Igor x Moreno x Collettivo Mine


March 18, 2023 18:00

Teatro Calderón Valladolid | ES

Also scheduled at 21:00


After a further residency Beat Forward is presented in Valladolid as part of the #meetyou 2023 festival.

Beat Forward marks the collaboration between Igor x Moreno and Collettivo Mine.

This new creation comes from the reworking of BEAT, a solo created only by Igor Urzelai and Moreno Solinas in 2019. Beat Forward is a work in which the original choreography is reinvented and multiplied in the bodies of the five performers, Francesco Saverio Cavaliere, Siro Guglielmi, Fabio Novembrini, Roberta Racis, Silvia Sisto.

On a soundtrack of techno music, Beat Forward is a celebration of the pleasure of dancing, where the energy rises in intensity and the sensations, shared between performers and spectators, transform.

The movement vocabulary focuses on non-verbal communication, using and modeling it choreographically. The audience observes the transformations of the performers – the gestures, the nods, the posture, the facial expression. The choreography ranges from the movement of the whole body to the smallest details, from the abstract to the expressive, creating a rapid sequence of images, constantly upsetting the reading and interpretation of the beholder and creating a hypnotic effect.

Beat forward is a research on how we identify and how we relate, on how we recognize ourselves or not in others and on how we are able to project multiple images of ourselves.


direction: Igor Urzelai and Moreno Solinas
performed by Francesco Saverio Cavaliere, Siro Guglielmi, Fabio Novembrini, Roberta Racis, Silvia Sisto
music: various authors (mix: Igor Urzelai)
costumes: Rebecca Ihle
light design: Mattia Bagnoli
organization: Elisa Godani
promotion: Jean-François Mathieu
production: S’ALA, Fabbrica Europa
in collaboration with Amat and Comune di Pesaro within RAM – Residenze Artistiche Marchigiane
and with Teatro Calderón Valladolid as part of the festival #meetyou 2023 and Italian Institute of Culture in Madrid


[photo: Luigi Angelucci, detail]









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