Night: Light, initially created for the Espace de projection at IRCAM, layers the musical score of Raphaël Cendo, the lighting score of Valérie Sigward, and the choreographic score of Alban Richard. Today, Jérôme Combier and Alban Richard have added a shared score, created from the breathing of a dancer and the birth of voice, just before speaking, a sort of far off echo of Katadjak throat singing practiced by Inuit women. From the eruptive musical gesture by Raphaël Cendo to the art of the obvious by Jérôme Combier, Nuit et jour covers the antipodes of musical and corporal expression.
A project by Alban Richard, Jérôme Combier, Raphaël Cendo, Valérie Sigward
Jérôme Combierdawnlight Raphaël CendoNight: Light Ensemble Cairn Cédric Jullion, Saori Furukawa (violonist invited), Frédéric Baldassare, Caroline Cren
Choreography and Performance Alban Richard
Lighting Valérie Sigward
Costumes Corine Petitpierre
Assistant Choreographer Martha Moore
Consultant for functional analysis of the body in danced movement Nathalie Schulmann IRCAM Computer Music Design Robin Meier, Olivier Pasquet
A Scène nationale d’Orléans production. A IRCAM/Les Spectacles vivants-Centre Pompidou, ensemble l’Abrupt coproduction. With the support of the SACD. Co-organized by the CDC Atelier de Paris-Carolyn Carlson as a part of the festival JUNE EVENTS.