Gabe Coffey
Sound

BOEM BOEM! A SONIC JOURNEY THROUGH STUK

A sonic journey through STUK smashing the boundaries between music, performance and sound art

STUK kicks off the season with a bang. Boem Boem is a musical journey through STUK that shows the many faces of our sound programme. Expect a 3-hour whirlwind with flashy floor shows, multidisciplinary performances and immersive sound installations, two of which will have their Belgian premiere. In 100 Keyboars, Japanese experimentalist Asuna plays 100 toy keyboards, and the installation Boem BOem by The Hague’s Philip Vermeulen, a monumental drum machine that offers a physical experience of the power of rhythm. But there’s more, like interventions by master performers Liesa Van der Aa, Joris Van de Moortel (in, on top of and around a smoking Audi 80) and David Helbich (DE), who will turn the audience into the performers. We go from evening into night with explosive shows by jazz-punk phenomenon NAH (US), Brussels-based urban talent Esinam and the trashy electro of Onmens aka “Belgium’s most explicit electronic music group”. Your guide for the evening is podcaster and Studio Brussels host Rik De Bruycker.

If you want to follow the entire sound journey, please come to STUK Courtyard on time (19:45).
You are of course free to join in at a later stage.

Performances by:

David Helbich
Asuna - 100 Keyboards
Joris Van de Moortel - Smoke on Tour
Philip Vermeulen - Physical Rhythm Machine / Boem BOem
Liesa Van der Aa
Esinam
NAH
Onmens


Hosted by Rik De Bruycker (Studio Brussel)

Thu 27 Sep 20:00 - 11:30 PM

Locatie

STUK Binnenplein

Prijs

FREE

Bijkomende info

If you want to follow the entire sound journey, please come to STUK Courtyard on time (19:45).
You are of course free to join in at a later stage.