success of »Young Choreographers«, which last season was performed for the
first time at Volkswagen’s Transparent Manufactory (Die Gläserne Manufaktur von Volkswagen), Semperoper Ballett now
intends to go one step further.
Choreographers create danceworks by specifying certain steps and series of movements in space. In a creative process, the artists delineate forms that are realised in space and time. The final work is of course presented by dancers, between whom relationships arise within the piece. Other media and creative elements may play a part, such as lighting, scenery, props, video projection, costumes, make-up, etc. Together, these elements produce an electrifying work of art that has the power to thrill audiences in many different ways.
An exciting choreography, however, still requires the right external conditions. This challenge is ideally met in the extraordinary interior of the Transparent Manufactory, which offers surfaces, spaces, perspectives and, not least, a (real or imagined) contrast between the artistic and the manufacturing process.
at Volkswagen’s Transparent Manufactory (Die Gläserne Manufaktur von Volkswagen)
Premiere 25 Jan 2014
Choreography, Set Design, Costume Design, Lighting Design: Claudio Cangialosi
Assistenz: Vanja Vitman
Music: JieXian, John Lee Hocker, Reentko, Stephane Wrembel, Ann-Sophie Sieber, Miguel Llobet, Andréas Sergovia
Stimme: Courtney Richardson
Choreography, Set Design, Costume Design: Caroline Beach
Lighting Design: Ian Whalen
Motion Tracking System & Interaktive Music: Marcello Lussana, Robert Wechsler
Piano Komposition & Improvisation: Christopher Lübeck
Choreography, Set Design, Lighting Design: Sjoerd Vreugdenhil
Music: Ekkehard Ehlers
Choreographers: Caroline Beach, Claudio Cangialosi, Sjoerd Vreugdenhil