I will be part of a big collaboration between the duo Un Fil Rouge (Germany), the french choreographer Samuel Feldhandler and german actress Renate Obermaier and actor Heinzl Spagl. The project, called “BRUNO SCHULZ – EINE ANNÄHERUNG”, is an homage to the polish writer and fine artist (regarded as one of the most fascinating european artist of the 20th century) and an approach to the unique world and atmosphere created by Schulz:
…”Bruno Schulz created his own world in two separate mediums – painting and literature- and we believe we can come closer to this world through the dialogue between two other art forms – dance and music- and make his work accessible to a broader audience.
For “Bruno Schulz – One Approach” we commissioned a composer, Jose Manuel Serrano (* 1982) and a choreographer, Samuel Feldhandler (*1993) who will both interpret and stage the musicality of the prose and the painterly work of Bruno Schulz.
Actress Renate Obermaier and actor Heinzl Spagl from the Theater in Marienbad will read texts from “Cinnamon Shops” and “Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass”.
“Abîme des oiseaux” from Olivier Messiaen’s “Quatuor pour la fin du temps» for clarinet solo will be another musical facet of the evening. “
Text by Un Fil Rouge (Sylvie Altenburger and Walter Ifrim)
This great project, for which I feel very glad on being invited, is curated by the members of Un Fil Rouge, violist Sylvie Altenburger (France/Germany) and clarinetist Walter Ifrim (Rumania/Germany).
More info at: http://unfilrouge.eu/de/index.html