Rambert2 perform the virtuosic duet based on two dancers’ personal diaries that attracted international recognition for Rafael Bonachela in 2004 and was awarded the prestigious Place Prize.
E2 7SD was conceived as a performance and sound sculpture of an emotionally charged landscape. The dancers perform in the mirror of their own vocal journeys, showing energy, beauty and white-hot intensity in the mundane, the dangerous and the desperate.
- Rafael Bonachela
- Sound Sculpture:
- Oswaldo Macia
- Lighting Design:
- Lee Curran
- Re-staged by:
- Antonia Grove
Header image: Lee Clayden and Antonia Grove performing
E2 7SD, 2004
Rafael Bonachela is a choreographer, curator and Artistic Director of Sydney Dance Company. Born in La Garriga near Barcelona, he danced with Rambert from 1992 to 2004 and was associate choreographer from 2003-2005. In 2006 he set up the Bonachela Dance Company and in 2008 was appointed Artistic Director of Sydney Dance Company. More
Rambert2 is a new group of the world’s most exhilarating dancers, bringing together dancers with outstanding ability, creativity and individuality, to form a second Rambert ensemble.
Rambert2 is a partnership between Rambert and Rambert School. Rambert2 is supported by the Linbury Trust.