30th Festival 2020

Main programme

Wednesday, 04. November 2020 // 10.00 – 11.30 p.m.

From 14 years

Thursday, 05. November 2020 // 10.00 – 11.30 p.m.

Schaubühne Lindenfels

Standard price 18,00 €


Nils Freyer,
Berlin

GERMANY

Vogelsang meets Hoyer   VIDEO CLIP  

Two dance pieces

A TANZFONDS ERBE project



\ »Fünf Präludien aus dem Wohltemperierten Klavier von J. S. Bach«
(»Five preludes from J. S. Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier«)

Choreography: Marianne Vogelsang
Dance: Nils Freyer
Piano: Ulrike Buschendorf

\ »Affectos humanos«
(»Human passions«):

Choreography: Dore Hoyer
Music: Dimitri Wiatowitsch
Dance: Nils Freyer
Piano: Ulrike Buschendorf
Drums: Marco Pilipp

Introduction: Prof. Dr. Ralf Stabel, Berlin

Shuttle bus: from Schauspielhaus

departure 9.30 p.m. to Schaubühne Lindenfels / afterwards backwards



This evening presents the reconstruction of two important choreographies:

»Fünf Präludien aus dem Wohltemperierten Klavier von J. S. Bach« (»Five preludes from J. S. Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier«) by Marianne Vogelsang combines the crystalline

structure of music with the sensitivity of movement. Marianne Vogelsang (1912-73) studied with Gret Palucca in Dresden. In addition to her solo dance career, she worked at theatres and taught. She choreographed the 1st prelude in 1935 and danced it in Berlin. Between 1971-73, she developed the following preludes.

The five-part solo cycle »Affectos humanos« (»Human passions«) by Dore Hoyer was created in accordance with the Dutch philosopher Baruch de Spinoza’s (1632-77) theory of affects. The expressive and dramatic dances are titled »vanity«, »desire«, »hate«, »fear« and »love«. Dore Hoyer (1911-67) studied dance at the Palucca Schule Dresden and worked as a soloist, ballet mistress and director.

Nils Freyer, born in Berlin, received his dance education at the Staatliche Ballettschule Berlin and the Hochschule für Schauspielkunst Ernst Busch, Berlin. He danced in numerous choreographies, teached classical and modern dance at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler, Berlin, among others, and has researched German Ausdruckstanz.


World première: 13.05.2018, Akademie der Künste, Berlin

www.vogelsangmeetshoyer.de

www.tanzfonds.de

»Fünf Präludien aus dem Wohltemperierten Klavier von J. S. Bach« (»Five preludes from J. S. Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier«):

World première: 1935, Berlin / 1971-73, Dresden

World première of the reconstruction: 29.09.2016, Societaetstheater Dresden

»Affectos humanos«:

World première: 1962, Essen / © Deutsches Tanzarchiv, Köln

World première of the reconstruction: 13.05.2018, Akademie der Künste, Berlin

The guest performance in Leipzig will take place with the kind support of TANZFONDS ERBE – eine Initiative der Kulturstiftung des Bundes.