13th of October 2017 at 19h30

photo Claude Dussez

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Synergia multimedia performance

Irina-Kalina Goudeva (Bulgaria/Switzerland/Denmark), voice & double bass
George Vassilev (Bulgaria/Switzerland), guitars

David Hildebrandt (Denmark), percussions


Menada by Julia Tsenova (Bulgaria)
Introduction of Menada for a dancing singer (Wireless & wingfull) by Wayne Siegel (USA/Denmark) for voice & double bass

Arild Trio by Ejnar Kanding (Denmark) for double bass, guitar, percussions & electronics
Bulgarian premiere

La huinda de los amantes por el valle de los ecos
by Leo Brouwer (Cuba) for guitar

Recomenzar El Infinito by Ejnar Kanding (Denmark) for voice, double bass, guitar, percussions & electronics text Pablo Neruda (Chile)
World premiere

Suite Resonances by Ejnar Kanding (Denmark) for solo guitar, double bass, percussions & electronics
Bulgarian premiere

The Other Side Of The Landscape by Bo Jæger (Denmark) for voice, guitar, percussions & electronics text Morten Søndergaard (Denmark)
Bulgarian premiere


13th of October 2017 at 21h00

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Opera “The Dark”

Bulgarian premiere 

Albena Petrovic Vratchanska (Luxembourg/Bulgaria), music & text
Donatienne Michel-Dansac (France), soprano
Ensemble “United instruments of Lucilin” (Luxembourg)
André Pons -Valdès, violin
Danielle Hennicot, viola Ingrid Schoenlaub, violoncello
Sophie Deshayes, flute
Olivier Sliepen, saxophone
Pascal Meyer, piano
Guy Frisch, percussions

The story of Eurydice and Orpheus is the most famous love story of Greek mythology, symbol of a sacrificed love which grows in a spirit of wisdom. Eurydice and Orpheus were young and in love. So deep was their love that they were practically inseparable. So dependent was their love that each felt they could not live without the other. One day Eurdice was gaily running through a meadow with Orpheus when she was bitten by a serpent. The poison of the sting killed her and she descended to Hades immediately.

Orpheus was son of the great Olympian god Apollo. In many ways Apollo was the god of music and Orpheus was blessed with great musical talents. His music was magical. When he played the lyre, as his father had taught him, his songs could cast spells and soothe savage beasts. Orpheus was so sad about the loss of his love that he composed music to express the terrible emptiness which pervaded his every breath and movement. He was so desperate and found so little else meaningful, that he decided to address Hades. As the overseer of the underworld, Hades heart had to be hard as steel, and so it was. Many approached Hades to beg for loved ones back and as many times were refused. But Orpheus’ music was so sweet and so moving that it softened the steel hearted heart of Hades himself.

Hades gave permission to Orpheus to bring Eurydice back to the surface of the earth to enjoy the light of day. There was only one condition — Orpheus was not to look back as he ascended. He was to trust that Eurydice was immediately behind him. It was a long way back up and just as Orpheus had almost finished that last part of the trek, he looked behind him to make sure Eurydice was still with him. At that very moment, she was snatched back because he did not trust that she was there.