Solo piece created from the idea of the lovebird, small species of West African parrot, noted for the remarkable attention mating pairs pay to one another and figurative sense of “a lover”.Social and affectionate their name comes from the parrots’ strong, monogamous pair bonding and the long periods which paired birds spend sitting together.
Premiered at Session House Tokyo ‘Dance Flower vol.28’, special program of selected choreographers chosen between all performances in 2017.
With the support of Embassy of Spain in Tokyo.
Choreography and dancer: Lucía Vázquez.
Original music: Sleepy James.
Singer: Amanda Palma.
Atrezzo: Naoto Tamura
Special thanks to TNG Academy.