KorFest: „00:00“ and “By the bonfire”
Helin Jürmann (BA 2018)
Dancers: Aleksandra Polokainen, Helin Jürmann, Katre Sabbal, Rea Haljasmäe, Richard Beljohin
Costumes: Krete Beljaev
Scenography: Kristi Kalmus
Cello: Angelika Anette Antsmäe
Make-up: Anya Manya, Karin Friedrichson
Music: Nine Inch Nails, Gustav Mahler, taTu, Tom Jones, Pet Shop Boys
Supervisor: Renee Nõmmik
Each end has its beginning and transition. Periodic intermission where we all meet, all that has been fades and is saved. Time gives meaning and value to our actions. What would happen if we could re-visit the most crucial and greatest moments which have made us into what we are. How much old, lost or new is found? How many symbols, moments, world views, understandings, experienced could we list? Who makes decisions for us? Are all choices in our life only made and accepted by us?
According to a legend, little Helin was already dancing in her mother's womb, occupying a dance space there and causing various sleepless nights to both parties. Since then I haven't been able to stand still, and my life has become a permanent endless dance. The other side of me has been singing in the ETV music studio for 10 years and graduated cello playing from Tallinn Music School. My own composition is based on passion and people, a mixture of new experience and ancient winds, exciting ideas and concepts in an endless chain of change. Life for me is a dance in which everything has to be living, sharing, learning, developing and also unfocused.
Liise-Marie Valgi (BA 2018)
“By the bonfire”
Dancers: Ingrid Elsa Mugu, Maarja Eliisabet Roosalu, Kirsi Mari Lepik, Lisanna Tälli, Rando Luik, Richard Ploompuu.
Light: Ants Kurist
Music: Maarja Nuut
Supervisor: Sille Kapper
What happens if two different phenomena meet? This is a production of something that is always repeated and still special. Both solstice and love have always contained something mysterious, joyous and sad. Ancient has always met something from the present. The same in this production which combines the elements of modern and traditional dance to see and show both from a new and unusual perspective.
Liise-Marie was active in dance already at the age of four. She began her studies in Kaie Kõrb Ballet Studio, but after 8 years there she continued her dance journey in dance ensemble Sõleke where is is dancing also now. “Do everything as if you were a great artist!”