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  • Foto/Picture: Jesús Robisco. Bailarina/Dancer: Tamako Akiyama
  • Foto/Picture: Jesús Robisco. Bailarines/Dancers: Daan Vervoort, Mattia Russo,  Lucio Vidal, Mar Aguiló
  • Foto/Picture: Jesús Robisco. Bailarines/Dancers: Mar Aguiló, Agnès López Río
  • Foto/Picture: Jesús Robisco. Bailarina/Dancer: Tamako Akiyama
  • Foto/Picture: Jesús Robisco. Bailarines/Dancers: Daan Vervoort, Mattia Russo, Lucio Vidal, Mar Aguiló
  • Foto/Picture: Jesús Robisco. Bailarines/Dancers: Mar Aguiló, Agnès López Río

NIPPON-KOKU. Marcos Morau & La Veronal

CND REPERTOIRE

  • Duration: 1h 17min
  • Artistic assistant: Roberto Fratini
  • Dramaturgy: Pablo Gisbert
  • Lighting design: Albert Faura
  • Set design: Enric Planas
  • Costumes: David Delfín
  • Music: Luis Miguel Cobo and collage*
  • Choreographer assistant: Lorena Nogal
  • Choreography: Marcos Morau & La Veronal in collaboration with the CND dancers
  • Direction: Marcos Morau & La Veronal
  • World premiere by Compañía Nacional de Danza on February 8th, 2014 at Naves del Español, Madrid (Spain).
  • As Kieslowski did in the eighties, the La Veronal company is creating a decalogue where each piece takes a country or city in the world as a starting point, creating an analogy between dance and geography. The pieces are not intended as a direct description of a place or country. Rather, they make use of elements suggested by the place-name to develop an idea, an argument.

    Nippon-Koku, an original creation for Compañía Nacional de Danza, will complete that Decalogue. It is the first collaboration between CND & La Veronal. La Veronal is made up of artists that come from dance, cinema, photography and literature. The artistic team's mission is the constant search for new expressive media, for cultural references – cinema, literature, music and photography, mostly – and to commit to a strong narrative language with the intention of creating global art spaces.

    • *Georg Friedrich Händel: Serse / Act 1 - Ombra mai fu (Largo);
    • Franz Liszt: Liebestraum No.3 in A flat,
    • S.541; Hanayo: Kimigayo;
    • Los Panchos: Boku Wa Naichichi;
    • John Philip Sousa: US Field Artillery;
    • Japanese traditional music: Toheganse, Ninin Wank yû, Sha Kuhachi.

    External Link. Album CND Flickr Nippon-Koku by Morau & La Veronal