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Deep Song + Everything/Nothing
Works in Silence | MARMO

Dance On Ensemble

Italian Premiere

The Berlin-based Dance On Ensemble celebrates the artistic excellence of dancers aged 40+. They present a program which restages iconic works and invites contemporary artists to rewrite them in their own creative languages. Deep Song revives a short piece by Martha Graham in which swirls and falls embody a reaction to the violence of the Spanish Civil War. Its rewriting is the neon text installation Everything/Nothing by award-winning performance maker Tim Etchells. Works in Silence revives Lucinda Childs’ 1970s works, which strip away theatricality to express human fragility. MARMO by Ginevra Panzetti and Enrico Ticconi emphasizes the minimalist architecture of bodies in space.

The Dance On Ensemble was founded in 2015 by the Berlin-based cultural non-profit organisation DIEHL+RITTER as part of the Dance On initiative that explores the relationship between dance and age both on stage and in society. Working with internationally renowned choreographers and directors including among others Rabih Mroué, Deborah Hay, Lucinda Childs and Jan Martens, the Dance On Ensemble is developing a repertoire of ground-breaking and challenging contemporary dance works. Its aim is to create a solid base for a rich and ambitious future repertoire for dancers 40+. As a member of the Dance On Ensemble since the beginning of the project, Ty Boomershine is responsible for its artistic direction since 2019. Further members of the Dance On Ensemble are: Gesine Moog, Emma Lewis, Tim Persent, Miki Orihara, Christine Kono, Anna Herrmann, Marco Volta, Lia Poole, Jone San Martin, Omagbitse Omagbemi and Javier Arozena – all of them are professional dancers between the ages 43 to 71 who have danced in leading companies.

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Running time 8’ + 30’ + 30’ (with intermission)

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Dance On Ensemble
artistic and executive director DIEHL+RITTER: Madeline Ritter
artistic director Dance On Ensemble: Ty Boomershine
executive producer: Hélène Philippot
distributing producer: Danila – Freitag Agency For The Performing Arts

Deep Song  
choreography, costumes: Martha Graham 
restaging: Miki Orihara
with: Miki Orihara 
music: Henry Cowell
light design reconstruction: David Finley
light: Martin Beeretz
sound: Mattef Kuhlmey
this production of Deep Song is presented by arrangement through Martha Graham Resources, a division of the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, Inc.

Everything/Nothing
neon installation: Tim Etchells
premiere: 9 – 10 July 2021, Radialsystem, Berlin

Works in Silence (Untitled Trio 1, Radial Courses, Katema)
choreography: Lucinda Childs
staging: Ty Boomershine
with: Ty Boomershine, Javier Arozena, Gesine Moog, Anna Herrmann, Lia Poole, Alba Barral Fernández
light: Martin Beeretz
sound: Mattef Kuhlmey
costumes: Alexandra Sebbag
production: Dance On / DIEHL+RITTER
co-production: STUK. House for Dance, Image and Sound, Münchner Kammerspiele
funded by: Doppelpass Fund of the Kulturstiftung des Bundes (German Federal Cultural Foundation)

MARMO 
choreographic reply (for Works in Silence): Ginevra Panzetti / Enrico Ticconi 
choreography: Ginevra Panzetti / Enrico Ticconi 
cast: Javier Arozena, Gesine Moog, Anna Herrmann, Lia Poole, Alba Barral Fernández
light design: Annegret Schalke
sound design: Demetrio Castellucci 
costumes: Ginevra Panzetti / Enrico Ticconi, werkstattkollektiv 
production: Dance On / DIEHL+RITTER
co-production: Kampnagel 
supported by: the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ Coproduction Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media
with the support of: Lavanderia a Vapore – Centro di residenza per la danza

in collaboration with: Goethe-Institut Mailand

Calendar

Thursday, May 12 2022, 5.30pm
Friday, May 13 2022, 5.30pm

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