A music dance performance with work by women composers of 11 centuries. In collaboration with Biliana Voutchkova.
This music/dance performance by Eva Baumann und Biliana Voutchkova features exclusively works by extraordinary women composers. Both artists approach the compositions/arrangements for solo violin with the joy of discovery, a fine sense of discernment and transport the audience into uncharted sonic realms. Their musical journey leads from the medieval world of Hildegard von Bingen to characteristic Baroque sonorities and on to contemporary compositions by Joanna Bruzdowicz and Ruth Schonthal. What happens when contemporary dance meets up with music of various historical periods? An atmosphere of concentrated encounter is the governing mode for a very dynamic evening. Critical is the artists' constant and acute awareness of one another and their submersion in the musical/choreographic moment.
Concept, choreography, dance: Eva Baumann
Violin, performance: Biliana Voutchkova
Costume: Katrin Wittig
Dramaturgy: Eva-Maria Steinel
Light: Ingo Jooß
World premiere May 23rd 2017, Theaterhaus Stuttgart
Performances/ Touring 2017 Tanztendenz Munich, kunstort ELEVEN artspace Börstingen, Uferstudios Berlin
Theater Felina Areal Mannheim
Performances/ Touring 2018 Theaterhaus Stuttgart, performing arts festival Berlin, XVIII Festival Internationale de Musique en
Catalogne a Céret, France
herstory I is a production by eva baumann tanz/produktionen in cooperation with Archiv Frau und Musik Frankfurt/Main, musica femina münchen e.V. , Sophie-Drinker-Institut Bremen, Int. Komponistinnenbibliothek /Sybil-Westendorp-Stiftung Unna, Tanztendenz/schwere reiter Munich and is also supported by the Eckhardt-Gramatté Foundation Winnipeg/Canada, the Produktionszentrum Tanz und Performance Stuttgart, kunstort ELEVEN artspace Starzach-Börstingen, Theaterhaus Stuttgart as well as Uferstudios and the mime centrum, Berlin.
herstory I was sponsored by: LaFT Baden-Württemberg with funds provided by the Ministry for Science, Research and Art in Baden -Württemberg, the Cultural Affairs Office for the City of Stuttgart and the LBBW Foundation.