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Rukmini Vijayakumar

Rukmini Vijayakumar | Korzo producties

Bharatanatyam triple-bill of artist-in-residence

Actress, dancer, and choreographer Rukmini Vijayakumar has achieved star status in her homeland, India. At the festival in Korzo last year she made a great impression with her own take on Bharatanatyam. With her athletic body and surprising perspective on space, dynamics, and emotion, she manages to place this age-old dance form in a contemporary context. This year she was selected for the coveted international residence, supported by the Kylián Foundation. Rukmini presents an evening’s program in three parts with love as the central theme. Two traditional Bharatanatyam dances are the entry point to the world premiere of a totally original new creation.

Yashoda
concept, choreography & dance Rukmini Vijayakumar | music Dr. Rajkumar Bharathi | sound design Sai Shravanam, Resound India | vocals Keerthana Vaidyanathan | rhythm/percussion N Kesavan | raga ragamalika | tala adi | production Raadha Kalpa

The Muse
choreography & dance Rukmini Vijayakumar | soudnscape Peter Lemmens | light design Albert Tulling | regie Leo Spreksel | production Korzo productions | suppurted by Kylián Foundation | world premiere 25 October 2018, Korzo theater, The Hague (NL) Unrequited is a production.

Unrequited
concept & choreography Rukmini Vijayakumar | music Om Peace, Tumbara by Spiral Spirit, One River by Benjy Wertheimer & John de Kadt | production Raadha Kalpa | world premiere 25 October 2018, Korzo theater, The Hague (NL)

duration 120 minutes incl. intermission

On 25 October Rukmini will present a introducing lecture about Indian Dance. There is also a aftertalk with Rukmini after her performance on 26 October.

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