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RENAISSANCE

By Goecke & Dury

The new poetry of the body
the unspeakable,
the invisible,
emotions,
memories…

EBB Dance Company brings Jean-Philippe Dury and Marco Goecke together for the first time in this double bill program, Renaissance.

With this performance, Dury returns back to his artistic past, his eclecticism, and gets carried away by his unique sense of aesthetics. Renaissance maintains a pure neoclassical body dramaturgy keeping an open dialogue with other art forms and choreographic language with the purpose of bringing a unique sense of today’s dance to audiences worldwide.

Dury’s The Hidden Beauty revisits the tale of Sleeping Beauty and turns the story around into a playful and dreamlike choreography. In Nichts, Marco Goecke make us travel through his emotional universe with his unique language on Jimi Hendrix and Keith Jarret’s compositions.

EBB Dance Company - Renaissance - The Hidden Beauty ©Juan Carlos Vega
EBB Dance Company - Renaissance - The Hidden Beauty ©Juan Carlos Vega
EBB Dance Company - Renaissance - The Hidden Beauty ©Juan Carlos Vega
EBB Dance Company - Renaissance - The Hidden Beauty ©Juan Carlos Vega

NICHTS

CREDITS

NICHTS
Choreography: Marco Goecke
Music: Keith Jarrett, Jimi Hendrix
Light design: Udo Haberland
Costumes: Marco Goecke en Joke Visser
Stage design: Marco Goecke
Premiere: NDT 2, 2009

THE HIDDEN BEAUTY

THE HIDDEN BEAUTY
Choreography: Jean-Philippe Dury
Music: Tchaikovsky, Gavin Briars
Costume: Jean-Philippe Dury
Light design: Alejandro Pintado
Stage design: Jean-Philippe Dury

Medium format: 7 dancers, 9/10 people on tour.

Show’s length: 1 hour and 20 minutes

Elegance, precision and fluidity are the hallmarks of Elephant in the Black Box. After his presentation last year and his tour by New York, Houston, Seoul or Bangkok, Jean-Philippe Dury releases a work that positions him as one of the most interesting choreographers today. After his stage as a performer in prestigious companies such as the Paris Opera, the Ballet de Monte-Carlo and the Compagnie Nationale de Danse. Here, he shows a very theatrical dance piece that awakens us at times and recalls the works of Pina Bausch. A creator with a great future.

Adolfo Simón

Member of Academia de las Artes Escénicas

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