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.
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.
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.