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Thu. Jun. 10
Two solos, two solitary beings that do not meet but co-exist in the same space and time. With Tordre, Rachid Ouramdane captures the invisible, the daily intimate gestures that reveals so much of who we are and how we interact. He approaches the two dancers' presence without interfering, without wishing to unlock their relationship or produce admiration. Tordre offers a fascinating diptych of women searching for peace. Dancers Lora Juodkaite and Annie Hanauer perform this dance at the Festival Dansem, France in 2016.
Sun. Jun. 13
La Dame aux Camelias
John Neumeier's classical ballet is based on the novel of the same name by Alexandre Dumas. Its narrative takes place following the death of Marguerite Gautier, the famed woman of Camélias, inspired by the author's own lover Marie Duplessis. The music of Frederic Chopin provides a delicate and ethereal accompaniment as those close to Gautier offer their many perspectives on her glamorous yet ultimately tragic life. Neumeier infuses this production with a sense of true psychological depth, blending together memories and dreams in an anguished reflection on French Romanticism. Recorded at the Palais Garnier in Paris, France, in 2008.
Thu. Jun. 17
El Amor Brujo
The Victor Ullate Ballet-Comunidad de Madrid performs the ballet El Amor Brujo (which translates to Sorcerer Love, in English) by choreographer Victor Ullate. The ballet was originally composed in 1914 by Manuel de Falla to a libretto of Gregorio Martínez Sierra. It tells the story of Candela, a gypsy whose loves Carmelo, but is haunted by the ghost of his former lover. It is a story of love and passion, tears and grief, sorcery and seduction, but also death and dance. This new choreography contains great beauty, though different in form compared to the original, it stays eternal in its essence. The production was recorded in the Theater of Victoria Eugenia, San Sebastian, in 2015.
Sun. Jun. 20
Hedda Gabler
After the world premiere of autumn 2017, Seeing Dance describes this ballet adaptation of "Hedda Gabler" of the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet as burning with "intensity". Hedda Gabler is one of world theatre’s best-known characters – an icon created by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. Here, this deeply psychological play is transformed into a ballet, created by director Marit Moum Aune and performed by The Norwegian National Ballet to music by Nils Petter Molvær. The star of this performance is Grete Sofie Borud Nybakken, portraying the main character Hedda. Recorded 2017 in Oslo, Norway.
Thu. Jun. 24
Vers un protocole de conversation?
It is dance, it is theater, it is a conversation between the two. A man (Alessandro Bernardeschi) speaks while a woman (Mélanie Venino) dances. Or is it the other way around? It appears as if he is saying what she is dancing, or that he imagines what she is thinking. The two dancers searching for a common language makes George Appaix’s “Vers un protocole de conversation?” an enchanting experiment. Recorded at the Théâtre Joliette, Minoterie, in 2014.
Sun. Jun. 27
The Great Mass (ballet)
The Great Mass is the spiritual keystone of a choreographic undertaking in which Uwe Scholz absorbs the structure of the liturgy of the mass. He adds to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's unfinished Great Mass in C minor other works by the same composer, such as the Adagio and Fugue in C minor and the motet Ave verum corpus. He also puts in passages of Gregorian chant, sequences from contemporary music by György Kurtág, Thomas Jahn and Arvo Pärt, and readings of poems by Paul Celan. Mozart's music becomes a mould in which Scholz casts his choreography. – A truly impressive requiem a choreographic revelation.