Choreography Kader Belarbi
In the idea of a choreographic project, Olivier Doise, oboist super soloist of the Paris Opera Orchestra spoke with Brigitte Lefèvre, Dance Director, the possibility of a presence of dance in a chamber music concert evening. Both of them wanted to associate myself with this project for which I seized the Temporal Variations and the Six Metamorphoses after Ovid by Benjamin Britten.
The images evoked by these two works have conjured up an imaginary world shared by a clown, two dancers and two musicians.
Without building a story and through an automatic writing, a factory of forms was born in which the bodies shape according to the objects.
The dialogue between the oboe and the piano provides the breath and resonances of that body-rebus game.
Creatures fall in love and grow apart in a succession of ambiguous events, without purpose or end.
André Breton said that
"imagination is what tends to be real."