SILENCE, the new creation by choreographer Isabella Soupart, delves into the heart of the book 21 Lessons on the 21st Century by Yuval Noah Harari. For this production she continues her collaboration with pianist Guy Vandromme and invites the Swedish-Swiss Silas Bieri to cure the sound design.
In this work Isabella Soupart analyzes the challenges of contemporary technology, the impact of social media, political issues and the way we show resilience in handling despair and hope.
She has created a Pop-electro ballet, in which nine dancers play with the codes of contemporary dance, in the spirit of pop-rock-punk culture. A performance in which the inclusiveness of this world is proposed as a quest and a response to 21st century globalisation.
In November 2021, STRETCH was presented as part of the 14th Biennial of Contemporary Art in Havana. The choreographer remodels her project with 20 Cuban dancers and musicians and part of her European team at the Museo Nacional de Belas Artes Cuba. The hall, the outdoor entrance platform and the patio of the museum proved to be ideal for the production, also considering the confrontation with the installations of the Cuban artist Kcho, whose theme is illegal immigration.
Isabella Soupart is looking for dancers with strong contemporary technique, a ballet background and acting and singing skills for the new production in October 2022. Auditions will be held at P.A.R.T.S.
If you are interested, please send your application to email@example.com. Required documents: Personal data and short biography, a photo portrait, a link to the two videos containing : A song of your choice that you can sing or read, max 45 » A dance sequence that shows the qualities you master, max 60 » Application deadline: 16.05.2022
Slow Festival (36h)
Slow (36h) Concertgebouw Brugge
Every hour from 7a.m., composer and central guest Eva-Maria Houben, Capuchin Church overtones, choreographer Isabella Soupart, and the silence-searching music of Wandelweiser pianist Guy Vandromme immerse us in a new performance.
06 Feb.2022 | 11:00 | 12:00 | 14:00 | 15:00 | 16:00 | 17:00