Episode 5. We don’t have a map to follow
The start of the third and final year at P.A.R.T.S.: time to take in everything the school still has to offer. But also to prepare for what is to follow: professional life. Equally exciting as daunting. Although Corona has been consigned to the sidelines and school life is ‘back to normal’, the virus continues to reverberate in the personal struggles and tensions in the school. In addition to Black Lives Matter and mental health, also consent, food habits and gender diversity are on the agenda. At the start of the organization of the graduation student festival, it sounds: "to listen to each other is our biggest challenge."
Classes, projects and music featured in this Episode: 1. Workshop Renan Martins (in Dudenpark) to Sueño En Paraguay of Chancha Via Circuito 2. Workshop Alain Franco and Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker with live piano by Alain Franco: Take Five of Dave Brubeck, Johann Sebastian Bach and America of Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim 3. Workshop, Rosas Repertory The Six Brandenburg Concertos, Cynthia Loemij, Thomas Vantuycom, Jason Respilieux to video-recorded live music by B’Rock Orchestra, led by Amandine Beyer 4. Workshop Samantha Van Wissen to Fever of Balthazar 5. Contemporary technique, Alesandra Seutin, singing Blackbird by Nina Simone 6. Contemporary technique, Jamie Scott 7. Ballet, Libby Farr, to live piano by Bart Van Bulck 8. Workshop Mette Ingvartsen, to Spem in alium (the forty PART) of Thomas Tallis, performed by Suzi Digby & ORA singers 9. Workshop Meg Stuart to live music by Douglas Weiss, Lonely woman of Ornette Coleman on double bass 10. Ballet, Libby Far to live piano by Bart Van BulckP.A.R.T.S.
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