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17-24 Nov 2022

Brigel Gjoka, Rauf "RubberLegz" Yasit et Ruşan Filiztek

Neighbours

© Julien Benhamou
© Julien Benhamou
© Julien Benhamou
© Julien Benhamou
© Julien Benhamou

WITH THE PARIS AUTUMN FESTIVAL

These leading artists of their art form – contemporary dance and break dance – interweave their different cultural lineages into a new choreographic language.

They met on the production of A Quiet Evening of Dance by William Forsythe and have been inseparable ever since. In Neighbours, Brigel Gjoka and Rauf “Rubberlegz” Yasit question their roots and present lives. Gjoka, an Albanian who relocated to France, and Yasit, a Los Angeles-based German with Kurdish roots, merge their art forms without dispensing with their specific identities. The former conveys an almost baroque style while the latter’s is more urban. The result is an exhilarating combination of floorwork, step-over moves and voluptuous pas de deux. Neighbours also benefits from the music performed live by composer Ruşan Filiztek, an Istanbul native. The duo becomes a trio, taking these “neighbors” to faraway places. Under the eye of William Forsythe, Neighbours invents a new choreographic language where various talents meet.

Philippe Noisette

WITH THE PARIS AUTUMN FESTIVAL
With the support of Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels

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full price 39 €


Over 65-year-olds 34 €


18 to 27-year-olds 14 €


Under 18-year-olds 12 €


Jobseekers 17 €


Welfare recipients 8 €


People with sensory disabilities (on accommodated performances) 23 €


Groups starting from 10 people 25 €


 

 

Pass liberté 27 €


Pass liberté jeune 12 €


+1 person under 28 YO 12 €
If i suscribed to a Pass liberté jeune and the person with me is also under 28, her-his seat is free thanks to the patronage of Caisse d’Épargne Île-de-France​.


+ 1 person over 28 YO 27 €