Of snails and pine cones
Concert introduction: 4.30 p.m.
Nature is full of spectacular and fascinating numerical ratios. Just as a small example, pine cones and snail shells are mentioned here, all of which are built according to the golden ratio all over the world. Discovered early on, this law has strongly influenced and shaped art and serves as the inspiration for numerous works.
On the one hand, this program explores the phenomenon of superordinate laws, and on the other hand, texts by Friedrich Hölderlin serve to create a connection between the all-too-human and the objectivity of nature.
The young composer and dancer Joey Tan has been commissioned to write a new work for dance and ensemble that relates to Hölderlin as well as to the laws of nature. The other works in the programme deal in depth with one or the other and together form a whole that ultimately celebrates beauty.
Joey Tan: New work on Hölderlin
Moritz Müllenbach: urn-x
Nikolaus Huber: Without Hölderlin
Hugo Reis: Sculpture for a while
Engadinstrasse 43, 7000 Chur
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