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Temps de feu

Biennale de la danse 2004

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

Present in collection(s): Biennale de la danse , Biennale de la danse - 2004

Video producer : Anou Skan;Maison de la Danse

Integral video available at Maison de la danse de Lyon

en fr

Temps de feu

Biennale de la danse 2004

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

Present in collection(s): Biennale de la danse , Biennale de la danse - 2004

Video producer : Anou Skan;Maison de la Danse

Integral video available at Maison de la danse de Lyon

en fr

Temps de feu

TEMPS DE FEU / creation in 2004

Choreography Sophie Tabakov

“Temps du Feu” (Fire Time) is a Slav-inspired choreographic piece that brings together four dancers and the inhabitants of the town who resonate with the old, traditional fire dances.          
People would get together and dance around and with the fire when the seasons changed.        
This still takes place today in the Balkans and in Eastern Europe.   
Create the link today, right here,       
between contemporary dance and the dance of our origins,           
between transmission and reinvention,         
between exile and homecoming.     
Dance and cross borders!

Source : Anou Skan

Credits

Chorégraphie Sophie Tabakov
Assistant chorégraphe Laurent Soubise
Scénographie Sophie Tabakov
Interprètes Marie-Françoise Garcia, Alexandre Iseli, Sophie Tabakov, Laurent Soubise
Lumière Claude Coussin
Pyrotechnie et effets spéciaux Dimitri Chilitopoulos
Régie feu Alex Tabakov
Direction musicale Borys Chlolewka

Coproduction Anou Skan, DRAC Rhône-Alpes, Biennale de la Danse Avec le soutien de Ville de Lyon

Video Direction : Charles Picq
Production : Biennale de la Danse

 

Updating : march 2012

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

 

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