BACK TO CALENDAR

Mnemosyne – Remaining Memories / choreographic laboratory

Premiere of the choreographic project of students of the Department of Dance at the Academy of Performing Arts, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague with guest choreographer Renate Graziadei.

 

Mnemosyne - Remaining Memories

Choreography: laborgras / Renate Graziadei (D)
Music: A. Corelli, FMS & Ch. Virant
Costumes: Monika Rybárová
Lighting design: Michaela Pavelková
Dance: Miriam Budzáková, Jakub Cerulík, Mária Lazúrová, Viktória Malá, Krístína Miklovičová, Nela Rusková

Renate Graziadei is a choreographer based in Berlin under the auspices of a renowned art group and laborgras studio (together with Arthur Städl). Their production "Temporary Stories" was awarded Innovative Dance Production 2000 in the annual ballet-tanz critics' survey. laborgras was a participant of Resolution! Aerowaves Festival in London in 2001. In 2002, laborgras and David Hernandez took part in the German Dance Platform in Leipzig and in 2004 they were awarded the Kurt Jooss Prize in Essen. The production "I, myself and me again", which was created in 2006, has been presented at many international festivals since its premiere and is considered an excellent interdisciplinary project in the field of dance science and new media.

 

Choreographic laboratory

In the next laboratory, KTT students Miriam Budzáková, Mária Lazúrová, Viktória Malá, Kristína Miklovičová and Nela Rusková will present their choreographic works.

 

Date and time: September 17, 2020 at 7:00pm
Place: Divadlo LAB, Bratislava
Entry: The minimum contribution for the performance is € 3, - (1 € for teachers and students of the Academy of Performing Arts)
Ticket RESERVATION by e-mail: info-htf@vsmu.sk
TICKET SALE one hour before the performance at the venue.
With your contribution you support the development of activities and activities of HTF VŠMU students.

www.htf.vsmu.sk / www.df.vsmu.sk www.divadlolab.sk
FACEBOOK: HTF VŠMU Projects / Divadlo Lab

FB EVENT

 

The choreographic project of KTT students was supported by the Slovak Arts Councilfrom public sources in the form of a scholarship.

The project is supported by the Cultural and Educational Grant Agency of The Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic.

PHOTO GALLERY