Ranan presents
Those who could not hear the music
India tour
January 5 - 29, 2014


December 24, 2013

Ranan's production Those who could not hear the music will be touring to four cities in India in January 2014.

Date: Sunday, 5 January 2014
Venue: Little Theatre Group Auditorium, Delhi
Time: 5.30pm
As part of Bharat Rang Mahotsav main festival
Tickets information available on http://www.nsdtheatrefest.com/BRM16/tickets.php

Date: Sunday, 12 January 2014
Venue: Shrine Playhouse, Imphal
Time: 4pm
As part of Bharat Rang Mahotsav satellite festival

Date: Tuesday, 14 January 2014
Venue: Rabindra Bhawan, Guwahati
Time: 6.30pm
As part of Bharat Rang Mahotsav satellite festival

Date: Wednesday, 29 January 2014
Venue: NCPA Experimental Theatre, Mumbai
Time: 7pm
As part of the NCPA Select season
Event website: http://ncpamumbai.com/events-festivals.aspx?e=303&s=505








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Rananís performance piece is doubly inspired by the life, music and writings of and on Beethoven, and Vikram Sethís novel Ė An Equal Music. Two letters form the core of this performance. One written by Julia, the protagonist of An Equal Music, to her fellow musician and lover Michael; the other written by composer Ludwig Van Beethoven to his brothers. Both  deal with the pain of inevitable and irretrievable loss as their writers come to terms with their growing deafness - a loss all the more poignant since it involves the one sense central to the world of music that both individuals - one from contemporary fiction and one from European musical history - inhabit. This combination of text, movement, Kathak and Beethovenís music explores the many individual and collective, personal and epic textures arising out of this deep sense of loss. Beethovenís music evokes all these and so much more of human experience with unbelievable insight, nuance, power and passion.

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