Presentation of the In Vivo Danse – CAMPING workshop. Heiner Goebbels leads a large-scale workshop for young dancer-choreographers and improv musicians that will occupy the nave of the CENTQUATRE-PARIS for 8 days. Everything gravitates around the past, the present, and the future of a concept, Europe, of a culture incarnated by sounds, by images and actions, by allegories, by suspended objects. Deconstruction and reconstruction of an exhausted idea and a completed century—the 20th—which opened with the First World War.
With Juliette Adam clarinets, Julien Desailly Irish & Bulgarian bagpipes, Hurgy Toys, flutes Camille Émaille percussions, Nikola Kerkez, accordion, Heni Hyunjung Kim clarinets, Cécile Lartigau ondes Martenot, Léo Maurel orguanous, Hurgy Toys, Nicolas Perrin electric guitar and sensory sensors, Marko Sevarlic accordion, Maï Toyama saxophones, tubax.
Heiner Goebbels (b. 1952) composed radio plays (based on texts by Heiner Müller), works for ensemble and full orchestra (La Jalousie, Surrogate Cities to cite just two), directs his musical theater...