‘The Volcanos’ (work in progress)

Why did Van Gogh paint the “Sunflowers”?

“I am hearing the earth…there is always an interaction between the earth and heaven. It is as if heaven is reaching down..”

“The Volcanos” a Philosophical Performance about life potential, displacement, deconstruction, urgency…
(work in progress – stay tuned)

An AstaroTheatro and Alli Mana ǀ Poetry Performance and Theatre with
Vasiliki Koutrouli, Arif Murat Gür, Silvia Terribili, Roberto Bacchilega

She Owl at AstaroTheatro

She Owl at AstaroTheatro
Thursday 23 November, 20:30
She Owl

It’s getting harder and harder to lock She Owl in a specific genre-cage. Up till now the duo has been experimenting with dream folk in their first full-length ‘She Owl’ (2013), then with psychedelic tribal anthems in the following record ‘Animal Eye’ (2015).
Described as “an emotional journey on David Lynch’s Lost Highway, with Bat for Lashes and P.J. Harvey on the front seats”, She Owl’s “Drifters Ep” gathers powerful soundscapes and haunting ballads with a dream-pop texture, sealed and delivered by Bay Area producer George S. Rosenthal.
The EP is a soundtrack for Jolanda’s surreal dream about war and deliverance. The music of She Owl gets more majestic and punchy at once, pouring out the duo’s nomadic soul, with adventurous vocals and instrumental harmonizations. The lyrics are a definitive statement about the times we’re in: if “the war within is the war outside”, we can face our fears and joys, and we can stop pretending we are not responsible.
Entrance € 5

Madhav Agarwal at AstaroTheatro

Madhav Agarwal at AstaroTheatro
Saturday 18 November, 20:30
Madhav Agarwal is a musician and producer from close to Delhi, India currently based in Den Haag, Netherlands. Trained in Hindustani (North Indian) Classical, Sufi, Jazz and Western Contemporary Experimental music, the music he makes is an amalgamation of the music cultures of the East and the West, the avant garde and the traditional. 

Keeping soul and raw energy as the common denominators, Madhav uses traditional Indian instruments (harmonium, voice, tanpura, tabla, bansuri, sitar) to create visceral sounds that belong to no time or era yet are accessible to anyone who is seeking new experience and sensation.
Entrance by Donation