Rosas / Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker - ‘Fase, Four Movements to the Music of Steve Reich’
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Wed 18.12 - Sun 22.12

Rosas / Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

'Fase, Four Movements to the Music of Steve Reich'
Wed 18.12
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Sun 22.12
  • Wed 18.12
    20:00 - 21:10
    THEATERZAAL
  • Thu 19.12
    19:00 - 20:10
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  • Fri 20.12
    20:00 - 21:10
    THEATERZAAL
  • Sat 21.12
    20:00 - 21:10
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  • Sun 22.12
    20:00 - 21:10
    THEATERZAAL

An independent choreographic idiom with new dimensions 

“‘Fase was the first piece where I taught myself to choreograph, and there is a transparency to it, and something intuitive that is reflected above all in the vocabulary.” ‘Fase’ marked Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s breakthrough as a choreographer in 1982. It comprises three duets and a solo, choreographed to four repetitive compositions by the US minimalist Steve Reich.

De Keersmaeker uses the structure of Reich’s music to develop an independent choreographic idiom that does not merely illustrate the music, but also adds a new dimension to it. Both the music and the dance start from the principle of phase shifting through tiny variations: movements that are, initially, perfectly synchronous gradually start slipping and sliding, resulting in an ingenious play of continuously shifting forms and patterns.

Having always danced ‘Fase’ herself, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, for the first time in the work’s history, is passing it on to two new dancers.

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Credits

choreography Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker - danced by (alternating) Yuika Hashimoto, Laura Maria Poletti (18 & 22/12) / Laura Bachman, Soa Ratsifandrihana (19, 20, 21/12) - created with Michèle Anne De Mey, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker - music Steve Reich (‘Piano Phase’ (1967) / ‘Come Out’ (1966) / ‘Violin Phase’ (1967) / ‘Clapping Music’ (1972)) - light design Remon Fromont - costumes 1981 Martine André / Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker - - Rehearsal Directors Fumiyo Ikeda - artistic coordination & planning Anne Van Aerschot - technical director ad interim Michael Smets - costumes coordinator Heide Vanderieck - sewing Maria Eva Rodrigues-Reyes, Charles Gisèle - Quinten Maes, Michael Smets  - production 1982 Schaamte vzw (Brussels), Avila vzw (Brussels) - special thanks to Ella De Vos, Stefano Scoli - Rosas is supported by the Flemish Community & the BNP Paribas Foundation - world premiere 18.03.1982 Beursschouwburg (Brussels)

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