Dance Great Hall
Double Infinite. The Bluebird Call
Catalan, Spanish, English
Between 8 and 25 euros
From 12 years
With 35 years of background, establishing them as one of our country's dance benchmarks, Pep Ramis and María Muñoz gather again on stage.
In this Mal Pelo's creations duo format journey, Ramis and Muñoz give themselves space and time to delve deeper and discover new movement language, thought and playwriting territories. This is how they created Quarere (1989), L'animal a l'esquena (2001) and El Cinquè Hivern (2015) – three pieces far in time that were turning points in their stage research.
Now, after closing their project around J.S. Bach music, Bach Project, which culminated with Highlands – an ambitious and powerful piece with eight dancers, a string quartet and a voice quartet –they return to an intimate format.
Double infinite. The Bluebird Call is a piece made out of fragility, simplicity and love for a trade that continues questioning them about identity, the individual, the group or about the body – the great revealer of one's own strengths.
A Mal Pelo, Théâtre de la Ville, Paris, National Theatre of Catalonia, GREC Festival de Barcelona, Teatre Principal de Palma de Mallorca, High Season-International Festival of Catalonia, Girona/Salt co-production
With the support of: Théâtre Garonne, Toulouse; Madrid Autumn Festival and L'animal a l'esquena, Celrà
Direction and performance
María Muñoz. Pep Ramis
Joel Bardolet, violin; Quiteria Muñoz, soprano; Bruno Hurtado, violoncello
August Viladomat/Lluís Martí
Pep Ramis/Adrià Miserachs
Carme Puigdevall i Plantés
John Berger/Erri de Luca/Nick Cave/Mal Pelo
Promotion and distribution