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KUNST-STOFF Home Season Performances
Date Friday June 12
Time 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Location Details
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
701 Mission Street, San Francisco, 94103-3138 | tel 415.978.2700 | tix 415.978.2787 | fax 415.978.9635
Event Type Other
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Yannis Adoniou's KUNST-STOFF 11th San Francisco Home Season
June 12-13-14, 2009
Fri - Sat: 8pm
Sun: 7pm

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Forum
Tickets: ON SALE NOW at ybca.org

Yannis Adoniou's KUNST-STOFF is pleased to present its 11th San Francisco Home Season with two world premiere, multi-disciplinary collaborations featuring dance, theater, live music, and visual design. Delving in across the spectrum from grief and hilarity, these works promise to offer considerable emotional scope.

KUNST-STOFF is honored to once again work with world class light designer, Lisa J. Pinkham, who will provide the visual design for these two works.
"(Where) Every Verse is Filled with Grief" World Premiere

Choreography: Yannis Adoniou
Music: Alfred Schnittke's "The Complete String Quartets"
Violinist: Paul Festa
Lighting: Lisa Pinkham

"(Where) Every Verse is Filled with Grief," created to the music of pioneering European composer, Alfred Schnittke, will be accompanied live by violinist and actor Paul Festa ("Stunning... " raves the Contra Costa Times, CA, about Festa).
"Raqs al Moza" World Premiere

Choreography: Yannis Adoniou
Dramaturgy: Talal Al-Muhanna
Music: Various Artists
Lighting: Lisa Pinkham

"Raqs al Moza" (which translates as "Banana Dance" from Arabic) is a dance theater piece about a boy and a girl in love during war times. It is a work about humor, breaking away from our habit, not only in art, but in much of society, to take ourselves and our work so seriously that we don't allow the natural impulse of laughter and delight to put things in perspective in the broad scope of our lives. Created in collaboration with dramaturg, Talal Al-Muhanna.
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