29 March, 9.00pm
Japan’s cult choreographer Saburo Teshigawara is back in London for the first time since 2011 for the UK premiere of his hypnotic danced interpretation of Dostoyevsky’s timeless masterpiece The Idiot.
To celebrate, join us for Dance Beyond Movement, a special talk with Saburo Teshigawara and his long-time collaborator Rihoko Sato in partnership with The Japan Foundation, moderated by The Guardian dance critic Sanjoy Roy. Saburo and Rihoko will discuss the development of their movement style, their artistic vision, and their creative process.
Saburo Teshigwara has won international acclaim as a choreographer, director and performer for over 30 years. He is founder and Artistic Director of performance company KARAS. He has regularly performed at Sadler’s Wells and Southbank Centre, and has collaborated with Frankfurt Ballet and Nederlands Dans Theatre. He is also a keen advocate of the potential that dance can hold outside established techniques, engaging people of all abilities and from all walks of life, and facilitating journeys of self-discovery through the medium of dance.
Duration 60 mins
Photo © Akihito Abe
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