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TROIS C-L - Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois (LU)

Ministère de la Culture (LU)

Kinneksbond, Centre Culturel Mamer (LU)

CAB - Centro Coreográfico de Lisboa (PT)

project partners

Choreography Catarina Barbosa, Baptiste Hilbert 

Interpretation Catarina Barbosa, Aline Lopes, Laura Lorenzi, Cheyenne Vallejo 

Video Pedro Barbosa 

 

Production AWA - As We Are 

Production and administration manager : Léa Wiplier - BEAST Production 

Co-Production of the research: Kinneksbond, Centre Culturel Mamer

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Qu’adviendrait-il de notre civilisation si la testostérone disparaissait du jour au lendemain?

 

In the post-masculinity universe imagined by Catarina Barbosa and Baptiste Hilbert, four dancers will have the fate of humanity between their movements. Freed from their paternalistic shackles, they will draw from the very essence of femininity to find the origin of a new world.

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CHUUUT(e)

Premiere: 14.12.2023 - Aalt Stadhaus (LU)

TROIS C-L- Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois (LU)

Ministère de la Culture (LU)

Fondation Indépendance by BIL (LU)

Sommer Foundation (LU)

Project partners

Concept and choreography: Giovanni Zazzera

Performers : Catarina Barbosa, Hayato Yamaguchi & Alexandre Lipaux

Music: Nikola Jeremic Costume design: Laure Hieronymus

Lighting design: Jef Metten

Choreographic assistant: Charlotte Him 

 

Production : Z Art Dance asbl

Production manager : Léa Wiplier - BEAST Production 

In charge of diffusion : Alexandre Vitale 

Coproduction : Centre Culturel AALT STADHAUS, Les Rotondes, TRIFOLION Echternach 

Support and pedagogical accompaniment : Koplabunz asbl 

DISTRIBUTION

Tomber amoureux, tomber malade, tomber de haut, tomber bien bas, tomber à pic, tomber à l'eau, tomber des nues, tomber sous le sens ou sur la tête ...
CHUUUT(e)" is a choreographic trip through reality and absurdity, greatness and decadence, evidence or ignorance, where the spectator will be projected beyond the fall to discover what brings us to fall. Indissociable from our human condition, the experience of the fall is as essential as it is inevitable in the life of each one because it is at the same time premise and destiny.

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Escher Theater (LU)

TROIS C-L - Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois (LU)

Kinneksbond, Centre Culturel Mamer (LU)

CN D – Centre national de la danse Lyon (FR)

Réseau Grand LUXE

Ministère de la Culture (LU)

Espaço do Tempo, Rui Horta (PT)

Ballet Kakurera, Guadeloupe (FR)

project partners

Conception & Choreography: William Cardoso 

Performance: Cheyenne Vallejo, Alice De Maio

Music: Diogo De Melo & Ricardo Ladeira

 

Production William Cardoso Company 

Production Manager: Léa Wiplier - BEAST Production 

Co-production of the creation: Escher Theater (LU) 

Co-Production of the research: Kinneksbond, Centre Culturel Mamer

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Dancing to forget, dancing to celebrate, dancing to move on.

 

"Am I normal? How to accept and affirm one's difference in a standard society, which tends to compulsively categorize and label individuals? Oh baby marks William Cardoso's attempt to question our relationship to the norm and to explore, through movement, a multitude of gender identities and sexual orientations. A nuanced celebration of love for self and other.

 

This choreographic piece, intense and full of questions, sometimes without answers, will be dark and brilliant at the same time, sad and joyful, dark and hopeful. It will be a metaphor for the complexity of the world we live in.

