A choreography to Astor Piazzolla’s Eight Seasons, performed by violinist Gidon Kremer, in a special arrangement by Han Otten.The music weaves the original Piazzolla together with a musical commentary on it. The sensual, melancholy character of the tango is rudely interrupted by sudden violent alterations that put the music and dance in a new light, forcing the dancers to fight one’s way through the endless masse of short Piazolla’s fragments.

It is a successful mix of the more minimalistic and structured elements of de Châtel’s earlier work and the psychological undercurrent of Waltz (2010). (Het Parool)

Krisztina de Châtel was nevertheless the master of space. She once again proves this in Infinite, her contribution to Generations. (de Volkskrant)

premiere 7 December 2011, Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam
choreography Krisztina de Châtel
dance Davide Cocchiara, Jozefien Debaillie, Corneliu Ganea, Kelly Hirina, Kiyan Khoshoie, Yuval Lev, Francesca Monti, Natasha Rodina, Ellen Houck, Federica Rizzo, Sasha Samion, Danilo Tesi
understudy Tijana Prendovic, Ninos Josef
music Han Otten
light Bernie van Velzen
assistant of the choreographer Chris Tandy
costumes Elian Smits
photography Leo van Velzen