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Anna Holter & Company


ECHO – from yesterday and tomorrow

Meeting-Trilogy, Part III: People and Memory Spaces

Dance performance by Anna Holter. With Nadine Gerspacher, Linda Samaraweerová, Vivian Holm and Anna Holter


Première: 20th October 2006, 8.30 pm

Further Performances: 21., 22., 24. and 25. October, 8.30pm




In Brief


Echo is the third part of the Meeting Trilogy, in which Anna Holter and her dancers explore certain social situations. Following Meeting with Oneself (2004) and Involved (2005) in the third production Holter takes the relationship between memory and spatial perception as her theme.
Produced with the generous support of the Kulturreferat der Landeshauptstadt Munich, Bayerischer Landesverband für Zeitgenössichen Tanz (BLZT), Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst and Tanztendenz Munich e.V., the Swedish Embassy and i-camp/neues theater münchen.

Anna Holter & Company


ECHO – from yesterday and tomorrow

Meeting-Trilogy, Part III: People and Memory Spaces




About ECHO – from yesterday and tomorrow
Space does not exist in isolation, it rather reveals itself with every step which is taken into it.
The Swedish Choreographer Anna Holter, the “greatest hope of the Munich dance scene” (Süddeutsche Zeitung) presents her latest production Echo in i camp / neues theater münchen in October 2006.
Echo is part of a trilogy in which Holter and her dancers experiment with specific social ideas. Following Meeting with Oneself (2004, Meeting-Trilogy Part I) and Involved (2005, Meeting-Trilogy Part II) Holter takes spatial perception and memory as her theme for Part III.
What affect do particular places have on different people? What is unlocked in them? What links individuals to particular rooms and spaces and how can these subjective experiences and dreams be expressed in an intersubjective language of dance or movement? Associations with places, associations with scenes, associations with oneself, associations with associations, associations with what else. Dance.
Different people, each with individual ways of life, stories, dreams and memories - all influenced by their subjective spatial perception – collectively create a space – who is an actor, who audience? This collective space is a real space, as real as it is visible, audible, touchable, and can be heard, felt, seen, thought about to each individual’s senses. A collective perception of space will be created by movement and dance – a concrete room which can be collectively experienced.
The distinctive and unforgettably fluid movement of Anna Holter’s choreography is of course immediately visually perceived by the audience. She and her dancers discover familiar locations anew: the all too familiar theatre stage, the so-called boards, which represent the so-called world, these appear as fluid locations in a way it would be impossible to draw on a map. The stage looks as if it has never been walked upon, the world as it has never been seen.
Suddenly, personal and individual memories intrude into this new world, history is made. Scars heal over old wounds, everything flows. What Anna Holter and her dancers can make out of such a situation with their bodies, with their dancing abilities can be seen nowhere else, can be read in no library in the universe, you have to see it for yourself.

Anna Holter & Company


ECHO – from yesterday and tomorrow

Meeting-Trilogy, Part III: People and Memory Spaces




Anna Holter | Choreographer
Anna Holter, the “greatest hope of the Munich dance scene” (Peter Boenisch in the Süddeutsche Zeitung on Zooming - A Solo for Three, 2001) was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1976. As a child she took ballet and theatre classes and at the age of 11 began jazz dance. What started as a hobby quickly took over a large proportion of her free time: further lessons in classical ballet, contemporary dance and hip-hop followed. Only after finishing school did she decide to make her passion her career. The pursuit of that aim led her to Munich in 1995, where she studied at the Iwanson School of Contemporary Dance until 1997.
Since then she has worked as a dancer and choreographer in Germany, Sweden, Austria, Italy and Switzerland. In addition she was invited to the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich as a guest lecturer. She teaches regularly at the Theaterraum drama school in Munich.
In April 2005 she organised the Swedish dance evening Ikväll svenskt in i-camp/neues theater münchen, to which she invited Charlotta Öfverholm and her comapny Jus de la Vie from Stockholm.
In summer 2005 she assisted the choreographer Amir Hosseinpour on the production Zoroastre (Jean-Philippe Rameau; Direction: Pierre Audi),at the Drottningholms Slotsteater in Stockholm. The success of this production led to invitations to the Amsterdam and to the Holland Festival in spring 2005. In summer the production was filmed for, among others, Swedish television.
In Autumn 2005 Anna Holter toured with the Bayerische Staatsoper

to Tokyo and Yokohama.


