Torso Modi


With the Austrian company BODHI Project and the internationally touring Asasello Quartet, choreographer Stephanie Thiersch sensitively creates unexpected encounters and poetic clashes with the newly composed works by composers Judit Varga, Maté Balogh, Árpád Solti and Péter Tornyai. Together, tonal and physical resonance spaces are explored – balancing between devotion to the other art form and the preservation of the very own qualities. With humorous seriousness and the sometimes very delicate, then impulsive contemporary music, which undermines every cliché of danceability, our sense of hearing and time is challenged.

“The concept of the Asasello Quartet and the choreographer Stephanie Thiersch on artistic transdisciplinarity with young Hungarian composers and dancers is convincing in terms of cultural exchange and interest in the future of Eastern Europe.”
Csaba Kézer, Kunststiftung NRW

Asasello Quartet:
Rostislav Kozhevnikov – Violin
Barbara Streil – Violin
Justyna Sliwa – Viola
Teemu Myöhänen – Violoncello

Cindy Ng
Csenger K. Szabó
Imola Kacsó
Márton Gláser
Noémie Anneg
Jeanne Laurent Caron

Choreography: Stephanie Thiersch
Choreographic assistance: Marcela Ruíz Quintero
Costumes/sculpture: Lauren Steel
Light design/photography: Martin Rottenkolber

Máté Balogh: Dadamusik – Hommage à Kurt Schwitters & his Ursonate
Péter Tornyai – Weitere intime Briefe
Judit Varga: Ombres Densémént Tissées
Árpád Solti: AI3I3A

Funded by Kunststiftung NRW

on Tour:

16.12.2019, 18.30 h

Haus für Musiker, Raketenstation Hombroich 12, 41472 Neuss, Deutschland

18.12.2019, 19 h

Collegium Hungaricum, Dorotheenstraße 12, 10117 Berlin, Deutschland

13.01.2020, 19.30 h

BMC Budapest Music Center, Budapest, Ungarn