A revelation. Critically acclaimed Taiwanese choreographer Po-Cheng Tsai combines martial arts with traditional and urban gestures. Unfolding like a Japanese thriller, Rage alternates between eruptive and restrained moments. Timeless, a more delicate and poetic piece, celebrates powerful women. Next to the perfection of movement, the two pieces share elegance, coherence, strength and above all one conviction: solitude may ravage and consume, provoke distress and the feeling of powerlessness, but it also teaches us to find within ourselves a sanctuary.
The company Art Move Concept is famous for their breath-taking shows mixing hip-hop, classical dance and pantomime. In their latest creation, nine dancers tell their personal stories and their difficulties of finding their own style.
Pure movement, pure beauty! After the exhilarating performance L’Homme à tête de chou, the great pioneer of the Nouvelle danse Jean-Claude Gallotta calls on his own imagination, as well as the dancers' and the audience's.
The boxing ring becomes a stage for dancers who take turns in fighting and reconciling – all to the live music of the Debussy Quartet. Breathtaking!
Who said it was impossible? Certainly not José Galan. For the Sevillian choreographer flamenco is less about heel tapping than about the pure and simple expression of emotions.
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