Yoga, Concert & Dance Performance

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Trimurti is an experience in which the audience is challenged to participate in a Yoga and Meditation Class, which culminates in a Dance and Concert Performance, created by Pedro Mendes and Kristina Van de Sand.
The public’s senses are actively stimulated throughout the Yoga Class, not only by the physical exercise but also by the live music, created specifically for this format. This three-dimensional experience between body, mind and sensations takes the participants to the state of stillness and focus of guided meditation, placing them emotionally in line with what follows – the Dance and Concert Performance.

Trimurti was born from a need to express hope and change, in the global context that we are experiencing today and from now on. In Hinduism, the triad of Brahma (Creation), Vishnu (Maintenance) and Shiva (Destruction) – Trimurti – is the representation of the life cycle that leads us to explore themes from death to construction. From the harshness of the end we proactively create new possibilities for hope – the death of something is always the beginning of something new.

Duration: app. 90 minutes
Yoga Class and Meditation held in English/German/Portuguese/French

TRIMURTI – Yoga, Musik & Tanz

In diesem partizipativen Format geht es um die Verbindung von Musik, Yoga & Tanz und der künstlerischen Auseinandersetzung mit den Themen Zerstörung, Hoffnung & Neubeginn (Trimurti). Das ganzheitliche Erleben von Bewegung und Live-Musik, gestaltet mit Violine, Viola, diversen Klangerzeugern und Loop-Station, führt die Teilnehmer*innen hin zu einergemeinsamen Meditation, mit anschließender Musik & Tanzperformance. Von und mit Pedro Mendes & Kristina Van de Sand, moderiert auf Deutsch/Englisch.

Musical Repertoire:

  • Bryce Dessner – Aheym (Fragments)
  • Maykomashmalom – Vladimir Godár
  • Maloya Kabose – Davy Siccard
  • All the time – Kristina Van de Sand
  • Concerto In A Minor, Rv 356 Largo- Antonio Vivaldi
  • Indian Classical Music
  • Field Recordings and Improvisations

Photos by Patrícia Andrade

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