Last June Cathy Krier and Elisabeth Schilling appeared together on stage for the first time to premiere the research piece ‘Mosaikgleiche Augenblicklichkeiten – Skizzen zu Ligeti’ at the MonoLabo Festival in Luxembourg. Here is the article in the Newspaper of the Letzebuerger Vollek: ‘Let’s go into the lair and into the of vivid of the evening. The first performance was of very great beauty: “Mosaikgleiche Augenblicklichkeiten, Skizzen zu Ligeti”. This creation by Elisabeth Schilling (choreographer) and Cathy Krier (pianist), requires […]
‘It was tremendous to welcome Elisabeth here in Shetland as part of her Scottish Tour. The piece captivated the audience, it felt accessible and relatable. I just feel rather lucky that we got to have her here. She gave so much and it was such a pleasure.’ Kathryn Gordon – Shetland Arts
Elisabeth is currently in residency at WU Arts Space in Sweden, within which she prepares new projects. A performance of FELT as well as a workshop around the piece will take place at the weekend.
Invited by visual artist Yvette Bathgate, Elisabeth participates in the shoot of a short film to be screened in Scotland in autumn 2019.
Invited by the organization Shetland Arts Elisabeth created a work, together with young dancers from the Shetland Islands, to be performed at Mareel on 21st July 2019. An excerpt on the work can be seen here:
‘FELT is a bold proposal’ – Paulo Lobo. The Luxembourgish magazine WUNNEN reports on FELT from the perspective of design & architecture in the summer issue June / July.
Ahead of the FELT performances at The Byre Theatre in St Andrews, Elisabeth gives and interview in ‘The Courier’. Images: Bohumil Kosthoryz & Martine Pinnel
‘Schilling’s fascinating moving sculpture helps us see fabric in a new light.’ On Monday, 1st July a four – star review by journalist Kelly Apter was published in the Scottish ‘The Scotsman’: https://www.pressreader.com/uk/the-scotsman/20190701/282879437300023
After the run of FELT at the Hunterian Art Gallery Glasgow last week, renowned dance critic Mary Brennan published the following article in the Scottish Herald: https://www.heraldscotland.com/arts_ents/17738040.dance-review-felt-hunterian-art-gallery-glasgow/?fbclid=IwAR2zRsGgyQZreZo_hkiIJGLiBPypAaH9Oqp_hPdCUXZSY7MNYTN0XKzCWxQ Image: Martine Pinnel
After the start of our FELT Scotland Tour last week, we are happy to publish some first audience comments on the piece.