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The second PARTS@WORK of the academic year 2022-23
will take place on Sunday January 29th 2023 at 3pm.

Other dates in 2022-23: to be confirmed.

PARTS@WORK is an informal showing open to the public, and consists of personal work of the students and results of workshops.

More info will follow on this page and on our Facebook and Instagram, so stay tuned!

Passing Through - David Zambrano - 1st year BA Training - ©Tine Declerck
Passing Through - David Zambrano - 1st year BA Training - ©Tine Declerck


Previous PARTS@WORK during academic year 2021-22:


Sunday October 10th 2021: PARTS@WORK#1 >>

Thursday November 4th, Friday November 5th, 2021: PARTS@WORK#2 >>

Sunday January 30th, 2022: PARTS@WORK#3 >>

Saturday March 26th, 2022: PARTS@WORK#4 >>


PARTS@WORK#2 - Sunday January 29th 2023, 3pm


We are very excited to invite you for the public performance PARTS@WORK#2 on Sunday January 29th, 2023.
PARTS@WORK#2 consists of several pieces - all personal work - of the 1st year students from the Bachelor program ‘Training’.

Free entrance – no reservation is needed
There is a limited capacity, we advise you to come in time.
Doors open at 2h30pm - showing starts at 3pm sharp.
End foreseen around 4:15pm
Location:
P.A.R.T.S. - Avenue Van Volxem 164, 1190 Forest

We look forward to your visit!

PROGRAM

Personal work by Nicolas Dang, Adèle Chaput, Patric Da Cunha, Leticia Oliveira Ferreira, Mashiro Tamura, Momiji Kuromaru, Elena Olías García, Irene Rojo and Silke Hamers.
More details about the program here >>


PARTS@WORK#1 Thursday October 27th, 2022

It is with great pleasure that we invite you for the very first public showing of Generation XIV: “Passing through” by David Zambrano on Thursday October 27th at 18h in RPS.

During a three-week intensive workshop, the students of the 1st year Training cycle have worked with David Zambrano on 'Passing Through', an improvisation structure exploring the infinite possibilities of moving within a group in a set timespace.

Building onto the technique of Passing Through, a group of dancers is being driven without any directions of a leader, to create its own dynamics. Multiple bodies interact spontaneously with each other, like if they were being guided by a single consciousness.

Passing Through by David Zambrano, is interpreted by the 41 Training students of P.A.R.T.S., accompanied by Michel Debrulle on percussion.

Free entrance – no reservation is needed

Location: Rosas Performance Space - Avenue Van Volxem 164, 1190 Forest