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A short film based on the work of choreographer Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker.

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Performed by members of the Ballet de l’Opéra de Paris accompanied by Ensemble Ictus and Synergy Vocals as conducted by Georges-Elie Octors. Recorded October 2014 at the Opéra national de Paris.

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Fase, Four Movements to the Music of Steve Reich, choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s very first performance, premiered in 1982. Fase comprises three duets and one solo, choreographed to four repetitive compositions by the American minimalist Steve Reich.

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2000, 27′ (Belgium). Directed by Thierry de Mey. Choreography by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker
Based on the stage work „(But if a look should) April Me“ – Performed by ROSAS (dance) and the Ictus Ensemble (music)

Counter Phrases, made by long-time collaborators Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and Thierry de Mey, features dancers from ROSAS with original music commissioned from ten contemporary composers. We are showing only the second half of the film. – Ubu.com

 

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Music: Maurice Ravel

Cast: Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker • Jonathan Burrows • Iris Bouche • Erna Omarsdottir • Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui • Damien Jalet • Samir Akika • Michèle Anne De Mey • Mauco Paccagnella

http://www.ubu.com/dance/keers_mere.html

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Danced to music by Ysaye and Ligeti, Anna Teresa De Keersmaeker’s Achterland represents a climax in the structural and theatrical exploration of the tension between music and dance and man and women, with playful, athletic dancing, and striking imagery and costumes. It was first performed in 1990, and this 1994 recording unites almost all the original cast.- Ubu.com

 

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The Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker launched her company, Rosas, in 1983, and won immediate attention for her musicality and her austere, pure dance minimalism. Fase, her first piece, used repetition to almost hallucinatory effect, as she and another female dancer whirled and spun in interlocking patterns to a shimmering score by Steve Reich. Fase was followed the same year by Rosas Danst Rosas, which applied the same repetitive, minimalist style to music by Thierry de May and Peter Vermeersch… – ubu.com

 

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http://www.ubu.com/dance/keers_fase.html

Premiere: 18/03/1982, Beursschouwburg (Brussels)

Danced by
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker
Tale Dolven

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