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July 7-12, 2014
THE LIVE LEGACY PROJECT: CORRESPONDENCES BETWEEN GERMAN CONTEMPORARY DANCE AND JUDSON DANCE THEATER MOVEMENT
A PROJECT BY TANZFONDS ERBE
The Live Legacy Project seeks to share the practices and techniques sprouted by the 1960s American avant garde and that migrated to Germany, often through the Dutch institutions (e.g. School for New Dance Development and European Dance Development School). The project reveals these revolutionary influences in German Contemporary Dance training, and highlights the visibility of such corporeal values in choreographic work and practice. What exactly are these embodied philosophies, and what kinds of cultural shifts have been enabled by their transmission?
The Live Legacy Project celebrates this movement by bringing together choreographers, dance artists, scholars, and educators, to converge in a six-day symposium. They will share their movement practices and stories through intensive workshops, lectures and conversations, and performances.
Funded by Tanzfonds Erbe - an initiative by the The German Federal Cultural Foundation.
Come to tanzhaus nrw in Düsseldorf and join us for this landmark event.
Online registration from March 15, 2014. Options and Fees.
A) Symposium with Workshops
Fee includes morning & afternoon workshops, lectures & conversations, corresponding events, performances, lunch and The Underscore with Nancy Stark Smith & Mike Vargas (music).
without Lunch: 190 - 240Euro
including Lunch: 230 - 280Euro
B) For daily visits:
Lunch: 8Euro. Please note: Lunch reservations only possible until June 15th.
Live streaming lectures & conversations, corresponding events: 6Euro/Day
C) Evening Performances
Tickets for evening performances will be available through the website of tanzhaus nrw: http://tanzhaus-nrw.de/
For more information: http://the-live-legacy-project.com/
Symposium Guests are:
Ric Allsopp, Angus Balbernie, Agnès Benoit-Nader, David Brandstätter, Fabian Chyle, Trude Cone, Jess Curtis, Joao da Silva, Pauline de Groot, Ingo Diehl, Benno Enderlein, Malgven Gerbes, Yvonne Hardt, Dieter Heitkamp, Ines Heckmann, Peter Hulton, Bernd Ka, Irmela Kästner, Thomas Kampe, Eva Karczag, Gabriele Klein, Stephanie Maher, Nina Martin, Gisela Müller, Martin Nachbar, Lisa Nelson, Mary O'Donnell, Peter Pleyer, Ka Rustler, Isabelle Schad, Barbara Stahlberger, Nancy Stark Smith, Silke Z, Alexandra Waierstall and Gabriele Wittmann.