The music itself is the main inspiration behind this ballet. Bach wanted the number three to feature significantly in this piece of music in different ways. Naturally, then, the number three features in the choreography also. It starts off with an introduction danced by three couples. Later, in Act 2, each couple dances one of three different comic duets. As the choreography aims at creating a ballet for young dancers later wishing to join the company, it begins with classical, almost academic ballet movements, shifting into neoclassical movements. The piece then incorporates increasingly complex movements as it progresses.
- World premiere: Compañía Nacional de Danza at Teatro Pavón Kamikaze, Madrid (Spain), February 1st 2018
Choreography:Seh Yun Kim
Music:Brandenburg Concertos J.S Bach: No. 3 BWV 1048, I, II, III and No. 6 BWV 1051 II, Adagio
Costume Design:Seh Yun Kim in collaboration with the CND's atelier
Lighting Design:Seh Yun Kim in collaboration with the CND
Assistant to the choreographer:Anthony Pina
Premiere cast CND:Daniella Oropesa, Sara Khatiboun, Giulia Paris, Cristian Lardiez, Iván Sánchez, Roberto Sánchez