Twenty-seven perspectives can be thought of as a piece in resonance, a new blank page from which I restart. Maud Le Pladec

In her new piece Twenty-seven perspectives, the main focus for Maud Le Pladec is on the music. The young French choreographer transforms Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony into a ghostly score from which dance evolves – a play, a meditation on the number 27. Can I see what I hear, or can I hear what I see? In other words, how can you watch music and listen to dance? The movements and gestures of the dancers become virtual and virtuous counterpoints between hearing and seeing, movement and the vibrations and silence of deceptive appearance. Together with the composer Pete Harden, she delves deeply into the musical monument and creates a dancing symphony full of beauty and poetry.

With: Jeanne Stuart, Amanda Barrio Charmelo, Olga Dukhovnaya, Jacquelyn Elder, Simon Feltz, Maria Ferreira Silva, Aki Iwamoto, Daan Jaartsveld, Louis Nam Le Van Ho, Matthieu Chayrigues
Choreography: Maud Le Pladec

Premiere in the German-speaking area.