In spring 2006 she was invited to the Moderna Dansteatern in Stockholm with Meeting with Oneself and as the German representative to the dance festival Danse a Lille in France.


Anna Holter has worked as a dancer with the following choreographers (selection):

Nicole Caccivio, Keegan-Dolan, Mia Lawrence, Charlotta Överholm, Irina Pauls, Johanna Richter, Ramses Sigl, Itztoc Kovac, Milli Bitterli, Rosemary Butcher, Amir Hosseinpour.


For further information see: www.aholter.com

Anna Holter & Company


ECHO – from yesterday and tomorrow

Meeting-Trilogy, Part III: People and Memory Spaces




Choreographies by Anna Holter

2005 Involved

Piece for 5 dancers, 75 min. | Location:



i-camp/neues theater münchen.
2005 Fachgespräche (Subject Matters)

Piece for 6 students from the Theaterraum Munich, 90 min. Direction in collaboration with Gesche Piening | Location: Theater ... und so fort.



2005 Gedankengang ( Wandering Thoughts)


Piece for 7 students from the Theaterraum Munich, 90 min. Direction in collaboration with Gesche Piening | Location: Theater ... und so fort.
2004/05 Meeting with Oneself

Piece for 4 dancers, 45 min. | Location: Metropol Theater in Munich, i-camp/neues theater münchen, Tanzspeicher in Würzburg, Moderna Dansteatern Stockholm, Danse à Lille, France.


2003/04 Meeting with Oneself - work-in-progress

2 Performers, 3x6 min. | Location: i-camp/neues theater münchen, Tanzimpulse Munich and Argekultur Reihe transAlpin, Salzburg.


2002 Insideout

Piece for 3 dancers and a poet, 20 min. |

Location: Theater... und sofort, Munich.
2002 Preview; 1st time told

Solo with poet, 25 min. | Location: i-camp/neues theater münchen. Festival „The best of Munich“, Gauting.


2001 In-dividuum alias atomo

Solo, 25 min. Location: Dansens Hus, Stockholm. i-camp/neues theater münchen.


2001 Notes

Piece for 2 dancers, 20 min. In collaboration with Andrea Sonnenberger | Location: Metropol Theater, Munich.


2001 Flubdub

Piece for 3 dancers & DJ. Choreography with Helmut Ott and Andrea Sonnberger | Location: Nürnberg.



Anna Holter & Company


ECHO – from yesterday and tomorrow

Meeting-Trilogy, Part III: People and Memory Spaces





Choreographies by Anna Holter (cont.)

2001 Zooming - a Solo for Three

Solo, 16 min. | Location: theater...und sofort, Munich. Metropol Theater, Munich. Dansens Hus, Bla Ladan, Stockholm.


2000 Zweite Folge; Barfüssige Enge

Piece for 2 dancers | Location: Theater...und so fort, Munich. Balett Akademin Studiostage, Stockholm.


1999 Contrasts

Piece for 3 dancers, 20 min | Location: Spectaculum Mundi, Munich.


1997 Relations

Piece for 7 dancers, approx. 15 min | Location: Studiobühne Iwanson, Munich. Lokomotive, Munich.


Anna Holter & Company


ECHO – from yesterday and tomorrow

Meeting-Trilogy, Part III: People and Memory Spaces




Tobias Lange | Dramaturgy

Tobias Lange attended the Zinner-Studio drama school and studied Philosophy and Theatre Studies at the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich. Together with Michael Bischoff and Jischo Lang he developed the Pathos 2000 Theaterclub within the framework of which he put on many different performances, all sharing a distinctive room concept.

