Mon

22.4.

20:30
Heather Frasch + Parallax | Zacarias Maia | Sophie Watzlawick + Marcello S. Busato

Sat

4.5.

Sat

18.5.

20:00 Premiere
Rodrigo Zorzanelli

Sun

19.5.

19:00
Rodrigo Zorzanelli

Thu

27.6.

20:00 Premiere
Klara Kirsch | Milena Bühring | Enrico Bordieri

Fri

28.6.

20:00
Klara Kirsch | Milena Bühring | Enrico Bordieri

Sat

29.6.

20:00
Klara Kirsch | Milena Bühring | Enrico Bordieri

Productions

  • © Dieter Hartwig

  • © Dieter Hartwig

  • © Dieter Hartwig

  • © Dieter Hartwig

  • © Dieter Hartwig

  • © Dieter Hartwig

Songs & Dances about the Weather

Company Christoph Winkler

The dance piece combines stories about African rainmaking rituals with the poetic representation of climate data of melting glaciers in Europe. In this way, two phenomena of disappearance are brought into context and made tangible with the help of three-dimensional projections.

 

Christoph Winkler has created more than 80 dance pieces as a freelance artist since 1996 and is one of Germany’s most distinguished and versatile choreographers. His work covers a wide spectrum of formats and ranges from very personal to political themes. Under the umbrella of Company Christoph Winkler, he brings together dancers from all over the world to work together as temporary collectives on a broad spectrum of content.

Premiere

  • Oct 05, 2023
Past Dates
  • Oct 05, 2023
  • Oct 06, 2023
  • Oct 07, 2023
  • Oct 08, 2023

Tickets

15 | 10 Euro
For online tickets, 13% presale fee and 2,- Euro service fee are charged in addition to the basic ticket price by the provider Reservix.

Duration

60 minutes

Language

English, Luganda

By and with

Oluwafemi Israel Adebajo, Ridwan Rasheed, Michael Kaddu 

Concept

Christoph Winkler

3D artists

Yaron Maim, Martin Böttger, Matthias Härtig

Costumes

Marie Akoury

Video Editing & Graphic

Gabriella Fiore

Technical direction

Fabian Eichner

Sound

Björn Stegmann

Technical assistence

Carina Panther

Production management

Laura Biagioni

 
A production by Company Christoph Winkler in cooperation with Ballhaus Ost. Funded by the Hauptstadtkulturfonds and the Senate Department for Culture and Social Cohesion.