DANCE PERFORMANCE SHELTER TONIGHT IN SLOVENIA
The dance performance Shelter performed by the Belgrade Dance Institute and choreographers Christophe Beranger and Jonathan Pranlas-Descour (France) will be performed tonight, November 19th, starting at 7.30 pm on the stage of the Dance Forum Celje (Slovenia) organized by the House of Culture Celje, ending the regional tour of this project, with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Serbia and the international platform Teatroscope of the French Institute in Serbia.
To the mutual satisfaction of both the audience and the critics, the Celje cultural scene is returning to the map of an unavoidable dance destination in Slovenia, which is being intensively worked on by Mojca Majcen, a second-year student of the Choreography Department.
The play stars alumni and students: Katarina Bućić, Jovana Grujić, Natalija Trifunović, Ana Mihova, Katarina Ilijašević, Sonja Stojanović and Tijana Ostojić.
Shelter’s choreography is the final performance of the students of the Belgrade Dance Institute, Department of Contemporary Dance. Shelter is a new and unusual creative process inspired by the rhythms of musical scores in which music and dance create speed, initiate body movement and flight and tell an epic saga about the history of Belgrade, a city torn between constant destruction and construction. Then we build a shelter from within whose task is to enable us to open up to the world despite its contradictions, to reach silence amidst the urban bustle and drama of life. During the process, we analyze the category of decay, dissolution of even those structures that we thought were eternal, moments during which we realize that only our body is our temple, the authors say.
The dance performance SHELETER premiered on June 29th on the stage of BITEF Theater.
See more about the play here: https://www.hisakulture.si/2021/11/06/plesna-predstava-shelter-zaklonisce/