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Three Stravinsky

Three Stravinsky
Title Three Stravinsky
Date 2018-11-30 ~ 2018-12-02
Time 20:00 on weekdays, 15:00 on weekends
Venue Arts Center CJ Towol Theater
Price R 50,000won / S 40,000won / A 20,000won
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Renowned for his musical blend of classical tradition and unique contemporary character, Igor Stravinsky is considered one of the greatest composers of the twentieth century. In this performance, three of Stravinsky’s most representative works – ‘Agon’, ‘The Rite of Spring’ and ‘Symphony in C’ – are presented through the works of Kim Jaeduk, Ahn Sungsoo, and Jung Youngdoo.

A rare and exceptional performance of Stravinsky’s music performed by the Korean Symphony Orchestra and three choreographers! Three masterpieces of the versatile composer meet the talents of unique choreographers!

Choreography Kim Jaeduk,Ahn Sungsoo , Jung Youngdoo

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Choreography
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Kim Jaeduk
《Agon》

When there is a group of people, competition is bound to arise. Someone will get ahead while others fall behind. Humans, who cannot survive alone by nature, must inevitably “compete” and “coexist” with others at the same time. In this performance, Kim Jaeduk maintains the significance of Agon, but also, focuses on realizing the harmony between the music and choreography, remaining true to his choreographic philosophy of emphasizing movement over narrative structure. In this performance, Kim, who writes most of the music for his choreography, embarks on a new challenge by creating a new language of movement to accompany the music of ‘Agon’ written by Stravinsky. * ‘Agon’ signifies a ‘contest,’ ‘competition’ or ‘a conflict or combat between people.’ in ancient Greek.

 
 
Choreography Kim Jaeduk
Dancers Kim Jaeduk, Lee Jungin, Kim Laehyuk, Han Taejun, Lee Ungi, Kim Hansol, Kim Namhoon, Kim Hyoshin, Jo Hwiseong
 
 
 

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Jung Youngdoo
《Symphony In C》

Choreographer Jung Youngdoo, who chose Stravinsky’s ‘Symphony in C’ for this performance, is inspired by the people, landscapes and various scenes he encountered on a trip in preparation for this performance, which he then translates into his own unique movements. Jung focuses on creating a performance where music and dance can be appreciated together in unison. The dancers on stage create a unique landscape of movements shaped by the music, while the audiences are to imagine and create a landscape of their own from the performance.

 
 
Choreography Jung Youngdoo
Dancers Kim Joohee, Kim JiHye, Park Sangmi, Park Yura, Son Eungyo, Lee Seahyun, Jun Boram, Choi Dabin
 
 
 

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Ahn Sungsoo
《The Rite of Spring》

Stravinskyʾs ʿThe Rite of Springʾ, the music written “as he hears”, as Stravinsky once said met Ahn Sungsoo, the choreographer known as dancing “as he hears”. Whereas Ahn’s Rose from 2009 centered on the narrative and image, his The Rite of Spring in 2018 emphasizes musical sensibility and interpretation while highlighting the contrast between the delicate expression of femininity and the dynamic energy of masculinity.

 
 
 
Choreography Ahn Sungsoo
Dancers Kim Minji, Kim Minjin, Kim Seungwoo, Kim Hyun, Park Hweeyeon, Bae Hyosub, Seo Bokwon, Seo Ilyoung, Sung Changyong, An Namkeun, Lee Yujin, Chun Jongwon
 
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