The Sassy Jassy Sisters

Aerial Ballett on Silks

In the 19. century the trail blazing aerial ladies were huge ensembles of up to 100 dancers. They worked on up to 100 ropes, hanging next to each other, and danced in beautiful synchronized choreographies in the air. We seize this forgotten tradition, and create synchronized aerial art on silks.
Our style is contemporary yet retro nostalgic. But we are happy to adapt our act and costumes to other themes as well.

Aerial Performance Duett with Jana Korb and Sylvia Idelberger – we also work on other props like ropes and trapezes. Depending on your event, depending on your ideas, everything is possible - and we are many - up to 10 aerialistst! (Meaning, we can perform our aerial ballett not just a duett, but with many more performers...)

Jana Korb and Sylvia Idelberger have been co-operating since the beginning of their aerial careers: together in aerial ensembles, in huge aerial productions, in duetts, and in joint artistic creations. After a long time they have created a new big joint production - they are very proud of their Sassy Jassy Sister!

Where does the name "Sassy Jassy Sisters" come from?

Sassy - adj. (Amer., coll.) - lively, bold, and full of spirit; cheeky. To really understand what this means - you have to come and watch our show!

Jassy - Jana plus Sylvia - our super cute super couple nickname...

Sisters - hey, look, can you tell us apart? Not even we ourselves can do that! And now, please tell us, who's taller and who's got the longer legs in our gorgeous splits...

 

Silks duett (ca. 10-15 min) on two silks

>> technical conditions
>>Summary and technical rider - PDF Download

The Sassy Jassy Sisters, Foto: Thomas Dix

The Sassy Jassy Sisters - Tissue Duett & Elektro Swing

Impressions

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The Sassy Jassy Sisters, Foto: Vojtech Brtnicky

 

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The Sassy Jassy Sisters, Foto: Vojtech Brtnicky

 

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The Sassy Jassy Sisters, Foto: Vojtech Brtnicky

 

The Sassy Jassy Sisters, Foto: Vojtech Brtnicky

The Sassy Jassy Sisters, Foto: Vojtech Brtnicky

The Sassy Jassy Sisters, Foto: Vojtech Brtnicky

The Sassy Jassy Sisters, Foto: Vojtech Brtnicky

Technical Details

Rigging points for silks
Height: min. 6m - better 7m
Load: 3,5kN WLL per each rigging point - two points, min. 3m apart
Ground space: min. 3m x 3m per silk

In case of unclarities about the rigging points - please do not hesitate to ask me, or let me talk to your technical director directly.

Open Air
For open air events I can bring my own aerial rig: freestanding pyramid (without anchor points)
Height: 8m
Ground space: ca. 8m x 8m
Ground space for setup: 16m x 16m

Setup by Jana Korb and team.
The ground must be flat and even, free of equipment and obstacles. The aerial space must be free of obstacles, not closer than 2m.

Setup: ca. 2h
Take down: ca. 1h

I am happy to perform on other rigging points. Or maybe your event has sponsors of the building trades - and you have access to a crane. Please contact me!

Music
We need a sound system, appropriate for the size of the audience. We bring our own player (to connect by mini jack).

Light
We need light for the entire silks.
I will bring a detailled technical rider for lights.

Safety
If there is are two crash mats (size: 2m x 3m x 40cm), we are happy to use them!
In some cases, we can bring our won.

>> Infos and technical rider - PDF download