La Grande Salle at Centre Pompidou presents Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

by Team Paris Social Diary, photography by Anne Van Aershot | 27 February, 2016

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It’s the turn of the eighties  when we could believe, in a decisive break between dance and music, Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker created Fase, Four Mouvements to the Music of Steve Reich, which is a repetitive structure and exhilarating physicality.

The play became an event. It shows a young Belgian choreographer, trained in MUDRA from Brussels and the New York Tisch School of the Arts. The following year, Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker founded her company, Rosas, which continues with a binder creating the invention chrorégraphique and music of Bach and Schoenberg, Bartok or Monteverdi.

Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker by Gérard Uféras
On the occasion of the meeting, Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker will dance her solo Violin Phase and hold talks with Jean-Marc Adolphe. Albert Quesada Bernaus his dance Solo on Bach.

When? March 4th 2016, à 18h00