Directors: Yves Cantraine, Joaquin Embi
Directors of photography: Joaquin Embi, Yves Cantraine
Music: Oscar Villegas
Montage: Joaquin Embi, Yves Cantraine
Performers: Maria Ibarretxe, Rocio Fernandez, Manuel Rodriguez
Special effects: Joaquin Embi
Sound editing: Joaquin Embi, Yves Cantraine
Video conception : Réalisateurs: Yves Cantraine, Joaquin Embi Directeurs photographie: Joaquin Embi, Yves Cantraine Musique: Oscar Villegas Montage: Joaquin Embi, Yves Cantraine Interprètes: Maria Ibarretxe, Rocio Fernandez, Manuel Rodriguez Effets spéciaux: Joaquin Embi Montage Son: Joaquin Embi, Yves Cantraine
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”.
Discover Indian dance through choreographic creations which unveil it, evoke it, revisit it or transform it!
Body and conflicts
A look on the bonds which appear to emerge between the dancing body and the world considered as a living organism.
les ballets C de la B and the aesthetic of reality
Meeting with literature
Collaboration between a choreographer and a writer can lead to the emergence of a large number of combinations. If sometimes the choreographer creates his dance around the work of an author, the writer can also choose dance as the subject of his text.
When reality breaks in
Dance and performance
Here is a sample of extracts illustrating burlesque figures in Performances.
Presentation of the Round’s figure in choreography.
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,
States of the body
Explanation of the term « State of the body » when it’s about dance.
The Dance Biennale
Maison de la danse
Discovery of improvisation’s specificities in 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.