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 May 2019 

The Grand Theatre Łódź: Premiere of “Cisza/Silence” ballet by Ivan Cavallari

8 May 2019

On May 11, 2019 The Grand Theatre Łódź invites for the opening of the XXV Łódź Ballet Festival celebrated with the premiere of Cisza/Silence ballet choreographed by Ivan Cavallari with the music of Ludwig van Beethoven.

Report from the XXV Łódź Ballet Festival’s press conference

8 May 2019

On May 7, 2019, a press conference devoted to the upcoming the XXV Łódź Ballet Festival was held in the foyer of the Grand Theatre Łódź. The Festival starts on Saturday, May 11 and will last until June 23. The press conference was attended by the Grand Theatre’s acting general directorKrzysztof Marciniak, ballet director – Wojciech Domagała, and the creators of Silence/Cisza – the Festival’s opening performance:Ivan Cavallari (choreographer), Michał Kocimski (music director) and dancers Lydia Boutfeux and Dominik Senator.

Polish dance icons become a new source of inspiration – premiere of the second “Choreographic Territories” series of performances

25 April 2019

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Poland’s regained independence, in 2018 the Adam Mickiewicz Institute launched the Choreographic Territories – New Paths of the Avant Garde project. It revolves around Polish female dance icons and their exceptional life stories. On the 26th of April, Second Nature by Agata Siniarska and Karolian Grzywnowicz with a performance of Katarzyna Wolińska premieres at the Erbstücke festival opening in Dresden. The performance is based on the only preserved recordings Pola Nireńska’s Holocaust Tetralogy, the last work of this outstanding artist, a charismatic personality, and Jan Karski’s wife. After Dresden, where young Nireńska honed her skills in the legendary Mary Wigman’s school, Second Nature will travel to Warsaw, Prague and Bucharest and other European cities.

 

The production has been carried out as a part of the Choreographic Territories – new paths of the avant-garde project, held by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in collaboration between the Institute of Music and Dance, Hellerau European Centre for the Arts, East European Performing Arts Platform, Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk and Lublin Dance Theatre. The installation was produced in co-operation with Pilecki Institute. The project is held by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute as part of POLSKA 100, the international cultural programme accompanying the centenary of Poland regaining independence. Co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland as part of the multi-annual programme NIEPODLEGŁA 2017–2022.

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