Libretto, choreography / Directed by: JACEK GĘBURA
Music: KATARZYNA BOREK & VOJTO MONTEUR
Costumes and stage design: ANNA CHADAJ
Video: JAKUB LECH & JAKUB HADER
Light design: TOMASZ FILIPIAK

CAST:

KATARZYNA BOREK – piano
VOJTO MONTEUR – electronics

Dancers: BOŻENA BUKOWSKA, ILONA GUMOWSKA, MARTA HICHEL, ANNA KASPRZAK, MAJA LEWICKA, KATARZYNA TORZYŃSKA, MATEUSZ BRENNER, ALBERT CIASTEK, PIOTR MAŁECKI, JAN NYKIEL, MICHAŁ SZYMAŃSKI

Piano classics and modern electronics – known from the music album “Classica & Electronica “Tempus Fantasy” by Katarzyna Borek and Vojto Monteur – receive now a new, enriching quality: dance. Fascination with sound, movement and creator’s imagination play a key role in the show prepared by Jack Gębura, the director and author of libretto and choreography.

How do artists see the world? How does their work create reality? Do they hear, see and feel more than other people?

Katarzyna Borek at the piano spins her musical imagination, with electronic signals added by Vojto Monteur, while the dancers’ expression and emotions reflect this extraordinary world. Just on the border between reality and dream, real world and magic, “between heaven and hell” …

Dancers transfer themselves and spectators to the “other side” – beyond life, into unimaginably beautiful world of the pianist’s musical phantasmagoria. A poetic tale about the passing takes place in a stunning set design.

The spectators are also watching the multimedia show, referring to the sensitivity, ambiguous and symbolic.

The eponymic fantasy appears as the imaginary world but also as a music genre kind of a piece of music. Katarzyna Borek and Vojto Monteur take from Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, Liszt, Chopin, Albeniz, Gorecki, Ravel, Debussy, Bartok – the Tempus Fantasy music consists of many contrasting themes.

The choreography of the performance is based on modern dance – contemporary classics, with the use of various forms of contemporary dance and organic ways of work with the body.

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Date: February 2 Category: Crossover & post-classical, Theatre music