Sebastian Matthias is no longer a newcomer. This is already the second year in a row that he will be represented at the Tanzplattform and his simultaneously complex and accessible style of movement has made him both a hit with audiences and a critical success, with experts calling him one of the most important new voices. Far removed from all representation logic, he develops dance as a system to break open hierarchies of perception and rethink relationships. His choreography DANSERYE is based on Tielman Susato’s music collection, »Musyck Boexken Danserye« (1551), in which music and dance are equal partners in dialogue. In Michael Wolter’s new musical interpretation of the pieces, dancers, live musicians and viewers move to and from each other, in order to come together and search for new qualities and earnings from music and dance, inherent within both art forms.