Choreographer: Sidi Larbi Cherkaoiu. Composer Nitin Sawhney. Visionary Japanese animator and manga artist Osamu Tezuka provides the inspiration for Cherkaoui’s TeZukA with a cast of nine dancers, two musicians, an actor and a calligrapher.
Taking the idea of a milonga as its starting point, those social dance evenings held in intimate late night bars in Buenos Aires, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui collaborates with an incredibly talented cast of Argentinean dancers and live musicians to create a show that brings his own unique style to tango and adds a contemporary twist. This clip […]
3 minute promo for Life in Progress: Sylvie Guillem’s final dance programme featuring new works by Akram Khan and Russell Maliphant, and Mats Ek’s touching and poignant Bye, which was made especially for her and performed as part of the 6000 miles away. Edited from a multi-camera live recording to be released on DVD late 2015.
Choreographed by Crystal Pite in response to Thomas Adès’ vast and formidable Polaris. A cast of 60 dancers in the spiralling structures inspired by Adès’ creation, and an ensemble of 65 musicians playing in the orchestra pit and in the auditorium. Polaris was the breathtaking culmination of Sadler’s Wells’ See the Music, Hear the Dance, an evening of Thomas Adès’ music, in which the composer conducts the Britten Sinfonia and, in […]
Belgian choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui made Sutra with the Shaolin monks at their monastry in China. Antony Gormley designed the dynamic set. Sadler’s Wells commissioned and produced the show, and commissioned us to film it – in London – for broadcast and for DVD release.
Promo for Sylvie Guillem and Akram Khan’s Sacred Monsters. Live performance filmed for DVD release. Commissioned by Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London.