Tour calendar

January 2023

  • 15 : Terrassa (ES) - Dreamers #1

February 2023

  • 23 : Garges-lès-Gonesse (FR) - Dreamers #1

Dreamers #1

This triptych features the worlds of Ohad Naharin from the Batsheva Dance Company, as well as Philippe Kratz and Diego Tortelli, respectively former dancer and resident choreographer of Aterballetto. In Secus, the master of the movement Gaga offers us an adventurously eclectic musical collage used as a fitting backdrop for this audaciously quirky choreography. In the duet “O”, which deals with the theme of infinity, two human beings – or two robots – celebrating the state of transcendence and emotional fulfilment, moving together towards the endlessness. Finally, SHOOT ME revisits the concept of concert-ballet: the power and poetry of the music is combined with dance to form a non-narrative piece from which a group force emerges, guided by individualities.

Secus

Choreography: Ohad Naharin
Music: Chari Chari, Kid 606 + Rayon, AGF, Chronomad, Fennesz, Kaho Naa Pyar Hai, Seefeel, The Beach Boys
Sound design & editing: Ohad Fishof
Costume design: Rakefet Levy
Lighting design: Avi Yona Bueno (Bambi)
Assistants to the choreographer: Rachael Osborne, Ian Robinson
Created in 2019 (for Batsheva Dance Company in 2005)
Duration: 30 min

The master of the movement Gaga offers us an adventurously eclectic musical collage used as a fitting backdrop for the audaciously quirky choreography. With Secus it is a true human alphabet: through joy, vulnerability, fear, innocence, confusion and anger, it weaves a harmonic and dynamic canvas that oscillates between delicacy and exaggeration.

"O"

Choreography: Philippe Kratz
Music: Mark Pritchard and The Field
Costume design: Francesca Messori
Lighting: Carlo Cerri
Created in 2018
Duration: 12 min

Exploring the theme of infinity, the duo “O” presents two human beings or two robots celebrating the state of transcendence and emotional fulfillment, both moving to the never-ending beat of their unstoppable hearts. Philippe Kratz questions a future of inorganic communication. In 2018, the piece was awarded first prize at the Hannover Choreographic Competition.

SHOOT ME

Choreography: Diego Tortelli
Costume design: Marco De Vincenzo
Lighting design: Roman Fliegel
Created in 2018
Duration: 12 min

SHOOT ME is a new creation for the company on the music by the English rock band Spiritualized, and on some recordings of Jim Morrison declaiming poems about freedom.
The construction of the work is based on the concept of “concert-ballet” revised in a contemporary way: music and dance are combined to create a piece without a story, but, thanks to the power of music, sometimes aggressive and sometimes poetic, this piece guides us to discover open imaginaries and emotions. A central element of SHOOT ME is the group strength guided by individual voices, the desire of a body that wishes to be observed and a body that wants to be perceived, that wants to communicate.

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