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CRESCENDO GOLD

The Full Live Epos


A live music and dance-rock Epos that takes place in the imaginary Caucasus Mountains and Black Sea. Memories, ethnic structures and tradition outline the path for a women gang to try and rule their own future death story.

 

II ARTIST IN RESIDENT 2023 II

Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and Theatre

 

TEL AVIV DANCE FESTIVAL 2023

 

II ARTIST IN RESIDENT

October 2022 II

AGORA – CITE INTERNATIONALE DE LA DANSE

 

Montpellier Dance France

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In our Rock-Dance and Village Chant, we return to assemble and gather more wombs for our gang of She-Demons. The moment of choice, the coronation, traverses our timeline once more. Who will fight for us, for you? Welding her heart's blood with gold, imbued with pathos, charged with pride; She will become the marrow of her bones against her own skeleton.

Here is where the songs and dances of a tale begin and initiate the vocal rituals and folklore inspired by the eastern country of the Black Sea: Georgia and a parallel universe originated from imagination.

We owe this Epos to the history written in blood.

Choreography; Text; Vocal and Live Music Composition: Annabelle Dvir

Creative Performers: Layil Goren, Noa Shaveh, Tamar Sonn, Tamar Kaminsky, Yael Schreiber, Zohar Yehieli, Annabelle Dvir

Original Live Music Composition: Bass and Electric Guitar: Zohar Yehieli

Drums, Cello and Piano: Tamar Kaminsky

Saxophone, Cello, Piano and Accordion: Yael Schreiber

Dudok and Doli: Annabelle Dvir

The work is being developed and supported by the Artist in Residence Program at: Suzanne Dellal Centre Tel Aviv; AGORA - Cité Internationale de la Danse - Montpellier France;  Supported by The School of Movement and Dance - The Ness Ziona Center for Culture & Recreation; TeatrInGestAzione Company - Naples Italy; And The Israeli Choreographers Association.

Thanks: Suzanne Dellal Centre Team, The Choreographic Institute, Sarah Holcman, The School of Movement and Dance - The Ness Ziona Center for Culture and Recreation, The Democratic School Kanaf - The Golan Heights, Menachem Goren, Tom Borkovsky.

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