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Face to Face – Of the Secret of Farewell

  • Kunsthalle Hamburgerstraße 49 18069 Rostock (Karte)

Face to Face – Of the Secret of Farewell

Friederike Kühl

Friederike Kühl

Eurhythmy is an art of movement that aims to visualize the creative forces contained in music and language. There are eurhythmy ensembles all over the world who perform together with musicians and spoken word artists. The shows range from lyrical evenings to big scale symphonic projects. Initiator Rudolf Steiner, the man responsible for the Waldorf educational philosophy and who got his doctorate in Rostock, also recommended eurhythmy as a school subject, resulting in students of more than 1.000 Waldorf schools worldwide moving to language and music in a space.



Henry Purcell (1659-1695):
“When I am Laid in Earth” from the opera Dido and Aeneas

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750):
Partita in d minor for solo violin BWV 1004 (interspersed with other dances)

Jean Baptiste Lully (1632 - 1687):

André Campra (1660-1744):
Forlana aus Le Carnaval de Venise

Jean Baptist Lully:
Chaconne de Phaeton

Encounter and Farewell (Improvisations in movement, speech and sound)

Henry Purcell:
Oh let me weep” from “The Fairy-Queen”

Johann Sebastian Bach:
Christ lag in Todesbanden“ from the cantata „Christ lag in Todes Banden“ BWV 4
Chorale „Wie soll ich dich empfangen from the Weihnachtsoratorium BWV 248
Chorale „In meines Herzens Grunde“ from the Johannespassion BWV 245
Chaconne from the Partita in d minor, version with singing according to Helga Thoene



Bach bewegt:
Friederike Kühl, singing and speech
Martje Brandsma, eurythmy
Giovanni Succi, speach
Carla Linné, violin and Baroque dance
Simon Linné, Baroque guitar and theorbo
Alexander Seeger, choreography Dante
Michael de Roo, dramaturgy Bach
Hélène Schaap, costume
Saskia Mees, director
Peter Jackson, lighting layout
Moritz Meyer, technical equipment
Julian Hoffmann, technical equipment and light


Bachverein Rostock e. V.

Frühere Events: 17. Mai
Choir Music in Rostock around 1600
Späteres Event: 18. Mai
Bach in the City Harbour