Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio

Eighteen musicians from ten countries who speak nine different languages. Together they transform their variegated roots and cultures into one single language, music. This is the Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio (OPV). Taking inspiration from each musician’s background and traditional music,

Cape Town Opera

Africa’s premiere opera company, Cape Town Opera (CTO), has thrilled audiences around the globe for the past decade, from its home soils in Southern Africa to countries including the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Israel, the United States and

Machine de Cirque

Poetic and humorous, the five guys of Machine de Cirque really know how to please. The only problem is they think they are all alone in the world. Their mission is to find others with the use of a strange

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightment

Principal Guest Conductors: Ivan Fischer Vladimir Jurowski Sir Simon Rattle CBE “Never have I heard an orchestra fizz at such speed, energy or accuracy, utterly in period, smiles radiating as they relished each other ‘s playing”. The Independent In 1986


Catherine Russell (born 1956) is a contemporary jazz and blues vocalist. Her father, the late Luis Russell, was Louis Armstrong’s long-time musical director, and her mother, the late Carline Ray, held degrees from both Juilliard and Manhattan School of Music

Semianyki – The Family

The Show Think of the Addams Family meeting Modern Family. “Semianyki: The Family” traces the joys, the craziness, and the survival strategies of a family trapped in its own version of “home sweet home”. Love and Chaos paradoxically intertwine the

Los Vivancos

After receiving a long and complete artistic formation in dance, music and martial arts, and after collaborating with foremost national and international dance companies, Elias, Judah, Josua, Cristo, Israel, Aaron and Josue came together in 2007 to create what has


« In 2009, Hervé Koubi organised an audition in Algeria for the début of a work which has now finished with the creation of Ce que le jour doit à la nuit. As the young boy, an ordinary hero from