NON FINITO A SEI VOCI
Concept, choreography, styling: Riccardo Buscarini
Dancers: Donato Barile, Gianluca Formica, Guido Del Galudio, Veronica Galdo, Beatrice Ciattini, Maria Anna Deidda
Music: Luca Marenzio, madrigals
Video: Gerardo Lamattina
non finito a sei voci was created in the frame of project Prove D’Autore, supported by TIR Danza,
organized by Cantieri Danza with support from Network Anticorpi XL – rete regionale di festival, rassegne e residenze creative,
in collaboration with Scuola Balletto di Toscana - Compagnia Balletto di Toscana Junior.
With support from Ater
«Marble is like man, before embarking on something, you have to know him well and know everything that is inside.
So, if in you there are air bubbles, I am wasting my time»
Taking inspiration from the architecture of florentine Renaissance, from Michelangelo's sculpture and love madrigals by Luca Marenzio, composer and poet active in the late Renaissance, non finito a sei voci explores the issue of trust through the use of primary principles of weight and balance and their negotiation.
The six performers - in the same number as in Marenzio’s songs - move through a condensed limited space meet and collide in sculptural weavings while loading space with tension, counterweights and suspensions. Now like a choir, then individually, they search for a harmonious symmetry - or an escape - which are denied to them.
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