The performance Inquietudine - Restlessness describes the search for identity and one's own voice. During this quest, the musicians wonder how they can present music from the Renaissance and Baroque periods in a meaningful way in the contemporary context. They then research and experiment with various sounds, resulting in a balanced and surprising combination of early music with live electronics.
Starting from a classical and traditional framework, DDC is increasingly evolving towards its own vision and implementation practice. Based on the diverse expertise of the musicians, DDC developed this performance around polyphonic music to texts by Francesco Petrarca (1304 - 1374) and live electronics.
Inquietudine begins with a calm atmosphere. As the performance progresses, the unrest increases. This restlessness is reflected in complex musical lines, refined counterpoint, word paintings and subtle to sometimes rough electronics developed by Lieve De Sadeleer.
Live electronics performance by Lucas Lebrun.