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Discover the world of dance via webdocs, parcours and virtual exhibitions. Our contents are divided into categories so you can easily choose between great artistic movements, society topics, artist portraits, institution portraits, etc.

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  • Choreographic creations around the world (4)
  • Dance styles and practices (5)
  • Danse and other arts (2)
  • Engaged dances (3)
  • Historical approach of dance (4)
  • Portraits of artists (2)
  • Portraits of structures (6)
  • Reception and understanding of a work (3)
  • Tradition and heritage (4)

Why do I dance ?

Webdoc

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Why do I dance ?

Webdoc

Social dances, anti-establishment, protest dances, rhythms or identities, rituals or pleasures... There are a myriad of reasons for dancing and a myriad of points of view. A webdoc to discover, enhanced with extracts from performances and accounts from amateurs... all the right reasons for dancing!
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Strange works

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Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Strange works

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 Unconventional contemporary dance shows which reinvent the rapport to the stage.  

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Maison de la Danse, Lyon

Virtual exhibition

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Maison de la Danse, Lyon

Virtual exhibition

Created in Lyon in 1980, Maison de la Danse was the first-ever venue in Europe dedicated exclusively to dance. Welcoming over 150,000 spectators each season and some 200 performances, today the Maison de la Danse draws a large public keen on highly-unifying performances as well as on innovating and research-based works. The Maison de la Danse, a performance venue but also a

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Käfig, portrait d'une compagnie

Webdoc

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Käfig, portrait d'une compagnie

Webdoc

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Genesis of work

Course

Centre national de la danse

Genesis of work

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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

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The Dance Biennial Défilé

Virtual exhibition

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

The Dance Biennial Défilé

Virtual exhibition

The Dance Biennial created in 1984 through Guy Darmet’s initiative was enhanced with a novel event in 1996: the Défilé (a choreographed parade).

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Artistic Collaborations

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Centre national de la Danse

Artistic Collaborations

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Panorama of different artistic collaborations, from « couples » of choreographers to creations involving musicians or plasticians

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The Dance Biennial

Virtual exhibition

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

The Dance Biennial

Virtual exhibition

The Dance Biennial is a major event held in Lyon every even-numbered year. Read on and discover the history of this adventure and the timeline of past editions.

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Dance and performance

Course

Marie-Thérèse Champesme

Dance and performance

Course

 Here is a sample of extracts illustrating burlesque figures in Performances.

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The BNP Paribas Foundation

Virtual exhibition

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

The BNP Paribas Foundation

Virtual exhibition

 Since it was founded in 1984, the BNP Paribas Foundation has stood out for its long-standing backing of projects in a series of areas, including culture. In 1986, it committed to theatrical art to promote new works and lend its support to artists. Today the Foundation is also exploring the new links that can be forged between artistic creation and tech

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Round dance

Course

Olivier Lefebvre

Round dance

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 Presentation of the Round’s figure in choreography.

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The BNP Paribas Foundation

Virtual exhibition

Fondation BNP Paribas

The BNP Paribas Foundation

Virtual exhibition

Since it was founded in 1984, the BNP Paribas Foundation has stood out for its long-standing backing of projects in a series of areas, including culture. In 1986, it committed to theatrical art to promote new works and lend its support to artists. Today the Foundation is also exploring the new links that can be forged between artistic creation and technologi

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Butoh

Course

Olivier Lefebvre

Butoh

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On 24th May 1959, Tatsumi Hijikata portrayed the character of the "Man" in the first presentation of a play called Kinjiki (Forbidden Colours).
The Ankoku Butoh was born,

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Maison de la Danse in Lyon

Virtual exhibition

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Maison de la Danse in Lyon

Virtual exhibition

Created in Lyon in 1980, Maison de la Danse was the first-ever venue in Europe dedicated exclusively to dance. Welcoming over 150,000 spectators each season and some 200 performances, today the Maison de la Danse draws a large public keen on highly-unifying performances as well as on innovating and research-based works. The Maison de la Danse, a performance venue but also a

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Do you mean Folklores?

Course

Sarah Nouveau

Do you mean Folklores?

Course

Presentation of how choreographers are revisiting Folklore in contemporary creations.

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How to become a dance spectactor ?

Webdoc

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

How to become a dance spectactor ?

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Ballet pushed to the edge

Course

Olivier Lefebvre

Ballet pushed to the edge

Course

 Ballet’s evolution from its romantic form until néo-classicism.

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A Rite of Passage

Webdoc

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

A Rite of Passage

Webdoc

Classical, telluric, shamanic, revolutionary? On May 29th, 1913, the first performance of Nijinski's "Rite of Spring" made such a scandal. This webdoc tells the story of this key work which inspired so many artists.
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Dance in Quebec: Collectivities in motion

Course

Geneviève Dussault

Dance in Quebec: Collectivities in motion

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This Parcours introduces several extracts of works by contemporary Quebecois choreographers, situating them in an anthropological perspective.

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Write the movement

Webdoc

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Write the movement

Webdoc

A myriad of methods have been invented for analysing dance and putting it into perspective and for accompanying the ‘tool’ that is essential to its memory, the dancer’s body. This webdoc presents the challenges of movement notation.
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Dance in Quebec: Untamed Bodies

Course

Geneviève Dussault

Dance in Quebec: Untamed Bodies

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First part of the Parcours about dance in Quebec, these extracts present how bodies are being used in a very physical way.

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Black Dance

Webdoc

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Black Dance

Webdoc

James Carlès, dancer and choreographer and specialist of Afro-American dance, evokes the origin of current-day urban dances. From Africa to the United States via Europe, he emphasizes their hybrid style and puts their social and political dimension into perspective. A myriad of videos, photos, illustrations and additional resources complement this interview.
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Charles Picq, dance film director

Virtual exhibition

Maison de la Danse de Lyon

Charles Picq, dance film director

Virtual exhibition

An encounter with Charles Picq, dance film director and videomaker. 

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