This is a seated concert with closed doors. Be on time, because once the doors are closed, you cannot get in!
Briqueville is a five-man band from Steendorp, ‘wrapped in golden masks, smoke curtains and black cloaks’. It does sound like a Suske & Wiske album, doesn’t it?
Berlin-based CTM festival is renowned as a pioneer in contemporary electronica, experiment and sound art.
Last year, Sir Yes Sir and Roselien proved that ‘Guilty Pleasures’ is an unfailing and contagious concept.
It's impossible not to admire the perfectionist attitude of the brothers Meeuwis a.k.a. The Sedan Vault, always taking their time to experiment, discover new sounds and purify their sound.
Festival van Vlaanderen has been active in Leuven for twenty years and TRANSIT celebrates its fifteenth edition. For this festive edition, Spectra ensemble brings together the very best from the composition scene in Flanders.
|20:15 - 21:00||Mon-o-Phone|
|21:15 - ...||Dans Dans|
|20:15 - 21:00||James Blackshaw|
|21:15 - ...||Lubomyr Melnyk|
Brussels band BRNS (pronounced 'Brains') has been around for some time, being tipped by those who know as one of Belgium's most promising bands. Anyone who's seen the band play live know what we're talking about.
|20:00 - 20:30 (STUK Auditorium)||iMac Music / Jonathan Reus|
|20:30 - 21:30||Miles|
|21:30 - 22:30|
Jonathan Reus uses old iMac G3 computers in iMac Music. He creates a sonic and visual experience by touching the electronic innards of the computer both directly and with probes. The image from the desktop of the computer is projected onto a screen.
|11:00 - 0:00||The Rabbeats (dj)|
|0:00 - 1:00||Grey Branches (live)|
|1:00 - 2:30||Shackleton (live)|
|2:30 - 4:00||Kangding Ray (live)|
|20:00 - 20:45||Labozaal||Mittland Och Leo|
|20:45 - 21:15||Soetezaal||Integration.05 /|
Integration.05 is a live performance by Dieter Vandoren that consists of a triangular arrangement of projectors that project light into a mist filled room.
Ground is an audio-visual performance in which graphite drawings are used to direct sound. Graphite as a conductor of electricity. Through its varying resistance, the graphite modulates the pitch, amplitude and timbre of the sound generators that are stoked with charcoal.