Konsert 2 - Bindu Sagar - möte mellan två dansare
Stockholm Sangeet Festival - Konsert kl 15.00
Det nyskrivna verket Bindu Sagar är ett möte mellan Odissidansaren Ulrika Larsen och Pauline Reibell som dansar Bharatanatyam. Givetvis till tonerna av levande musik på sitar och tabla av Stian Grimstad och Hugo Widén.
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I föreställningen Bindu Sagar möts de två dansarna liksom deras respektive indiska klassiska dansformer Odissi och Bharatanatyam. Utgångspunkten är spoken word och poesi i dialog med abhinaya, den indiska klassiska dansen i sin uttryckande form med handgester- mudra, mimik, skulpturala poser och laddade känslostämningar. Bindu Sagar är en hyllning både till havet och till Devi- universums moder och källan till alltings skapelse, i hennes många olika aspekter. Det är poesi i rörelse särskilt skapad för Musikvalvets intima rum till tonerna av levande musik på sitar och tabla.
If the whole manifestation is considered to be the waves, the Self, as pointed by the sages, would be the ocean, Sagar.
If the whole manifestation is the never ending expanding universe with its endless cycles of creation, preservation and destruction, the triangle of life, the dot, in the middle, is not subject to change and doesn't belong to time. It is the Bindu, the nature of who we are from where all creation comes from.
Bindu Sagar is a void, yet the source of all energy, in the midst of the constantly flowing waves. It is what we are and from where all movements emerge and disappear.
From a single hand gesture, a mudra, all the emotions can be expressed, narration intertwining with abstraction. When the esthetic joy arises, the stage and its participants are left in Bindu Sagar, a place of rest.
Pauline Reibell -Bharatanatyam
Pauline Reibell has been dancing Bharatanatyam- South Indian classical dance professionally more than 15 years and learned from Malavika in Paris, which is her place of birth, and from Sucheta Chapekar in Pune, India. Since 2005 Pauline has worked as a freelance dancer with companies like MAMU theatre in Germany (Butô), ANGIKA and ATMA dance company and Midnight tango in London. After many years of experience and exploration with Bharata Natyam, Yoga and other forms of movement, Pauline wants to bring the expressive quality of Indian classical dance along with mantras from yoga tradition celebrating words of wisdom with sound, hand gestures and drishti, the intention and focus of the gaze.
Ulrika Larsen -Odissi
Ulrika Larsen is one of Sweden´s leading exponents of Odissi- East Indian classical dance with a rigorous training in India as an ICCR scholar from eminent Gurus like Ramani Ranjana Jena, Aruna Mohanty, Sujata Mohapatra and at Nrityagram. Ulrika works as a professional dancer, choreographer and teacher since 2002 and holds a Master degree diploma in Directing and Dramaturgy for Movements Arts from Stockholm University of the Arts. As the Artistic Director of Odissi Dansproduktion and Farhang´s dance platform Movement in exile Ulrika promotes classical Odissi in Sweden. She also explores Indian classical dance within contemporary contexts and delves into its various expressions and movements in many collaborative works with other performing artists and musicians.
Stian Grimstad -Sitar
Stian Grimstad started his sitarstudies in 1996 and have since then continued his studies through frequent visits to India. After the initial training from the late Sambonath Bhattacharya he continued under the guidance of Khursid Ali Khan, a former student of Ustad Vilayat Khan, and since 2005 also from Gaurav Mazumdar, a senior student of Pandit Ravi Shankar.
Hugo Widén -Tabla
Hugo Widén is a Swedish tabla player, percussionist and drummer born into a musical family. His father, a professional guitarist and singer, started teaching him music from an early age. Hugo has studied the Indian Tabla under the guidance of his guru Suranjana Ghosh who follows the Lucknow Gharana and plays concerts around the world. Hugo has, with many different projects and bands, played many concerts around Sweden, Europe and India. He has over the years focused on many different musical styles such as pop, rock, punk, jazz, Hip-hop and music from different parts of the world. Today, Hugo mostly focuses on Indian classical music on Tabla and Reggae on drumkit.