The project will enable internationally revered Kathak dancer and choreographer Sonia Sabri to chronicle something new into the history of the House; invigorating interest in this rare and complementary union.
Visitors will be able to talk and interact with the Company whilst they are working on-site during the residency. Entrance to the House is free and people are welcome to attend during the House opening hours over the three-week period to see the Company. The opening hours for Bantock House are Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm. There will be short performances around the House and gardens on: Sunday 6 and 13 May 2007 at 2, 3 and 4pm and on Sunday 20 May at 1, 2, 3, 4pm.
Reviews of Sonia Sabri:
“Such an incredible musicality, it was impossible not to gaze in wonder and adoration…An uplifting crescendo of music and dance” Dance Europe
“a fine dancer, intense and intelligent… Sabri’s work is brimming with promise. Make sure you catch her next time…………..” The Times
“Sonia is a performer with exquisite grace…and star quality…” Shruti, India
“…stunning feast for the eyes and ears…cleverly choreographed… want to watch it again and again…” Arts, BBC UK
Weaving Paths (through time) is a partnership between the Sonia Sabri Company, Black Country Touring (BCT) and Wolverhampton Arts and Museum Service; and forms part of Black Country Touring’s reSonAte programme: for developing South Asian contacts, promoters and projects.