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With Confetti, Introdans presents a colourful palette of dance: from urban to classical. The company celebrates a golden party for a whole season, because Introdans celebrates 50 years: this performance is a “must see” for everyone from 6 years old. Two classical choreographies by the Netherlands' most famous choreographer Hans van Manen, a dazzling ballet by Karole Armitage and new work by streetwise talent Ruben Chi will leave you on the edge of your seat.

Start time: 16:00
Duration: 100 minutes
Location: Rabozaal  

SUN © Hans Gerritsen
Polish Pieces © Hans Gerritsen

Hip-hop choreographer Ruben Chi has his own dance language. In this new creation, he goes in search of the interfaces between different dance forms. In SUN, Chi plays with light and dark, taking the colours of the sun as his starting point: black and gold. His source of inspiration for the ballet is the musicality and refined simplicity of the works of great master Hans van Manen. With SUN, he breaks out of the framework of hip-hop, without losing the essence of authenticity and self-will.

Former punk ballerina Karole Armitage choreographed Rave after the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York. It is a work that radiates the drive to survive and create. She combines different dance techniques: voguing, capoeira, wushu (Chinese martial art) and ballet technique. The 24 body-painted dancers rage across the stage in a spectacular colour bombardment. Karole Armitage is known for her video clips for Michael Jackson and Madonna, including the hit Vogue. "We need something exuberant, thrilling and life-affirming because we're all struggling so hard." (Karole Armitage) -|-Polish Pieces
Without a doubt, Polish Pieces is one of Hans van Manen's most vibrant and colourful works. To the powerful music of Górecki, the maestro has twelve dancers in brightly coloured tunics storm the stage in ever-changing combinations and in fantastically clear lines. The group parts are tight, energetic and pulsating; in the duets the tension is increased even further.

In the Future
Although he didn't think about it too extremely beforehand, Keso Dekker's costumes – green at the front, red at the back – play an important role in Hans van Manen's In the Future. They emphasise the sublime play of colours and bodies on stimulating jazzy music by David Byrne. Red and green ensembles magically intertwine, green rows ingeniously mix with red, and with one simple jump or turn the overall picture changes again. An absolute crowd favourite for many years!

Rave © Hans Gerritsen
In the future © Hans Gerritsen


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