Compagnie Tabea Martin presents a piece for children at Tanzhaus nrw Düsseldorf
Aimed at the young ones, the piece fluctuates quite well through all ages, resonating relevant questions on norms, gender and prejudice.
Fourth-Year students of the BA Dance program at the Center of Contemporary Dance performed their graduation solos at soloedition'22 at Studiotheater ZZT in Cologne
This year's soloedition showed a beautifully constructed evening that seemed like a coherent piece made out of solos.
David Gordon died on January 29th 2022 in NYC. We have lost one of the key movers and shakers of the Judson Church Post Moderns.
He thought he’d be a teacher, then an artist, and eventually followed a colleague into a modern dance class where he found his passion.
A review by Fernanda Ermelindo with photos by Ursula Kaufmann
The curtains are open, the lights are on. As soon as you enter the theater you are confronted by the giant ship, tons of sand, and the cliffs making the way to the wreckage. Pina has the power of making one forget where they are.
Une interview avec Mathieu Ganio
Le Danseur Étoile à l’Opéra National de Paris parle de la création du nouveau ballet de Pierre Lacotte, «Le Rouge et le Noir». L’entretien ci-dessous a eu lieu une semaine avant la première.
Une conversation avec Pierre Lacotte
Le chorégraphe signe une création ambitieuse pour l’Opéra National de Paris : un ballet inspiré d’un chef-d’œuvre de la littérature française du XIXe siècle, « Le Rouge et le Noir » de Stendhal.
A Zoom-Interview with the siblings Julian MacKay, Nicholas MacKay, Nadia Khan und Maria Sascha Khan.
Following an invitation of Ballett-Akademie der Hochschule für Musik und Theater in München in cooperation with tanznetz.de dance students ask the famous siblings from Montana questions about education, carrier, competition and artistic concepts.
„Kampung Baru (New village)“ by Raymond Liew Jin Pin as a video-stream
Hamburg-based Malaysian choreographer Raymond Liew Jin Pin revised and deconstructed his autobiographic experience and body archive in traditional dance by delegating it to the bodies of contemporary dancers. He creates a new village on the stage – a space where traditional becomes new, while new might look old.
„VOICE“ by Loïc Perela at Kampnagel Hamburg
Apart from five performers the common voice they create becomes the sixth body on the stage.
“FIELD” by SKILLS (Camilla M. Fehér and Sylvi Kretzschmar) at Kampnagel
This sound- and choreography-based work is inspired by the former field station Teufelsberg and brings recognizable atmospheric translation to the power of spy-technologies and its relation to fragile human physicality on stage.
“Lyrical Ping Pong” by Véronique Langlott at Monsun theatre Hamburg
Imagine a performance, where all the methods it is based on are declared at the first minute.
“Bare Bodies – Bodies & States of Exception” by Ursina Tossi at Kampnagel
Naked bodies referred to Matisse “Dance”, Roman bas-reliefs or “Laocoön” and at the same time to the glitched objects from 3D-printer. That could be the beginning of the “Space Odyssey” or the end of it.