UNE DANSE ESQUISSÉE – samedi 12 mars à Vitry

Du 2 au 12 mars, en prélude à trois nouvelles années de compagnonnage, Lia Rodrigues vient travailler avec deux danseurs et deux collaborateurs la notion de « rituel ».
Une danse esquissée, dans l’espace entre Vitry et Rio, entre la France et le Brésil, entre le ballet Pororoca et les deux créations à venir (2011-2013), entre les gestes de l’écriture et les regards des futurs spectateurs…

Rendez-vous samedi 12 mars 18h30 pour cette première étape de création.
Écoles Municipales Artistiques (71 rue Camille Groult).
Entrée 5 € / 01 55 53 10 60

Avec Lidia Larangeira et Ana Paula Kamozaki (danseuses), en collaboration avec Silvia Soter et Guillaume Bernardi.

Guillaume Bernardi is stage director and a teacher based in Toronto. His directorial work covers a wide range of genres, from theater and opera to movement pieces. His latest directorial projects are two versions of Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro for the Frankfurt Oper and the Canadian Opera Company and, in June 2010, the first staging of a Baroque oratorio, La Giuditta (Oper Frankfurt). Bernardi’s strong connection with dance was established from 1996 to 2000, when he collaborated on a full-time basis with American choreographer Trisha Brown on her opera projects, including the highly-acclaimed 1998 production of Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo. Other dance collaborations include Dancemakers’ inaugural Fast Track with choreographer Heidi Strauss. As dramaturge: with Peter Chin on his creations Berdandan and Stupa; with Boyzie Cekwana on Influx Controls: I wanna be wanna be. As choreographer with Qui connaît le chemin de son coeur? for Four Chambers Dance Projects and Bas-Reliefs for Chartier Danse (Dora nomination for choreography). Bernardi holds a doctorate from the Paris-Sorbonne University. He teaches in the Drama Studies Programme at York University in Toronto. His field of research is intercultural performance practices.

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