Bergen International Festival 2019 English catalogue FiB Katalog EN 2019 lowres single pages - Page 30

030 World premiere ST U D I O BE R G E N Carte Blanche: Echo Flux DAT E/ T I M E D U RAT IO N 1:30 including interval T IC KET Standard: 340 Senior: 306 Under 30: 190 FiB Fordel: 272 BT Fordel: 255 d Carte Blanche: Primal for families DAT E/ T I M E Saturday 01 June at 13:00 D U RAT IO N 0:35 T IC KET Standard: 150 Children: 100 o Dancing to Music See p. 96. FR I CT I ON Carte Blanche: Echo Flux d Thursday 23– Saturday 25 May, Tuesday 28– Thursday 30 May and Saturday 01 June at 20:00 BE RGE N INTE RN AT I ON AL FE STIVAL 2019 A double bill focusing on the relationship between dance and music. Echo Flux is Annabelle Bonnéry’s first programming as artistic director of Carte Blanche. It features two interesting encounters between a choreographer and a composer who have never worked together before. Their approaches to the two art fields are challenged, and the performances examine how this affects the process of co-creating a production. the departed Heart, inspired by Richard Bur- ton’s book “The Anatomy of Melancholy” (1621), is based on different ways the dancers use breath to create sounds, rhythms and a mechanical breathing installation on stage. Primal seeks the moment where we lost our- selves and is an attempt to recover all our parts, cracked, broken and split. The perfor- mance explores lost knowledge about how our ancestors lived in symbiosis with nature. Dance is an art form that stimulates curiosity and nurtures creativity in young and old, and Primal is also presented alone as a family per- formance. Performance I: the departed Heart Alban Richard choreography Daphne Mauger choreography assistant Sebastian Rivas composer Rachel Garcia costumes 030 Max Bruckert sound Alban Richard, Robert Roespel lighting design Adrian Bartczak, Olha Stetsyuk, Daniel Mariblanca, Chihiro Araki, Caroline Eckly dance Performance II: Primal Ayelen Parolin choreography, costumes Marc Iglesias choreography assistant Ezra - Vincent Chtaibi composer Thomas Bruvik lighting design Ole Martin Meland, Timothy Bartlett, Anne Lise Rønne, Sebastian Biong, Aslak Aune Nygård, Dawid Lorenc, Guro Rimeslåtten, Noam Eidelman Shatil dance Produced by Carte Blanche Co-production with Carte Blanche #FE STSPILLEN E19