Skip to main content
Back to search
  • Add to playlist

Firebird

Maison de la danse 2018 - Director : Plasson, Fabien

Choreographer(s) : Goecke, Marco (Germany)

Present in collection(s): Maison de la danse , Saisons 2010 > 2019

Video producer : Maison de la Danse

en fr

Firebird

Maison de la danse 2018 - Director : Plasson, Fabien

Choreographer(s) : Goecke, Marco (Germany)

Present in collection(s): Maison de la danse , Saisons 2010 > 2019

Video producer : Maison de la Danse

en fr

Firebird

Rich of a  repertoire of works created for her or transmitted by the greatest  personalities of the world of the dance, this young and brilliant  company shows in its various programs of impressive technical qualities  in the service of a real artistic sensibility. Peekaboo by  Marco Goecke, a German choreographer associated with the Nederlands Dans  Theater, is a custom-designed creation for eight dancers who throw  themselves into it. With this creation, Marco Goecke was elected choreographer of the year 2015 by TANZ magazine.


Source: Maison de la Danse

Goecke, Marco

Marco  Goecke was born in Wuppertal, Germany. He trained as a dancer at the  Heinz-Bosl-Stiftung in Munich as well as the Royal Conservatory of The  Hague and worked at the Staatsoper im Schiller Theater Berlin and  Theatre Hagen. After choreographing works in Hagen and for Stuttgart  Ballet’s Noverre-Society, Marco Goecke created ballets for New York City  Ballet (Mopey, 2004) and Stuttgart Ballet (Sweet Sweet Sweet, 2005). Marco Goecke became Choreographer in Residence at Stuttgart Ballet in 2005.

His interpretation of the ballet classic The Nutcracker (2006) was met with high acclaim as were his works Alben (2008), Fancy Goods (2009), Orlando (2010), in sensu (2011), Black Breath (2012), Dancer in the Dark (2012) and On Velvet (2013).

His solo works, Äffi and Mopey  entered the repertory of Stuttgart Ballet and Scapino Ballet Rotterdam  and have been performed at galas around the world. He has also created  works for The Hamburg Ballet, Leipziger Ballett, Nederlands Dans  Theater, Norwegian National Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Les  Ballets de Monte-Carlo, The Berlin State Ballet, Sao Paulo Companhia de  Dança and Ballet Zurich.

After having worked with Scapino Ballet  Rotterdam for more than seven years as Choreographer in Residence, Marco  Goecke accepted the position of Associate Choreographer with Nederlands  Dans Theater in 2013. In his most recent creation for Nederlands Dans  Theater, Hello Earth, his dancers performed on popcorn.


Source : www.dansedanse.ca

Plasson, Fabien

Born in 1977, Fabien Plasson is a video director specialized in the field of performing arts (dance , music, etc).

During his studies at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Lyon (joined in 1995) Fabien discovered video art. He was trained by various video artists (Joel Bartoloméo Pascal Nottoli , Eric Duyckaerts , etc).
He first experimented with the creation of installations and cinematic objects.

From 2001 to 2011, he was in charge of Ginger & Fred video Bar’s programming at La Maison de la Danse in Lyon. He discovered the choreographic field and the importance of this medium in the dissemination, mediation and pedagogical approach to dance alongside Charles Picq, who was a brilliant video director and the director of the video department at that time.

Today, Fabien Plasson is the video director at La Maison de la Danse and in charge of the video section of Numeridanse.tv, an online international  video library, and continues his creative activities, making videos of concerts, performances and also creating video sets for live performances.

Sources: Maison de la Danse ; Fabien Plasson website

More information: fabione.fr

São Paulo Dance Company

Artistic direction: Inês Bogéa

Creation: 2008

    

Created in January 2008 by the Government of the State of Sao  Paulo, The São Paulo Dance Company (SPDC) is directed by Inês Bogéa,  doctor of arts, ballet-dancer, documentary maker and writer.

Throughout this period, the Company has been seen by an audience of  more than 1.000,000 people in different countries (Argentina, Austria,  Belgium, Canada, Chile, Colombia, France, Germany, Holland, Israel,  Italy, Luxembourg, Paraguay, Switzerland, the United States of America,  Uruguay, Mexico, the United Arab Emirates), experiencing approximately  150 cities, totaling more than 1,100 performances. The Company has a  varied repertoire, ranging from classical to contemporary. Recognized by  specialized critics as one of the main dance companies of Latin  America, since its creation, the Company has produced more than 80  choreographies, including commissioned new works  of important names of international dance like Edouard Lock, Richard  Siegal and Marco Goecke, and Brazilian choreographers, as Rodrigo  Pederneiras, Henrique Rodovalho e Jomar Mesquita; and restages of works from Jirí Kylián, William Forsythe, George Balanchine, Nijinska, Nacho Duato among others.

