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Samuel Feldhandler

Immerhin ist mein Himmel hin (Sonata #5)

Samuel Feld- handler

is a choreographer based in Vienna. Raised in a musical family, he passionately looks for ways to place musical forms within a dance context, and has been showing choreographic works since 2012. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in contemporary dance from Amsterdam University of the Arts, and a Master’s degree in choreography from DOCH in Stockholm.

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Lena Schatten- berg

studied Modern Theatre Dance at the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten and received her Bachelor of Arts in June 2015. As a dancer she collaborated with Rosas, Kompanie Samuel Feldhandler, PLAN MEE/Eva Borrmann, tanzmainz and Leine&Roebana, among others. Currently she is based in Vienna, where she works regularly with Marie Steiner and Samuel Feldhandler.

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Credits

Choreography, music, performance
Samuel Feldhandler
Performance
Lena Schattenberg 
Costumes
Lise Lendais 
Light
Emese Csornai 
Conversation partners
Alix Eynaudi, Anne Juren
Production
mollusca productions


A co-production by Kompanie Samuel Feldhandler and Tanzquartier Wien. Supported by Szene Salzburg. Funded by the Municipal Department of Cultural Affairs, Vienna, and the Austrian Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport.

Immerhin ist mein Himmel hin (Sonata #5)

Immerhin ist mein Himmel hin (Sonata #5), which may be translated into English as After all my sky is gone (Sonata #5), is a dance duet by Samuel Feldhandler and Lena Schattenberg. It celebrates their long artistic friendship (eight projects in seven years) and gently seeks to visualize a dancer’s tint on a choreographic vocabulary. The piece consists of four parts: a measured tempo, with liveliness; quick and light, not too serious; very slow and powerful and with momentum.

Immerhin ist mein Himmel hin (Sonata #5) is the result of Feldhandler’s research into how musical and compositional knowledge can inform a choreographic and dance practice, joyfully embracing the specificities, modes and manifestations of the dance art form.

Samuel Feld- handler

is a choreographer based in Vienna. Raised in a musical family, he passionately looks for ways to place musical forms within a dance context, and has been showing choreographic works since 2012. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in contemporary dance from Amsterdam University of the Arts, and a Master’s degree in choreography from DOCH in Stockholm.

samuelfeldhandler.com

Lena Schatten- berg

studied Modern Theatre Dance at the Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten and received her Bachelor of Arts in June 2015. As a dancer she collaborated with Rosas, Kompanie Samuel Feldhandler, PLAN MEE/Eva Borrmann, tanzmainz and Leine&Roebana, among others. Currently she is based in Vienna, where she works regularly with Marie Steiner and Samuel Feldhandler.

lenaschattenberg.com

 

Credits

Choreography, music, performance
Samuel Feldhandler
Performance
Lena Schattenberg 
Costumes
Lise Lendais 
Light
Emese Csornai 
Conversation partners
Alix Eynaudi, Anne Juren
Production
mollusca productions


A co-production by Kompanie Samuel Feldhandler and Tanzquartier Wien. Supported by Szene Salzburg. Funded by the Municipal Department of Cultural Affairs, Vienna, and the Austrian Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sport.
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