About Cor van den Brink

Cor van den Brink is a Dutch Lighting Designer for opera, dance, theater, urban spaces and site-specific works.  Cor was introduced to the theater at a very young age and since has had the extraordinary opportunity to work with many wonderful artists and in countless venues of all types in many countries. He worked closely with directors and lighting designers like: Pierre Audi, Christofer Loy, Robert Carsen, Jean Kalmann, Urs Schonebaum, Bernd Purkrabek and many others. He created and recreated several lighting designs including: Dialogue the Carmelites at the Royal Opera House(ROH) with Robert Carsen, Tamerlano (Bayerische Staatsoper) and La Bohème (Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, Valencia) with Pierre Audi, Rigoletto at The Licieu Theatre in Barcelona with Monique Wagemakers. Recent credits include the revival of Die Walkure at NO&B  with Pierre Audi, Rouw with with Marcel Sijm at the Brainwash Festival in Amsterdam. At the Cobra museum Amstelveen (NL) he designed the lights for the exhibition: “Karel Appel: the Opera”.