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Second souffle

Maison de la Danse de Lyon 2010

Choreographer(s) : Fghani, Riyad (France)

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

Video producer : Pockemon Crew, Maison de la Danse

Integral video available at Maison de la danse de Lyon

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Second souffle

Maison de la Danse de Lyon 2010

Choreographer(s) : Fghani, Riyad (France)

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

Video producer : Pockemon Crew, Maison de la Danse

Integral video available at Maison de la danse de Lyon

en fr

Second souffle

SECOND SOUFFLE

Artistic direction Riyad Fghani

One day, the Pockemon Crew Company, which has been made up of a clan of men since its beginnings, had to finally face the feminine principle. In this piece of work, they share the stage with a contemporary female dancer.
Encounters, relationships develop between hip hop and contemporary dance and lead to moments of grace and sensuality, and to moments of questioning. Two worlds that touch, whose paths cross and which finish by being one. A challenge for the choreographer and the staging but also for the dancers of the Crew – a challenge, but also a myriad of possibilities! A harmony of talents was crucial and a stage devoted exclusively to dance on the edge of a dangerous theme.

Sources : Maison de la Danse performance program

Credits

Directeur Artistique : Riyad FGHANI
Administration et production : Julien FRAPPA
Création musique : Christophe RUDEL
Création lumière : Arnaud CARLET

Distribution :
Danseurs hip-hop / Compagnie Pockemon Crew
Billy TEAN, Daniel TEAN, Douniel FGHANI, Hyacinthe VALLERIE, Maxime VICENTE, Medhi MEZIANE, Patrick M'BALA, Mabrouk GOUICEM
Danseuse contemporaine
Sandra DE JESUS

Production : Association Qui fait ça ? Kiffer ça !
Coproduction : Opéra National de Lyon
La compagnie Pockemon Crew est en résidence à l'Opéra national de Lyon.
Elle bénéficie du soutien de la Ville de Lyon, de la Région Rhône-Alpes, du Théâtre Jean-Marais à Saint-Fons, du Théâtre du Puy-en-Velay, de l'INSA de Lyon, de la compagnie Propos et du Croiseur de Lyon.

production Maison de la Danse date du document vidéo 2010 réalisation vidéo Fabien Plasson

Durée de l'oeuvre 1h00

Updating : december 2011

Fghani, Riyad

Born June 19th, 1979, near Chalon-Sur-Saône, he began hip-hop at the age of 15 by watching his older brother and his friends dance the Smurf. In 1995, he moved to Lyon and perfected his movements and technique through intensive training. He took part in the Biennale de la Danse in 1998 with the Espace Jeune in Lyon’s 6th district. Present from the early stages of Pockemon Crew, he acted as a unifying force.
Self-taught and well-rounded in hip-hop dance, Riyad is opening up to different horizons. He is thus working with the company HYPNOSE for the creation "Clandestin de Mes Rêves" (1999). In November 2000, he joined the Opéra National in Paris (Opéra Bastille), dancing in the choreographic play "La chauve-souris" (The Bat) under the direction of Coline SERREAU and Laura SCOZZI. These encounters with various professionals - contemporary, classical and hip-hop dancers, circus artists, mimes, actors and tenors, opened him up to other ways of working.
This artistic enrichment encouraged him to develop artistic writing for the company Pockemon Crew, with whom he participated in numerous competitions in France and around the world. In 2004, he directed the first creation for the company, "Sii…si!" in which he displayed all of the energy and movement technique that makes hip-hop dance so beautiful. "C'est ça la vie?!", the second play for which he was artistic director, opened La Biennale de la Danse in Lyon in 2006. An immensely talented dancer, since 2000 he has made it a point of honour to transmit his passion and love of hip-hop to as many people in France and abroad as possible. At the same time as his role as artistic director in the company, since 2005 he has been supervising the Smockemons, a new generation of break-dancers who are an integral part of the company.

Source : Pockemon Crew


More information : pockemon-crew.net

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