3 weeks of webcast - January 9 to 29 at the time of your choice.
This encounter between dance and film sheds new light on the work of Ohad Naharin, a leading figure in international contemporary dance. It amplifies the intensity of the movements and emotions of Gaga, the widely known technique developed by the choreographer.
Working closely with director Roee Shalti, Naharin uses video effects to add a new choreographic layer to his stage work. Like another performer, the camera moves, accelerates and decelerates, magnifying bodies and gestures, revealing an obscure world in which a code seems to be constantly written and erased. Set to the timeless music of Isao Tomita, this fusion of disciplines and creative expressions naturally transports us into a futuristic and enigmatic universe.
Hora – The Movie is another opportunity to delve into the fascinating evolution of Ohad Naharin’s work in search of new ways to create and experience dance.
This Digidance webcast is an initiative of DanceHouse (Vancouver), with Danse Danse (Montreal), Harbourfront Centre (Toronto), National Arts Centre (Ottawa).
WEBCAST PERFORMANCE ON DEMAND
By buying an access you obtain a link giving you access to streaming between January 9 and November 29, 2023 at the time of your choosing.
Available in Canada only.
Tickets start at $16.00
Photo © Gadi Dagon.
An Israeli choreographer known for his incisive style, Ohad Naharin has transformed the landscape of contemporary dance in Israel, turning preconceived ideas about dance upside down. His characteristic approach is to push the limits of dance, for he is open to everything that is human, to all cultures and art forms, to all manner of movement. Whimsical and rebellious, he is a much sought-after choreographer.
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Batsheva Dance Company has been critically acclaimed and popularly embraced as one of the foremost contemporary dance companies in the world. Together with its junior Batsheva Ensemble, the Company boasts a roster of 34 dancers drawn from Israel and abroad. Batsheva maintains an extensive performance schedule locally and internationally with over 250 performances and over 75,000 spectators per year.
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Dedicated to Sofia Naharin.
Batsheva Dance Company thanks its American friends for their generous support in the production of this film The Chleck Family Foundation; The Zita and Mark Bernstein Family Foundation; The Jerome L. Stern Family Foundation; Nurit and Rick Amdur; American Friends of Batsheva New Works Fund.
Director Ohad Naharin.
Cinematographer Roee Shalti.
Editors Roee Shalti and Ohad Naharin.
Costume design Eri Nakamura.
Music Isao Tomita, Modest Moussorgsky, Claude Debussy, Charles Ives, Yehonatan Oppenheim, Ikeda Ryoji, Richard Strauss, Richard Wagner, Joaquin Rodrigo, Edvard Grieg, Jean Sibelius.
Performed by dancers of the Batsheva Dance Company, 2021-2022 season Chen Agron, Billy Barry, Matan Cohen, Yael Ben Ezer, Ben Green, Sean Howe, Chiaki Horita, Londiwe Khoza, Chun Woong Kim, Shir Levi, Ohad Mazor, Yoni (Yonatan) Simon, Hani Sirkis, Amalia Smith, and Igor Ptashenchuk.
An Online World Premiere March 11-13, 2022.
Co-produced by Factory 54.