BOUGE B 11-12 - Dag 1
The fifth of our BOUGE B dance and performance festivals is devoted entirely to P.A.R.T.S.
The Performing Arts Research and Training Studios were founded in 1995 by Rosas and De Munt. Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, for years a steadfast figure in our house and this season special guest in our dance programme, is the driving force behind this school and the creator of its artistic-educational content. The training helps dancers and choreographers to develop into independent and creative artists. A real success story, judging by each successive graduation class: the standard of the future professionals is always extremely high.

Just for you, and in close consultation with P.A.R.T.S., we are making a selection of their work. Each one is a work in which the young 'student magicians' carry you with them in the application, questioning and rediscovery of the most varied approaches to composition, theatricality and movement. In one evening you can see two different performances, spread across the familiar old and the new buildings.
Expect a colourful international programme bursting with languages! Prepare to be surprised and discover the future of dance. 'B' there!

One ticket entitles the holder to attend all the performances on the evening concerned.
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Once a month 2 winners win two tickets to a concert or performance on our programme.

Van Ael Margaretha Mijn gelievde voorstellingen zijn dans! Ben al even op pensioen, maar door tijdstekort en verre afstand lukte me het nooit. Woon sinds kort in Antwerpen en wil dolgraag genieten van de mooie dingen, ballet opera en meer, maar moet keuzes maken. Wie weet komt er eens een verrasssing uit de bus en ben ik een van de gelukkige!
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