The Seasons Parade is back - A Tribute to Pina Bausch at the Liebling Haus

Autumn is at its peak, and we are getting ready to perform Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter - the legendary work of Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch. We begin by studying and practicing the dance movements in Bialik square, then continue to perform on the beach in Tel Aviv. The performance, complete with Louis Armstrong’s original soundtrack, will be filmed and sent to Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch’s online project, Nelken-Line, where it will be featured together with other performances from around the world.

“We forget where the movements come from - they are born of life.”

Dancer and choreographer Pina Bausch (1940-2009) is one of the most important and influential modern dance creators. Bausch combined theater and dance, incorporating movements from daily life, facial expressions, text, and her dancers’ personal experiences. The dance company she founded and managed, Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, continues to perform her works around the world. “Lines” are a recurring characteristic element in many of Bausch’s pieces, with dancers performing sequences of repetitive steps and gestures while lining up in a long queue. Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter - part of Nelken (Carnations, 1982) - is a line that represents the four seasons.

The activity takes place in a capsule format, per the Ministry of Health’s guidelines and the Purple Label scheme. Please wear your face masks and maintain physical distance.

Image: Still film from Pina (2011) by Wim Wenders.
Date & Time
Place
Bialik square
Language
Hebrew
Price
Free admission, pre-registration required

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