SYM-PHONIE 2020

With the Staatsballett Berlin, Sasha Waltz has created a new work for dance and music. The choreographer commissioned the renowned composer Georg Friedrich Haas to compose original ballet music for a joint creation. After numerous operas, this is Haas' first official stage work for dance.Written for a large symphonic cast of the Staatskapelle Berlin, the composition creates space for parts which are determined by dance, creating an intertwined connection between musical language and the dancers' body language.Georg Friedrich Haas ranks amongst the most successful contemporary music composers. His success is due in part to having dedicated himself to the utopian idea – "yet unattainable in its perfection" – of creating new music that is both expressive and soothing – not despite but precisely because it is new.The concept behind the piece is based upon the inspiring encounter between various art disciplines and, in the tradition of dance history, has become its artistic principle: music, dance and visual arts have been merged into a full-length work by Sasha Waltz and her team which was set to premiere at the Staatsoper Unter den Linden in 2020. After its initial run it had to be cancelled due to the pandemic, it will now celebrate its world premiere two years later.

Dates

Duration: 90 minutes without a break

Cast

  • Concept and choreography: Sasha Waltz
  • Music: Georg Friedrich Haas
  • Stage design: Pia Maier Schriever
  • Costume design: Bernd Skodzig
  • Light design: David Finn
  • Musical direction: Ilan Volkov
  • Staatskapelle Berlin
Duration: 90 minutes without a break

Cast

  • Concept and choreography: Sasha Waltz
  • Music: Georg Friedrich Haas
  • Stage design: Pia Maier Schriever
  • Costume design: Bernd Skodzig
  • Light design: David Finn
  • Musical direction: Ilan Volkov
  • Staatskapelle Berlin
Duration: 90 minutes without a break

Cast

  • Concept and choreography: Sasha Waltz
  • Music: Georg Friedrich Haas
  • Stage design: Pia Maier Schriever
  • Costume design: Bernd Skodzig
  • Light design: David Finn
  • Musical direction: Ilan Volkov
  • Staatskapelle Berlin
Duration: 90 minutes without a break

Cast

  • Concept and choreography: Sasha Waltz
  • Music: Georg Friedrich Haas
  • Stage design: Pia Maier Schriever
  • Costume design: Bernd Skodzig
  • Light design: David Finn
  • Musical direction: Ilan Volkov
  • Staatskapelle Berlin
Duration: 90 minutes without a break

Cast

  • Concept and choreography: Sasha Waltz
  • Music: Georg Friedrich Haas
  • Stage design: Pia Maier Schriever
  • Costume design: Bernd Skodzig
  • Light design: David Finn
  • Musical direction: Ilan Volkov
  • Staatskapelle Berlin
Duration: 90 minutes without a break

Cast

  • Concept and choreography: Sasha Waltz
  • Music: Georg Friedrich Haas
  • Stage design: Pia Maier Schriever
  • Costume design: Bernd Skodzig
  • Light design: David Finn
  • Musical direction: Ilan Volkov
  • Staatskapelle Berlin
Duration: 90 minutes without a break

Cast

  • Concept and choreography: Sasha Waltz
  • Music: Georg Friedrich Haas
  • Stage design: Pia Maier Schriever
  • Costume design: Bernd Skodzig
  • Light design: David Finn
  • Musical direction: Ilan Volkov
  • Staatskapelle Berlin
Duration: 90 minutes without a break

Cast

  • Concept and choreography: Sasha Waltz
  • Music: Georg Friedrich Haas
  • Stage design: Pia Maier Schriever
  • Costume design: Bernd Skodzig
  • Light design: David Finn
  • Musical direction: Ilan Volkov
  • Staatskapelle Berlin
Duration: 90 minutes without a break

Cast

  • Concept and choreography: Sasha Waltz
  • Music: Georg Friedrich Haas
  • Stage design: Pia Maier Schriever
  • Costume design: Bernd Skodzig
  • Light design: David Finn
  • Musical direction: Ilan Volkov
  • Staatskapelle Berlin
For the last time this season
Duration: 90 minutes without a break

Cast

  • Concept and choreography: Sasha Waltz
  • Music: Georg Friedrich Haas
  • Stage design: Pia Maier Schriever
  • Costume design: Bernd Skodzig
  • Light design: David Finn
  • Musical direction: Ilan Volkov
  • Staatskapelle Berlin

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