Event, London, 2020

   
   

 

 

We are delighted to invite you. Join us!

 

 

   
   

 

   
   

Not to be missed! Enchanting harp music, poetry,

fine art & contemporary dance, a one off performance!

In collaboration,

Poet / Composer / Musician, Ricardo Garcia-Curbelo

Fine Artist, Aurelie Freoua

Contemporary Dancer, Jessica Haener

present

An artistic topical view of today's Planet Earth.

The two part t act, aims to mirror, live on stage, harp music and poetry through painting and dance. Sweet Home  evolves from three powerful works by Ricardo: the poetic/progressive music piece, The Homo sapiens Dream and the two poems, The Irrational and Letter to My Home.

 

Online Bookings & Venue info:

 

https://theatrotechnis.com/production/act-sweet-home/

 

www.wegottickets.com/event/498643/

 

 

About The Cast

Briefly:

 

   
   

Ricardo Garcia-Curbelo

Composer/Poet/Performer

 

 

Aurelie Freoua

(Artist Performer)

 

Jessica Haener

Dancer/Performer

   
   

Ricardo from an early age has been an eminent representative of Latin American poetry and music culture, nationally and internationally. His commitment, consistency and development as a performer, make him today a solid artist. He studied the harp in his country, Colombia, at the Music Academy of Villavicencio, music theory at the Music Academy Luis A. Calbo in Bogotá and voice production at the National University. In the UK Ricardo continued voice production studies and also studied Spanish literature. He published some of his poems in English and Spanish in The Anthology of Latin American Poets in London. His entire work is basically poetry. It is from his Poetical-Progressive composition, THE HOMO SAPIENS DREAM  / El Sueño Homo sapiens, and the lyrics of his poem, The Irrational, that the Act SWEET HOME evolves, sharing and taking once more Latin America’s music and poetry to a new dimension. The Act also includes one of his  well received classical pieces at concerts, The Ballerina / La Bailarina, from his most recent Album, Espíritu Llanero / A Londres. Ricardo has given solo concerts around the UK on a wide variety of stages, including educational institutions of all levels and has shared the stage with several accomplished artist performers from around the world.

Delighted to perform in collaboration with fine artist Aurelie Freoua and contemporary dancer Jessica Haener, he hopes you enjoy ‘Sweet Home’!

 

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Aurelie is a French artist living and working in London. She originally studied Mathematics in Paris but went on to study drama at Cours Florent in Paris and was involved in intensive workshops with Jack Waltzer. She also completed an MA in Fine Art at Camberwell College of Arts, London 2016.

Since then, her paintings have been exhibited in several group shows all over the world. Aurelie had several solo shows in London, including ‘Symphony of Colours’ in Mayfair (2017). Her artworks have featured in poetry collections including ‘Echoing’ published by Ampersand. She created a work specially for the Bonhams’ auction in support of the Grenfell Tower victims (2018). Aurelie has taken part in workshops at Tate Exchange, Tate Modern. Since 2017, she has been collaborating with the Vortex Jazz Club where she has improvised live painting in response to music during The London Jazz Festival; she curates and performs in multidisciplinary, experimental and immersive live performances called ‘Résonances’, merging visual art, musical performances, poetry and dance. Aurelie is currently designing new album covers released on Babel Label and is also working on set designs for theater plays at Theatro Technis alongside her acting performances. Through her work, Aurelie aims to explore and transcend such notions as the invisible, movement, ephemerality and the intangibility of emotion through vivid colours and harmonious compositions of form, line and light. Throughout her practice she values authentic representation and intensity in a process of ‘making visible’.

 

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Jessica’s dance adventure started with acrobatic rock ‘n’ roll in her hometown of Geneva. She then settled in London where she graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in 2013. Now a freelance performer, she has collaborated with independent choreographers in the UK and in Switzerland, as well as toured nationally with dance companies, such as Earthfall, BalletLorent and Run Ragged Production. These collaborations involved performances in theatres, art galleries, museums and outdoor spaces, alongside working in dance film. She is a member of the Swallowsfeet Collective who curate OOPS Festival, bringing independent contemporary performances and visual art every year to Brighton.

She has always strived to bring arts and community work together and has worked as a peer mentor in a dance-led programme in Early Intervention in Psychosis. She completed a Masters in Applied Anthropology and Community Development at Goldsmiths University in 2019. She works as Community Coordinator at the Telegraph Hill Centre, which aims to counter social isolation amongst older people, by offering weekly opportunities to engage in physical and artistic activities.

 

   
   

 

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