Richard Wagner: Tristan und Isolde, Prelude WWV 90 (1857)
Rebecca Saunders: Still – choreographic Version (2011/16) for Violin, Orchestra and Dancers
Alban Berg: Lulu-Suite. Symphonic Pieces from the Opera Lulu for coloratura Soprano and Orchestra (1934)
UN/RUHE is the new cross-genre project, in which the Young German Philharmonic with violinist Carolin Widmann and dancers from Sasha Waltz & Guests in musical and performative counterpoints arrange: The core of this choreographic concert is the Violin Concerto Still by Rebecca Saunders, framed by Richard Wagner’s Prelude to Tristan and Isolde and the Lulu Suite by Alban Berg.
Rebecca Sounders Violin Concerto, premiered in 2014 by Carolin Widmann, has musically expanded for this project, thus creating the basis for the congenial choreographic implementation.
Ana Durlovski (Soprano)
Carolin Widmann (Violin)
Rebecca Saunders (Composition/Concept)
Jochen Sandig (Scenic Arrangement/Concept)
Antonio Ruz (Choreography)
Rosabel Huguet (Repetition)
Jörg Bittner (Light)
Sasha Waltz & Guests
Junge Deutsche Philharmonie
Sylvain Cambreling (Musical Direction/Conductor)
A Production of the Junge Deutschen Philharmonie in Coproduction with Sasha Waltz & Guests, the Internationalen Ferienkursen für Neue Musik Darmstadt, the Kunstfest Weimar and the Radialsystem V Berlin.
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photos: (c) danielpufe.com
Three days in a row the choreographers Marcela Giesche, Rosabel Huguet, Ivo Serra, Sebastian Lingserius and Ellinor Ljungkvist will come together to present two solos and two duets.
Each piece is 20 minutes long and will be followed by an enjoyable mingle afterwards, where one has the opportunity to speak with the choreographers about their work.
The project is initiated by Ellinor Ljungkvist in collaboration with DOCK 11 and engaged choreographers.
Performances at DOCK 11
01st 02nd & 03rd of July 2016, at 19.00h
DOCK 11, Kastanienallee 79, 10435 Berlin
Tickets: 15.- € / 10.- € with reduction.
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SHUFFLE is a piece based on improvisation, in which Marcela and Rosabel together research and challenge one another by finding new ways to connect and move through different performative states. They are inspired for example, by the phenomenon of shifting internal musical landscapes that people experience when listening to an mp3 player.
Concept | research | performance: Marcela Giesche, Rosabel Huguet
Photography: Roger Rossel
UNTITLED SERIES: n* 1.
UNTITLED SERIES: n* 1. is the first solo in a series of solos, in which Ivo is interested in unfolding his own process of making. Ivo will focus on how the maker researches and producing images, states, sounds and potential scores in order to create a landscape of co-existing elements, all generated from the performer himself.
Concept | performance: Ivo Serra
MOVE LIKE YOU HAVE A PURPOSE
MOVE LIKE YOU HAVE A PURPOSE is a solo that Ellinor has created inspired by the conception of abstractness. Similar to abstract painting, in dance, an abstract element /movement can only be understood by its own inner-logic. It is an element that in-and-of itself expresses an inner sense that is only known by the performer individually.
Concept | choreography | performance: Ellinor Ljungkvist
Photography: Anna Ljungkvist
Concept | choreographer: Sebastian Lingserius
Performance | choreography: Love Källman and Sebastian Lingserius
Music: Franz Edvard Cedrins
Photography Nadja Voorham
Solo Dance Performance by Minako Seki
Premiere at Mercat de les Flors Theater, Barcelona
invitation to the Festival CIUTAT FLAMENCO / FLA.CO.MEN
Curated by: Israel Galván, Pedro G. Romero and Patricia Caballero
About the Festival
It is not difficult to convene, that Israel Galván is not only an advanced flamenco dancer, his way of doing has become a means, a unique form of understanding flamenco. It’s no wonder that around him are appearing modern and ancient, flamenco and contemporary artists, who have been strang in the eye of Galvan’s needle. At the same time, a galaxy and a carpet. This rag has been shaped as a singular path. The floor is woven forming his own warp: old wool pieces drawn the artists that are accompanying Galvan in Fla.Co.Men and the latest silks, Patricia Caballero or El Niño de Elche, are new threads, which the dancer is tangling and intertwining. Let’s take a look to the smooth and striated textures. Israel Galván is a tapestry.
Pedro G. Romero
About Equilibrio Arcaico
Wind and falling stones are condensing a posture of deep listening during the Prelude of Equilibrio Arcaico.
Minako Seki, invokes the tension, equilibrium and the resonance involved on the gestures, cutting through the knowledge of the fragile line between the conscious and the unconscious. She creates a dance for a suspended state, embracing the heights and the depths of the human experience.
What have in common the complex network of our nervous system, the strings of a guitar and a spiderweb?
They weave, entwine and connect, they all vibrate and create reverberation, breakable and delicate they celebrate complicity. They are also the core images in which Minako Seki dives to connect tradition and contemporaneity, she mixes the similarities and differences between Spain and Japan: friendship, histories, sorrows and prays, ghosts, dreams, weakness, contradictions, hands and dedication; yesterday, today and tomorrow.
A Japanese folk song por Bulerías.
“Y estás: en el vacío
y en la ausencia presente,
en la que es y vive
sin dejar de ser única
con raíces eternas.
No hay mundo que la llene
pero sí algo vivo
que la besa y la calma.”
Ernestina de Champourcín
Spanish poetess of the “Generación del 27″
Concept / Minako Seki, Israel Galván, Patricia Caballero
Choreography & Dance / Minako Seki
Assistant Director & Dramaturgy / Rosabel Huguet
Music Composition / Tom Auffahrt
Costume Design / Mido Kawamura
Light Design / Nils Willers
Super vision / Bernhard Vierling
The Ciutat Flamenco Festival takes place from 18 to 22 of May, 2016
Equilibrio Arcaico will have PREMIERE on the 19th of May at 20:30h
at: MERCAT DE LES FLORS Theater
C. Lleida, 59. 08004 Barcelona
Tel. 93 426 18 75
See entire Programm: here
What a great adventure is about to begin… Three inspiring and vibrating city’s
BERLIN – AMSTERDAM – BUDAPEST
Will host the Open Studio improvisation practice with the wish of revitalize the dialog and encounters between a very diverse community of artists.
Since one year already happening in Berlin and during March 2016 the first editions in Amsterdam and Budapest will be launched!
Keep you posted about dates and generated material at the online ARCHIVE!