2018 International Tour

Chile, Colombia, Paris,
Serbia, Slovenia, Germany

Sydney Dance Company commences the year with a program of extensive international touring.

In January, the Company will tour to the prestigious Festival Internacional Santiago a Mil, performing at the Teatro Municipal in Santiago, Chile, presenting Rafael Bonachela’s award winning Frame of Mind and Lux Tenebris.

In April, the Company will undertake a European Spring Tour of the exhilarating triple bill of Rafael Bonachela’s Lux Tenebris, Cheng Tsung-lung’s Full Moon and Gabrielle Nankivell’s Wildebeest, with Sydney Dance Company’s first ever performances in Paris at The Théâtre National de Chaillot. The Company will also perform at the Belgrade Dance Festival in Serbia, Ljubljana, Slovenia and in Germany.

Sydney Dance Company 2018 South American Tour received grant funding from the Council on Australian Latin America Relations of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

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In Europe, the Company will perform Lux Tenebris, Full Moon and Wildebeest:

Paris
Théâtre National de Chaillot, Paris from 11-13 April 2018

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Serbia
Belgrade Dance Festival 3 & 4 April

Slovenia
Cankarjev Dom, Ljubljana Sat 7 April

Germany
19 – 22 April

In South America, the Company will perform Frame of Mind and Lux Tenebris:

Chile
Festival Internacional Santiago a Mil, performing at the Teatro Municipal in Santiago 19 – 21 January

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Colombia
Bogota, performing at Teatro Mayor, Julio Mario Santo Domingo 26 -27 January

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Lux Tenebris
Choreography: Rafael Bonachela
Composer: 
Nick Wales
Lighting Design: Benjamin Cisterne

Frame of Mind
Choreography: Rafael Bonachela
Designer: Ralph Myers
Costume Design RealisationAleisa Jelbart
Lighting Designer: Benjamin Cisterne
Music: Original compositions by Bryce Dessner in a recording by the Kronos Quartet
Dramaturgical Consultant: Samuel Webster

Full Moon
Choreographer Cheng Tsung-lung
Composer Lim Giong
Lighting Damien Cooper
Costumes Fan Huaichih

Wildebeest
Choreographer: Gabrielle Nankivell
Costume Designer: Fiona Holley
Sound Designer & Composer: Luke Smiles, motion laboratories
Lighting Designer: Benjamin Cisterne

Lux Tenebris

★★★★ Utterly mesmerising’ – The Guardian

★★★★★ The dancing is astonishing!’ – ArtsHub

‘★★★★½ A winning combination that, on the one hand provokes and entertains, and on the other confronts and moves its audience in a dazzling evening of dance.’ – Limelight Magazine

Frame Of Mind

‘★★★★…Bonachela’s Frame of Mind delivers an emotionally engaging and overarching choreographic mastery…electric’ – Daily Review

‘★★★★ 1/2′ – The Age

Frame of Mind delivers captivating scores, wonderful choreography and dance fuelled with emotion..’ – ABC Arts

Frame of Mind drills a hole into your heart and brain and makes you leak emotion in that sneaky, visceral way only dance can do.’ – Concrete Playground Sydney

Full Moon

‘In Cheng Tsung-lung’s luminous Full Moon there is a profound sense of eternal motion, and not only because Cheng’s piece has thrilling eruptions of speed and full-bodied swirls. There is vivid life even in moments of what appears to be complete stillness.’ – The Australian

“It’s a splendid feast for eyes and ears with Fan Huai-chih’s gorgeously flowing costumes, Lim Giong’s gleaming commissioned score and Cooper’s magical lighting.” – The Australian

‘World class and deserves a place in permanent repertoire . . . an experience as enjoyable and enigmatic as the full moon.’ – Daily Telegraph

Wildebeest

‘Nankivell sees beauty and wonder in the primitive, animalistic self, even with danger as a constant companion. Every molecule of the body is vibrantly alert, a state brilliantly captured by Bernhard Knauer at the beginning of Wildebeest and Janessa Dufty at the end’ – The Australian

‘★★★★ Every time you might think the Sydney Dance Company performers have reached their peak, they push their abilities up another notch’ – Sydney Morning Herald

‘The standing ovation was testament to the dancer’s skill and beauty of movement and its power to move, entrance and transport the viewer to something less ordinary.’ – Daily Telegraph

‘The dancers move their incredible bodies in such a way that one forgets they are human.’ – The Plus Ones