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April 1, 2 and 3
  • Duration

    65 minutes

  • Rate

    18 €



  • Schedule

    20 h, diumenge 18 h

  • Room

Choreographer and dancer, Roberto Olivan takes up the challenge of stimulating the senses of younger audiences and transporting them to a world that stirs their imaginations.

Icarus is an Italian ensemble that has been very present in the main international festivals since 1994. Among its appearances, three participations in the Venice Biennale, six in the Zagreb Biennale, four in the Cervantino de Guanajuato festival in Mexico. Icarus has performed on four continents performing major live composers, often in world premieres. Past collaborations include: Christian Boltanski, Yoshi Oida, Icarus vs. Muzak capturing the legacy of adult ensembles.

Concept, creation and artistic direction Roberto Olivan / Performers Encarni Sánchez Mesa, Ilies Benyahya-Ounich, María Arronis and Roberto Olivan / Creation and musical direction Riccardo Nova / Musical performance (live) Icarus vs Muzak ensemble Bouzouki / Guitars Giorgio Genta / Percussion Marco Lazzaretti, Francesco Pedrazzini, Matteo Rovatti / Advice to the dramaturgy Encarni Sánchez Mesa / Text Susy Shock / Light design Sylvia Kuchinow / Technical coordinator Oriol Ibañez / Light technician Jordi Fusté / Sound technician Simone Copellini / ROPA stage space – Roberto Olivan Performing Arts / Costumes and atrezzo Andrej Mikulasek & DH Company / Photography Jesús Robisco, Ernest Sesé / Video Akash Dixit (Urban Fakir Films) / Communication and press Bluverd Comunicación
Production and management ROPA – Roberto Olivan Performing Arts / Co-production Mercat de les Flors (Spain), ICEC/Department of Culture of the Government of Catalonia (Spain), L’OBRADOR Espai de Creació (Spain) and Icarus Ensemble (Italy) / With the support of Regione Emilia-Romagna, ATER Fondazione and Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Barcellona, ​​Auditori Felip Pedrell – Tortosa City Council / Special thanks to Josep Pinyol, Greta Díaz, Joan Guijarro, Nerea Aguilar, Joaquim Noguero, Oscar Bermejo, Joan Xancó, Sol Picó and Rocio Gisbert