Dance Great Hall
Very Very Slightly Eulàlia Bergadà
A choreographer tackling the creation of a new piece, the challenges faced when translating shapes originally planned for the body and the emotion of movement. Dancers, music and Eulàlia Bergadà herself will take the audience on a scenic journey where the harmony of all of its moving parts is interrupted by the imbalance between expectations and reality. Through movement, music and word, the choreographer questions the very fabric of choreography, composition and her way of understanding dance as an intangible art form. This dance will end up paving the way for others by creating a piece that is authentic, current and fleeting; a dance that goes far beyond simple shapes and ideals.
Eulàlia Bergadà, who blew us away four years ago with Gold Dust Rush, introduces us to her new work in which movement and the body are merged as one in an innovative scenic language.
A co-production by Teatre Principal de Palma, El Mercat de les Flors and Morlanda Creacions. In collaboration with: L’Estruch - Sabadell City Council, Graner Creation Centre for Dance and Live Art, Dans Brabant (the Netherlands), EiMa Centre de Creació and Auditori de Peguera
Direction and coreographer
Marc Naya, Evelyne Rossie, Olga Clavel, Maria Torrents
Lighting and sound design
Toni Ubach, Sergio Roca
Anna Bohigas, Inés Lambisto