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Other choreographers, notably Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker with her 2017 Paris production of Mozart's Cost fan tutte, have tried their hand at opera (see our review in OC Vol.
A versatile performer even by Parisian standards, she is equally at home in Nutcracker as she is in the works of Pina Bausch and Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker.
1 ANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER, RAIN (OPERA GARNIER, PARIS, OCTOBER 21-NOVEMBER 7,2014) While passing through Paris in October, I had the opportunity to witness this masterpiece, the choreography for which is set to Steve Reich's Music for 18 Musicians.
Guests were able to discover the collection in dance performances by noted choreographer Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker and through specially-commissioned art installations held across many floors of 5 Beekman Street, a historical building in the city's financial district.
Pictured is a still from choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's seminal dance piece, Fase (1982).
Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker is considering suing American pop diva Beyonce Knowles for copyright infringement.
The routines in the video for US superstar's new single Countdown, allegedly shows a number of similarities to ballet Rosas Danst Rosa by choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker.
Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker has accused the singer of plagiarism, after being 'struck' by the similarities between the music video and Anne's Rosas danst Rosas.
Choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker has accused Beyonce of stealing routines for her "Countdown," calling it "pure plagiarism," Belgian dance troupe Rosas said Monday.
Washington, Oct 12(ANI): Beyonce has admitted that the dance moves in her latest single 'Countdown' have been inspired by Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's 1983 piece 'Rosas danst Rosas'.
Any scholar with an interest in the Low Countries soon discovers that the Dutch language has been the key to the region's culture from the Middle Ages to the present day: the key to artists like Rubens and Rembrandt, to political trends like the Flemish Movement and pillarization, to architects like Berlage, and to choreographers like Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker.
Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker is no newcomer to opera: she and her company, Rosas, were in residence at La Monnaie in Brussels from 1992 until 2007, where she made her debut as an opera director with Bartok's Bluebeard's Castle in 1998; and she directed and choreographed Hanjo, a chamber opera by Japanese composer Toshio Hosokawa, at Aix-en-Provence in 2004.