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where you go

7:30PM | MAY 2, 2025
823 Seymour Street, Vancouver, BC

““I believe that our bodies hold the potential for powerful story-telling.  Movement and gesture can connect our bodies to the world around us and facilitate the sharing of our lived experience…I’m most excited for the opportunity to share storytelling through dance, and what it means to bring gestures out of the body that live deep in our blood memory, ourselves, our DNA. How those stories are waiting to be unfolded by the opportunities that exist in dance and movement, and now in song.”              
     - Olivia C. Davies, choreographer

Continuing our work with Indigenous choreographer Olivia C Davies, we return to tell more of the story of Where You Go weaving together voices, dance, lighting and costume design, to create an immersive journey through love, friendship and devotion. Davies' writes: "In a world where the only event that keeps you moving forward is the potential that you will meet your beloved once again, haunted by words said and unsaid, and by regrets and hopes unfulfilled, abandoning the struggle for power in a field of possibility after the loss, they wander here where damages are repaired, love knows no bounds and the only way to go is up. Climbing forever up towards the stars that only shine for them, falling ever so softly back to the earth to start all over again. This pair of star-crossed lovers, reunited in the Afterlife, carry forward the agreement of the heart, ’til death do us part.’"

where you go will feature two works: "Klangenfort," a new work inspired by Savannah Walling's 1976 text and choreography, and "where you go" - our original collaboration with Davies, filmed in 2022.  musica intima will sing a live score with music by David Lang, Luca Marenzio, Rebecca Dale, Jóhann Jóhannsson.  

Concept and choreography:

Olivia C. Davies

Klangenfort original concept: Savannah Walling



Kelly McInnes

Brandon Schwin


Jono Kim


musica intima exists to create incredible moments—to share the power of music with our audiences, and invite them into our circle of sound. Your financial support of the ensemble’s professional performance, touring, recording, and community outreach initiatives remains invaluable. 

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musica intima is a registered charitable organizaion #872525530RR0001

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