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Penzum
speaks of moving into action and passing towards the other world, towards the other sex, towards the animal kingdom, towards happiness. Music gestures, masks and drawing reflect the disturbing and poetic universe of the Hungarian writer Attila József. Artists and viewers embark together on an intimate and pictorial journey.

Since his beginnings in 1987, Josef Nadj has signed off on over thirty creations. Here he is working for the second time with Joëlle Léandre, a jazz performer with an international reputation who has notably collaborated John Cage, Anthony Braxton, Fred Frith, Steve Lacy...

Penzum 2017 Creation Piece for 1 dancer and 1 musician Conception and interpretation Josef Nadj, Joëlle Léandre Lighting Sylvain Blocquaux Decoration Julien Reureau Masks Jacqueline Bosson Costumes Aleksandra Pešić Production Centre Chorégraphique National d’Orléans, Atelier 3+1


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GRAND STUDIO

PAVILLON NOIR

WEDNESDAY
13 MARCH 2019

8PM

THURSDAY
14 MARCH 2019

8PM

FRIDAY
15 MARCH 2019

8PM

DURATION 45 MIN


CAT. B : FROM 8 € TO 20 €



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