NATTERGALEN

NATTERGALEN

21 jan - 1 feb Takkelloftet

Sergei Sviatchenko was born in Ukraine and graduated from the Kharkov Academy of Art and Architecture in 1975 and studied PhD at the Kiev School of Architecture.  


Sergei Sviatchenko eksperiments with differnt kinds of media, installatios and collages and is a provocateur in the world of contemporary art. Sviatchenko's work has been exhibited in Denmark, Germany, Italy, France, England, Canada, and the USA and published in differnt magazines such as Dazed & Confused, AnOther, Kilimanjaro, Varoom, Elephant, This is a magazine, Rojo, Viewpoint and Blueprint -  now he is makeing the set design and costumes for Nattergalen. 

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Two innovative works about self-sacrifice and natures victory over the artificial, with music by DEN SORTE SKOLE & a collage-inspired set design by the artist Sergei Sviatchenko

 

‘Nattergalen’ (The Nightingale) is a double bill created by some of Denmark’s most sought after contemporary choreographers; Sebastian Kloborg and Alessandro Sousa Pereira, both of whom have just received the Knights Cross of the Order of Dannebrog (2018). The duo Den Sorte Skole have composed the music and the Danish/Ukranian artist Sergei Sviatchenko has created the set design.

 

Sebastian Kloborg’s work is based on themes and motifs from both Oscar Wild’s novella ‘The Nightingale and the Rose’ and H.C. Andersens immortal classic from 1843, ‘The Nightingale’, about natures victory over the artificial.

 

The second part of the performance is created by the Brazilian choreographer Alessandro Sousa Pereira who reinterprets the paradoxical and heartbreaking story ‘The Nightingale and the Rose’ by Oscar Wilde. Among other things, Pereira is inspired by the original theme of meaningless and brutal self-sacrifice.


Choreography: Alessandro Sousa Pereira & Sebastian Kloborg
Dancers:
Danish Dance Theatre’s dancers
Set Design: Sergei Sviatchenko
Costume Design: Maria Ipsen & Sergei Sviatchenko
Music:
Den Sorte Skole
Light Design: Raphael Frisenvænge Solholm
Dramaturgy: Sosha Teperowska & Amanda Linnea Ginman

Time & Place: 

21th, 22th 23th, 24th of january at 8.00 pm & 25th of january at 5 pm, 31th of  january at 8.00 pm & 1st of february at 5.00 pm & 8:00 pm

The Operas Takkelloftet / The Royal Theatre

1 time 20 min.
95,- 200,-