The title of the Strome song is “Allors on Dance!” May 11 to 15 would not have been so appropriate in Switzerland. Fête de la danse offers events of all kinds in thirty cities in Switzerland, including 10 French-speaking Switzerland.
The annual dance meeting allows you to discover contemporary creation. Winners of the Swiss Performing Arts Awards and other dance companies (out & about) are offering a national tour of the event, the festival said in a statement.
They dance in public and in theaters with the duo “Shiver” (Arav, Winterdoor, Freiburg), like Geneva choreographer Edward Hughes. Tempo de Boria dances high on the facades (Basel, Freeborg), while Geneva choreographer Mary-Caroline stands with a semi-trailer in the Hominal Lucerne and delivers the “Cirque Asteroid”.
Bernice dances with Coalition F “Domino Race” in a colorful roundabout in downtown St. Gallen and Winterthur. Finally, two heavyweights of the dance scene are stopped in German-speaking Switzerland: Cindy van Acker is invited to Basel with “Shadowpieces” and the ballet Junior de Geneve ensemble presents small pieces on KKThun.
Among the numerous functions offered, we can also mention the work of Geneva choreographer Gilles Jabin. No streaming or video, but a virtual dance tour wherever you want. This XR expert has adapted his “Dance Trail” program for Fade de la Dance.
Created in 2020 for the Sundance Film Festival, the Dance Trail App invites people from all over the world to dance augmented dance in the streets, fields or at home. View on your smartphone.
In the role, Philip Siren’s Hocus Pocus takes the young audience on an exciting journey. The dance show continues to spin at the 2018 Avignon Festival.
Co-produced by dance company Philippe Searle and Petit Theater de Lausanne, it premiered in November 2017, using dual actors to secure nearly half the tour in Europe, North America, South and Asia. A thousand shows on the clock.
Sea Anemone Girl
In Geneva, the Museum of Art and History invites the public to a dance tour of the Room of Greek Statues, followed by an introduction to Hellenic dances. While in Lausanne CIE Nuna – YoungSoon Cho Jaquet is a hybrid and fluorescent figure – psychedelic frog, female-sea anemone or magic mushroom – entertaining young and old alike for an acrobatic and colorful dance practice.
In Friborg, Mosaïques’ creation, conceived by Collectif Corps Exquis and Mastazz Dance & Co, brings together 15 male and female dancers to explore the theme of the band. In Newsett, the tango duo will take a paused moment of poetry as they dance through the streets of downtown.
In French-speaking Switzerland, shows are also scheduled in Bulle, Gland, Morges, Moutier and Yeverton-less-Bains.
Learn to dance
Attendees can also learn about the various dances from the Afro-Soul Move to Zumba, including Blues, Country, Bollywood Dance, Flamengo, Hip-Hop, L-Irish Dance, Salsa, Recatton and Urban Dance.
Amateur dance companies are also on the band. In Bern, some of them even go to nursing homes.
Cinema has not forgotten this 17th edition. The SAPA Foundation, Swiss Archives for the Performing Arts, presents a program of national and international short films on the theme of dance. In French-speaking Switzerland, films will be screened in Lausanne, the hub for arsenic and contemporary art.
Fête de la Danse, Reso – is organized by Réseau Danse Suisse and its many volunteers in collaboration with responsible organizations in each city participating in the event.
All events in each region are scheduled on the website www.fetedeladanse.ch and on the event’s Facebook page.
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