"Tortelli fully understood the task in hand, creating innovative and fresh ideas (...).
It was thought-provoking, intense and highly charged, yet left an afterglow of reassuring optimism."
Alison Kent for Dance Europe
SHIFTING PERSPECTIVE is a creation, a development of an experiment that it is supported by the multiple compositions made by composer Francesco Sacco. It is a piece that is not intended to be in any way specific, scientific or educational. Rather it is a more anecdotal look at the experiences of composing music, dancing, creating theater and in particular driving human emotions through music to improve moving images and dance, but above all to push the audience to "hear/ decide" through the use of imagination.
Muffathalle Munich, premiere 28th of Feb 2019, Show II & III 29th of Feb 2019
Fabrik Potsdam, Show I & II 4th of April 2019, Show III 5th of April 2019
K2 Kampnagel Hamburg, Show I 2nd of May 2019, Show II, 3rd of May 2019
MILANoLTRE Festival, Show I & II 6th of October 2019
Choreography: Diego Tortelli & dancers
Dance: Cristian Cucco, Jin Young Won & Corey Scott-Gilbert
Composition: Francesco Sacco
Technical Director & light Design: Roman Fliegel
Sound Design & audio Recordings: Josy Friebel
Voices: Corey Scott-Gilbert, Jin Young Won, Miria Wurm & Diego Tortelli
Production Management: Miria Wurm
Press photos: Franz Kimmel
Producer: Fokus Tanz / Tanz und Schule e.V.
Audio Quote: Marshall McLuhan, The World is a Global Village, CBC TV 1960
DURATION 40' for 3 dancers
Special thanks to Sigrid Lupfer, Louise Flanagan, Amelie Mallmann, Cristina Valla, Flora Miranda, Josy Friebel for the audio recording, Silent Events and Michael McLuhan.
A production of explore dance - Netzwerk Tanz für junges Publikum, a project by fabrik Potsdam, Fokus Tanz / Tanz und Schule e.V. Munich and K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg, sponsored by fabrik moves gUG. Supported by TANZPAKT Stadt-Land-Bund with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media, the Department of Culture and Media of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, the Cultural Department of the City of Munich and the Bavarian State Association for Contemporary Dance with funds from the Bavarian State Ministry for Education and Culture, the City of Potsdam and the Ministry for Science, Research and Culture of the State of Brandenburg.