Dance House Helsinki & Helsinki Festival: Crowd Workshop

DANCE HOUSE HELSINKI AND HELSINKI FESTIVAL: A WORKSHOP BASED ON GISÈLE VIENNE’S PIECE CROWD
31.8.-1.9.2019, Balanssi Studio, Cable Factory

The program of Helsinki Festival is full of intriguing performing arts pieces. One of them is Gisèle Vienne’s Crowd that brings 15 dancers on stage for a rave party between dream and reality. Besides the performances, Vienne’s group will be guiding a two-day workshop for dance professionals and advanced dancers.

Gisèle Vienne is a Franco-Austrian artist, choreographer and director who creates ambitious stage pieces that defy categorisations and often explore humanity in its multiple aspects. Vienne’s piece Crowd considers rave parties as a modern ritual and strips bare the entire spectrum of human emotions – accompanied by a playlist covering 30 years of electronic music history curated by Peter Rehberg.

The two-day workshop Between motion and cinematographic writing: a new choreographic language offers an excellent possibility to discover Vienne’s work through the materials of Crowd: stillness, living picture, still motion and disassembled movement.

The workshop is aimed for professional and advanced dancers. And it is guided by Sylvain Decloitre and Rémi Hollant.

Ensure your spot and enroll in the workshop here. Registrations are non-refundable after July 31st.

Open:
Sat-Sun at 10.30-12

Tickets:
40 € (will be invoiced mid July)

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Photo: Gisèle Vienne - Crowd © Estelle Hanania