Displaying several disciplines together on stage: Music, film projections, choreographies and staggering machines, Rosa†Crvx explore man’s unfathomable depths through genuine stage shows… Of those machines probably the best known and the most prominent one is the so-called B.A.M. (Batterie Acoustique Midi), a set of genuine drums played by a programmable electromagnetic process, that won the price of sound inventions in Paris in 2001. Their more “simple” stage-set includes the B.A.M., eight churchbells and a grand piano and is built around the well-known two-man performance “La Danse de la Terre”.
More extended sets include an additional giant metal cage in which a man takes place and is smashed against a large iron gong, but the most spectacular stage-set is called “The Iron Games” and needs almost 300 m of space to be set up. It includes a whole series of inventions, rat hurdy-gurdies, resonating cones, crane-actuated lyres, water clocks, bells and gongs of all sorts, dancers covered in sound sensors, gigantic double-basses and a lot more.
The official website can be found under http://www.rosacrux.org
The official MySpace profile: http://www.myspace.com/rosacrux
The official Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/RosaCruxTV
Olivier Tarabo - Guitars, Lead Vocals
Claude Feeny - Piano, Carillon
Hugo Lafitte - Doublebass
Benjamin Canu - Bagpipes
Rosa†Chordis - Choral Ensemble
Juliette Bates - Performances
Aurore Giffard - Performances
Jeux de Fers (Cass, Ltd, Box)
Ales et Fèles (12”)
Les Vielles (3”)
Danse de la Terre (CD, Mini)
St. Ouen Les Profanations (7”)
Performances (7”, Promo)
Jeux de Fers - Performances (VHS, Ltd)
Noctes Insomnes (CD, Enh)
In Tenebris (CD, Enh)
In Tenebris (12”, Pic)
Lux.In.Tenebris.Lvcet (CD, Album, Ltd + DVD-V, Ltd)
Edited by Epitymbidia on 8 Jul 2009, 00:17
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