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Fuga Perpetua by Yuval Avital
Icon-Sonic Opera for an ensemble, visuals, mobile sound theater and a vocal crowd
Performing: Meitar Ensemble
With the sponsorship of UNHCR and of the International Theatre Institute, UNESCO

Fuga Perpetua - musical terms meaning ‘always running’ – is a total artwork, combining virtuosic music for ensemble, a dynamic surround-sound installation in constant motion, video projections and a ‘vocal crowd’. The leading storytellers of the work are refugees in Kenya, Israel, Italy and the UK, narrating beyond words, through our senses of hearing and sight, intuition and imagination.

The ‘storytellers’ in Fuga Perpetua are refugees, appearing in the work through projected ‘interviews’ conducted by Avital and collaborators, where individual refugees were asked to relive before the camera significant moments and memories of their lives in silence.


Premieres:
Teatro Comunale “L. Pavarotti” Modena, Italy 12 March 2016
Brighton Festival, UK 20 May 2016
Nottingham Lakeside Centre, UK 22 May 2016

Performing Ensemble Meitar:
Amit Dolberg - Piano, artistic direction, Yoni Gotlibovitch - Cello, Moshe Aharonov - Viola, Gilad Harel - Bass
clarinet, Hagar Shahal - Flutes.
Sound direction and ‘Mobile Sound Theater’ developer - Tychonas Michalidis
Video post production and light - Michele Innocente
Scientific advisor - Gerald C. Cupchik, University of Toronto!
Additional filming in Kenya - Andrea Trivero
Coordination filming in Kenya - Qaabata Boru
Additional filming in Israel - Yoav Ruda (Hasimta Athletics runners)!
Coordination of interviews in Israel - Ensemble Meitar
Additional video and audio contributes by UNHCR
Production: Magà Global Arts (Italy), Third Ear - Ed McKeon (UK)!
in co-production with Teatro Comunale “L. Pavarotti” Modena, Italy, Brighton Festival, Nottingham Lakeside Arts Centre

Commission: Ensemble Meitar & Third Ear
With the sustain of England Arts Council, Arts & Humanities Research Council
Under the endorsement of the International Theatre Institute, Unesco
In collaboration with Pacefuturo Onlus (Italy), Birmingham Conservatoire (UK), Integra (UK), KANERE - Kakuma News Reflector (Kenya), Hasimta Athletics (Israel), Municipality of Milan department of social politics.

We thank: Carlotta Sami & Barbara Molinario (UNHCR Italy), Edith Champagne & Médéric Droz-dit-Busset (UNHCR Video unit Geneva), Duke Mwancha (UNHCR Kenya), Dianne Skerritt, Rainbow Project, Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham.
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News & Politics
Tags
icon sonic, opera, refugee, contemporary music, sound installation, video art, kakuma, meitar ensemble, unhcr, iti, brighton festival, nottingham lakeside, teatro comunale di modena

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