Sadeh 21 by Ohad Naharin, Batsheva - The young Ensemble Ohad Naharin, Théâtre national de Chaillot

Sadeh 21; Choreography, Ohad Naharin; Lights and scenography, Avi Yona Bueno (Bambi); Music, Maxim Waratt; Costume, Ariel Cohen; Video surtitling, Raz Friedman; With; Batsheva - The young Ensemble Ohad Naharin; The Young Ensemble is a nursery for young performers coming from the four corners of the globe, some of whom will go on to swell the ranks of the Batsheva Danse Company. But as far as Ohad Naharin is concerned, it is also and above all a class of excellence: the proof through Sadeh21, one of the major pieces of the Batsheva 's repertoire. Created by Ohad Naharin in collaboration with his dancers, Sadeh21 shows movement in its simple nakedness. Dance, with slowing down effects and sudden accelerations takes on the look of a quasi cinematographic odyssey: 'a journey by body'.Sadeh21in the end turns out to be one of the most endearing pieces amongst those by Maestro Naharin. Speaking of experience 'Radiating and radioactive, dangerous and exciting', the artistic director of the Batsheva gets it right. Everything in Sadeh21 is exceptional. To the point that this choreography, acclaimed from its beginnings, plunges the spectator into a unique emotional state. An effect of pleasure and addiction are guaranteed. Recorded on October 21, 2018 at the Théâtre national de la Danse Chaillot; TV Director, Tommy Pascal (75 min)