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Highlands

Mal Pelo

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A show about space and bodies in which the music of Bach opens the doors of time and speaks to us of passion and the longing to find this vast, wild, inhospitable place that is Highlands.

Mal Pelo proposes a sound and visual journey for us in which the audience feels the power of the group in space, the presence of the individual, and where the mixture of different disciplines summons a plural body, prepared to be inhabited and crossed through. The show is the third part of a work that analyses and focuses in detail on listening to and visualizing the structures, harmonies and voices of the music of J. S. Bach.

Mal Pelo is a creative performance group codirected by Pep Ramis and María Muñoz, with more than 30 shows created to date. Since 1989 it has developed its own artistic language through movement and the creation of dramaturgies that include the text, original soundtracks, live music, and the construction of stage spaces, including light and video. During its career the company has received several awards, outstanding among them the National Prize for Culture of Catalonia, the City of Barcelona Prize and the National Prize for Culture.

This show offers a post function colloquium on Sunday, March 27.​

Planned functions

El Prat

Teatre L’Artesà
26 March at 19:00h

Sant Cugat

Teatre-Auditori Sant Cugat
27 March at 17:00h

Show details

Duration
90 minutes
Price
15 € / 28 €
Authorship
Mal Pelo
Direction
María Muñoz and Pep Ramis
Texts
Nick Cave, John Berger, Erri de Luca
Creation and dance
Pep Ramis, María Muñoz, Federica Porello, Leo Castro, Zoltan Vakulya, Miquel Fiol, Enric Fàbregas and Ona Fusté
Music
Johann Sabastian Bach, Arvo Pärt, Henry Purcell, György Kurtág, Benjamin Britten, Georg Friedich Haendel
Musical direction
Quiteria Muñoz and Joel Bardolet
String quartet
Joel Bardolet, violin; Jaume Guri, violin; Masha Titova, viola; Daniel Claret, cello.
Sound technician
Andreu Bramon
Stage technician
Genís Cordomí
Assistant directors
Leo Castro and Federica Porello
Set design
Kike Blanco
Sound space
Fanny Thollot
Costumes
CarmePuigdevalliPlantéS
Lighting design
August Viladamat and Irene Ferrer
Production
Mal Pelo, Gemma Massó Comunicació and Rita Peré
Support to external relations and distribution
Ansó. Raybaut-Pérès (Agente129)
Coproduction
Mercat de les Flors; Théâtre de l’Archipel – Scène Nationale de Perpignan; Théâtre Garonne – Scène européenne de Toulouse; ICEC – Departament de Cultura de la Generalitat de Catalunya; Teatre Principal de Palma, Consell Insular; Festival de Otoño, Comunidad de Madrid and Festival Temporada Alta
Creative residency
Théâtre de l’Archipel – Scène Nationale de Perpignan
In collaboration with
Théâtre des Quatre Saisons de Gradignan – Scène Conventionnée and L’animal a l’esquena – Centre de Creació de Celrà.