Kinetic Orchestra: Like There’s No Tomorrow
Wed 2.8. at 7 PM
Thu 3.8. at 7 PM
Fri 4.8. at 7 PM
Age recommendation +7 years
What would a world paused in an impossible moment look like? Known for their original and virtuosic movement language, Kinetic Orchestra's newest piece Like There's No Tomorrow paints a surreal landscape full of explosive movement, lightness and eagerness.
In the performance the dancers, things, and objects on stage reorganize, pause into still pictures and transform continuously, creating surreal sculptures and landscapes. The piece is inspired by Philippe Halsman’s iconic photographic work Dalí Atomicus (1948), portraying artist Salvador Dalí flying through the air with three cats and water splashing from a bucket.
"Dalí Atomicus is a moment captured in time, and it's easy to imagine the past and the future around it." – choreographer Jarkko Mandelin
Created in close collaboration with the working group, Like There’s No Tomorrow ties seamlessly together sound art, visual abundance and Kinetic Orchestra’s recognizable movement language combining acrobatic partnering and contemporary dance with martial art techniques. Light designer Veli-Ville Sivén’s gravity-defying scenography and costume designer Maria Sirén’s fine art inspired costumes build up a strong visuality on stage. The through-composed soundscape is created by musician Janne Hast together with guitarist Petri Kautto.
“The soft and viscous movement is like a dream, and nothing seems to be impossible for the four dancers: Anni Koskinen, Kalle Lähde, Suvi Nieminen and Oskari Turpeinen. The contacts are steady and precise, and despite the technically demanding and fast material, the dancing is marked by freedom and ease.” – Demokraatti 9.12.2022, Annikki Alku
The event is produced by Kinetic Orchestra.
Standard ticket | 25 €
Discount tickets | 15 € Under 25 yrs, Students, Unemployed, Conscripts and Civil Servants. Please be prepared to present a certificate entitling you to a discount.
Pensioners | 20 €
Professional ticket | 15€ For members of Teme
Pay What You Can | A small number of "Pay What You Can" tickets are also on sale for the performance. PWYC tickets are available at the info point that is located at the Cable Factory's Glass Courtyard and here. Read more about Pay What You Can tickets and other ticket information.
Choreography and Concept
Jarkko Mandelin and the working group
Jacob Börlin, Kalle Lähde, Suvi Nieminen, Oskari Turpeinen
Light Design & Scenography
Sound Design & Composition
Musicians on the recording
Janne Hast, Petri Kautto
Sanni Giordani, Sofia Suomalainen
Arts Promotion Centre Finland, Kone Foundation & City of Helsinki
Premiered in Cultural Centre Stoa 7.12.2022