PRoGRaM Program (1) Days Stages (1) Day shiftEvening shift Fri. 16 JulySat. 17 JulySun. 18 July Het VeldDichter onder de BoomHet WeilandDe Bosplek Program Time table Oops, no results for filters. Please try some other filters View full program They Have Waited Long Enough Sat. 17 July 2021 13:45 - 14:45, Het Weiland Sun. 18 July 2021 13:45 - 14:45, Het Weiland When is it our turn?! Three Greek mythological women who have spent way too long in the shadows are given a voice by three composers. Annelies van Parys, Aftab Darvishi and Calliope Tsoupaki shine a new light on Medea, Circe and Penelope respectively, and give them new strength. Gaea Schoeters gave the women touching and liberating words to speak. And stand-up classicist Natalie Haynes introduces you to these characters in a captivating narration. Wonderfeel in co-production with Lunalia, Antwerp Liedfest, Oranjewoud Festival, November Music & Mittelfest They Have Waited Long EnoughDutch premieres of Tsoupaki, Van Parys and Darvishi Charlotte Wajnberg, sopranoRhaphaela Danksagmüller, dudukOsama Abdulrasol, qanunAnnelien Van Wauwe, clarinetNatalie Haynes, classicist and writer CAROUSEL String QuartetSamuel Nemtanu, violinNicolas Dupont, violinMihai Cocea, violaLouis Rodde, cello https://wonderfeel.nl/calliope-tsoupaki-wint-met-thin-air-de-prestigieuze-matthijs-vermeulenprijs/ Een eigen stem voor Medea – Circe – Penelope Picture ©Bettina Zuidmeer Share this page: Het Weiland Friday Ballaké Sissoko – DjourouDichter onder de Boom Sunday Mischa AndriessenDe Bosplek Sunday Maat Saxophone Quartet – Glazoenov, Rivier, Escaich, Wilson, TafreshiHet Veld Friday Wonderfeel Festival Orchestra XS conducted by Johannes Leertouwer What will Wonderfeel look like in 2021? What is the price of a ticket? How many shifts can I order? What about the children's program this year? What do the colors in the timetable mean? What do the different stages entail?