In December 2004 he presented his solo performance: table art in Dancestudio303 in Montreal. As an actor and performer Tobias Lange has worked with the Belgian theatre artist Jan Fabre , the British company Man Act, with the directing duo Gesine Danckwart and Robin Arthur as well as with Tim Etchells and 'Great Britain’s most brilliant experimental theatre company' (The Guardian) Forced Entertainment.

Autumn 2005 took him to Tokyo and Yokohama with the opera ballet of the Bayerische Staatsoper.



Nadine Gerspacher | Dance

Nadine Gerspacher trained at the Iwanson School in Munich. During her studies she received the “travel prize for further development”, which led her to the Stockholmer Ballettakademie. After completing her training she received the award for “outstanding artistic achievement”. Nadine has worked as a dancer, among other in Germany, France and Spain with Choreographers such as Katja Wachter, Anna Sanchez, Jonathan Lunn und Laura Vilar. She has worked with Anna Holter since 2003. She is a member of the company and dances in Anna Holter’s newest piece Echo.





 

Linda Samaraweerová | Dance

Linda Samaraweerová completed her training in contemporary dance at P.A.R.T.S. (artistic direction: A.T. de Keersmaeker) in Brussels in 2002. Since then she has lived and worked predominantly in Austria, where she has been a company member of Tanz Atelier Wien/ Sebastian Prantl und Artificial Horizont/ Milli Bitterli.

In 2002 she received the Impulztanzwochen Wien Dance Web Prize and in the following year was invited to participate in the Encontro programme, organised by Dancas na Cidade/ Lisbon.

In the last two years Linda Samaraweerová has been mainly active as a choreographer. The pieces Life Flesh, L´eau de vie and Sekunden zur Auswahl, developed in collaboration, have been performed in Austria as well as internationally. In 2004 she developed the concept of the Öffentlichen Körpers (The Public Body). The pieces arising from this project, laufen,(running) fischen, (fishing) zelten (camping) and Körperlichkeit und Virtuosität (Physicality and Virtuosity) were shown this year in France, Romania and Austria.


In 2006 she is the “Artist in Residence“ at Tanzpool. She is a member of the Anna Holter Company and also danced in Anna Holters last piece Involved.

Anna Holter & Company


ECHO – from yesterday and tomorrow

Meeting-Trilogy, Part III: People and Memory Spaces




Vivian Holm | Dance


Vivian Holm completed her training at the Iwanson Schule in Munich. Following her training she has worked, among others, with Katja Wachter and Helmut Ott.

Michael Heilrath | Music

Michael Heilrath is a member of the band Couch and the electro project Blond,

He has written music for several short films and has run the mastering studio „bereich 03“ since 2001. He has been a member of the company since 2005.



Reinhard Kopp | Lighting


Reinhard Kopp was trained at the August Everding Theatre Academy in Munich. He has been a member of the company since 2005.

Anna Holter & Company


ECHO – from yesterday and tomorrow

Meeting-Trilogy, Part III: People and Memory Spaces




Production members


Concept, Choreography Anna Holter


Dramaturgy Tobias Lange

Dance Nadine Gerspacher, Linda Sa­mara­­weerová, Vivian Holm, Anna Holter

Music Michael Heilrath

Lighting Reinhard Kopp

Assistance Laura Pollard


PR Laura Pollard, Ulrich Stefan Knoll
Texts Tobias Lange

Contact


Laura Pollard +49 (0)89/99300945

+49 (0)177/2547475

laurapollard23@yahoo.co.uk


i-camp Entenbachstr. 37

81541 Munich

Tel. +49 (0)89-65 00 00

Ulrich Stefan Knoll aktuell@i-camp.de



Press officer Tel./Fax +49 (0)8161-23 23 90

This project has been made possible by the generous support of: the Kulturreferat der Landeshauptstadt München, Bayerischer Landesverband für Zeitgenössichen Tanz (BLZT), Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst and Tanztendenz Munich e.V., the Swedish Embassy and i-camp/neues theater münchen.

Press tickets are available from Tanztendenz München: (089) 7211015 or from i-camp/Neues Theater München (089) 65 00 00.


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