Event Drumming
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Venue Festival Theatre, Adelaide, SA
Umbrella Event The Telstra Adelaide Festival 2000
First Date 15 March 2000
Opening Date 15 March 2000
Last Date 16 March 2000
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere No
Description The complete work by Reich is interpreted by the Rosas company without parallel in terms of skill, intelligence and committment. Drumming was created in 1998 and offers an immersive intense experience in pure dance: inspirational solos, apparently random spatial arrangements which suddenly fall into place amongst the music's serial patterning, split second timing, ultra-energy and ultimate grace. it hurtles through to the last moment, taking you as an absorbing novel might to the sudden unexpected coup de grace. At break neck speed this is also movingly elegant dance.
Description Source Brochure
Primary Genre Dance
Secondary Genre Contemporary
  • Rosas, Presenting Company
Name Function Notes
Geert Peymen Assistant Set Designer Assistant Lighting Designer
Anna Teresa de Keersmaeker Choreographer
Steve Reich Composer
Nathalie Douxfils Costume Assistant
Dries Van Noten Costume Designer
Iris Bouche Dancer
Bruce Campbell Dancer
Marta Coronado Dancer
Roberto Olivan de a Iglesia Dancer
Alix Eynaudi Dancer
Fumiyo Ikeda Dancer
Martin Kilvady Dancer
Oliver Koch Dancer
Cynthia Loemij Dancer
Ursula Robb Dancer
Taka Shamoto Dancer
Rosalba Torres Dancer
Guy Peeters Lighting Designer Lighting Operator
Anne Van Aerschot Production Supervisor
Jan Versweyveld Set Designer Lighting Designer
Alexandre Fostier Sound Operator/Engineer
Freek Boey Stage Director
Frank Vandezande Stage Director
Luc Galle Technical Director
Text Nationality Belgium
Production Nationality Australia
Further Information The second of three works in the Festival demonstrating the connections and achievements of the company from their very beginnings to the present.
Data Source
Source Description
Brochure The Telstra Adelaide Festival 2000 guide
Programme Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker & Rosas programme
Event Identifier 100353