The Dutch premiere of dance film about world war I
Photo: Shanghai Ballet
The Hague, production company and theatre Korzo organizes at the end of January to mid-February for the eighteenth time CaDance, and that this is episode 24 productions offers including sixteen premieres.
There is on 28 January, a special Dutch movie premiere: Young Men, a dance film of 74 minutes on the young soldiers during the First world War, filmed in the North of France.
Young One has been made by, among others, the Time associated choreographer Ivãn Perez. Perez previously made a presentation under that title, with the British dance company BalletBoyz. This drew in London to full houses.
Last fall was the movie with the BalletBoyz to see on the BBC. The music of Keaton Henson.
The Art of Seeing
The theme of this CaDance is The Art of Seeing. According to the festival organiser search dance-makers more and more contact with the audience and they want to actively participate in conversation: “A work of art is only completed with the experience of the viewer, who has her own sense of accords,” said a spokeswoman.
There is also a genuine work made during the festival. Besides the performances, there are, for example, conversations with the public, dinners with authors and lectures. Studios will be open.
The opening programme, on 27 January includes a combination of dance, concert and talk show. Choreographer Amos Ben-Tal made together with Spinvis, whom he met at Oerol, the program Howl.