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The performance CODES OF BACH, combines the Baroque music and contemporary dance. It originates from Concerto D minor — BWV 1052, composition for harpsichord and string orchestra, by the Baroque composer J. S. Bach. Read more ->

The performance CODES OF BACH, combines the Baroque music and contemporary dance. It originates from Concerto D minor — BWV 1052, composition for harpsichord and string orchestra, by the Baroque composer J. S. Bach. Read more ->

The performance CODES OF BACH, combines the Baroque music and contemporary dance. It originates from Concerto D minor — BWV 1052, composition for harpsichord and string orchestra, by the Baroque composer J. S. Bach. Read more ->

The work-in-progress presentation “All inclusive 1052” is a prototype for the polyphonic leading of voices – dancing bodies in relation to the particular composition of J.S Bach’s – Concerto D minor. This time it is a solo in which Katarína Brestovanská (choreographer and dancer in one person) will capture some of the principles of the score of J. S. Bach, and translates them into the dancer’s body. Read more ->

The show is based on research. By means of research we created and tuned musical instruments – wooden containers with piezoelectric sensors attached. The device is sensing material vibrations from the dancer’s moves in the container and his strikes at the container. The movement and the body of the dancer make the containers sound and bring us into an imaginary world of sound and light. Read more ->

The show is based on research. By means of research we created and tuned musical instruments – wooden containers with piezoelectric sensors attached. The device is sensing material vibrations from the dancer’s moves in the container and his strikes at the container. The movement and the body of the dancer make the containers sound and bring us into an imaginary world of sound and light. Read more ->

Musical scores as a basis for working with dance, performance, script, and sound (hereinafter jointly referred to as the “Musical Scores as a Basis for Working with Body“) is used in this paper as a research form, as all the elements are naturally present when I am creating my performative productions. Read more ->