Edvard Grieg – Peer Gynt, op. 23



Edvard Grieg initially did not think much of Peer Gynt, the social satire disguised as a fairy tale that his friend Hendrik Ibsen had written. And yet he turned the story of the egotistical Peer Gynt, a scamp who leaves a swath of destruction and broken hearts behind him, into a musical blockbuster and audience pleaser.

With: Filip Jordens (Peer Gynt), Jolien De Gendt (Solvjeg), Kelly Poukens (Anitra), Kristien Nijs, Sarah Van Mol & Evi Roelants (3 Saeter Girls), Conor Biggs (Thief), Philippe Souvagie (Receiver)

Text & concept: Brechtje Lauwaard & Tristan Versteven

Illustrations: Gerda Dendooven

in collaboration with Het Banket


Stéphane Denève


Stéphane Denève is the music director of the Brussels Philharmonic. This top French conductor designs his programmes combining 21st century music with the great classics, thereby opening up a dialogue between the repertoire of the past and that of the future.

Filip Jordens, narrator


Brussels Philharmonic


The Brussels Philharmonic was founded in 1935 by the Belgian public broadcaster (NIR/INR) and has always enjoyed an excellent reputation for performing premieres of new works: the orchestra collaborated with world-renowned composers such as Bartók, Stravinsky, Messiaen and Connesson. The historic home port is Flagey (Brussels), in acoustic terms one of the top concert halls in the world.

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