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A SONG TO HEAR YOU ARRIVING

Sofia Dinger (Lisbon)

03.11. 15:00 – 16:00

Einstein Kultur

entrance € 14,00 | reduced € 7,00

Artist talk after the performance, moderated by Maria Rößler

In English

  • Induktive Höranlage
  • Rollstuhlzugang mit Aufzug

This song is about
I miss you, but sometimes I don't , because I almost forget (you).
I never thought that to mourn would be like this.
It's about the last time we laughed together
that last last time we laughed together
that perfect last time
It's about laughing one last time together, again and again.
This song is about
all those ghosts : I want to talk to them. We can still play birds.

 

A SONG TO HEAR YOU ARRIVING is an individual requiem, an extremely personal ritual of grief. The solo performance searches for words to address to a deceased person. What is ultimately created is a tapestry of sound made up of fragments of text, birdcalls, drumbeats, laughter, tears and an epilogue.

#Performance / Ritual  #Generations in Exchange 

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Cast

Concept and performance Sofia Dinger Artistic advisors Rimah Jabr | Rodrigo Amado | Edit Kaldor Dramaturg Maria Rößler Light and sound advice Daniel Worm | Tiago Cerqueira

Biography

Sofia Dinger is a theatre maker who is writing her own works. Important stations of her career so far are the :1Space Project which took her to Palestine, the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa;  the Under Construction Festival, the research platform Try Angle and the IGS - Institute of Global Solitude in Lisbon. She studied at DAS Theatre in Amsterdam, where her work A SONG TO HERE YOU ARRIVING was created.

Production and realization

Co-produced by Alkantara (Lisbon) and Teatro Maria Matos (Lisbon) Supported by 1SPACE (KVS/ALKANTARA/EXODUS)./Creative Europe Programme of the European Union Artistic residencies Forum Dança, Rivoli Teatro Municipal do Porto, Latoaria and Osso Colectivo Special thanks to DAS Theatre (Amsterdam), João Ferro Martins, Ana Dinger and the wise Ludo Abicht.

Alkantara is funded by República Portuguesa - Cultura | DGArtes - Direção Geral das Artes.