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Scène nomade / Poèmes

Maison de la danse 2007 - Director : Picq, Charles

Choreographer(s) : Tabakov, Sophie (France) Soubise, Laurent (France)

Present in collection(s): Maison de la danse , Saisons 2000 > 2009

Video producer : Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Integral video available at Maison de la danse de Lyon

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Scène nomade / Poèmes

Maison de la danse 2007 - Director : Picq, Charles

Choreographer(s) : Tabakov, Sophie (France) Soubise, Laurent (France)

Present in collection(s): Maison de la danse , Saisons 2000 > 2009

Video producer : Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Integral video available at Maison de la danse de Lyon

en fr

Scène nomade / Poèmes

In "Scène nomade", Sophie Tabakov and Laurent Soubise dance in a duet and carry in words and movements five poems of the Indian writer Rabindranath Tagore.


Source : Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Tabakov, Sophie

Sophie Tabakov is a dancer and choreographer. At the age of 14, she decided to dedicate herself to dance. She studied contemporary dance with Wes Howard, Michel Hallet Eghayan, Margaret Jenkins (San Francisco) and classical dance with Thomas Enckell and Dyana Byer (New York). From 1984 to 1990, she was a dancer in the Michel Hallet Eghayan Company.

She founded the Anou Skan Company with Laurent Soubise and, since 1993, they have been creating danced and sung events in Lyon that integrate ritual and encounters with other cultures. She won the Villa Médicis Hors Les Murs award for her research project on the ritual dances of Indians from the North-West Pacific Coast of the USA and Alaska.

She studied world singing with Borys Cholewka, sacred chant with Sister Marie Keyrouz, and opera with Anna Nozati. She participated in Javad Téhranian's classes (an Iranian whirling Dervish) on the sacred art of whirling and in Maia Mihneva's classes on traditional Balkan dances.

She participates in the Théâtre Narration's creations on an ad hoc basis.

 

Source : Anou Skan Dance Company 's website

More information

anouskan.fr

 

Soubise, Laurent

Laurent Soubise is a dancer, a sensorial movement practitioner and a choreographer.

A graduate in natural sciences and in educational studies, Laurent Soubise was a professor of life and earth sciences until 1985. He discovered the world of dance during the first Biennale de la Danse in Lyon (1984) and decided to become a dancer. He studied contemporary dance with Michel Hallet-Eghayan and classical dance with Thomas Enckell. From 1986 to 1992, he danced with the Hallet-Eghayan Company and studied yoga with Myriam Coquin. He was awarded a “Lyon, capitale de la danse” scholarship in 1988.

From 1993 onwards, he studied the Danis Bois method (somato-psychoeducation), as he wished to incorporate sensorial movement into his dancing practice: he was awarded the “Sensorial Movement Practitioner” certification, with excellence, in 1996 and the “Fasciatherapy and Sensorial Movement” diploma (Danis Bois method) in July 1998.

He enriched his work as a dancer by working on Carlos Castaneda's magical passes and participating in Javad Téhranian's teachings on the sacred art of whirling. From 1997 to 1999, he taught at “La scène sur Saône”, a training centre for actors.

He founded Anou Skan with Sophie Tabakov and, since 1993, they have been creating danced and sung events in Lyon that integrate ritual and encounters with other cultures.

Source :  Anou Skan Dance Company 's website

More information

anouskan.fr

 

Picq, Charles

Author, filmmaker and video artist Charles Picq (1952-2012) entered working life in the 70s through theatre and photography. A- fter resuming his studies (Maîtrise de Linguistique - Lyon ii, Maîtrise des sciences et Techniques de la Communication - grenoble iii), he then focused on video, first in the field of fine arts at the espace Lyonnais d'art Contemporain (ELAC) and with the group « Frigo », and then in dance.
   On creation of the Maison de la Danse in Lyon in 1980, he was asked to undertake a video documentation project that he has continued ever since. During the ‘80s, a decade marked in France by the explosion of contemporary dance and the development of video, he met numerous artists such as andy Degroat, Dominique Bagouet, Carolyn Carlson, régine Chopinot, susanne Linke, Joëlle Bouvier and regis Obadia, Michel Kelemenis. He worked in the creative field with installations and on-stage video, as well as in television with recorded shows, entertainment and documentaries.

His work with Dominique Bagouet (80-90) was a unique encounter. He documents his creativity, assisting with Le Crawl de Lucien and co-directing with his films Tant Mieux, Tant Mieux and 10 anges. in the 90s he became director of video development for the Maison de la Danse and worked, with the support of guy Darmet and his team, in the growing space of theatre video through several initiatives:
       - He founded a video library of dance films with free public access. This was a first for France. Continuing the video documentation of theatre performances, he organised their management and storage.
       - He promoted the creation of a video-bar and projection room, both dedicated to welcoming school pupils.
       - He started «présentations de saisons» in pictures.
       - He oversaw the DVD publication of Le tour du monde en 80 danses, a pocket video library produced by the Maison de la Danse for the educational sector.

       - He launched the series “scènes d'écran” for television and online. He undertook the video library's digital conversion and created Numeridanse.


His main documentaries are: enchaînement, Planète Bagouet, Montpellier le saut de l'ange, Carolyn Carlson, a woman of many faces, grand ecart, Mama africa, C'est pas facile, Lyon, le pas de deux d'une ville, Le Défilé, Un rêve de cirque.

He has also produced theatre films: Song, Vu d'ici (Carolyn Carlson), Tant Mieux, Tant Mieux, 10 anges, Necesito and So schnell, (Dominique Bagouet), Im bade wannen, Flut and Wandelung (Susanne Linke), Le Cabaret Latin (Karine Saporta), La danse du temps (Régine Chopinot), Nuit Blanche (Abou Lagraa), Le Témoin (Claude Brumachon), Corps est graphique (Käfig), Seule et WMD (Françoise et Dominique Dupuy), La Veillée des abysses (James Thiérrée), Agwa (Mourad Merzouki), Fuenteovejuna (Antonio Gades), Blue Lady revistied (Carolyn Carlson).


Source: Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Anou Skan

ANOU SKAN is a company founded in 1993 by two dancers, Sophie Tabakov and Laurent Soubise: 27 years of artistic adventures, mixing the encounter with the cultures of the world, transmission and creation. Philosophical and poetic themes around exile and movement. 


Source: anou.skan.free.fr

Scène nomade / Poèmes

Artistic direction / Conception : Les poèmes de sont tirés des œuvres suivantes :Gitangali (L’offrande Lyrique), Cygne,La Corbeille de fruits, Cycle du prin-temps

Choreography : Sophie Tabakov, Laurent Soubise

Interpretation : Sophie Tabakov, Laurent Soubise

Text : Rabindranath Tagore : Gitangali (L’offrande Lyrique), Cygne, La Corbeille de fruits, Cycle du printemps

Live music : Laurent Vichard

Additionnal music : Béla Bartók, Manuel de Falla, Danse de Taron par Aksak, Laurent Vichard, Music of Satyajit Ray, Borys Cholewka

Lights : Christine Richier, Jessica Balleri

Production / Coproduction of the video work : Maison de la Danse de Lyon - Charles Picq, 2007

Duration : 45"

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