Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas : Rosas danst Rosas
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Rosas danst Rosas
2019 – 2020 Season Opener, tickets available exclusively to Live Arts members before August 9th. Want first dibs on this blockbuster show? Become a member today! Tickets become available to the general public on August 9th.
In 1983, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker had her international breakthrough with Rosas danst Rosas, a performance that has since become a benchmark in the history of postmodern dance. Building on the minimalism initiated in Fase, abstract movements constitute the basis of a layered choreographic structure in which repetition plays the lead role. Four female dancers dance themselves, again and again in a work that is unequivocally feminine. Repetitive, “maximalistic” music by Thierry De Mey and Peter Vermeersch were created concurrently with the choreography.
Sep 28, 2 PM Rosas Masterclass
Oct 3 Stay Late Conversation moderated by Danielle Goldman
Danielle Goldman is Associate Professor of Critical Dance Studies at Eugene Lang College/The New School and Director of the Contemporary Dance Program. She has published articles in Dance Research, Dance Research Journal, Etcetera, Movement Research Performance Journal, TDR, and Women & Performance. In addition to her writing and teaching, Goldman has performed in the work of Sarah Michelson, DD Dorvillier, and Beth Gill.