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05 Jul '24

Julidans at the park

Marco da Silva Ferreira (PT) / Ginevra Panzetti & Enrico Ticconi (DE/IT)
Julidans at the park
05 Jul '24
Marco da Silva Ferreira (PT) / Ginevra Panzetti & Enrico Ticconi (DE/IT)

Let's go outside! This summer, Julidans, the international festival for contemporary dance, will also appear in the Vondelpark for two inspiring evenings full of open-air dance. Combine your summer evening walk through the park with a dance performance with international allure.

On Friday, July 5, you will see a double bill in the Open Air Theater with Fantasie Minor by Marco da Silva Ferreira and A e R e A by Ginevra Panzetti and Enrico Ticconi.

Festival Julidans
Programme section Julidans Open-Air

Location Vondelpark Openluchttheater
Run time tba
Genre Dance
Language Language no problem

Fantasie Minor - Marco da Silva Ferreira

Choreographer Marco da Silva Ferreira, who hails from the club scene, is a master at mixing genres. In the outdoor location performance Fantasy Minor he juxtaposes the romantic sounds of Schubert's four-handed piano piece with the four feet of two hip-hop dancers, trained in battles and freestyle. A story is unfolding that goes way beyond the culture clash.


In the playful duet of two young urban dancers, choreographed by Marco da Silva Ferreira, the inherent lightness and joy of dance lies hidden. In Fantasie Minor, inspired by the score of Schubert's Fantaisie in F minor D.940, Chloé Robidoux and Anka Postic, close childhood friends, take you on a journey of discovery through the various facets and gestural codes of house and classical dance. The limited space of the outdoor venue forces them to interact closely, further challenging their creativity and abilities.

With infectious fun, they play with gender codes and choreographic clichés. Dressed in caps, white T-shirts, shorts and thick black boots, they move synchronously across the stage, almost like in a boxing ring. But as the choreography progresses, it goes beyond just 'conquering'; a profound emotional openness emerges.
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Da Silva Ferreira unhesitatingly combines house and hip-hop, dance hall and classical, to give dance an urgent vitality. With Fantasie Minor, he creates a rite of passage between extremes, which is stressed by Schubert's piece, the last he composed before his death at the age of 31. Remixed with urban and techno, the music runs through various moods, constantly encouraging the dancers to balance between extremes.

A e R e A

The Vondelpark Open Air Theatre is the ideal venue for the duet A e R e A by Ginevra Panzetti and Enrico Ticconi. In it, the makers explore the connotations around one object that captures everyone's imagination: the flag. What is left when you strip that piece of cloth of all meaning?


As a military symbol, highlight of a festive event, banner of social struggle. As a warning of danger, and even a symbol of separation and death when used as a shroud. The flag automatically comes with all sorts of stories, creates myths and demonstrates power.

Traditionally, the flag aims to convey notions of loyalty and separation and to mark differences between a fictional 'us' and a group of 'them'. But the flags that Panzetti and Ticconi wave in their dance piece are monochrome silver and free of coats of arms-like symbolism. This reduces the flag to its pure plastic essence: a blank canvas on which anything can arise, start or disappear.
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The title of the piece combines two terms that are graphically superimposed to merge into one word: ARA – AEREA. Ara indicates the place dedicated to sacrifice in ancient times, while the Greek word for air, aerea, indicates the physical quality of the flag: it reaches its greatest expression of power when hoisted and flying in the air.

In their multidisciplinary productions, which balance at the intersection of dance, performance and visual art, Panzetti and Ticconi explore the complex relationship between communication, power and violence. They create layered images that explore both the past and the present for all that is yet to come.

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