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Uferstudio 14

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07. October 2021, 20:30 Uhr
08. October 2021, 20:30 Uhr
09. October 2021, 20:30 Uhr
10. October 2021, 17:00 Uhr
Description

One of the most important and contradicting social discourses we are currently in is about the need to fundamentally redefine or significantly change the relationship between nature and society, nature and humans in the face of man-made climate change, globalization and digitization to prevent future disasters. The phenomenon “time” and, of course, “space”, are essential categories when thinking about and looking for models for a sustainable future. The body as our very own starting point for the experience of time and space is only indirectly included in this discourse, if at all. In the context of this discourse, dealing with the phenomenon “time” is the central aspect of our production. In the practical implementation, 8 dancers from the Rubato dance company and 8 musicians from zeitkratzer, the European solist ensemble for contemporary music, meet in a dialogical process.

The European solist ensemble for contemporary music zeitkratzer has long been concerned with the terms time and space in their music. Many pieces that zeitkratzer play, explicitly relate to the questioning of a conventional concept of time. In their live concerts the term of "time" is provoked in different ways. Rubato dance company has already worked together with zeitkratzer in the past. In this project a new overall composition will be created for an ensemble of 16 artists. Contemporary music and contemporary dance are equal partners in a joint creative process.

Production: Tanzcompagnie Rubato in cooperation with the European soloist ensemble for contemporary music zeitkratzer, funded by the Capital Cultural Fund and the Senate Department for Culture and Europe, Berlin, in cooperation with the Uferstudios, Berlin.

Performers

Concept: Dieter Baumann, Jutta Hell | Choreography, Direction: Jutta Hell | Musical Direction: Reinhold Friedl | Dance, Creation: Mercedes Appugliese, Dieter Baumann, Alessandra Defazio, Viviana Defazio, Alexander Nickmann, Carlos Osatinsky, Fernando Pelliccioli, Anja Sielaff | Music, Creation: Reinhold Friedl, Frank Gratkowski, Martin Heinze, Nick Hummer, Maurice de Martin, Ulrich Phillipp, Burkhard Schlothauer, Hild Sofie Tafjord | Sound engeneering: Klaus Dobbrick | Assistant sound engeneering: Jonathan Hamann | Light: Emma Juliards | Assistant Light: Sanja Gergoric ́ | Costume: Claudia Janitschek | Set Design: Dieter Baumann | Production Management: Inge Zysk | Communication: k3 Heike Diehm | video accompaniment: Andrea Keiz | Photo: Monika Rittershaus | Poster graphic design: Dirk Bleicker

 

More info (and reservation options)

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Please comply to the distance, mask and hygiene regulations. The event can be attended only with proof of full vaccination, recovery or negative test. There is a requirement to provide contact information. More info here.

Ticket price
18,00€ / 12,00€ reduced

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