Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Evening 2

The open-circuited space of myth
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7 April,  Sunday
19:00

The premiere took place on 16 May 2018.

Orphic Games. Punk-Macrame is a new-processual project of the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre, a single work in 33 acts, presented in 12 productions as if in the space of 12 rooms, the walls of which are decorated with 33 frescos.

The space of the Orphic myth is revealed to you over the course of six days and evenings.

A single stream of 12 productions:

Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Day 1
Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Evening 1
Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Day 2
Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Evening 2

GAME IX

Director-authors of initial works: Nikolai Berman, Maria Dorogova, Ulyana Lukina, Alexandra Moroz, Viktoria Petrenko, Kristina Rabotenko

Performers: Alberto Al Cosmico, Aruan Anartaev, Aneta Argandevols, Nikolai Berman, Dmitry Borisov, Yury Vasilyev, Nika Vashakidze, Yevgenia Vesnina, Yevgeny Vikharev, Darya Gusakova, Danaya Davydova, Yevgeny Dal, Kaleria Dyomina, Maria Dorogova, Sergei Zhivotov, Alesya Ignatova, Darya Koltsova, Alina Kotova, Polina Kuzmina, Viktoria Lebed, Yekaterina Loginova, Ulyana Lukina, Igor Makarov, Alexandra Moroz, Yelena Muchnaya, Viktoria Petrenko, Denis Prutov, Kristina Rabotenko, Vagan Saroyan, Svetlana Sataeva, Anastasia Sokolova, Mikhail Taratin, Anna Khlyostkina, Darya Khutskaya

On video: Yelena Artemenko, Igor Beloshevsky, Nikolai Berman, Alexandra Borovikova, Anna Buvina, Marina Bulantseva, Yevgenia Vesnina, Yevgeny Vikharev, Kaleria Dyomina, Maria Dorogova, Sergei Zhivotov, Ada Karina, Anna Kolechkina, Vyacheslav Kornichenko, Alina Kotova, Viktoria Lebed, Yekaterina Lesun, Igor Makarov, Yana Melnikova, Yelena Muchnaya, Anton Nefyodov, Viktoria Petrenko, Vladlena Sandu, Yulia Savchenko, Yevgenia Selivanova, Darya Khutskaya, Yana Ekk

Texts

Eurydice
Jean Anouilh
Translated by Yelena Babun

Libretto of L’Orfeo, an opera by Сlaudio Monteverdi
Translated by Darya Mitrofanova

Music
Soundscapes: Vladimir Gorlinsky
Sound Interiors: Kirill Shirokov

“Discrete Continuity”
Score for Electronic Instrument
Music by Kirill Shirokov
Performed by Viktoria Lebed, Yelena Muchnaya, Anna Khlyostkina

Radio Orpheus
Authors: Dmitri Kourliandski and Oleg Makarov

Score for Singing Bowls
Music by Kirill Shirokov
Performed by Danaya Davydova, Darya Gusakova

Video Content
“Conversation Cafe”
Director: Viktoria Petrenko
Operator: Yelena Muchnaya
Assistant: Lyudmila Zaitseva

“Point of No Return”
Director: Ulyana Lukina
Operator: Kirill Begishev
Editing, color correction: Alexandra Koroleva

GAME X

Director-authors of initial works: Yevgeny Dal, Alesya Ignatova, Viktoria Lebed, Yekaterina Loginova, Alexandra Moroz

Performers: Asya Andrianova, Viktoria Bryzgalova, Danaya Davydova, Yevgeny Dakot, Yevgeny Dal, Oxana Kostina, Alina Kotova, Viktoria Lebed, Yekaterina Loginova, Igor Makarov, Alexandra Moroz, Alisa Sviridova, Tatyana Simonenkova, Sergei Sokolov, Ulyana Tabolich, Yulia Yudina

Texts
Orpheus
Jean Cocteau
Translated by Leonid Tsyvyan

Music
Soundscapes: Vladimir Gorlinsky
Musical performance
Music by Kirill Shirokov
Performed by Igor Makarov, Sergei Sokolov

