Saeed Hani | Germany/Syria
Photo Credit: Oliver Möller & PG Stone
Dancer and choreographer Saeed Hani was born and raised in Syria and received his early training at the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts in Damascus. After his graduation he joined the prestigious Caracalla Dance Company in Beirut, Lebanon, to tour in Spain, Italy, Turkey, Oman, UAE, Jordan, Algeria and China. He also gained initial experience as a tutor at the affiliated dance school. Since fall 2015 he has been living in Trier, Germany and has performed as a dancer for several plays with various dance companies in Luxembourg, Belgium, France and Germany. In addition, he launched own projects like “One Night Stand” and “Dem Menschen ein Wolf”.
Saeed Hani travels a lot representing his work as a dancer, choreographer and teacher using the movement of the human body to communicate with the other cultures. He loves to combine different social perspectives and basically believes in the process of sharing intercultural ideas and viewpoints to create an organic new piece of dance.
Performance Date: 29 June 2019 (Program #3)
Choreography: Saeed Hani Möller
Performance: Li Sze Justyne (HK), Saeed Hani Möller (DE/SYR)
Music: Amaneceres+, Tras un sol violento, 03, Trashumancia.
[About the performance]
it is human nature to assume that everyone sees and experiences things *similarly*, but this isn’t *necessarily* true. For people suffering from depression, the world can look and feel drastically different.
People with depression *often* report intense feelings of hopelessness, joylessness, profound sadness, and a sense of isolation—even when surrounded by people who love and care about them.
Beyond the emotional experience, depression can literally color a person’s world and impact the way they see and experience life.