#5

(VIOLIN, BASS CLARINET (OR BARITONE SAXOPHONE) & PIANO)

2014

7’

Since the moment the performers enter choreographically the scene and play the first note, [#5] starts a road to break down the apparent status quo of every elements on stage, traditionally placed in a “normal” concert situation: the instruments, the performers’ positions, the regular and repetitive musical structures, the lights, the words… all of it is susceptible of abruptly disappear in order to start again a game with different rules. 

 

The continuous renovation of the principal focus of musical and performing action, together with a sort of “anxiety” for escaping the piece by the performers, fastly exhaust all the pre-fixed hierarchies. However and paradoxically, this frenetic process is getting closer to the corporeality of the performers, to the sheer being- on-stage of some breathing organisms, which are able to speak, to move and to produce sound.

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