Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker: Partita 2
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“For me Bach is structure, but his transcending dimension is written in the flesh,” says Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. To begin the legendary choreographer’s Partita 2, a violinist stands alone in darkness, inviting the audience into Bach’s world of pure sound. Next follows a period of light, silence, and movement by De Keersmaeker and Boris Charmatz, a hushed encounter between two renowned dance visionaries. Finally the three create a trinity of equals in a pure union of movement, music, and light.
Bach: Partita No. 2 in D minor
Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay CollegeDirections
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Anne Teresa De Keersmaekerchoreographer and dancer
Michel Françoisscenic design
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