Interview with chef Arnaud Tabary

The German Tanz magazine published an extended interview with Arnaud Tabary, chef of the macrobiotic kitchen.
You can read the interview (in English and German) here.


PARTS @ WORK #5: theatre - Saturday 10/2 from 13h onwards

The students of the Training cycle have worked on a theatre workshops for 5 weeks, and present the result of the research.
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A new Academic year

This week, the new schoolyear 2017-18 started.
The training Cycle is in its 2nd year, starting with no less than 45 students! Their program is well stuffed and kicks off with an ambitious project: for four weeks, students work on the repertoire of Trisha Brown with Kathleen Fischer and Samuel Wentz, which will culminate in a presentation  of some of her Early works at the Fous de Danse festival in Paris on October 1st. Next tot his, in the first trimester they will have workshops in improvisation, composition, tai chi and music analysis, theory seminars and daily classes of contemporary, ballet and yoga or pilates .

On Monday, September 11, the new program of the Research Studios will start. Under the guidance of Bojana Cvejic and Alain Franco and a series of guest artists and lecturers, 12 participants will research the tangents between experimental poetry, music and choreography. Guests during the first semester will include composers François Nicolas and Stefan Prins, choreographers Jonathan Burrows, Mette Edvardsen and Daniel Linehan, and thinkers Tristan Garcia and Kriestien Van den Brande.

Students Training cycle 2017-18: Maureen Bator (FR), Cassandre Cantillion (BE), Calvin Carrier (GB), Timothé Chams Yadollahi (FR), Wai Lok Chan (PT), Robson De Sousa Ledesma (BR), Aminata Diallo (FR), Gustavo Dos Santos Vieira (BR), Synne Elve Enoksen (NO), Papa Ibrahima Faye (SN), José Fernandez Ruiz (ES), Némo Flouret (FR), Rafaël Galdino Dos Santos (BR), Jonas Gineika (LT), Rita Gouveia Alves (PT), Tessa Hall (NZ), Hanako Hayakawa (JP), Thomas Higginson (GB), Mei-Ning Huang (TW), Cheyenne Illegems (BE), Keren Kraizer (DE), Georges Labbat (FR), Hyeonseok Lee (KR), Eimi Leggett (AU), Ivan Lucadamo (ES), Margarida Marques Ramalhete (PT), Lydia McGlinchey (AU), Audrey Mérilus (FR), Mariana De Oliveira Silva (BR), Vasco Mirine (MZ), Fouad Nafili (MR), Azusa Namba (JP),Timothy Nouzak (AT), Stanley Ollivier (FR), Alban Ovanessian (FR), Jean-Baptiste Portier (FR), Carolina Pinho Ferreira (PT), Luis Miguel Ramires Munoz (CO), Myriam Rosser Gomez (ES), Julia Rubies Subiros (ES), Cintia Sebök (HU), Joshua Serafin (PH), Judith Van Oeckel (BE), Mooni Van Tichel (Be), Mamadou Wague (FR)

Students Research Studios 2017-2018: Mario Barrantes Espinosa (CR), Ingrid Myhre Berger (NO), Thomas Bîrzan (FR), Mirte Bogaert (BE), Chloé Chignell (AU), Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld (ES), Anna Gaïotti (FR), Claire Huber (FR), Eeva Juutinen (FI), Karl Lydahl (SE), Lili Rampre (SI), Jan Rohwedder (DE)


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Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

PARTS was founded in 1994 by choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and Bernard Foccroulle, director of the national opera De Munt/ La Monnaie.
Under its new director Peter De Caluwe, De Munt/ La Monnaie has continued its structural partnership with PARTS. See for more information on its activities.

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker has been the director of PARTS since 1994. Her artistic vision and work, developed since 1982, are a permanent
source of inspiration for the pedagogical program of PARTS. For more background on the program, go to the presentation of the school. For more information on Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's choreographic work and the Rosas company, go to





PARTS was founded by Rosas and De Munt/La Monnaie. The school is funded by the Ministry of Education of the Flemish Community and receives additional support from the network [DNA] Departures and Arrivals. [DNA] is funded by the European Commission (Creative Europe Program). 



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