Sydney Coliseum Theatre Presents Impermanence & Forever & Ever

Impermanence & Forever & Ever

Sydney Dance Company

Sydney Coliseum Theatre presents an extraordinary double bill featuring Rafael Bonachela‘s renowned Impermanence and Antony Hamilton‘s Helpmann Award-winning Forever & Ever performed by Sydney Dance Company‘s “awe-inspiring” (In Daily) ensemble.  

After a sell-out Sydney world-premiere season in 2021, Rafael Bonachela’s Impermanence is “arguably the single best piece created by and for an Australian dance company for many years” (Adelaide Advertiser). 

A visceral and thrilling exploration of the juxtaposition of beauty and devastation, this work features a moving score full of emotional power from Grammy Award-winning composer Bryce Dessner performed live on stage by the Australian String Quartet. Experience the power of dance and music performed live together, laden with meaning, fleeting and vulnerable, and from devastation find energy, urgency, radiance and hope. 

Antony Hamilton’s Helpmann Award-winning Forever & Ever “lays siege to the senses with a mighty display of shock and awe” (The Australian). 

Set to a sonically stimulating score by The Presets’ Julian Hamilton, Forever & Ever fuses together a killer mix of dance, techno, high fashion and vivid lighting to hypnotic effect. Exploring ideas of order, chaos, popular culture and human behaviour, this boundary-pushing work is a bold and thrilling theatrical experience that is not to be missed. 

The Australian String Quartet is joined by guest Violin 2, Tair Khisambeev, Acting Associate Concert Master, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. 

This visually stunning and powerful performance will take centre stage on Saturday, 26 August 2023.

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