"Gilgamesz" w Gruzji

"Gilgamesh" in Georgia

25.09.2015
Royal District Theatre in Tbilisi

Concert "Gilgamesh" in terms of "Tbilisi International Festival of Theatre" in Georgia

date: 25.09.2015
time: 18:00
place: Royal District Theatre, Tbilisi, Georgia
information: 
http://www.tbilisiinternational.com/en/1
http://www.tbilisiinternational.com/en/program/international-program-new?n=13

The Festival’s program, repertoire is interesting, thought-provoking, original – to squeeze in one word – good plays had been selected to make and to display the quality level of the Festival as much as possible. The Festival made for a full picture of status and tendencies in the global dramatic art to emerge. “Tbilisi International” is a combiner, a link or a bridge between Theater of Europe and Theater of Asia.

TBILISI INTERNATIONAL is founded by Tbilisi Municipality, by initiative of Tbilisi Mayor Gigi Ugulava in 2009. Charm of one of the oldest cities in the world - Tbilisi - its atmosphere and diversity , its culture and life, its vitality is something, that could create unforgettable experience and inspiration for all participants.

The Festival runs every year by the end of September, beginning of October and is one of the major events in International life of Georgia. But not only - it is becoming one of the main performing arts events in Caucasia, attracting attention of the most well-known, creative, provocative and innovative theater productions from the world, a meeting point of Europe and Asia, of many countries and places in one of the most beautiful, warm, unique theatrical and cultural TBILISI, the capital of Georgia.

 

"GILGAMESH" - concert for a choir, jazz trio and string quartet

Music: Tomasz Krzyzanowski
Choir: Joanna Chmielecka, Sandra Gierzek, Dominika Jarosz, Majka Justyna, Joanna Klos, Milena Kranik, Dominika Krzyzanowska, Sean Palmer, Kuba Palys, Justyna Sobieraj-Bednarek, Elina Toneva, Dara Weinberg
Jazz trio: Krzysztof Szmytke (viola), Wojciech Traczyk (double bass), Hubert Zemler (percussion)String Quartet “Befane”: Kamila Wojcicka-Maciaszczyk (first violin), Malgorzata Kwasniak (second violin), Malgorzata Sielatycka-Sobczyk (viola), Zofia Leczycka (cello)Premiere: 14.04.2013, Concert Hall of the Arthur Rubinstein Lodz Philharmonic Orchestra

"Gilgamesh" composed by Tomasz Krzyzanowski performed by CHOREA Theatre is a unique and original reading of one of the oldest surviving epic poems. This is the first full musical adaptation of the “Epic of Gilgamesh” inspired by the sound of forgotten Akkadian language and mysterious culture of Ancient Sumer.

During the concert, the audience can listen to a story of the legendary king – Gilgamesh, and his search of the secret of immortality. Vocal parts in original Akkadian language, based on the ancient texts written in cuneiform on stone tablets from the second century B.C., alternate with songs in Polish translation. In the musical layer, elements of contemporary music come together with elements of musical traditions from Middle and Far East. Polyphonic compositions give new life to mythical images, and transfer us into a distant, forgotten world full of still valid and important questions and emotions.

Supported by "Kultura polska na świecie"

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