20 Feb


21 Feb


It is with great pleasure that we have the pleasure and honour to present choreographer and choreographer on Saturday 21 February at 14:00 on the main stage Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, performing artist and theorist Bojana Cvejić and Professor André Lepecki in a conversation about the book
A Choreographer's Score. Free admission. The conversation lasts about 1-1.5 hours and is held in English.

On a bare stage, the seven dancers of the Rosas company and the seven musicians of the Ictus group meet. Music and dance merge in a magical and intuitive performance. 

 In the groundbreaking performance Vortex Temporum choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker explores how time expands, contracts and moves. The work is based on French composer Gérard Grisey's piece of the same name. Grisey, one of the pioneers of spectral music, explores both musical patterns and the passage of time in his music. Spectral music is based on harmonics and Grisey's piece winds in circles and spirals.

To the complex music, the dancers unite, and together with the musicians of Ictus offer a captivating and enchanting performance.

Since the beginning of her career, Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker has been extremely important in contemporary dance. She founded the Rosas company in 1983. Since then, Rosas has toured the world, won countless awards and honours, and created an impressive body of choreographic work.

Don't miss the chance to enjoy a musical masterpiece and see one of the world's most influential companies when they visit Dansens Hus!

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