‘Ghost Trio’ – a choreographic première
 

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Fri 15.9.2017, 8:30 p.m., 2017-9-15T20:30 Saal »Genf« in the World Conference Center Bonn

‘Ghost Trio’ – a choreographic première

CocoonDance
Rafaële Giovanola (Choreography)
Rainald Endraß (Dramaturgy, concept)
Jörg Ritzenhoff (Live-electronic, composition)
Beatrice Berrut (Piano)
Álvaro Esteban (Dance)
Daniel Morales (Dance)
Werner Nigg (Dance)

»GHOST TRIO« (première)

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The work of Bonn’s CocoonDance Company is at once sensual and abstract, physical and philosophical. The company experiments with various perspectives of narration and perception, upsetting our relations to space and time, to ourselves and our bodies. Now Rafaële Giovanola (choreographer) and Jörg Ritzenhoff (composer) have chosen Beethoven’s Piano Trio in D major, op. 70, no. 1 – the so-called ‘Ghost Trio’ – as a point of departure for their new piece. Inspired by Samuel Beckett’s late television play ‘Ghost Trio’, which itself uses fragments from Beethoven’s slow movement, they weave a playful tapestry of reality and imagination, dissolution and oblivion.

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A production by CocoonDance in coproduction with Beethovenfest Bonn, Théâtre du Crochetan Monthey, Malévoz Quartier Culturel, Ringlokschuppen Mühlheim a.d.R., theaterimballsaal and Tanzplattform Rhein-Main – a project by Hessisches Staatsballett and Künstlerhaus Mousonturm

Sponsored by Kunststiftung NRW, Ministerium für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Bundesstadt Bonn, Théâtre-ProVS, Le Conseil de la Culture Etat du Valais, La Loterie Romande

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CocoonDance © Klaus Fröhlich

CocoonDance © Klaus Fröhlich

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