White Darkness / Ballet
»Nacho Duato composed the one-act ballet, White Darkness, as a requiem for the untimely loss of a sister. The result is a masterpiece which, according to critics, has “reached impossible heights” in the landscape of modern art.
The ballet’s heroine, having lost faith in love, seeks oblivion; but the path she has chosen brings her not joy but feverish agitation, followed by disappointment, alienation and self-imposed isolation.«
2:49 of 26:38 [Ending]
Aterballetto in Milan / Ballet
»Aterballetto is the principal producing and touring dance company in Italy. They are well-known for their ability to shift their style across a wide range of musical genres, from classical to pop and jazz.
Jiří Pokorny’s Words and Space is a metaphor of an intrapersonal speech, a book full of floating stories. It is personal, intimate and very poetic.
Philippe Kratz‘ Phoenix is inspired by the idea of the infinite circular motion of life: Birth, growth, immobility, death and finally birth once again.
In Narcissus Giuseppe Spota takes a look at the youth of today. Are they ready to come out of their virtual frames and face the mirror of everyday life?«
1:02 of 85:00 [Teaser]
Soul Chain / Documentary
»A uniformly seeming mass with eccentric movements, constantly halfway point dancing to hard techno beats: this only describes the high-performance dance of „Soul Chain“ to some extend. It’s a piece that the renowned choreographer Sharon Eyal created especially for the dance ensemble „tanzmainz“ of the Staatstheater Mainz. „Soul Chain“ displays the contrast between the individual and the group. Breathless, the Soul Chain lies around the dancers and their movements. The documentary approaches the piece, as well as the dancers of the ensemble and the internationally successful choreographer Sharon Eyal from Tel Aviv.«
2:07 of 42:36 [Prologue]
Next broadcast date: Sat., 23rd of Febr. 2019, 7.20 pm, 3sat [short version]
Ballet Vlaanderen: Ravel / Ballet
»Jeroen Verbruggen, who as a young student dancer at the Royal Ballet School won the Prix de Lausanne, has drawn his inspiration from Ravel’s Pavane pour une Infante défunte.
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui also translates Ravel into dance, opting for Pictures at an Exhibition, which was originally by Mussorgsky, but here in an orchestration by Ravel. Of course a performance devoted to Ravel couldn’t be without his Boléro. Creating a Boléro is on the artistic wish-list of many a choreographer. Who will be the next to unleash his demons on Ravel’s legendary composition?
A programme full of surprises with which Royal Ballet Flanders might just write a page of dance history.«
2:02 of 80:00 [Teaser]
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