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Pina Bausch (1940-2009)
Maurice Béjart (1927-2007)
Ushio Amagatsu (1949-)
Claude Brumachon (1959-)
Norbert Servos (1956-)
Trisha Brown (1936-)
Alito Alessi (1954-)
Helena Waldmann (1962-)
Millicent Hodson & Kenneth Archer
Wim Vandekeybus (1963-)
Charles Linehan
Cristina Hoyos (1946-)
Thomas Plischke (1975-) & Kattrin Deufert (1973-)
Richard Alston (1948-)
Xavier Le Roy (1963-)
Jérôme Bel (1964-)
Juan Kruz de Garaio Esnaola (1966-) & Luc Dunberry (1969-)
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui (1976-)
Prue Lang (1972-)
Carmen De Lavallade (1931-)
Sasha Waltz (1963-)
Angelin Preljocaj (1957-)
Via Katlehong Dance
Sonia Baptista (1973-)
Emanuel Gat (1969-)
Carmen Mota
Janet Eilber (1951-)
Tory Dobrin (1954-)
Heinz Spoerli (1940-)
Hofesh Shechter (1975-)
Ohad Naharin (1952-)
Dominique Boivin (1952-)
Koen Augustijnen (1967-)
Akram Khan (1974-)
Frederic Flamand (1946-)
Jonathan Burrows (1960-)
Gerda König (1966-)
Mark Baldwin
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Great Choreographers-Interviews

Great Choreographers-Interviews

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In this book, the reader will find some of the most important choreographers, artists who helped to shape the dance scene as it is today, from icon Pina Bausch to still-thriving figures such as Xavier Le Roy, Sasha Waltz, and more. Through this compilation of interviews conducted over the course of twenty years, Natasha Hassiotis aims to show on the one hand the choices made by the audience, the agents, and the festivals, and on the other hand, to show through discussions with choreographers what they have to say about their relation to their art, their audiences, and their dancers. A readable material by specialists and non-specialists alike, this work may help people who think of contemporary dance as a difficult-to-decipher “idiom” to familiarize themselves with this very old and popular art form.
In this book, the reader will find some of the most important choreographers, artists who helped to shape the dance scene as it is today, from icon Pina Bausch to still-thriving figures such as Xavier Le Roy, Sasha Waltz, and more. Through this compilation of interviews conducted over the course of twenty years, Natasha Hassiotis aims to show on the one hand the choices made by the audience, the agents, and the festivals, and on the other hand, to show through discussions with choreographers what they have to say about their relation to their art, their audiences, and their dancers. A readable material by specialists and non-specialists alike, this work may help people who think of contemporary dance as a difficult-to-decipher “idiom” to familiarize themselves with this very old and popular art form.

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