The ones dancing were seen as crazy by those who could not hear the music. Why don't we listen to our hearts when they sing melodies of love? Is it fear? What is fear? In what forms does it take place in our lives? Does it control us? Is it abstract? Is it tangible? The improvisational performance “Felelem” is a first meeting on stage where 3 musicians and a contemporary dancer seek to create images and explore the nuances of fear.
An emotional journey through the layers of fearVitruvian Thing, Ptolemaeon 29A, 4th fl., 54630, Thessaloniki
- Concept: Marianna Leptokaropoulou, Sári Rumi, Panagiotis Michail Tsakiris, Dani Zetterström
- Cello/vocals: Sari Rumi
- Guitar/vocals: Dani Zetterström
- Sound design/vocals: Panagiotis Michail Tsakiris
- Dance: Marianna Leptokaropoulou, Vicky Angelidou
- Poster Design: Panagiotis Michail Tsakiris
- Directorial advice: Aliki Dourmazer
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