International Artistic project of Czech – German cooperation right on anniversary of the beginning of the II. W. War and 30 years from end of The Iron Curtain… Topic of emigration, minority, waiting right behind the walls of free world which does not open the door…
A Music-Theatre-Play by excellent German scriptwriter and stage manager Stephan Bestier and Czech music composer Martin Hybler.
“Mythic story of Medea in present context. Original work with the question of migration and migrating women. What is necessary to leave both outside and inside and what is left? How to manage new life in new culture as a stranger? How does it influence particular action?”
Being Medea is authorial psychological Music-Theater Drama of excelent German stage manager Stephan Bestier and Czech composer Martin Hybler. On a background of the old myth Medea, this up to date drama deals with such topics as migration, multicultural communication and missunderstanding. The role of Medea will be played by great German singer and actor Yvonne Reich.
Pre-premiere is held on Friday, 7th of June in Turnov city, CZE.
Premiere of the drama is held on 22nd of November, Sektor Dresden, Dresden, GER
Audience could listen to free improvisation on michaelaś pictures from the cycle Compositions and Oriments played by violinist Jana Kubánková and basoon player Tomáš Františ. At the end a premiere of composition Miša likes Tennis by Martin Hybler was played by both players. This composition was specially composed in this occasion and drew an inspiration from the fact, that this brilliant fine artist used to train the tennis and watching world tennis during her fatal disease contests brought her fun and motivation to get healthy and play again – for fun…
On 12th of May a recital called “Jewish violin of the classical repertoire” was held at beautiful synagogue in Turnov city, CZE. Violinist Jana Kubánková and pianist Martin Hybler presented classical works by jewish authors. Audience could enjoy Sonata for violin solo by E. Schulhoff, Suite Baal Shem by Ernst Bloch, Kol Nidrei – Hebrew Melody by Max Bruch and part of the Serenade for violin and piano by Alexander Zemlinsky.
On 12th of May a concert of violinist Jana Kubánková and pianist Martin Hybler is held in synagogue Turnov. Concert is named “Jewish Violin of the classical Repertoire” and presents both Czech and foreign Jewish authors and their compositions which already set the place within classical violin repertoire. Audience will enjoy works by Ernst Bloch, Ervín Schulhoff and others.