Now that bodies are occupying more and more museums, choreographer and philosopher Noé Soulier is presenting an opposite movement: what if instead of bodies, the artworks themselves adapted to a new space? Performing Art presents twenty pieces from the collection of the Centre Pompidou. You do not see them as you walk through a museum, but from your seat in the theatre.
Claire Croizé engages with two of her favourite sources of inspiration: Bach and Rilke. She places both masters in the hands of Matteo Fargion, the British composer and multi-instrumentalist. They have not created slavish interpretations of Bach and Rilke, but rather opted for a playful, somewhat unruly tribute.
For the past ten years, these four friends have been living their life together, creating a joyful circus conversation between acrobatics, juggling and unicycle.They tour around the world with their partners and children and have created their own little home: a funny looking square of cloth. They will meet you there for a big family reunion.
BUY YOUR TICKETS DISABLED PERSONS CONCERT SEATEDRire Ensemble mettra cette année en lumière le harcèlement, un combat de tous les jours, avec une attention plus particulière donnée à l’égalité homme-femme
This performance moves to the 2019-2020 season due to productional reasons.We would like to invite you to our New Work, which does not yet exist. It is still lurking somewhere in an invisible, intimate place, yet to be made, and is still carefully looking for words to present itself to you.