The dance troupe from London, Impermanence Dance Theatre that will be performing in Piazza Angelio on Thursday have already arrived in the city and have been out getting a feel for the place and started working on their collaboration with the musicians.
There are high expectations for this joining, merging and contamination between contemporary dance and jazz and something new and different for the Jazz festival.
Daniel Hay-Gordon, Eleanor Perry, Patricia Langa, Alessandro Mazzotto, Roseanna Anderson & Josh Ben-Tovim
“sometimes you have to remember not to dance – stillness has its moments” – Roseanna
Impermanence Dance Theatre was formed in the winter of 2010 bya group of friends came together to search for new ways of making work and living as dance artists.
IDT has worked with over 25 artists, accessed various local communities, and has performed in the UK, Italy and Germany.
They have received support, critical acclaim and deep appreciation both at home and away.
The company aspires to create work that has a deep resonance with any audience by exploring and then displaying personal stories, internal landscapes and socially relevant themes in a poetic and physical way.
It works with the ethos that if the performer reveals and confronts her shadows, she enables the spectator to do the same.
Impermanence Dance Theatre aims to make work of the highest quality that is rooted in socially engaged practice.
They are committed to using art as a vehicle to support people in their daily lives, and to producing inspirational theatre – their site is here
Impermanence is a highly skilled young company, serious about their development. Their training background, their high skill level both technically, creatively and choreographically, their approach to the development of performance work rooted in relevant personal and social subject matter and their desire to connect with communities and audiences at every stage of the development of a piece of work makes them a company with significant potential. –Mark Laville – Artistic Director, Barbican Theatre
Giovedì 22 agosto piazza Angelio ospiterà la compagnia londinese di danza contemporanea IMPERMANENCE DANCE THEATRE per una performance di scambio e improvvisazione tra musica e danza con un gruppo inedito guidato da Nicolao Valiensi.