WEDNESDAY 6 NOVEMBER H 18.30
Public meeting with Ben Evans, Director of Arts and Disability for Europe of British Council
For years the British Council has been promoting the work of artists with disabilities worldwide, such as the increasingly important Candoco Dance Company. It also supports cultural institutions in sharing reflections and initiatives to make the performing arts accessible to audiences with disabilities, as well as to approach every spectator to the world of disability beyond pietistic stereotypes.
Ben Evans, with his charisma, will tell us about the British Council’s actions in this field and the current state of the reltionship between dance and disability in Italy and Europe.
Meeting in English with an interpreter in Italian
Duration 1h 30′
Sale del Ridotto – Municipal Theatre Romolo Valli
Piazza Martiri of 7 July – Reggio Emilia
Wednesday 6 and Thursday 7 November 2019 h 20.30
Choreography by Rachid Ouramdane. Performers Annie Hanauer and Lora Juodkaite
The CCN2 – Centre chorégraphique National de Grenoble presents Tordre, the meeting between a “abled” dancer and one with an arm prosthesis in a duet signed by Rachid Ouramdane. A choreography that captures the beauty of the movement that reveals who we are. A show that is now emblematic, for its intrinsic strength and for its meaning. Within and in collaboration with Fondazione I Teatri – Festival Aperto.
Viale Antonio Allegri, 8 – Reggio Emilia
Tickets 15 euro – 0522.458811 – email@example.com
TUESDAY 12 NOVEMBER h 19.30
Screening of short films
In collaboration with Reggio Film Festival, screening of selected short films that tell the endless facets of the relationship between art and the world of disability. A wonderful opportunity to discover how the exploration of diversity and the other helps us rethink the concept of virtuosity.
Duration 1h 30′
via Emilia San Pietro, 4 – Reggio Emilia
Saturday 30 November 2019 h 18.00/18.45/19.30
Choreography by Diego Tortelli. Performers Clément Haenen and Emanuele Lambertini
A dancer of Aterballetto Clément Haenen. A paralympic fencer, the young Emanuele Lambertini. Their meeting gave rise to a first study by Diego Tortelli, resident choreographer of the Fondazione Nazionale della Danza/Aterballetto, dedicated to the exploration of scenic rituals and virtuosities outside the traditional canons.
The short performance, supported by Gruppo Credem, Reggio Emilia Città senza Barriere and Consorzio Oscar Romero, was performed for the first time on 13 and 14 April 2019 at the Chiostri di San Pietro in collaboration with Fondazione Palazzo Magnani / Fotografia Europea.
via della Costituzione, 39 – Reggio Emilia
Tickets 3 euro – 0522.273011