Openingstijden entresol / Opening times mezzanine:
Wegens evenementen is de entresol soms dicht voor het algemene publiek.
Because of events on the mezzanine the upsatirs is sometimes closed for the general pubIic.The dates/times in the near future are as follows. ‘Open to all’ means you can sometimes still sit upstairs during the event, depending on how busy it is. Voor de komende tijd is dat/for the next period this will be:
Sunday 09/07 – The mezzanine is closed till 13:30 for “Haydn op zondag”
Thursday 13/07 – The mezzanine is closed from 18:00 on for “HJS solo’s” (dance performance)
Thursday 20/07 – The mezzanine is closed from 18:00 on for “HJS Summer Intensive dance performance”
Thursday 27/07 – The mezzanine is closed from 18:00 on for “HJS Summer Intensive dance performance”
De begane grond blijft voor iedereen altijd open!
The ground floor is always open for everyone!
Een optreden van de Argentijnse band Dos Cabezas Gira Rodante.
Guillermo en Rodolfo Easdale zijn neven.
In 2016 dezen ze hun eerste Europese tour met 17 shows in 6 landen. Deze zomer treden ze voor het eerst ook in Nederland op.
Dos Cabezas Gira Rodante startte in 2009 en heeft in eigen land inmiddels ook TV-optredens verzorgd. De band is tevens bekend geworden vanwege hun song en bijhorende clip ‘La Renoleta’ over de fameuze Renault 4. Ook zijn er inmiddels er 2 CD’s uitgebracht.
Dos Cabezas Gira Rodante spelen traditionele latin songs en internationale classic songs.
Kaarten aan de deur: normaal € 10,- / studenten, CJP & Stadspas € 8,-.
Tijdens de dansvoorstelling van de HJS Summer Intensive zijn er verschillende solo’s en duetten te zien van internationale dans deelnemers van de Amsterdam Summer Intensive program.
De Amsterdam Summer Intensive wordt georganiseerd door de Henny Jurriëns Stichting en trekt jaarlijks honderden dansers van zo’n 35 landen. Op deze avond kunnen de deelnemers van de workshops hun eigen werk presenteren.
Wat betekent het eigenlijk om operazanger te zijn? Wat vraagt dat van een zanger en hoe train je dat? Tijdens ’Achter de coulissen’ krijgt het publiek inzage in het werkproces, en kan het vragen stellen. Zangers laten voorbeelden zien en horen en de docenten lichten toe hoe je kunt werken.
De Performing Opera Summer School is een intensief workshop programma dat plaatsvindt tijdens het Grachtenfestival, georganiseerd door drie docenten en een repetitor, die allemaal hun eigen insteek hebben.
Voor dit tipje van de sluier ga je naar het sfeervolle entresol van Café Belcampo in De Hallen.
De toegang is gratis!
During the performance night “(No) Choice” several short dance theatre pieces will be shown. A central theme of these performances is ‘choice’. Do we always have a choice, and if so, what we do with the ability to choose. Can we choose to become a place of care and solitude amidst a multiplicity of dualities? Can we choice to escape of face it, or is the choice made for us?
Admission: € 10,-
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Two separate pieces will be shown on this evening:
“Muscari Armeniacum 2.0”
Muscari Armeniacum (grape hyacinth/blauw druifje) is a painterly symbol of tenderness, caring love and solitude. The initial choreographic idea was inspired by Damian Kapojos’ sculptures. The multiplicity of dualities in Kapojos work, made choreographer van Houten think of Jeroen Bosch ‘Garden of Earthly Delights’. While exploring both works in relation to each other she questioned what the place for ‘muscari armeniacum’ could be amidst the battle between the sexes, unity and disparity, good and evil. The first work performed under the name of Muscari Armeniacum during Art Rotterdam 2017 shows both the dualities, struggle, contrast as well as their hope for ‘tenderness, caring love and solitude’.
During continued artistic research the artists involved focused on relating the concept Muscari Armeniacum to Amsterdam as a city space. If we imagine Amsterdam as a Garden of Earthly Delight what are the different scenarios in terms of struggle/contrast as well as the potential of ‘tenderness, caring love and solitude’.
Produced by HKNLversations
Dr. Marloes van Houten (1982) is a dancer, choreographer and the artistic director of HKNLversations. She loves to cross-pollinate and has a background in dance/theatre, visual arts (Willem de Kooning Academie) and cultural geography. Van Houten performed globally. The last few years she worked in Asia, where she did her PHD and created several dance theatre performances. In 2017 so far she worked as an actress/dancer/aerialist with the Dutch Nationale Ballet & Opera, and Vivo Ballet in Rome, Italy.
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Dancer Joe Mulier (1981) was born in Surinam, South America. His journey with movement began with an interest in acrobatics, which slowly developed into a love for dance. He has studied Dance and Dentistry in Amsterdam. At the moment he combines his primary work as a dentist with the creative fields of dance and art, participating in dance projects throughout the Netherlands and making dance related statues he names ‘Dansjoey Pocketart’. See http://dansjoey.wixsite.com/pocketart
In this story, there is a choice to be made: escape it or face it. Is it me that is still stubborn? Or is it the choice?
Produced by MW- dance
Choreography and Dance: Tracy Wong and Mao Wei
Mao Wei, born in China. A full scholarship student and graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. He has worked with many artists from around the world, also with them to join different Arts Festival to get a lot experience. After school he being an independent artist focuses on body research and choreographs.
In last 3 year he choreographed ‘Tringer’,’Tringer2.0′,’Dream death’, for Four Degrees Dance Laboratory. And his own work ‘Thorny Road’, ‘Shelf Life’ and ‘Pardon’, ‘Mapping’. His work was being invited to different Arts Festival as well: “Wiz World Dance Festival “in Seoul, “Macau Modern Dance festival”, “RAM Dance Festival” in Hong Kong, Taipei, and Japan , “The 43rd Hong Kong arts festival”, “The 44th Hong Kong arts festival”. He specializes in the use of images to create an atmosphere and feelings to give people direct visual impact and their own imagination.
Tracy Wong, born in Macau and graduated from Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (First-class Honor) in 2013. Wong awarded The Margaret Zee Outstanding Performer Award, Dean of Dance Prize and Faculty Scholarship of Contemporary Dance, also with Macao scholarship. She worked with many world-renowned artistes and companies. She was invited to France to work a long- term exchange program with Emmanuelle Vo-Dinh. Toured with Van Huynh Company in the 7th Busan International Dance Festival and The M1 Singapore Fringe Festival: Art&Faith in 2011. She has also performed in Spain, Vienna, Japan and Malaysia etc. She is now an independent artist. Her recent work and was invited to perform in Korea Wiz World Dance Festival, The 1st Macao Modern Dance Festival and The 43rd Hong Kong Art Festival. In 2016, she was invited again to present her new work by the 44th Hong Kong Art Festival.