is a hilarious mixture of Mr. Bean-like pantomime, slapstick and magic tricks.
Nothing is as it was any more. We are no longer the same people we used to be. We will see this very clearly when at last everyone drops their mask. The question is now more than justified. Are we still to be saved?
Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, Harold Pinter composed a scenario which is as funny as it is chilling: an insidious encounter in camera between three men under attack by life, played, among others, by an actor of renown, Rufus.
In cahoots with British performer Lewys Holt, the choreographer Simone Mousset revisits her 2017 piece BAL, an epic work in progress about nation branding and the creation of national mythologies.
A brilliantly performed musical suite by Stravinsky followed by an electrifying theatrical performance by actor Luc Schiltz are on the programme for this evening, a true immersion in the inter-war period.
An immersive and ambulatory staging behind the scenes of the Escher Theater, which is direct and uncompromising and gets as close as possible to the intimacy of the universe of the retired and the handicapped so as to encompass all of its humanity.
Hip hop? An art born in the streets, which has now won its spurs. Get initiated to this dance with Nabil Ouelhadj, performer of the show The Roots.
This moving story explains the topic of homelessness, which is difficult for a young audience to grasp, and shows that sometimes less is needed to live and be happy than one might think.
Eleven dancers brilliantly bend their bodies to different beats. Choreographer Kader Attou goes back to the roots of the former street culture to celebrate the genre. A poetic and explosive mixture.
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