Inside Outside creates a scenography for Narcisssus
A composition by Calliope Tsoupaki, performed during the November Music 2013
This delicate yet deeply emotional composition by Calliope Tsoupaki, in which the grand piano represents the figure of Narcissus and the violin enacts the women who is madly in love (and in pain), is unique for various reasons:
- The story of Narcissus is told by 6 instruments, neither spoken nor sung.
- The musical narrative is accompanied by a ‘sub-conscious layer’ of scents, a series of carefully created ‘sensual experiences’.
- The public finds itself enveloped in the ‘soft embrace’ of the thinnest fleece of mirroring cloth that will titillate the visual senses.
The experimental character of the performance and the professionalism of all involved offers a unique experience!
There will be more performances:
April 27th 2014 in Muziek gebouw aan t IJ, Amsterdam
October 4th 2014 in Korzo Theater, The Hague
GO SEE, if you can!