Landscapes and Dances

Through a series of collaborations, musicians, dancers and a VJ creates relationships, connections and expressions of classical music through contemporary art using the format of a concert. The program consists of five pieces of baroque and contemporary classical music for flute, guitar, piano and cello; each of the pieces features a collaborating artist that transforms the musical material into his/her artistic medium – dance or visuals.  The project explores the concepts of diversity, understanding, tolerance, communication, of mutual giving and receiving. The goal is to create a world where variety is celebrated, where artists and audience meet without prejudice and boundaries of time, style and medium and enjoy the sharing and reinterpretation of their creative stories through another’s eyes.

Nika Bauman (flute, direction), Virna Kljaković (piano), Marko Ferlan (guitar, e-bass), Andrija Šimić (cello), Antonia Dorbić (dance), Rino Indiono (dance), Peter Ferlan (VJ)

Works by: Peteris Vasks, Georg Phillip Telemann, Dušan Bogdanović, Marko Ferlan, George Crumb, Andre Jolivet