It sounds like a family saga, this homage to Glenn Gould, which Israeli choreographer Emanuel Gat pays the Canadian pianist under the titel The Goldlandbergs. Yet what particularly interested Gat were not necessarily a chronological or logical narrative, but rather an intimate look at the complex nature of human relationships.  

Parts of the composition in English

Choreography: Emanuel Gat * In collaboration with the performers Michael Löhr, Pansun Kim, Geneviève Osborne, François Przybylski, Milena Twiehaus * Music: J.S.Bach, Goldberg variations. Piano, Glenn Gould * Additional soundtrack: The Quiet in The Land, prepared and written by Glenn Gould * Lights design: Emanuel Gat in collaboration with Guillaume Février * Sound design: Emanuel Gat in collaboration with Frédéric Duru * Production: Emanuel Gat Dance * Co-production: Festival Montpellier Danse 2013, Théâtre de la Ville, Paris, deSingel- International Art Campus, Anvers, Lincoln Center Festival 2014, New York, CCN Roubaix Nord-Pas de Calais Carolyn Carlson * With the kind support of the Institute francais and the french ministry of culture and communication /DGCA * In cooperation with Alte Oper Frankfurt * With the support of Freunde & Förderer of Mousonturm e.V.