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# Track Artist/Composer Duration
1.Prelude to a JourneyJean Michel Bernard6:23
2.Waltz für ErrolynJean Michel Bernard7:30
3.BruissementsJean Michel Bernard3:38
4.Maniac DanceJean Michel Bernard6:15
5.Journey to a MarketJean Michel Bernard5:48
6.Little Dancing GirlJean Michel Bernard4:22
7.Baroque Cosmic AlchemyJean Michel Bernard6:35
8.Sir CharlesJean Michel Bernard2:03
9.Journey Through Space and TimeJean Michel Bernard4:39
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Added on Friday, June 10, 2016  

The burgeoning dance programme at the Print Room continues in spring with the world premiere of Hubert Essakow’s Terra, the final part of his trilogy exploring the elements – water, fire and earth. This will be the first dance performance in the main auditorium of the Print Room’s new home, the Coronet in Notting Hill. Booker Prize-winning novelist Ben Okri has been commissioned to write a new poem to accompany the work.

In Terra, the Print Room’s Artistic Associate Hubert Essakow sends his six dancers on journeys through the shifting horizons and changing seasons of an unpredictable earth. They mine down through layers of earth in a theatrical landscape created by Belgian visual artists Sofie Lachaert and Luc d’Hanis in their first design commission.

Essakow’s expressive detailed choreography entwines with Ben Okri’s spoken text to explore how we humans interact with the earth in our search for home. French composer Jean Michel-Bernard (who has written scores for directors Martin Scorsese and Michel Gondry) has created a filmic sound environment.

**** “Atmospheric and intricately choreographed” The Stage

“Highly atmospheric, rich in imagery and suggestion. Essakow has a gift for crafting physical detail and for composing movement: it’s a rare quality, and worth seeing in action.” The Guardian

**** “A truly immersive and captivating piece…that draws your attention from start to finish” Everything Theatre

**** “This is a highly skilled visual exploration of man’s relationship to the physical world.” Londonist

“All five dancers [perform] a felicitous mix of classical and contemporary dance, with ease and tremendous expressiveness” Culture Whisper

More info at: Coronet Print Room


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