Let's enjoy from our sofa
The intent of this page is to provide dancers with the tools to train from home, links to online lessons with artists that we have gotten to know personally during the NOD program and also to watch all the performances that we didn't have the chance to see so far.
Free time ... this is the most beautiful aspect of this period …
The live-streamed Gaga classes are now happening 7 days a week, 8 times per day, with senior teachers from Tel Aviv and New York. As you may have observed, classes are approximately 30 minutes (Gaga/people) or 45 minutes (Gaga/dancers).
Here is the link link to register for online class
Ballet bar class by @spensermyles via INSTAGRAM LIVE
Monday Wednesday Friday h: 18,00 Europe time
GAGA in Italian language with Andrea Costanzo Martini
April 2nd h: 18
Rosas | Rain (2001) [Brussels, 2016
With this vibrant choreography, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker returned, in 2001, to two of her great loves: pure dance and the minimalistic music of Steve Reich.
Watch a full length recording of the choreography, recorded by Olivia Rochette & Gerard-Jan Claes at the Brussels Cirque Royale in 2016, here:
"A Louer " (Peeping Tom) – Episode 1
"Betroffenheit" Director: Christal Pite and Jonathon Young Jeff Tudor
Starring: Kidd Pivot Electric Company Theatre Bryan Arias David Raymond Cindy Salgado Jermaine Spivey Tiffany Tregarthen Jonathon Young
"The Great Ghosts" From 25th to 30th March
"Clowns" - Hofesh Shechter Company
We are pleased to announce that Hofesh Shechter’s Clowns will be part of a special online selection from the Cinedans FEST ’20 programme on Cinedans WEB from 25 to 29 March. More information about the online programme here.
"Everyday moments" by Hofesh Shechter
"The art of not looking back" Hofesh Shechter / at Opéra National de Paris 2018
"Cirque du Soleil"
"Last work" by Ohad Naharin
"Decadance" by Ohad Naharin
Discover Peeping Tom's first trilogy!
Watch the film of Le Jardin (2002) and the full shows of Le Salon (2005) and Le Sous Sol (2007).
"Here After" Ultima Vez
→ Inasmuch... (2000)
This silent, atmospheric short film was originally part of the performance 'Inasmuch as Life is borrowed…' and questions two of the most poignant events in the life of man: birth and death.
"NULL" Vertigo Dance Company