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BABY

Premiere: 27.10.2023 & 28.10.2023 - Escher Theater (LU)

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PAPAYA

Premiere: 12.04.2023 & 13.04.2023 - Kulturfabrik Esch (LU)

Ministère de la Culture (LU)

Œuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse Charlotte (LU)

SACEM Luxembourg (LU)

FrEsch 2022 Oeuvre (LU)

TROIS C-L - Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois (LU)

Warwick Arts Centre (UK)

Coventry UK City of Culture Trust (UK)

project partners/SUPPORTERS

Concept and creation: Jennifer Lopes Santos, melissandre varin

Performers: Jennifer Lopes Santos, melissandre varin

Music: Eric G.Foy

Costume: Jennifer Lopes Santos

Lights: Nina Schaeffer

Scenography & documentation: Shade Cumini

Assistant choreographer: Georges Maikel Pires Monteiro

 

Production FINKAPE asbl

Production manager: Léa Wiplier - BEAST Production 

Co-Production: Centre Culturel KULTURFABRIK (LU)

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PAPAYA is an Afro-feminist performance directed by artists and activists who investigate Afro-descendant liberation, intimacy and care. Across borders, the collective asks how to create, nurture, heal and share the conditions of self-love beyond discrimination? Through performances, the artists try to raise questions from their respective autobiographical perspectives.

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SYNOPSIS

Qu’adviendrait-il de notre civilisation si la testostérone disparaissait du jour au lendemain?

 

Dans l’univers post-masculinité imaginé par Catarina Barbosa et Baptiste Hilbert, quatre danseuses auront le sort de l’humanité entre leurs mouvements.

Affranchies de leurs carcans paternalistes, elles puiseront dans l’essence même de la féminité pour y trouver l’origine d’un monde nouveau.

DISTRIBUTION

 

Chorégraphie: Catarina Barbosa, Baptiste Hilbert

Interprétation: Catarina Barbosa, Aline Lopes, Laura Lorenzi, Cheyenne Vallejo

Création musicale: Guillaume Jullien

Vidéo: Pedro Barbosa

Production AWA - As We Are

Chargée de production et d’administration : Léa Wiplier - Beast Production

Co-Production de la recherche : Kinneksbond, Centre Culturel Mamer

PARTENAIRES DU PROJET

 

> TROIS C-L - Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois

> Ministère de la Culture

> Kinneksbond, Centre Culturel Mamer

> CAB - Centro Coreográfico de Lisboa

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PRODUCTION: AWA

CHARGé DE PRODUCTION: BEAST PRODUCTION

SYNOPSIS

Qu’adviendrait-il de notre civilisation si la testostérone disparaissait du jour au lendemain?

 

Dans l’univers post-masculinité imaginé par Catarina Barbosa et Baptiste Hilbert, quatre danseuses auront le sort de l’humanité entre leurs mouvements.

Affranchies de leurs carcans paternalistes, elles puiseront dans l’essence même de la féminité pour y trouver l’origine d’un monde nouveau.

DISTRIBUTION

 

Chorégraphie: Catarina Barbosa, Baptiste Hilbert

Interprétation: Catarina Barbosa, Aline Lopes, Laura Lorenzi, Cheyenne Vallejo

Création musicale: Guillaume Jullien

Vidéo: Pedro Barbosa

Production AWA - As We Are

Chargée de production et d’administration : Léa Wiplier - Beast Production

Co-Production de la recherche : Kinneksbond, Centre Culturel Mamer

PARTENAIRES DU PROJET

 

> TROIS C-L - Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois

> Ministère de la Culture

> Kinneksbond, Centre Culturel Mamer

> CAB - Centro Coreográfico de Lisboa

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CREDERE

Premiere: 20.01.2023 - Aalt Stadhaus Theater (LU)

TROIS C-L- Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois (LU)

Ministère de la Culture (LU)

Fondation Indépendance by BIL (LU)

Jojo Dance Center-Oulu (FIN)

Koplabunz asbl (LU)

Project partners

Concept & Choreography: Giovanni Zazzera

Dancers/Performers: Enora Gemin, Alexandre Lipaux, Cheyenne Vallejo

 Artistic Assistant: Charlotte Him

Musical composition: Guillaume Jullien

Light Design: Jef Meten

Mask creation: Delphine Bardot

 

Production : Z Art Dance asbl

Co-production: Aalt Stadhaus Theater | La Barcarolle, EPCC Spectacle vivant Audomarois

Production manager : Léa Wiplier - BEAST Production

DISTRIBUTION

"There is much worse than believing only what you see: seeing only what you believe!"

