“Journeys” is part of a series of concerts called "Entertainment in Containment 20/20", presented by Biblioteek Productions. These mini-productions are 20 minutes each and are being rolled out once a week for twenty weeks.
This project is a collaboration between freelance classical musicians and dancers from Cape Town City Ballet with guest artists from New World Dance Theatre. Apart from music and dance, they have experimented with using projections, shadows and integrating thier art into nature.
"Catherine Stephenson (flute), Albert Combrink (piano) and Graham Du Plessis (cello) provide a soundtrack for dancers from Cape Town City Ballet, with choreography by Kristin Wilson as part of the City of Cape Towns Choreolab initiative.
Be transported along babbling brooks with an arrangement of Smetana's Moldau, fly across eddies of snow with The Snowman, be seduced by the wiles of a fiery woman with music from Bizet's opera Carmen, and experience the passion of Argentinian Tango with Piazzolla's Oblivion and Libertango."
For more information on their project, please visit their Facebook Event page (Facebook Event: Journeys), where you will find information on the performers and see some "behind the scenes" footage.
Tickets for "Journeys" are R80 and can be bought through Quicket. The e-ticket will be usable from the launch on Friday 2 October at 20h00 (GMT+2) until Thursday 8 October at 23h00 (GMT+2)