Each creation of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker is a new exploration of interactions between music and dance.
Taking as a starting point the Ars subtilior, a polyphonic musical form from the 14th century, she creates a dialogue between her dance of today and this historical musical tradition.
Creation in July 2010 at the Avignon Festival.
Choreography Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker.
Music Ars subtilior (XIVe century)
Scenography Michel François
Costumes Anne-Catherine Kunz
Created with and danced by
Michael Schmid flute
Ensemble Cour et Coeur :
Bart Coen recorder and musical direction
Birgit Goris hurdy-gurdy
Olalla Alemán song
FRIDAY 26 NOVEMBER
with the artistic team, following the performance.
Free admission, no reservation,
depending on availability of seats.
SATURDAY 27 SEPTEMBER
- From 6.30 pm to 7pm, an introduction to the preformance, to grasp the creative background of the belgium choreographer
- folowing the performance, a time for discussing and sharing your point of view on the performance.
The discussion is lead by Philippe Guisgand, dancer and teacher-researcher at Lille 3 University.
Only for the spectators of the 27th november performance.
Booking number 03 62 72 19 13 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free entrance by the ticketing office, (Léon Trulin st).
2h with intermission
Individual ticket sales start Saturday 11 September 2010 at 9 am
Coproduction De Munt / La Monnaie (Brussels), Greek Festival (Barcelona), Luxembourg Grand Theatre, Théâtre de la Ville (Paris), Avignon Festival, Concertgebouw (Bruges).