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PERFORMANCES of WORKS with DANCE


1982-1988 - NEW YORK
 
 
1982 syzygy ballet in 4 parts
choreography: Stuart Hodes
performance: NewYork University
 
1986 The Fisherman and his Wife
(from the Brother's Grimm)
piano: David Morrow
choreography: New York Eurhythmy Ensemble
 
1986-87 In the Beginning , Earth Piece,
and different sections of Syzygy
piano: David Morrow
choreography by various students at the:
Martha Graham School for Contemporary Dance

 
1987 RELAX one-act ballet
choreography: Tyr Throne (Dance Company)
performance: Alwin-Nikolais Perfromance Workshop
 
1988 Nijinsky's Dreams full-length ballet
musicians: David Morrow, Laura Renino, and others
choreography: Tyr Throne (free ensemble)
performance: Symphony Space (NYC)
 
 
1989-2003 - EUROPE
 
 
1989 3 Interruptions
music: 3 Short pieces (for mostly inside the piano)
choreography: Günter Haag (Darmstädter Ballett)
Performance: Staatstheater Darmstadt
 
1991 Othello's lament
music: adapt. from Feast of Wolves
choreography: Qu Ping (Ballett Geißen)
performance: Stadttheater Gießen
 
1993 Il Filo di Sabbia
music: 'Where the mountain crosses...' I
choreography: Carlos Iturrioz
performance: Cavallerizza, Reggio Emilia, Sicily (Italy)
 
1994 Spiegel-Splitter
music: 3 Short pieces (for mostly inside the piano)
choreography: Stéphane Fléchet
performance: Gallus Theater, Frankfurt am Main
 
1995 Othello
music: 'Death's first snows are drifting on my cheek' orchestrated
musicians: Ulmer Philharmonikern
choreography: Qu Ping (Ulmer Ballett)
performance: Theater Ulm (Ulm)
 
1998 Where the mountain crosses...
music: 'Where the mountain crosses... '
          complete solo pieces & Part 3
musicians: David Morrow (pno) Ian van Rensburg (vln)
choreography: Stéphane Fléchet (as performer)
sculptor: Bruno Feger
performance: Badehaus II, Bad Nauheim
* CD produced from the recordings before the performance
 
2001 Woolf Phrase 2 (2nd part of full-length ballet)
music: Woolf Phrase 2 (some ideas from Initium)
          and William Forsythe
musicians: David Morrow and Alessio Silvestrin
choreography: William Forsythe (Ballett Frankfurt)
performance: Bockenheimer Depot, Frankfurt
 
2003 DECREATION full-length ballet
music: Decreation (inspired from Opus 68 of Robert Schumann)
e.piano: David Morrow
choreography: William Forsythe (Ballett Frankfurt)
performance: Bockenheimer Depot, Frankfurt
 
Ricercar one-act ballet
music: Ricercar (variations on the 'Ricercar a 6' from J.S.Bach)
piano: David Morrow
choreography: William Forsythe (Ballett Frankfurt)
performance: Oper Frankfurt, Frankfurt
 
 
2005-2011 - THE FORSYTHE COMPANY & OTHERS
 
 
2005 3 Atmospheric Studies full-length ballet
music: Part 1: 'clouds', Part 2: with Thom Willems
e.piano: David Morrow
choreography: William Forsythe (The Forsythe Company)
performance: Bockenheimer Depot, Frankfurt
 
Das Lied vom Meer full-length ballet
music: ideas from running to the edge of the world
           (& J.S. Bach Chaconne)
singer: Ander Zabala (recorded)
choreography: Xin-Peng Wang (Ballett Dortmund)
performance: Theater Dortmund (Dortmund)
 
Clouds after Cranach Part 2
music: slight influence from Tancredi ,,, of Monteverdi
midi keyboard: David Morrow
choreography: William Forsythe
speakers: Jone San Martin, Amancio Gonzalez, and David Kern
performance: Bockenheimer Depot, Frankfurt
 

2006 Mein Bach one-act ballet
music: inspired from J.S.Bach Passacaglia for organ in C, and original
choreography: Xin-Peng Wang (Ballett Dortmund)
performance: Theater Dortmund (Dortmund)
* also 2009, the Hong King Ballet (Hong Kong)
 
Bergwelten full-length ballet
music: adapted from Where the mountain crosses I-III,
           Initium, and Kayak
piano: David Morrow, Patricia von Blumröder (later performances)
choreography: Verena Weiss (Tanztheater von Verena Weiss)
performance: Luzerner Theater, Luzern (Switzerland)
 
2007 Fivefold one-act ballet
music: partially derived from Atmospheric studies Part 1
midi keyboard: David Morrow
choreography: William Forsythe (The Forsythe Company)
performance: Festspielhaus Hellerau (Dresden)
 
Ricercar (Hellerau) one-act ballet
music: extreme reduction of earlier version
piano: David Morrow
choreography: William Forsythe (The Forsythe Company)
performance: Festspielhaus Hellerau (Dresden)
 
RAUM X installation
music: Initium, 'Where the mountain crosses...' IV,
          inspired from the 'Divine Comedy' of Dante,
choreography: Xin-Peng Wang (Ballett Dortmund)
performance: Harenberg City Center (Dortmund)
 
2008 Yes We Can't full-length ballet
music: adaptation of an Dante piano and Turkish hip-hop
          w/ Dietrich Krüger & Niels Lanz
(derivations of Gamelan music)
choreography: William Forsythe (The Forsythe Company)
performance: Festspielhaus Hellerau (Dresden)
 
2009 Fürchtet euch nicht full-length ballet
music: inspired from the film 'Stalker' of Andrei Tarkovsky,
          Choräle from J.S.Bach, and Armenian duduk melodies
choreography: Verena Weiss (Tanztheater von Verena Weiss)
performance: Luzerner Theater, Luzern (Switzerland)
 
Various Variations installation
music: elements from Nijinsky's Dreams and Fürchtet euch nicht
choreography: Ander Zabala
performance: Monte Carlo (Monaco)
 
2010 Yes We Can't (Barcelona version)
music: extensive and excessive extrapolations from Ricercar (Hellerau)
piano: David Morrow
choreography: William Forsythe (The Forsythe Company)
performance: Mercat de Flors, Barcelona (Catalan)
 
Solo
music: Rich-a-car <Takes 1-3> Derived from Yes We Can't (München)
choreography: Amancio Gonzalez
performance: Atelier Frankfurt
 
2011 Rearray
music: complete re-working of sketches from Fivefold
dancers: Sylvie Guillem and Nicolas le Riche
choreography: William Forsythe
performance: Sadler's Wells, London (England)
 
2012 Libretto (ein Skizzenbuch)
piano: David Morrow
vocals: Jung Yun Bae and David Morrow
choreography: Paula Rosolen
dancers/performers: Natalia Gomez, Jung Yun Bae, Marco Milic,
     Dan Thy Nguyen plus a group of ‚extras’
performance: K3 / Tanzplan Hamburg (Premier: Feb.29, 2012)
costume and lighting: Sophie Lund
stage design: Paula Rosolen and K3