ALL TOGETHER - Michikazu Matsune mit Frans Poelstra & Elizabeth Ward
Performance / Dance in English
Michikazu Matsune, Frans Poelstra and Elizabeth Ward remember together. They remember the names of people that are now or were once close to them, some who briefly crossed their way and others who have been in their lives for a long time. Poignantly poetic and with a delicate sense of humour, the performers of All Together incarnate what ties them to the individuals behind the names, making us all move a little closer together.
Quiet Matters - small concerts and performances will take place as a supporting program following the performances of All Together.
What do you think when you hear that name? In Michikazu Matsune’s performance All Together, this question becomes the basis and starting point for the embodiment of personal memories, emotions and impressions. The three performers pursue their mutual lines of connection, working their way through the names of people who are associated with them in one way or another. All Together is about people they have encountered at some point in their lives, people they lost contact with and people who cannot be here at this moment. Such people, remembered because of curious encounters, may include a sister, a childhood friend, a teacher, a first love or maybe a famous artist.
Matsune, Poelstra and Ward speak about all of them and thereby manage to draw them a little closer. All Together connects that which is absent with that which is present and those who are not here with those who are. The show combines the imaginary and the real, the personal and the universal. It doesn’t matter whether we love or hate each other or whether or not we are present; we all belong together.
(short concerts and performances following All Together)
11 January, 8.30 pm
Veronika Eberhart & Andi Dvořák, Claudia Lomoschitz
12 January, 8.30 pm
13 January, 4.30 pm
Veza Ferández, YOMER und Dorothea Zeyringer
Created and directed by Michikazu Matsune Performance Michikazu Matsune, Frans Poelstra, Elizabeth Ward Assistance & feedback Dorothea Zeyringer In charge of the Quiet Matters programme Michikazu Matsune, Elizabeth Ward