SPDC searches for a connection with the audience by curiosity and  perception of the dance world in motion. The programs show the variety  of the repertoire of SPDC and the dynamics of Brazilian dancers. The  dancers are versatile and able to move from classical to contemporary  dance with a particular accent. The Company is a meeting place of  distinct artists – such as choreographers, light designers,  photographers, guest lecturers, restagers, writers, artists,  cartoonists, musicians, costume designers and others.

The Educational and Audience Awareness Programs, another strand of  action of SPDC, are divided into: Lecture For Educators, in which we  have the opportunity to dialogue about the backstage of this art; Dance  Workshops, a meeting to experience the daily life of the dancers; Open  Performances for Students and Senior Citizens, in which the proposal is  to see, hear and perceive the dance world; Programs focus on social  institutions and organizations aimed to take the dance culture to  different audiences and spaces; Dança em Rede (Dance Network), an online  dance encyclopedia on the Company’s website and a series of 39  documentaries about the History of Dance in Brazil.


Source: The São Paulo Dance Company 's website

More information : spcd.com.br

Firebird

Choreography : Marco Goecke

Interpretation : São Paulo Dance Company

Artistic consultancy / Dramaturgy : Nadja Kadel

Additionnal music : The Firebird (Berceuse and Final), by Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971)

Lights : Udo Haberland

Costumes : Marco Goecke

Other collaborations : Wagner Freire

Production / Coproduction of the choreographic work : São Paulo Dance Company, Associação Pró-Dança - São Paulo, Secretaria da Cultura / Governo do Estado de São Paulo.

Production / Coproduction of the video work : Maison de la Danse - Fabien Plasson, 2018

Duration : 8'

Our videos suggestions
03:05

De Patangome na Cidade

Moreira, Rui (France)

  • Add to playlist
02:55

Power / Full

Jones, Bill T. (France)

  • Add to playlist
05:27

Ahogo

  • Add to playlist
05:36

Good Boy

Buffard, Alain (Portugal)

  • Add to playlist
02:27

7 Dialogues [Ty Boomershine et Beth Gill]

Fargion, Matteo (France)

  • Add to playlist
03:58

Bienvenue

Rebetez, Eugénie (France)

  • Add to playlist
02:40

Casse-Noisette

Ivanov, Lev (France)

  • Add to playlist
04:26

Aaliyah

  • Add to playlist
05:08

Petite histoire de l'imaginaire corporel

Teodoro, Ana Rita (France)

  • Add to playlist
04:55

Angeles

  • Add to playlist
02:00

aSH

Bory, Aurélien (France)

  • Add to playlist
05:32

Aurès

  • Add to playlist
50:26

Overseas

  • Add to playlist
03:02

J'ai failli

Charmatz, Boris (France)

  • Add to playlist
03:12

manger

Charmatz, Boris (France)

  • Add to playlist
03:00

Blue Lady

Carlson, Carolyn (France)

  • Add to playlist
35:56

BNETT WASLA

Fattoumi, Héla (France)

  • Add to playlist
04:26

Alexandre

Pi, Pol (France)

  • Add to playlist
03:38

Ammis

  • Add to playlist
03:01

Cellule

Nach (France)

  • Add to playlist
Our themas suggestions

DANCE AND DIGITAL ARTS

Exposition virtuelle

fr/en/

K. Danse's artistic partners

Exposition virtuelle

fr/en/

Dyptik Company

Exposition virtuelle

fr/en/

Roots of Diversity in Contemporary Dance

Exposition virtuelle

fr/en/

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!  

Parcours

fr/en/

Qudus Onikeku - Reclaim a forgotten memory

Exposition virtuelle

fr/en/

CHRISTIAN & FRANÇOIS BEN AÏM – VITAL MOMENTUM

Exposition virtuelle

fr/en/

Les Rencontres chorégraphiques internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis

Exposition virtuelle

fr/en/

LATITUDES CONTEMPORAINES

Exposition virtuelle

fr/en/

40 years of dance and music

Exposition virtuelle

fr/en/

Indian dances

Discover Indian dance through choreographic creations which unveil it, evoke it, revisit it or transform it!

Parcours

fr/en/

Body and conflicts

A look on the bonds which appear to emerge between the dancing body and the world considered as a living organism.

Parcours

fr/en/

The national choreographic centres

Exposition virtuelle

fr/en/

James Carlès

Exposition virtuelle

fr/en/

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.

Parcours

fr/en/

When reality breaks in

How does choreographic works are testimonies of the world? Does the contemporary artist is the product of an era, of its environment, of a culture?

Parcours

fr/en/

Dance and performance

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

Parcours

fr/en/

Round dance

 Presentation of the Round’s figure in choreography.

Parcours

fr/en/

Butoh

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,

Parcours

fr/en/

Do you mean Folklores?

Presentation of how choreographers are revisiting Folklore in contemporary creations.

Parcours

fr/en/
By accessing the website, you acknowledge and accept the use of cookies to assist you in your browsing.
You can block these cookies by modifying the security parameters of your browser or by clicking onthis link.
I accept Learn more