Between 2009-2012 I created these three full-length works. Each one wove together baroque or medieval music with contemporary Duncan-based movement, and sought to create a unified choreography of dancers and musicians. Coming from an expanded choreographic perspective, I was experimenting with how my own artistic voice met the historic work I was involved in. These works were performed in London, Rome, and New York. My current work is shifting in new directions: see research.
Song of the Sibyl (excerpt)
Dance, poetry and music combine in this exploration of the Sibyls myth cycle: Greco-Roman seers and goddesses who were both powerful and prisoners. Cast of singer, actor, dancers, original text Nika Gorodetskaya. Toured in London, New York, CT and Rome.
Urgent, beautiful and lonely all at once– Cloud Dance Festival
Bach Motets (trailer)
Choreographed concert blurring the boundaries between singers and dancers, presented at St John’s Smith Square. Concept and commission by the Musicall Compass.
…choreography is flowing and coherent, evoking recognisable baroque sculptural groupings – for example, a couple of PietásEarly Music Review
La Clausura Sconfinata (The Cloister Without Walls)
Baroque music, Gregorian chant and Duncan-based contemporary dance interweave in this interdisciplinary work exploring the paradoxical richness of inner life within the cloister.
The performance continues to resonate…-Dr. Helen Hills, York University