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Noche

dance
23.02.2024

The meeting between dance and music, voice and rhythm, is central in Alma Söderberg’s new work Noche, in which her explorations take on a new form. At the same time slow and sudden, constantly recurring but nevertheless unpredictable, Noche (the night) brings a soft break with its own rhythm. The moonlight is at once sharp and confusing, the ground under one’s feet feels different. Nothing can be taken for granted, attention is increased. 

The night is the starting point for a different kind of music and dance, more uneven in its rhythm, more risky, but at the same time soft, warm and dark. With its pastel colored and blurred edges, Söderberg’s previous piece The Listeners is an evening work. Where it ends, Noche starts. From a soft web of several voices and movements, towards the interruption and the cut. 

• Winner of the Thalia Prize and associated with the Cullberg Ballet, Swedish choreographer and performer Alma Söderberg uses her body and voice to play the space as if it were a musical instrument. Curious about listening as much as seeing, she makes these combined perceptions a subject of research in her creations. In the summer of 2023, she worked together with Salva Sanchis and La Manufacture’s Bachelor of Contemporary Dance to create a performance co-presented by Kaaitheater & Charleroi Danse. 

presented by Periferik

choreography Alma Söderberg | music Dehendrik Lechat Willekens | dance & vocals Anna Fitoussi, Camille Prieux, Eleanor Campbell, Eszter Czédulás, Johanna Tengan, Katie Jacobson, Lilian Steiner, Mohamed Y. Shika, Noam Segal, Vincent Van der Plas | costume Behnaz Aram | lighting design Pol Matthé | dramaturge Igor Dobričić | artistic advice Anja Röttgerkamp