Radio Orpheus
Authors: Dmitri Kourliandski and Oleg Makarov

Chorale
Music by Vladimir Gorlinsky
Performed by Rossia, the Lyudmila Zykina Russian Folk Ensemble

GAME XI

Director-authors of initial works: Demyan Vodkin, Vyacheslav Kornichenko, Kristina Rabotenko

Performers: Alberto Al Cosmico, Aruan Anartaev, Asya Andrianova, Andrei Anisimov, Nataliya Afanasyeva, Artyom Bogucharsky, Viktoria Bryzgalova, Yevgeny Vikharev, Pavel Gatilov, Georgy Grishchenkov, Sergei Zhivotov, Gulnara Iskakova, Vyacheslav Kornichenko, Polina Kuzmina, Lina Langner, Yekaterina Loginova, Pavel Melikov, Anton Oshchepkov, Denis Prutov, Kristina Rabotenko, Alisa Sviridova, Anastasia Sokolova, Ulyana Tabolich, Mikhail Taratin, Vitaly Terekhovsky, Darya Khutskaya

Texts
Eurydice
Jean Anouilh
Translated by Yelena Babun

Orpheus
Jean Cocteau
Translated by Leonid Tsyvyan

Music
Soundscapes: Vladimir Gorlinsky
Sound Interiors: Kirill Shirokov

Les Valses de Vienne
Performed by François Feldman

“Bullshit”
Written and composed by Leningrad and The Tiger Lillies
Performed by Leningrad

Score for a musical performance of “Bullshit”
Music by Vladimir Gorlinsky
Performed by Anton Oshchepkov

“Ballet”
Music by Dmitri Kourliandski

“May There Always Be Sunshine”
Music by Arkady Ostrovsky
Written by Lev Oshanin
Performed by Misha Botov, Tamara Miansarova, Iosif Kobzon and the Chorus of the Ensemble at the Central House For Railroad Workers' Children

Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Day 3
Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Evening 3
Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Day 4
Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Evening 4
Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Day 5
Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Evening 5
Orphic Games. Punk-macrame.Day 6
Orphic Games. Punk-macrame. Evening 6

 

Wikipedia

Isomorphism (from ancient Greek - ἴσος - "equal, identical, similar" and μορφή - "form"). Isomorphism is defined for sets endowed with some structure (for example, for groups, rings, linear spaces, etc.). In general terms it may be described as follows: an invertible mapping (bijection) between two sets endowed with a structure that is called an isomorphism if it preserves this structure.

A bijection is a mapping that is both surjective and injective. In bijective mapping, one element of a set corresponds exactly to each element of the other set, while an inverse mapping is defined that has the same property. Therefore, a bijective mapping is also called mutually identical mapping (correspondence), or one-to-one mapping.

The function
f : : X → → Y is called a bijection if:
1) It translates various elements of the set X into different elements of the set Y (injectivity). In other words,
• ∀ ∀ x 1
∈ ∈ X , 
∀ ∀ x 2
∈ ∈ X 
x 1
≠ ≠ x 2
⇒ ⇒ f ( x 1
) ≠ ≠ f ( x 2
)
2) Any element of Y has its inverse image (surjectivity). In other words,
∀ ∀ y ∈ ∈ Y , 
∃ ∃ x ∈ ∈ X 
f ( x ) = y

An injection in mathematics is the mapping of set X into set Y f : : X → → Y
whereby different elements of set X are translated into different elements of set Y, that is, if two images under the mapping coincide, then the preimages also coincide:
f ( x ) = f ( y ) ⇒ ⇒ x = y

Surjection (surjective mapping, from French sur - "to", "over" + Latin jactio - "I throw") is the mapping of set X to set Y f:: X → Y
whereby each element of set Y is the image of at least one element of set X.

Isorhythm (German: Isorhythmie) is a technique of composition in European polyphonic music of the 14th and 15th centuries, expressed in the ostinato holding of a rhythmic formula, regardless of the pitch.

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