Butoh performance - Love my heart

Butoh Dublin Festival Presents:


5th of March 2013 - Doors & Cafe Open 7pm show starts 8 pm sharp. 

5 Euro at the door. Ring the bell for admission. No latecomers.
by: Ambra G. Bergamasco (performer-dancer) and Enda Moran (sound-scapes)

Love My Heart is a Butoh dance piece evoking everyday stories stored in our heart. Thought of as a walk through the heart, it engages with visions, emotions and imaginaries that relate to and spring off from what to dance, listening and witnessing the heart, means. The piece is approx 35 mins 
 Butoh is a dance practice that originated in Japan with Ohno and Hijikata, partially inspired by German expressionism of the 50s. This dance can be partially defined as non-representational, outside of formally arranged choreography. It is a dance that relies on the human and life itself. Practically, the dance  engages with visions which allow becomings and transmutations. Butoh is mindfulness, it is “in every day’s work” (Yoshito Ohno), it opens your eyes to experience the beauty of things by acknowledging their circle of evolving, blooming and dying.
 Performers:Enda Moran, artist and musician is working in the area of community/performing arts for over ten years with a strong focus on social inclusion of marginalised groups and building community through creativity and self expression. Ambra G. Bergamasco  theatre, artistic and performing background comes from her parents Ulla Alasjarvi and Beppe Bergamasco  in the Grotowski and Eugenio Barba lineage. She has been working and training with Peter Brook’s actors such as Mamadou Diume and Mallika Sarabhai, and has performed solos and worked extensively between India and Italy, producing acting and dancing with Mallika Sarabhai and her performing company. Ambra practices Butoh dance - Katsuo Ohno lineage - since 1998. She has trained with Japanese and European Butoh Practitioners.