Piece for 5 dancers

Le chant des ruines

Michèle Noiret

Creation / Première

Conception, mise en scène et chorégraphie : Michèle Noiret

Créée, avec et interprétée par : Alexandre Bachelard, Harris Gkekas, Liza Penkova, Sara Tan, Denis Terrasse

Caméraman et plateau : Vincent Pinckaers

Assistant à la chorégraphie : David Drouard

Composition musicale et originale et interactions : Todor Todoroff

Scénographie : Luc Noël

Lumières : Xavier Lauwers

Costumes : Povelas Bastys

Direction Technique : Christian Halkin, Gilles Brulard

Régie lumières : Gilles Brulard

Régie vidéo : Frédéric Nicaise

Attachée de production et diffusion : Claire Geyer

Communication et presse : Alexandra de Laminne

Administration et coordination : Cathy Zanté

Production : Compagnie Michèle Noiret / Tandem asbl
Coproduction : Charleroi danse, Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles (en cours)
Soutien : Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles – Service de la danse, La Loterie Nationale, Wallonie-Bruxelles International, Tax Shelter du Gouvernement fédéral belge – Casa Kafka Pictures Movie Tax Shelter empowered by Belfius, Adami
Résidence : La Fabrique Chaillot – Chaillot – Théâtre national de la Danse

While training at Maurice Béjart’s Mudra school, Michèle Noiret had a highly significant encounter with the composer Karlheinz Stockhausen, going on to collaborate with him for some fifteen years.
She is one of the first Belgian choreographers to be passionate about interactive new technologies and includes them in her shows. From one creation to the next, she reinvents the form of her stage writing and explores recurrent questionings in depth during multidisciplinary dialogues between dance, music, lighting and the image. With her the stage is a meticulous assembly of these many languages, an image of the flows and interactions that govern our world.
How is it possible not to lose your footing in this permanent flow of movement? In this new piece, Michèle Noiret takes a group of five dancers on a mad race, travelling through fantastical landscapes disrupted by unfamiliar phenomena. Little by little a microsociety forms; a world is constructed and deconstructed in a constant tension between the real and the imaginary, immersing the audience in a show of extremes.

Fri. 04.10.2019
Charleroi - Les Écuries
Sat. 05.10.2019
Charleroi - Les Écuries