10-11 juin 2018 (18:00-19:00)
Singing ART PERFORMANCE with a poetic Infusion inspired by: R. Stanca, M. Eminescu, L. Blaga... Music: Aneloris E, Yohanna Grace Performed by: Yohanna Grace Live Musician: Gabi Basarabescu Actor: Damian Oancea Directed by Cosmin Chivu
SINGING ART PERFORMAMCE with a Poetic Infusion inspired by: Radu Stanca, Mihai Eminescu, Lucian Blaga, Geo Dumitrescu, Khalil Gibran
Music: Aneloris E, Yohanna Grace
Performed by: Yohanna Grace
Live Musician: Gabi Basarabescu
Actor: Damian Oancea
Directed by Cosmin Chivu
The wise people in the spiritual teaching circles have been discussing again and again that personal transformation is the ultimate goal in life. Becoming free is part of that transformation. A process that deals with learning about yourself; the scared and the insecure, the brilliant and the bold. This is a story told through music and poetry, that embraces all of the above. This journey will be yours and yours only. With much love. Love without restriction, love without limitation, love without condition. Simply the human condition.
Yohanna Grace (singer & composer) is a Musician, author and singer who creates a vivid impression through her sensitive voice, Yohanna Grace is a truly original artist, passionated of experimental sound and voice forms, in search of a harmony that calls forth and nurtures uplifting emotions.
At the antipodes of entertainment logic, the artist invites you to a less usual musical experience where the spectator is challenged to become co-creator, giving in to imagination.
She has an international career with last years performances in Switzerland, France, Germany, Italy, the United State and Romania. She also led a series of experimental workshops, working with sound and voice.
Ion-Cosmin Chivu (Director) is an Associate Professor and the head of the BA Acting and BA Directing, International Performance Ensemble at Pace School of Performing Arts, NYC. He has directed over sixty professional and university productions in America, Austria, England, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain, and Thailand. In America Cosmin directed over thirty plays in New York City, Massachusetts, California, and New Jersey. In recent years his projects include ‘The Rocky Horror Show’ (Sibiu National Theater, Romania), ‘Tennessee Williams 1982’ (Walkerspace, NYC), ‘More Stars Than That Are in Heaven’ by John Guare (The Provincetown Tennessee Williams Festival), ‘Our Class’ by T. Slobodzianek (Skirball Center NYC, featuring Ellen Burstyn and Kathleen Turner) ‘The Mutilated’ by Tennessee Williams (The New Ohio, NY Times and Time Out critic’s pick). He is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio, a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab and an alumnus of the Old Globe’s Jack O’Brien fellowship. He holds a Masters in Theatre Directing from the Actors Studio Drama School, New School University, NYC and a BA in Acting from the G. Enescu Art Academy, Iasi, Romania.> retour > toutes les actualités > back > all news