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Charlotte Goesaert »

Loophole
23/2/2018

Charlotte Goesaert played and danced for Belgian and international companies like MAAS, Ro Theater, Tuning People and Romeo Castellucci. She recently started creating her own work as a choreographer. In Loophole, two top entertainers build a truth in seven loops and break it down again. Vocal artist Maaskant and performer Evangelos Biskas – whose roots lie in in urban dance and modern dance – captivate their audience with compelling dance moves, hypnotic music and personal confessions. Goesaert combines movement, words, songs, compositions, vocal art and mime and breaks down the barriers between audience and performers in a playful way. »

Natalia Pieczuro »

This Kind of Bird Flies Backwards
23/2/2018

Polish dancer Natalia Pieczuro lives in Brussels, dances with among others Lisbeth Gruwez and gives workshops. For Bits of Dance, she makes her debut as a choreographer. Her inspiration for this solo comes from moments of extreme emotions, moments during which we feel alive. She enters into dialogue with Bjørn Lescouhier, drummer of post-metal band Amenra. »

Koen De Preter »

Dancing
24/2/2018

Choreographer Koen De Preter challenges himself as a dancer, pulling out all the stops. Dancing will be extreme, poetic, absurd, romantic, impressive and raw. He promises ‘pure movement and sweat’, like in some crazy discotheque. During Bits of Dance, he will present brand new material and pure improvisation. »

Alexander Vantournhout »

Red Haired Men
24/2/2018

Alexander Vantournhout has brought some fresh air into the contemporary dance scene. He uniquely combines his dance education at PARTS with his trade of circus artist. For ‘Red Haired Men’, he and four other performers find inspiration in the short prose texts by Russian absurdist writer Daniil Charms. The result is a contemporary dance performance that combines magic, circus, contortionism and text. »