With 8 dancers
Grand ThÃ©Ã¢tre de la Ville de Luxembourg
1 Rond-point Schuman
Marcos Morau and his company La Veronal are interested in new means of expression, cultural references in film, literature, music and photography ...
Marcos Morau and his company La Veronal are interested in new means of expression, cultural references in film, literature, music and photography and keen on inventing a strong narrative language. After Pasionaria in 2019, they return to the Grand ThÃ©Ã¢tre with their new creation Sonoma.
The word "sonoma" does not properly exist in Spanish. However, if it did, it could be said to derive from either the Greek root "soma" meaning "body" or the Latin "sonum" meaning "sound": body of sound and the sound of the body.
Today we live history in a hurry, at such a rapid pace that we can barely follow it. We fall forward into it and during this accelerating fall, we shout. Sonoma is the scream of the man subjected to this rhythm, at the limit of his existence from which the primitive howl of the body arises. It is the pulse of humanity. Sonoma is the certainty that the virtual and the digital can only be overcome by a return to the origin, to the body. It's a journey from organic matter to a place between sleep and fiction, where the human meets the extraordinary. A journey to make everyday things strange, letting signs germinate, proliferate and communicate with the most irrational layers of humanity, where the united cries out to separate, and the separated seeks to be reunited.
Marcos Morau, born 1982 in Valencia, studied choreography at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona, the Conservatorio Superior de Danza de Valencia and Movement Research in New York. He started to work as a choreographic assistant with the Nederlands Dans Theater 2 and the company IT Dansa directed by Catherine Allard. In 2005 he founded the company La Veronal and in 2013 Morau was awarded the Premio Nacional de Danza by the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
Idea & artistic direction Marcos Morau
Choreography Marcos Morau in collaboration with the dancers
Dancers Lorena Nogal, Marina RodrÃguez, Sau-Ching Wong, Ariadna Montfort, Nuria Navarra, Ãngela Boix, Laia Duran, Anna Hierro Text El Conde de Torrefiel, La Tristura & Carmina Sanchis
Assistant to the director Estela Merlos
Artistic & dramaturgical advice Roberto Fratini
Vocal assistant MÃ²nica Almirall
Set design La Veronal
Costume design Silvia Delagneau
Lighting design Bernat JansÃ
Sound design Juan CristÃ³bal Saavedra Co-production Les ThÃ©Ã¢tres de la Ville de Luxembourg; Tanz im August / HAU Hebbel am Ufer; Grec 2020 Festival de Barcelona ? Institut de Cultura Ajuntament de Barcelona; Oriente Occidente Dance Festival; Theater Freiburg; Centro Cultural Conde Duque; Hessisches Staatsballett /Staatstheater Darmstadt & Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden; Sadler's Wells; Mercat de les Flors; Temporada Alta With the support of INAEM ? Ministerio de Cultura y Deporte de EspaÃ±a & ICEC ? Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya Vendredi 19 MARS 2021 Ã 20h00
Samedi 20 MARS 2021 Ã 20h00 RÃ©servation par e-mail ou par tÃ©lÃ©phone au +352 47 08 95-1 DURÃE inconnue, spectacle en crÃ©ationAdultes 25 ?, 20 ?, 15 ? / Jeunes 8 ? / Kulturpass bienvenu Lieu: Grand ThÃ©Ã¢tre / Grande Salle