One Hundred Twists & Turns | Program Evening 2 | HAU1

Foto: Paul Lecliare
ByJudith Brückmann

One Hundred Twists & Turns | Program Evening 2 | HAU1

Folkwang Universität der Künste, Essen
Extracts from Frame[d] | Choreography: Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui & Damien Jalet

Invisible Center of Contemporary Dance, Teheran
Extramission Theory | Choreography: Aria Delphani & Sahar Mactabi

Ballett-Akademie der Hochschule für Musik und Theater München
AGAIN(ST) | Choreography: David Russo

University of the Arts School of Dance, Philadelphia
Sis Minor: The Preliminary Studies | Choreography: Niall Jones

– INTERMISSION –

Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Mannheim / Akademie des Tanzes
Die Therapie | Choreography: Valbona Bushkola
Protest | Choreography & Dance: Alexandra Dreyer
Salamander | Choreography: Kaito Takahashi
Les Bourgeois | Choreography: Ben van Cauwenbergh

École des Sables, Toubab Dialaw
Modern Jail | Choreography: Serge Arthur DODO

Zentrum für Zeitgenössischen Tanz, HfMT Köln
MOMENTUM xsamples | Choreography: Rafaële Giovanola/CocoonDance

The evening will be hosted by Celine and Renana.

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Tickets:
HAU1: regular 20,00 or 15,00 Euro / reduced 10,00 Euro / with Tanzcard 10,00 Euro
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More than 100 students from eight German and five international educational institutions in the area of dance present choreographies with a vocabulary ranging from classical ballet to contemporary dance. The two evenings mark the start of the 6th Dance Education Biennale. Under the title “Dancing in the Street. Was bewegt Tanz?” the Biennale 2018 focuses on the reciprocal relationship between dance and social and political themes. At the public performances students in the third and fourth year of their education will dance pieces that take up artistically the theme of the Biennale. Alongside the German educational institutions, guests have been invited from educational centres in Egypt, Belgium, Iran, Senegal, and the USA.

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