Choreographers Elisabeth Borgermans and Thomas Vantuycom take Stravinsky's masterpiece Petrouchka as a source of inspiration for a new dance creation with nine young dancers between the ages of 16 and 25.
They depart from a new and profound reading of the music, leaving behind the original staging from 1911. Stravinsky's penchant for contrast, rhythm and speed is typical of the modern man at the beginning of the last century, when life became electrified in every way.
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- Elisabeth Borgermans, Thomas Vantuycom
- Nolan Decreton, Lauryn De Ruyck, Kiko Labarque-Persyn, Celien Mertens, Louis Staquet, Annabel Van Acker, Tess Van der Sanden, Maïté van Genugten, Lennert Vanhove
- Igor Stravinsky, Alain Franco, Raphaël Hénard
- Music dramaturgy
- Alain Franco
- Alexandra Sebbag
- Kurt Lefevre
- Perpodium, Brussels Philharmonic, Concertgebouw Brugge, STUK Leuven
- With the support of
- the city of Leuven, the Flemish government, the Tax Shelter of the Belgian federal government