She performs at the Mercat de les Flors in Barcelona, as part of the Montaña Alta Festival
the festival High season Displays in flower shop Barcelona from November 30 to December 1Golberg Variations, BWV 988‘L Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker. The great Belgian choreographer continues her journey in dialogue with the music of Johann Sebastian Bach in a piece she performs herself alongside the pianist. Alan Francoafter large-scale work “The Six Brandenburg Parties.”‘. music Goldberg Variations, which consists of no fewer than thirty-one melodic variations, challenges choreography to an exercise similar in breadth: to find a dance form that can be adapted and made more flexible, while maintaining a consistent core. For De Keersmaeker, it is above all a call to reinforce the path he has taken as an artist, raising today’s questions in the constant search for his own choreographic language.
The Goldberg Variations belong to Bach’s late period, in which the composer transcends the boundaries of musical themes in a game of variations, laws and fugues. To create this composition, he started from a simple, calm melody, accompanied by a basic bass line, which continually opens up towards a musical world that reveals itself to be of exceptional variety and incomparable complexity.
“Great casting”The Six Brandenburg Concertos – her previous creativity with music by Bach – now returns with a solo performance by De Keersmaeker herself. In doing so, he remains faithful to the principle of the musical score as a model for choreography. For De Keersmaeker, it is above all a call to reinforce the path he has taken as an artist, raising today’s questions in the constant search for his own choreographic language.