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Rosas

Rosas danst Rosas

dance

Rosas danst Rosas
Rosas danst Rosas

dance

Wed 21.06 - Thu 29.06.17

In 1983, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker firmly put her newly formed dance company Rosas on the international map with Rosas danst Rosas. Four dancers dance themselves, again and again. For this revival, an entirely new, young cast will dance Rosas danst Rosas.

Radouan Mriziga

55

dance

55
55

dance

Tue 24.01 - Thu 23.11.17

Since its première at the Kaaistudios, Radouan Mriziga’s first creation has caused a furore. His very characteristic dance style provokes confrontations between physicality and strict concepts, between the sensual and the rational. Using his own body as a measure, he constructs an architectural form, subtly playing with your expectations.

Meg Stuart

UNTIL OUR HEARTS STOP

dance

UNTIL OUR HEARTS STOP
UNTIL OUR HEARTS STOP

dance

Fri 13.01 - Sat 14.01.17

Six performers and three musicians meet one another in a nightclub. Or is it an arena? In this unreliable, underground refuge, we hear thumping basses and playful jazz. UNTIL OUR HEARTS STOP was one of the absolute highlights of last season, and more than deserved its nomination for the Theaterfestival 2016.

Rosas

Golden Hours (As you like it)

dance

Golden Hours (As you like it)
Golden Hours (As you like it)

dance

Tue 20.12 - Thu 22.12.16

What happens when Shakespeare’s rhythmic and poetic visual language becomes dance? Golden Hours (As you like it) – an encounter between Brian Eno and Shakespeare – draws you into a mildly ironic world, where the characters speak a language that doesn’t need deciphering to be grasped, yet isn’t pantomime.

Salva Sanchis

Radical Light

dance

Radical Light
Radical Light

dance

Tue 13.12.16

In Radical Light, a creation for four dancers, choreographer Salva Sanchis combines experience-related and formal dance. ‘Experience-related’ stands for the dances that we create spontaneously at a party or at home: instinctive but also socially determined. Formal dance, however, is what you see in dance performances, the movements are completely ‘composed’.

Mette Ingvartsen

7 Pleasures

dance performance

7 Pleasures
7 Pleasures

dance

Fri 07.10 - Sat 08.10.16

A group of twelve performers explores the mystery of pleasure. In a long, sensual movement bodies touch, test, and lose their borders. They vibrate, entering into contact and  composition with their environment, forming unexpected constellations. Mette Ingvartsen looks seven concepts of pleasure straight in the eye.

Mette Ingvartsen

69 Positions

dance performance

69 Positions
69 Positions

dance

Tue 04.10 - Wed 05.10.16

Mette Ingvartsen explores the way in which we deal with our bodies and sexuality today. She leads you through videos, performances, books, films, movements, text and image and thus brings history back to life.

Rosas

Rain (live)

dance

Rain (live)
Rain (live)

dance

Tue 04.10 - Fri 07.10.16

Rain (2001) is one of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's most effervescent performances and is set to Steve Reichs Music for 18 Musicians. Mathematical figures, continuous repetitions, the geometric utilisation of space and the art of continual variation: here De Keersmaeker pushes to its limits everything that had gradually become her trademark.

Rosas

Verklärte Nacht

dance

Verklärte Nacht
Verklärte Nacht

dance

Fri 15.04 - Sun 01.05.16

The revival of Verklärte Nacht enables you to discover (or rediscover) one of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's finest works in a special location, the Rosas Performance Space, which is De Keersmaeker’s workplace. Allow yourself to be seduced by this unabashedly romantic duet to the lyrical sounds of Arnold Schoenberg's strings.