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Body-Opera


WOJTEK BLECHARZ CYCLE CONTEMPORAIN
PART OF RAINY DAYS 2017 - HOW DOES IT FEEL?


After Transcryptum commissioned by Grand Theater National Opera in Warsaw (2013) and Park-Opera commissioned by Theater Powszechny in Warsaw (2016), Body-Opera is the third opera-installation composed and directed by Blecharz, which challenges the habits and perception of a listener/viewer, and places the audience in a new performance situation. In Transcryptum the audience was exploring the off stage spaces of the opera house, trying to understand the chaotic nature of a traumatic memory. In Park-Opera the participants are supposed to discover different "acts" of the opera, which are located at various spots of one of Warsaw's parks. Body-Opera addresses the issue of how music institutions are limiting our perception by cultivating the same models of experiencing music based on sitting, listening and watching. Perception is embodied; we do not experience music as an abstract intellectual process through our brains, ears and eyes only. Sound is a frequency, a vibration, and a very dynamic material, which can touch our senses or emotions as well as the bodies. Body-Opera is dedicated to the audience; it explores relationships between the human body and the sound and reminds the participant about the physical nature of the main element of music.



Dancer Karol Tymi?ski
Double Bass Beltane Ruiz Molina
Percussion Alexandre Babel Direction & music Wojtek Blecharz
Stage Design, Costumes & VJ Ewa-Maria ?migielska
Light Design Tadeusz Perkowski
Video Design Maciej ?urczak Co-produced by Nowy Teatr, hcmf// and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute as part of the Polska Music programme

Dimanche 12  NOVEMBRE 2017 à 17h00 (tickets)
& à 20h00 (tickets)

DURÉE 1h30 (pas d'entracte)
Adultes 20 / Jeunes 8 / Kulturpass bienvenu Lieu: Grand Théâtre / Arrière-scène


Dates

Su 12 November 2017 20:00 Horaire

Venue

Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg
1 Rond-point Schuman
L-2525 LUXEMBOURG
Luxembourg

Contact

www: www.theatres.lu/-p-20002590.html

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