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Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas "Bartók/Beethoven/Schönberg Repertory Evening"
ImPulsTanz Special in cooperation with the Theater an der Wien:
June 13, 15 + 16, 2007, 8.00 pm, at the Theater an der Wien
The Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and her company Rosas bring here three memorable dialogues between dance and music on stage. In Nacht De Keersmaeker combines three works of her repertoire, to which The Duke Quartet plays live the compositions of Bartók‘s „Fourth String Quartet“, Beethoven‘s „Die große Fuge“ and Schönberg‘s „Verklärte Nacht“.
I. QUATUOR N°4
A piece set to the Fourth String Quartet by the Hungarian composer Béla Bartók, created in 1986 to form the core of Bartók/Aantekeningen, and later taken up again in Mikrokosmos (1987) and in the Bartók opera In Blauwbaards Burcht (1998) which De Keersmaeker directed. This dance, set to Bartók’s Fourth String Quartet, is also part of Wolfgang Kolb’s film Hoppla!
II. DIE GROSSE FUGE
A piece set to the Die große Fuge, one of Beethoven’s last string quartets, which Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker originally created for Erts (1992) and which then became part of Kinok (1994); Die große Fuge was also danced as part of the First Repertoire Evening in 2002.
III. VERKLÄRTE NACHT
A piece set to Schoenberg’s string sextet Verklärte Nacht, which was first performed as part of a Schoenberg evening at La Monnaie while its musical director was Antonio Pappano and for which Die Erwartung and other pieces were also staged by Klaus Michael Grüber; a few months later Verklärte Nacht was incorporated into Woud (1995).
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