Astonishment and modernity are at play in the three works brought together here by the Lyon Opera Ballet: Merce Cunningham’s Winterbranch, a reference in contemporary dance; How slow the wind, with the performers François Chaignaud and Cecilia Bengolea, and lastly Tout autour by Rachid Ouramdane, who leads 24 dancers in brilliantly orchestrated abandon.
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Friday 10 june : Meeting with the team of artists facilitated by François Frimat, Latitudes Contemporaines president. Following the performance, Free admission.
Ballet de l’Opéra de Lyon
Direction : Yorgos Loukos
How Slow the Wind
Choreography and costumes François Chaignaud and Cecilia Bengolea
Music Töru Takemitsu
Lighting Philippe Gladieux
Choreography for 7 dancers created for the Ballet de l’Opéra de Lyon, 9 september 2014.
Choreography Merce Cunningham
Music La Monte young Two Sounds
Costumes, accessories, lighting design Robert Rauschenberg
Choreography for 6 dancers created in Hartford, Connecticut, 21 march 1964.
Choreography Rachid Ouramdane
Music Jean-Baptiste Julien
Costumes La Bourette
Lighting Stéphane Graillot
Choreography for 24 dancers created for the Ballet de l’Opéra de Lyon, 22 february 2014.
Friday 10 june
Meeting with the team of artists
Facilitated by François Frimat, Latitudes Contemporaines president.
Following the performance,