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22nd Contemporary Dance Festival – France
June 4, 2019 @ 8:30 pm€8
Since its birth in the Mississippi’s Delta, at the same period with modern dance, jazz music has always been a space of creativity and mixing. Since then, these two arts rarely come across despite having a lot in common, from improvisation to freedom that constitute their essence.
Brahim Bouchelaghem created Tracks for dansewindows (dance for everyone and everywhere) and approaches jazz music by creating this piece. With Brahim Bouchelaghem, hip hop is confronted with jazz music and contemporary dance in the thick of the Roaring Twenties. The piece is a breath-taking mix, which brings together a former jazzman, an ambitious singer, a lost musician and a brigand. With their own dreams, hope and faith, they are going to try to tame each other… Funny, unpredictable or serious attempts create an energetic rhythm that will enchant the audience.
Choreography: Brahim Bouchelaghem
Assistant choreographer: Vincent Delétang
Performers: Fouad Atzouza, Chinatsu Kosakatani, Alhouseyni N’Diaye, Brahim Bouchelaghem
Music: On the sunny side of the street (Louis Armstrong) / Yesterday (Billie Holiday) / Erroll’s bounce (Erroll Garner) / My funny Valentine (Gerry Mulligan) / Imagine (Vijay Iyer) / Take five (Dave Brubeck), Nicolas De Zorzi, Put A Lid On It (Caspar Remix – Squirrel Nut Zippers), Booty Swing et Rough Cuts (Parov Stelar)
Music mix and advice: Nicolas De Zorzi
Costumes: Emmanuelle Geoffroy
Production: Compagnie Zahrbat, Centre Chorégraphique National Roubaix Nord-Pas de Calais
With the support of: Communauté d’Agglomération Artoiscomm., Conseil Général du Pas-de-Calais
Zahrbat company is supported by: City of Roubaix, Region Hauts de France, DRAC Hauts de France.
Creation 2012 – Recreation 2014
All dance performances are part of the 22nd Cyprus Contemporary Dance Festival 2019, organized by the Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Rialto Theater.
Free Bus from Nicosia (99420642)
Festival Pass: €30
Free admission for pubils, students, soldiers, pensioners and dance professionals