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 November 2019 

Female choreographers, women, icons – “Choreographic Territories – New Paths of the Avant-Garde” in Lublin

8 November 2019

The International Dance Theatre Meetings is a festival with a long tradition – since 23 years, world-renown dance artists come to Lublin to present their works and teach workshops. One of this year’s festival events will be the conference Choreographic Territories – New Paths of the Avant-Garde, organized by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and the Institute of Music and Dance at the Lublin Centre for Culture on 12-13 November 2019. The programme encompasses dance workshops, meetings and the opening of an installation-garden. In 2020, Choreographic Territories – New Paths of the Avant-Garde will focus mainly on Marie Rambert – dancer, pedagogue, pioneer of contemporary ballet and founder of the oldest and still active ballet company in England (currently Rambert Dance Company), Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (awarded twice by Queen Elizabeth II. On the second day of the conference, the commission composed of: Barbara Schabowska-Maszenda (Adam Mickiewicz Institute), Aleksandra Dziurosz (Institute of Music and Dance), Ryszard Kalinowski (Lublin Dance Theatre / Lublin Centre for Culture), Joanna Leśnierowska (Art Stations Foundation) and Grzegorz Pańtak (independent expert), will announce the winner of the next year’s edition of Choreographic Territories – New Paths of the Avant-Garde. The winner will deal with the life story of Marie Rambert.

Institute of Music and Dance: Project “The Roots of Dance” in San Diego

29 October 2019

We are happy to inform that between 30 October and 1 November 2019, at the School of Music and Dance of the San Diego State University in California, the Institute of Music and Dance will realise the project entitled The Roots of Dance / Korzenie Tańca, financed from the funds of the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland within the Inspiring Culture programme. The project, developed in co-operation with San Diego State University, will consist in conducting Polish traditional dance workshops with elements of instrumental music workshops and choreographic workshops inspired by Polish tradition.

PROJECT 2/3: Artur Bieńkowski “Zugwang” – presentation of the work-in-progress

28 October 2019

The two-week artistic residency of Artur Bieńkowski in Luxemburg will be summed-up with the work-in-progress presentation of the choreographic project entitled Zugwang. The presentation will take place on the 3 November in TROIS C-L Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois. As the artist notes, Zugwang is an experiment that investigates new types of relations between an abstract form and movement – where the movement is in itself the main need and the final goal. Zugwang will feature Victoria Kennett and Alexey Torgunakov (dance and creation). The work-in-progress presentation is planned also for the Polish audience and it will take place on 16 November in ROZBARK Theatre (start at 6 p.m.).   

 

The artistic residency of Artur Bieńkowski in Luxemburg is part of the exchange residency programme PROJECT 2/3 organised by the Institute of Music and Dance in co-operation with the TROIS C-L – Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois.

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