CREDERE features three dancers who explore the twists and turns of belief, passing through states of construction and deconstruction, of amplitude and decadence, of the divine and the human.

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NEGARE

Premiere: 01.04.2023 - Monodrama Festival (LU)

TROIS C-L- Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois (LU)

Ministère de la Culture (LU)

Fondation Indépendance by BIL (LU)

Koplabunz asbl (LU)

Le laboratoire chorégraphique de Reims (FR)

Oulu Dance Center (FI)

Bâtiment IV (LU)

Project partners


Concept & Choreography: Giovanni Zazzera

Dancers/Performers: Alexandre Lipaux

 Artistic Assistant: Charlotte Him

Musical composition: Guillaume Jullien

Light Design: Jef Meten

Mask creation: Delphine Bardot

 

Production : Z Art Dance asbl

Co-production: Fundamental MONODRAMA, Centre Culturel Régional Aalt Stadhaus Differdange, La barcarolle EPCC - Centre Culturel Balavoine

Production manager : Léa Wiplier - BEAST Production

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"In the meanders of beliefs, certainties mingle, devoid of proof."

Seated on a throne beneath a golden carpet, a body takes its place. Ample and imposing, it invades this space, takes possession of it and exposes itself to people's gaze. Proclaiming what it is, what it thinks it is and what it wants us to believe. A carrot in his hand. Is he the bait or has he been baited? Eat, eat, as long as you can only see the end of the carrot.

This choreographic solo plunges us into the discovery of a curious and atypical character who transports us into his absurd and poetic universe, questioning, through the state of the body, the order of manipulation and the transformation of ideas received and shared. The power of allowing oneself to be contaminated, of making people believe and believing in them, like a constant transformation of an inner need that leads us to build our own beliefs.

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WEAVER

Support: Centre de création chorégraphique luxembourgeois TROIS C-L (LU), Ministère de la Culture Luxembourg (LU), Trifolion Echternach (LU), Fondation Indépendance (LU), Kultur | lx – Arts Council Luxembourg (LU)

Research: Fonds Darstellende Künste aus Mitteln der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien im Rahmen von NEUSTART KULTUR (DE)

Residencies: Neimënster (LU), Dock 11 Berlin (DE), O espaço do Tempo (PT), Tanzhaus Zürich (CH), CCRN Rillieux-la-Pape (FR)

Project partners

 

Concept & Choreography: Anne-Mareike Hess

Performers & development: Laura Lorenzi, Julia B. Laperrière & Anne-Mareike Hess

Dramaturgy: Thomas Schaupp

Sound composition: Marc Lohr

Costume design & visual concept: Mélanie Planchard & Lynn Scheidweiler

Light design: Brice Durand

 

Production: utopic productions

Co-production: Neimënster (LU), Weld Stockholm (SE), Skogen (SE), Centre chorégraphique national de Rillieux-la-Pape, direction Yuval PICK, dans le cadre du dispositif Accueil-Studio (FR)

Production manager : Léa Wiplier - BEAST Production

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With Weaver, a dance piece for three female dancers, choreographer Anne-Mareike Hess will use the image of weaving and its inherent creative potential of connecting and net-working and transfer it into a contemporary choreographic reflection on our society today.

 

A story in which past and future, individual and collective fate of the female body are interwoven into the dense fabric of social togetherness. 

