Hannes Buder

guitarist, cellist, composer

ONE:THIRD is a company of 8 dancers and a musician. They work on communication though movement and music, using free improvisation and democratic working processes as their tools.

DANCE Roberta Ricci, Justyna Kalbarczyk, Annukka Hirvonen, Edith Buttingsrud
Pedersen, Sarah Jegelka, Stefania Petracca, Saša Pavi

MUSIC Hannes Buder

The Piece 'Fate of the Galaxies' won the Jury Price of 100° Festival, Sophiensäle Berlin.

Jury statement:

For their distinct momentary compositions and diverse portrayal of particles within constellations as human relationships. Your rearranging shapes and spheres together with exquisite music was illuminative and uplifting and created a ‘complete picture’ what we feel like in the big world.

Review on "Fate of the Galaxies" by Campadidanza Dance Magazine

Yesterday the twelfth edition of 100° Berlin Festival came to an end.
During the long weekend of independent theatre, also known as the “Theatre Marathon”, over 100 productions were staged. Among these, one of particular interest and one which was greatly appreciated by the audience, was the performance of “Fate of the Galaxies” by the dance group One Third.

It began by reflecting upon galaxies’ movements; the way in which they touch and cross one other, in a game of attraction and interactions, causing more new changes to occur, giving rise to new stars or simply amounting to nothing. The ensemble of dancers animated the stage with interesting trajectories of movement, moving energy, making casual contact, creating falls and suspensions in an ever-changing rhythm of acceleration and breaks.

Hannes Buder’s original live music supported and accompanied the improvisation. He succeeded in composing and producing hypnotic sounds with his electric guitar and he used an extravagant and diverse variety of tools to pluck the strings.

The individual qualities of the seven dancers (Roberta Ricci, Stefania Petraka, Annukka Hirvonen, Justyna Kalbarczyk, Edith Buttingsrud Pedersen, Sasa Pavic, Sarah Jegelka) came together in harmonious synthesis, and helped to maked the performance heterogeneous and colorful.

Nicola Campanelli, 4.3.2015