SCHUBERT / D'ADAMO
QUINTET FOR SHADOWS AND CELLO
A télécharger

Dossier du spectacle

//  cello solo & string quartet
//  premiered on 8th october 2018, at the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord, Paris (FR)

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NOTE D'INTENTION

 

For more than a thousand years sad Ophelia
Has passed, a white phantom, down the long black river

A. Rimbaud

The Béla String Quartet invites the stunning cellist Noémi Boutin for a tenebrous creation.

French-Argentinian composer Daniel D’Adamo writes to sublime and crepuscular Franz Schubert’ String Quintet a preamble for the five musicians. The timeless theme of this new piece is the young woman, mortally attracted to water, such as Shakespeare’s Ophelia or ancient Persephone.

Béla String Quartet’s musicians, hidden and invisible to the public, are the dormant water, dangerous mirror of the young woman’s beauty. Noémi Boutin, alone on stage, is the young woman, enebriated victim of her own reflection and flow’s fatal snares.

Daniel D’Adamo’s accomplished art of writing serves the seductive and lethal sounds of this instrumental melodrama.

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DISTRIBUTION

Violoncelle

Noémi Boutin

Quatuor Béla

Julien Dieudegard, Frédéric Aurier, violons

Julian Boutin, alto

Luc Dedreuil, violoncelle

Scénographie, création lumière & photographie

Hervé Frichet

Construction

Pierre-Yves Boutrand

Costumes

Eloïse Simonis

 

Administration

Cléo Michiels, Lise Déterne - L'Echelle

 

Diffusion

Capucine Jaussaud

 
MENTIONS DE PRODUCTION

Un projet La Belle Saison 

Production : Association l’Oreille Droite – Quatuor Béla

Coproduction : Cie Frotter | Frapper, le Théâtre de Coulommiers

 

Soutiens : Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, SPEDIDAM, ProQuartet, CNSMD de Lyon, le Cube - Sudio Théâtre d'Hérisson

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© Jean-Pierre Dupraz