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A PERFORMANCE BY GUNHILD BJØRNSGAARD WITH A MUSIC OF GEORGES APERGHIS AND ROLF-ERIK NYSTRØM
Rolf-Erik Nystrøm- Saxofonist and Composer
Nina Biong -Dancer
Silje Aker Johnsen- Singer & Dancer
In this new piece Gunhild Bjørnsgaard probes the depths of composer Georges Aperghis’ world. His music requires great precision, evoking a journey through the unconscious, through the undisclosed dimensions of the performer. Aperghis is a composer who challenges the musicians by having them employ theatre methods as an important aspect of their communication with an audience and as a significant element of the piece performed. The story finds expression through an struggle over the capacity of the individual – a journey in thousand rooms with unexpected changes.
PREMIERE AT THE CODA DANCE FESTIVAL IN OSLO 18-19 OCTOBER 2011
CRITICS THOUSAND ROOM
of Gerard Mayen (French journalist) DANSER, 28th September 2012 at Maison des arts de Creteil, organized by Centre Développement Chorégraphique du Val-de-Marne.
of Sophie Braseth (Norwegian journalist) Avisa Nordland, 11 of August 2012
of Manon Cazes (French journalist) The net news: Le Clou dans la Planche, 5.december 2012.
of Manon Cazes (French journalist) The net news: Le Clou dans la Planche, 5.december 2012