National Ballet of Kosovo
»Recomposed » highlights the role of the community and the place of the individual in our society.
How do you recompose with ourselves, within a group.
This evocation of power and individual choices explores the cultural context, through a contemporary recomposition of a classical musical score.
The performers are mingled with a strong physicality and a brilliant lyricism, embracing the musical scores of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, recomposed by the contemporary composer Max Richter.
The choreographic compositions associated with the musical scores provide an ideal setting to reveal the touching fragility of the performers of this atypical ballet, with a total commitment, a touching sincerity within the work.
» Recomposed » refers us to the current state of Kosovo, its future, its perception of traditions that all dancers share with Albanian culture.
A work that reminds us how the experience of otherness is a foundation of the human, of his experience to understand the world, for a better conscience and a respect of the work that each one accomplishes and carries in his cultural and artistic sphere.
‘A political work that portrays the vitality of Kosovar society in its march towards individual, universal liberties, a complex but unstoppable process.’’ Matteo Ghisalberti.
Choreography – Christophe Béranger and Jonathan Pranlas-Descours
25 dancers of National Ballet of Kosovo –
Baleti Kombëtar i KosovësSinan Kajtazi, Fatmir Smani, Teuta Krasniqi, Sead Vuniqi, Fisnik Smani, Donmir Bilalli, Drilon Podrimcaku, Ilir Krasniqi, Vjollca Llugiqi, Niki Musolli, Aulone Nuhiu, Jeta L. Musolli, Mimoza Bytyqi, Luljeta Ademi, Muhamet Meti Bikliqi, Leonora Rexhepi , Mimoza Bytyqi, Mari-gonë Hoxha.
Duration – 45’’min
Music – Recomposed by Max Richter – The Four Season / Vivaldi
Costume Design – Pauline Kieffer
Light creation – Christophe Béranger
Ballet National of Kosovo – Baleti Kombëtar i Kosovës
Dirección – AHMET BRAHIMAJ
Production – SINE QUA NON ART , National Ballet of Kosovo – Pristina
Project initiated by the Europeen Program –
Culture for All / Phase III
With the support –
French Embassy of Kosovo,Ministry of Foreign Affairs ofKosovo, Teatroskop, le Centre Intermondes and the city of La Rochelle, L’institut Français + Ville de La Rochelle, The municipality of Pristina, National Ballet of Kosovo, La Coursive – Scène Nationale de La Rochelle