Alaska | Chopin

Notes of the show<>

Alaska | Chopin is the crossing of a feminine sensibility that passes between impressions of ice and romantic composition, between the geographic far north and intimacy. A path in which interior and exterior meet. The bodies vibrate, the harshness turns out to be a delicate touch and the romantic turns out to be the grace of a powerful femininity.

Duration 19 minutes


Direction and choreography by Silvia Bertoncelli
Dancers: Silvia Bertoncelli, Sara Cavalieri, Jessica D’Angelo
Musics: Frédéric Chopin, Arandel & Fredo Viola, Andy Stott
Light designer: Claudio Modugno, Silvia Bertoncelli
Costumes: Silvia Bertoncelli

A Compagnia Naturalis Labor production
Co-production Festival Danza in Rete 2019
With the support of Mibac, Regione Veneto, Comune di Vicenza, Arco Danza



 “Imagined for three performers, the chorepgrapher Silvia Bertoncelli (its the first time she is not on the stage) experiences the female sensitivity passing through the intimacy and the empathy, the inside and the outside of oneself, the harshness and the gentleness. They are bodies of matter that shake for their pulsions, an incessant expansion from ice impression and romantic composition that show fragility and power at the same time.”
A. S. / Il Giornale di Vicenza

Technical details<>

Coreography by Silvia Bertoncelli
Production 2019
Staff  3 dancers, 1 choreographer, 1 technician
Tout public
For stage or site specific indoors in unconventional spaces