The Bach Partitas fascinate via their strict conformity and enormous power of emotion. A field of tension that is captivatingly filled in a contemporary way: Midori Seiler, internationally acclaimed Baroque violinist, interprets the Partitas for Violin Solo by Johann Sebastian Brahms anew. Together with the choreographer Renate Graziadei and her ensemble LaborGras and the composer Fabian Russ, she creates an expansive mix of a performative concert and an electronic sound installation.
In co-operation with tanzhaus nrw
With generous support from the Hilton Hotel Düsseldorf
This performance is made possible by NATIONALE PERFORMANCE NETZ as part of the guest appearance support for dance programme with funds from Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media, as well as the State Arts and Culture Ministries.
Midori Seiler, baroque violin
Fabian Russ, composition/electronics
Renate Graziadei, dance/choreography
Arthur Stäldi, choreography /dramaturgy
Lutz Deppe, Light
Folkert Uhde, conception/ dramaturgy
Arnaud Poumarat, artistic production
Carlo Grippa, sound
Uhde &Harckensee MusikManagement
A project by Folkert Uhde in cooperation with LaborGras, RADIALSYSTEM V and Internationale Orgelwoche Nürnberg – Musica Sacra. Supported by Hauptstadtkulturfonds.