The Feeling of Going
An enchanting journey into an extraordinary dream world where anything can occur.
Cover Photo of DVD 109346 The Feeling of Going © Arthaus Musik
The feeling of going is a visionary stage work by British choreographer Ben Wright, created for Skånes Dansteater’s sixteen dancers. The music, the Nordic Music Prize winning album GO by Sigur Rós frontman Jónsi, is performed by Malmö Opera orchestra and Choir and Oskar Humlebo, also known as Moto Boy.
The Feeling of Going is an enchanting journey into the everchanging landscape within. Where anything is possible. On the threshold where wakefulness and dream merge, a fantastical forest awaits full of life and unexpected encounters. Like all good tales the Feeling of Going encompasses both darkness and light, the playful co-existing with the painful. A performance inspiring you to let your mind free and discover your own path!
"It’s magnificent – and impossible not to love." Sydsvenskan
Coming soon on DVD and Blu-ray.
Cat. No.: 109346 (DVD) | 109347 (Blu-ray)
Recording location Malmö Opera
Recording date November 2017
Video format 1x DVD / NTSC | 1x Blu-ray Disc
Audio format PCM Stereo, DTS 5.1
Sets Will Holt
Light Design Zerlina Hughes
Stage Director Ben Wright
Choreography by Ben Wright
Dance Company Skånes Dansteater
Costumes Theo Clinkard
Duration 80 mins
Co-Production Company 3minutes west
Soloist Moto Boy
Orchestra / Band Malmö Opera Orchestra
Choir Malmö Opera Choir
YOU MIGHT ALSO BE INTERESTED IN...
Symphony N°8 in E-flat major - Gustav Mahler
The monumental Symphony of a Thousand by Gustav Mahler was described by the composer as "a present to an entire nation".
DVD: Sergiu Celibidache–Firebrand & Philosopher–DVD Box
EuroArts Music International
This exclusive 13 DVD edition features more than 20 hours of world-class music, and a hardcover book by Celibidache expert Jan Schmidt-Garre.
Live on takt1: Sir Simon Rattle & The LSO
Wild modernism from Eastern Europe meets sweeping symphonic artistry: Sir Simon Rattle conducts the London Symphony Orchestra.