Daya

Daya

“The senses are superior to matter; mind is higher than the senses. Higher than the mind is intelligence, but the soul is higher still.”

– Bhagavad-Gita –

Daya, a modern fairy tale

‘Daya’, a modern fairy tale written by V.S. Keilman and K.D. Bosch, is a homage to the goddess of art and knowledge Sarasvati and is based on her qualities. The word daya itself is the sanskrit translation for mercy. Emphasized by the use of improvisation and newly composed music, the piece evolves into a journey and flow of emotions of a young ethereal being, Daya, searching for herself within imaginary dreamed worlds. Daya is a modern dance improvisation project and has a total length of 60 minutes.

Daya

Team

Concept: Vraja Sundari Keilman, Stormvogel and Krishna Das Bosch

Choreography: Vraja Sundari Keilman 

Compositions: Stormvogel & Krishna Das Bosch

Musicians: Stormvogel, Krishna Das Bosch, Sohrab Aziz

Dancers: Isabel Bérénos, Guillermo Blinker, Vraja Sundari Keilman, Ricardo Rus Da-Silva

Added tracks: Camille, Godspeed You Black Emperor!

Film: Pablo Larrea, Vraja S. Keilman, KD Bosch

Voice: Marut Keilman-Jorquera

Spoken verse from Bhagavad-Gita

Light: Eddy v/d Weerd

Sound: Virgil Smit

Design lay out: VS Keilman and KD Bosch based on photos and images by Léon Richard, Bala Bosch and Peter Vroon.

Sponsors: AMJ Jamie BV, Balletschool Marut Jorquera Baarn.

Thanks to RIG Investments, Balletschool Marut Jorquera, Henk & Marut Keilman & all dancers, friends and fans.

Teaser of ‘Daya’ 2008 by Pablo Larrea @ idealconcept.com.

Daya