Steven Prengels is a composer. He completed his Master's degree in composition at the Amsterdam Conservatory with Wim Henderickx in 2009. He also studied at the University of Leuven and the Lemmens Conservatory.

In addition to composing, arranging and developing soundscapes, he is involved in visual art.  His works have already been performed by bass-baritone Dietrich Henschel, the Chamber Orchestra of Belgium, the Brussels Philharmonic, deFilharmonie, SPECTRA, the Flemish Symphony Orchestra and the Nieuw Ensemble Amsterdam.

In the field of theatre and dance, he is often active as a musical director and composer, his best-known work being Gardenia (2010) and C(H)ŒURS (2012). In 2014, he developed Tauberbach together with Alain Platel as musical director and composer. In 2015 he developed Accattone for the Ruhrtriennale with artistic director Johan Simons and conductor Philippe Herreweghe. In the same year, together with Alain Platel and Frank Van Laecke, he produced En Avant, Marche!

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