New music theater performance in Maxim Gorki Theater on November 12, 2017 in Berlin. Two dancers, six vocal soloists, a choir and ten Dynamic Speakers were part of the immersive full evening show.

Tiferet is an artistic exploration inspired by Kabbalistic foundations of elasticity of the mind and the ability to effortlessly move from one state of awareness to another. Tiferet is the 6th Sephira of the Kabbalistic Tree of Life and it asserts that beauty does not stand for itself, but comes from the balance of various forces or elements. This balance is considered to be dynamic and changing according to situation, time and place.

In Tiferet the multiple circles or forces, which are the dancers, soloists, choir and Dynamic Speakers, influencing one another and create a reality of multiple parallel fields of “awareness”. An attempt to bring the spiritual world of Kabbalah into the physical world of performance in a non-verbal practice.

The Concept of the show and the Dynamic Speakers were invented by composer Amir Shpilman and designer Yair Kira in Berlin, 2017.

Composer and Director: Amir Shpilman
Dramaturgy: Bastian Zimmermann
Dance: Elena Kilchitskay, Yotam Peled
Vocal Solists: AuditivVokal Dresden
Conducted by: Olaf Katzer
CHOIR: Carl-von-Ossietzky-Chor
Conducted by: Berit Kramer

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