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(DI)SPERARE

premiere: 01.08.2022 - TRIBUNE (LU)

TROIS C-L- Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois (LU)

Ministère de la Culture (LU)

SACEM (LU)

Le laboratoire chorégraphique de Reims (FR)

Fondation Indépendance by BIL (LU)

Oulu Dance Center (FI)

Tanzstation Wuppertal (DE)

Maschinenhaus Essen (DE)

Batiment IV (LU)

Koplabunz asbl (LU)

Project partners

Concept & Choreography: Giovanni Zazzera

Dancers/Performers: Enora Gemin & Cheyenne Vallejo

 Artistic Assistant: Charlotte Him

Musical composition & Light Design: Damiano Picci

Texts and Dramaturgy: Nora Zrika

Mask creation: Delphine Bardot

 

Production : Z Art Dance asbl

Co-production: Aalt Stadhaus Theater | La Barcarolle EPCC Centre Culturel Balavoine

Production manager : Léa Wiplier - BEAST Production

DISTRIBUTION

"(di) SPERARE" is a fragment of the choreographic triptych "CREDERE", which explores the intricacies of human beliefs and the vital need to believe.

In "(di) SPERARE", we taste the contagion of two bodies that allow themselves to be transported in a dialogue of concordance and oppositions, extremes and excesses, connection and disconnection, hopes and despair, leading them to lose themselves and find each other again to become aware of the invisible links that bind them together.

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In a parallel idea, we are also questioning the word Deadline, which constantly surrounds us. A strong word that heralds the future break-up of something. Historically, this word was used to designate the limits of a prison. Anyone who dares to cross the deadline will be shot.


In a less dramatic context, deadline is used, as we all know it, to designate the end of something. A word that carries a certain emotion with it, which may or may not always be pleasant.

 

Rupture and deadline are words that interest us in creating a certain imperative in the body and also in the changes of tables. Pushing the limits of an image or an emotion. We want to play on the urgency and anxiety that come from these two words.

Breaking away from the system to go elsewhere, breaking away to be reborn.

In this work, we are looking to explore the idea of rupture, which underlines the contradictory spirit that we develop through the body in the final works. The rupture is not a surprise, the rupture is, here, an accessory that we use to create a shift in the path of the movement.

 

William is interested in this idea of contact dance, which he takes completely the wrong way round. Contact dance is raw and not fluid. Something on the order of urgency. Like a kind of euphoria where the desire to touch the other takes priority over the technique of the body and the dancer. We try to study the space and translate it into a playground where the body can tell its story. Urgency means raw and dry. Two words that underline the main lines of our research work. The study of movement and its meaning is of real importance in our work.


We're working on a dance and performance that moves around, but above all addresses the public. Authenticity is an important subject and moment in each work. How can an artist be authentic? How can we put our knowledge as dancers in the background and our experience as humans center stage?

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Concept & Choreography: William Carodoso

Production: William Cardoso Company

Production Manager: Léa Wiplier and BEAST Production

Distribution 

Deadline

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Moi, voyageur de rêve

Premiere: 03.04.2024 & 04.04.2023 - D Festival at Théâtre Marni (BE)

TROIS C-L- Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois (LU)

Garage 29 - OFFestival (BE)

Shawbrook Dance residency programme  (IR)

Le Théâtre Marni (BE)

Fédération Wallonie/Bruxelles (BE)

Wallonie/Bruxelles International (BE)

Project supported by: 

Wallonia/Brussels Federation (BE)

Wallonie/Bruxelles International (BE) 

Project partners

 

Concept & Choreography: Youri De Gussem

Dancer/Performer: Youri De Gussem

Assistant Choreographer: Julie Querre

Light Design: Youri De Gussem

Music: TBC

Off Voice: Rado Babamofski

 

Production: Compagnie ZEMIATA

Production manager : Léa Wiplier - BEAST Production

DISTRIBUTION

 

In "Moi, Voyageur de rêve", Youri de Gussem expresses his admiration for his "dedo", his Macedonian grandfather who emigrated at the age of 18 to get what he could never have had in his home country: the freedom to choose his own destiny.


This story takes the audience through a series of nocturnal landscapes, escaping border patrols and camps... I demonstrates hte determination of those who aspire to a better life, far from war, suffering and horror.

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