Student Works

Student Works
Student Works

04.06 – 06.06.2008

The seventh generation

In June a new generation of dancers and choreographers will be graduating from P.A.R.T.S., the international dance school headed by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. This group of seventh-generation students comprises 20 dancers and choreographers from 13 countries. The students will present their own work in the Kaaitheaterstudio’s. They have worked on these creations for three months, individually or in groups of two to four and under the supervision of a coach. These works may be supplemented with earlier work. The choreographic pieces span every possible permutation between pure dance and performance, between theatre and multimedia, between the world of video games or pop music and international politics. A new generation of choreographers will take its first steps on the public stage.


Wednesday the 4th
Overdub by Albert Quesada & Vera Tussing (guest)
Beautiful dance by Albert Quesada & Vera Tussing (guest)
Flux by Gilles Polet
Shifting landscape by Fabián Barba
Still difficult duet by Pieter Ampe & Guillermo Garrido (guest)

Thursday the 5th
Be my baby by Albert Quesada Bernaus
I believe I can see the future by Robin Jonsson
Throwing rocks by Franziska Aigner & Gabriel Schenker
Deep Artificial Nonsense Concerning Everything by Mikael Marklund

Friday the 6th
Stragedy by Sirah Foighel Brutmann
Keeping busy keeping still by Fabián Barba, Marisa Cabal & Tuur Marinus
O feather of lead by Pieter Ampe & Simon Mayer

On Saturday the 7th, P.A.R.T.S. will present a student version of Rain at the Kaaitheater, one of the key works in Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s oeuvre, which will be created once again under the supervision of former dancers and the choreographer herself. The programme also includes 12/8, a choreography by Thomas Hauert for all final year students, which is a complex system of movement based on a song that is only sung in the minds of the dancers. Read more >>

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Kaaitheater artist-in-residence 2017-2021