"Ladies and gentlemen, herewith I would like to invite you to WALZ'R, a performance about HORROR and GRACE, mechanical torture and sex. There will be rare reenactments of tendentious dances from the 1920's, but also glamorous kisses and harsh noise, the Frankenstein original soundtrack and Liszt. Please join us in this swirl of death and fantasy."
Jassem Hindi

Waltz, considered as a matter - a physical object, holds within its own structure, its own properties, points of resistance and frailties, an intrinsic ability to transform into something else.

First initiated in 2009 at the Kunstfest Weimar, choreographer Jenny Beyer and sound artist Jassem Hindi decided to pursue their project, using waltz as a formal and a contextual tool, a raw material for their practice, a background noise to their collaboration.

Premiered on April 8 2011, Kampnagel Hamburg

Concept, Choreography, Sound: Jenny Beyer, Jassem Hindi | Dance, Performance: Dani Brown, Jenny Beyer, Jassem Hindi, Marko Milic, Rani Nair, Rosa Wernecke | Costume: Adelaida Cue Bär | Advice: Anne Kersting | light: Sofie Thyssen | Assistance: Rosa Wernecke | Production: Sabine Jud, Jenny Beyer

WALZ'R is a production of Jenny Beyer and Kampnagel Hamburg. Funded by the Behörde für Kultur und Medien Hamburg and the Fonds Darstellende Künste e.V.. With support of TanzMedienAkademie Kunstfest Weimar 2009, K3-Zentrum für Choreographie/Tanzplan Hamburg and Sweet and Tender Collaborations.

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