En raison des restrictions de circulation liées à la crise sanitaire, le spectacle Hora est annulé.
CREATED at the Jerusalem Theater, Israel, May 18, 2009
With Hora, the choreographer Ohad Naharin continues to push the limits of a work open to all that is human, to the influences of all culture, all art, all manner of movement. "Hora is the name of a folk dance in Israel that is highly symbolic, because it reflects the joyous celebrations of the first pioneers." In a minimalist stage set — a laboratory perhaps ? — Naharin deploys accelerated movements, suspended phrases, broken sequences, disjointed positions, in a climactic succession of unrelenting energy. His most abstract score to date — with plenty of nods to his other ballets that are sure to delight connoisseurs, yet without damping the experience of the neophyte — Hora is an invitation to openness and to the pure joy of dance.
CHOREOGRAPHY Ohad Naharin
DECORATIONS & LIGHTS Avi Yona Bueno (Bambi)
SOUND DESIGN AND EDITING Maxim Waratt
COSTUMES Eri Nakamura
BENCH DESIGN Amir Raveh
SOUND Nir Klajman
MUSIC (ARRANGEMENTS AND INTERPRETATION) Isao Tomita sauf pour Data Matrix Ryoji Ikeda d’après Moussorgsky, R. Strauss, Wagner, Ives, Grieg, J. Williams, Sibelius, Debussy.
Batsheva Dance Company
Montpellier Danse 2010
Lincoln Center Festival
New York City