A documentary about the Ballet Théâtre Contemporain d'Amiens from 1968 to 1972
Ballet Théâtre Contemporain d'Amiens
The Ballet Théâtre Contemporain was created in 1968 on the initiative of the French Ministry of Culture under the artistic direction of Jean-Albert Cartier. Established successively in Amiens (1968-1972) then in Angers (1972-1978), it became the French Theater of Nancy in 1978. Its vocation is to promote choreographic creation and to produce shows in collaboration with musicians and contemporary painters.
Source: Répertoire des Arts du spectacle
Hip-hop: a grassroots movement
Modern Dance and Its American Roots [1900-1930] From Free Dance to Modern Dance
At the dawn of the 20th century, in a rapidly changing West, a new dance appeared: Modern Dance. In the United States as in Europe, modern trends emerge simultaneously and intertwine in thier development. Let's dive into the beginnings of American modern dance!
The American origins of modern dance: [1930-1950] from the expressive to the abstract
Presentation of Pantomimes in the different types of dance.
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”.