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AGAPÉ

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In the Greek mythology, Agapé means unconditional love, a love of mankind.
The highest form of love. The intention behind Agapé is to create a group dynamic based on listening attentively and selflessly.

Dancers expose themselves, inviting the audience to join them in surrendering to a state of vulnerability and openness, exploring togetherness and community.

Agape rests on embracing individual differences and accepting the fullness of ourselves and others. Is that the collective that creates the individual, or the individuals that create the community?
The dance ressembles this dialogue between the two.

Co-productions : 

Co-producteurs confirmés : Théâtre Jean Francois Voguet (Fontenay sous bois) Théâtre La Barcarolle (Scène conventionnée du Pays de Saint-Omer),
Suresnes Cité Danse

 

Accueil studio  : CCN de Créteil, Centro corégrafico La Gomera, Espagne, Pôle en Scènes , CND Pantin

AGAPÉ (the duet)

About the choreography Agapé
In the Greek mythology, Agapé means unconditional love, a love of mankind. The highest form of love.
The intention behind Agapé is to create a dynamic based on listening attentively and selflessly.

The artists on stage are aiming to create multiple types of intimacy between a woman and a man, moving away from the masculine and feminine patriarcal norms and their attributes.

Artistic collaboration : Pauline Richard 
Procuction : Lamalo Dance Company 

 

Co-productions : 

Co-producteurs confirmés : Théâtre Jean Francois Voguet (Fontenay sous bois) Théâtre La Barcarolle (Scène conventionnée du Pays de Saint-Omer), Suresnes Cités Danse

 

Accueil studio  : CCN de Créteil, Centro corégrafico La Gomera, Espagne, Pôle en Scènes , CND

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BAHIA 

BAHIA is a new contemporary dance piece created for the Ballet Junior Geneva .

 

The piece resembles a ritual and a ceremony where performers are guided by the notions of trust, strength, togetherness and resilience.

 

BAHIA is an invitation to gradually get to a state of emotional openness vulnerability and humility in front of the immensity of the Ocean.

 

Choreography : Jeremy Alberge with  the artistic collaboration of Pauline Richard and Lea Bessoudo Greck / Dramaturgy : Tamara Bacci

NOAM

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NOAM is a contemporary dance duet.This piece combines strength and fragility; exploring notions of gender, innocent love and childhood.

 

Noam means “pleasure & prosperity” in Arabic and “gracious” inHebrew. This work is inspired by the visceral and animalistic nature of Israeli dance.

 

Noam seeks to unravel traditionally fixed masculine and feminine movement patterns.The choreographer aims to create intimacy between the dancers, moving away from familiar romantic relations; establishing rather a dialogue between woman and man that ressembles brother and sister.

Noam won First Prize at the choreographic contest "Les Lendemains qui Dansent", January 2023 at La Barcarolle

4 prizes at Sobanova Dance Awards #7 including programmation, residencies in France and the piece received its first international prize :

3rd prize at Burgos International competition CICNY

+10

“+10”, as indicated by it’s name, is an overview of the past ten years of Jeremy’s life followed by the loss of his father, in 2009.

What do we keep from someone that has left us?

Any separation leaves a scar, but what really stays with us trough the years? The piece explores mourning, acceptance, masculine identity and transformation. The piece explores as well the need to find love in others, to perhaps compensate the absence of a parental figure.

The process has started as a solo research in 2019, which got to perform in Process/Talk in Suzanne Dellal (Israel), in Inbal Theater (Israel) and in Bron (France) after a week of residence in Centre Choregraphik Pôle-Pik.

«+10» has been selected for the Internationales Solo-Tanz-Theater Festival 25th edition alongside sixteen other international dancers/choreographers.

_+10_. Photography Gilles Aguillar

BEHIND THE SOUL  

Produit, réalisé et édité par Hugo Bembi .

 © 2024 Jeremy Alberge. All rights reserved.
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