Posts tagged Music

A piece on the subject of mining; Orbis was the first work composed in the Artefact Series collection of works in 2016, detailing the inflections and particular qualities of a performer and their characteristic of playing.

A narrative piece journeying deeper into the earth with each phrase to celebrate the beauty of the earth while also observing the extent to which the human touch passes over and within the planet.

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Permiered 18th February 2018 by Andrzej Karałow and Pablo Sánchez-Escariche Gasch at the Pałac Łazienkowski in Warsaw, Poland. Vol translates directly from French as both theft and flight. The piece captures a fleeting moment as two worlds collide, one fading into the past and another rising into the present. All is overwhelmed and saturated in the knowledge of impending exile; that this is the last glimpse what was once home but can no longer be. It has been stolen and one must take flight. 

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De Voir presents an extremely fine and differentiated triad of surprises. We have an intricate triangle, especially since it is not clear whether it is only dreamed… The music, which was specially composed by Kirsten Milenko for this dance – she also plays De Voir herself on the piano – supports the feeling laid impression. It is an inner action, and to what extent it is objectively real, the spectator must decide for himself… The cooperation of music and dance is very much to be praised. And composition is also a part of the choreography.”

– Gisela Sonnenburg, Ballett Journal

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