Category Archives: live

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:+ in Zürich and Bourges

On the 9th of november 2006 we performed “:+” in the “Maison de la Culture” in Bourges, a collaboration by Emio Greco | PC, composer Hans-Peter Kyburz, Ensemble Intercontemporain and Ircam. I did live projections. The 5th of november we performed in the “Schiffbau” in […]

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The Assassin Tree in Edinburgh and London

On friday the 25th of August 2006 was the premiere of ‘The Assassin Tree’: an opera composed by Stuart MacRae, with words by Simon Armitage, directed by Emio Greco and Pieter C. Scholten. It was commissioned by the Edinburgh International Theatre Festival and produced by […]

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:+ in Paris

“:+” (or “Double Points: +”, or “Double Points: Cross”) is a collaboration between choreographer Emio Greco, director Pieter Scholten and composer Hans-Peter Kyburz. This collaboration started in 2004 and in 2005 the Festival d’Automne à Paris commissioned an expanded version. In this expanded version Emio […]

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escamotage

In july 2005 was the premiere of the music theatre piece ‘Escamotage’, composed by Yannis Kyriakides, directed by Paul Koek. It was produced by the Veenfabriek in Leiden and the Forum Neues Musiktheater in Stuttgart. It was created and premiered in Stuttgart and performed in […]

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Superville

The music theatre piece ‘Superville’ is based on the life and theories of Humbert de Superville: ” Humbert de Superville (1770-1849) was the first director of the Print Collection of Leiden University. He was a gifted draughtsman and theorist of the arts. One hundred year […]

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Orfeo ed Eurydice

In august 2004 I collaborated with Emio Greco and Pieter Scholten on their vision on the opera “Orfeo ed Eurydice” by Gluck. It was commisioned by the Edinburgh International Theatre festival, and it was produced by Opera North in Leeds. After the performances in Edinburgh […]

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projections for Double Points: Two

Towards the end of 2003 I collaborated for the first time with Emio Greco and Pieter Scholten. The occasion was the performance by the Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT1) of “Double Points: Two” as part of the Moving Boundaries programme in 2003. It was the first […]