Choreographer, teacher, discoverer of talents recognized on the national and international scenes, Heddy Maalem decides, in 2017, to recover his creative freedom by putting an end to his choreographic company after several tours of the world with his creations (Black Spring, The Rite of spring, But the Devil is walking by our side, Praise of the mighty kingdom ...). In the intimacy of his studio and during many travels, he renews his relationships with the interpreters by conducting videographic research. He directed the film "Abroad, portraits of dancers" and the collection "Collateral beauties".
Artistic direction / Conception : Heddy Maalem
Interpretation : Angelica Ramirez Camilo Diaz Santa Soleyman Maalem
Carolyn Carlson, a woman of many faces
Hip hop on French theater stages
Maison de la danse
Noé Soulier Rethinking our movements
40 years of dance and music
CHRISTIAN & FRANÇOIS BEN AÏM – VITAL MOMENTUM
Les Rencontres chorégraphiques internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis
Genesis of work
A dance show is created in multiples steps between the enunciation of an initial desire which launch the project and the first representation. This parcours presents diff
[1970-2018] Neoclassical developments: They spread worldwide, as well as having multiple repertoires and dialogues with contemporary dance.
Body and conflicts
A look on the bonds which appear to emerge between the dancing body and the world considered as a living organism.
States of the body
Explanation of the term « State of the body » when it’s about dance.
Focus on the variety of bodies offered by contemporary dance and how to show these bodies: from complete nudity to the body completely hidden or covered.
Discovery of improvisation’s specificities in dance.
This parcours presents different video extracts in which hands are the center of the mouvement.
Western classical dance enters the modernity of the 20th century: The Ballets russes and the Ballets suédois
If the 19th century is that of romanticism, the entry into the new century is synonymous of modernity! It was a few decades later that it would be assigned, a posteriori, the name of “neo-classical”.
Reinterpreting works: Swan Lake, Giselle
Some great shows are revisited through the centuries. Here are two examples of pieces reinterpreted by different choreographers.