This evening in two acts allows us to celebrate the artists of the Fondazione Nazionale della Danza – Aterballetto. With Stabat Mater, Italy’s most renowned ballet draws from the contemporary, religion-inspired music of Arvo Pärt. Three dancers accompanied by musicians and singers evolve within a spectral setting, fighting for their salvation against bands of rubber that embrace their bodies as much as imprison them. Equally intense, the second choreography With drooping wings gathers four musicians and eight dancers around the Baroque scores of Henry Purcell.
In a flurry of costumes and decors on a par with Italian theaters' greatest machineries, nineteen artists execute a performance of epic proportions.
Among the most important choreographers of contemporary French dance, Jean-Claude Gallota revisits Homer’s myth as well as the long-standing codes of classical ballet.
Seven hip-hop dancers embark on a frenetic race of productivity, excellence, and power. But at what cost?
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