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fateful love

Fatal Love overtake each ...
Janáček Theatre - Roosevelt 1-7 Saturday, February 14, 2015 in 17.00-19.15hod., Tickets 165-480 CZK
Conductor: Pavel Šnajdr

choreography: Rami Be'er, Ralf Dornen, Mário Radačovský
Scene: Rami Be'er, Hans Winkler, Marek Hollý
Costumes: Rami Be'er, Hans Winkler, Roman Šolc
Cast February 14, 2015 17:00

Butterflies - wife Laura Fernández
Butterflies - man Pavel Kolar
Transfigured Night - Ivona Jeličová soloists, Adam Sojka
Fateful Love Ivona Jeličová, Michal Pimek, Petra Říhová
Performance Conductor: Pavel Šnajdr

Three choreographed piece about love ...

BUTTERFLIES
A. Schnittke (1934-1998), P. Glass (1937), K. Weill (1900-1950)
Choreography: Rami Be'er
Sets, costumes, lighting design: Rami Be'er

Butterflies world famous choreographer Rami Be'er first appeared on the scene in Brno project Israeli dance in Brno 2011. Courageous, energetic but also sensual choreographic Rami Be'er here found convincing expression in excellent duet, during which a man and woman dancing on the huge sofa that becomes a symbolic stage on which revives a variety of forms and variants relationship.

Transfigured Night
Arnold Schönberg (1874-1951)
Conductor: Pavel Šnajdr
Choreography: Ralf Dornen
Sets and Costumes: Hans Winkler

Choreography acclaimed creator German Ralf Dornen Transfigured Night, created on a masterly music of Arnold Schönberg poem by Richard Dehmel, was inaugurated in preview at the Festival Janáček Brno, 2012. The theme of the heavy fate of a woman, which is reflected in the post-traumatic panic visions, finds expression in a complicated relationship for men. The work, however, a happy ending image of love and safety. The creator of music, Arnold Schoenberg, who is regarded as a companion and also artistic counterpart Igor Stravinsky, one of the most important figures of classical modern music.

true love
PI Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) / F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847)
Conductor: Pavel Šnajdr
Choreography: Mário Radačovský
Scene: Marek Hollý
Costumes: Roman Šolc

With music by Tchaikovsky and Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, viewers will meet in the final part of the triptych of dance, choreography true love, by which it is named in the evening and knit into a unified whole. True love meets the happier of us, someone with her mine, another accompanies the entire life since his school years ... For our set of true love creates a renowned Slovak choreographer Mário Radačovský.