We are happy to announce that Elisabeth Schilling was invited to participate in The Dying Swans Project as a choreographer. More information about the project:
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Photo credit: Maks Richter

Photo credit: Matthew Sailo

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Elisabeth Schilling is looking for 6 dance artists based in and around Stuttgart to commission them with the dance score Invisible Dances which is inspired by, and respects, current medical guidelines regarding performance. Two performances of this score will take place in the night of March 25th 2021 as part of the exhibition „As I imagine it…“ of Produktionszentrum Tanz und Performance e.V.. Rehearsals take place online.
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All expressions of interest should be sent with a CV and video of them dancing to dance@elisabethschilling.com until latest 21th February 2021 Midnight at latest.
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Applications from all ages, physicalities, styles, backgrounds, abilities, gender identities and ethnities are welcome.
The dance score invites all dance styles.
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This project is paid in lines with German artist’s rates and funded by NPN – Stepping Out finanziert.
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Photo credit: Joshua Sailo, Matthew Sailo
Elisabeth has been invited to create a new work for City Move’s Young DAnce company Fusion. During a series of workshops which take place online she will, together with the dancers, choreograph a set work around the Invisible Dances: Art in and around Lockdown.
A film around the work will be published at the end of February.
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Get a glimpse of the creation in the following clip.
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Elisabeth Schilling is looking for dance artists based in and around Hannover to commission them with the dance score Invisible Dances which is inspired by, and respects, current medical guidelines regarding performance. The performance is supposed to take place in March 2021, depending on the development of the pandemic. Rehearsals take place online.
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All expressions of interest should be sent with a CV and video of them dancing to dance@elisabethschilling.com until latest 14th February 2021 Midnight at latest.
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Applications from all ages, physicalities, styles, backgrounds, abilities, gender identities and ethnities are welcome. The dance score invites all dance styles.
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This project is paid in lines with German artist’s rates and funded by NPN – Stepping Out.

We’re looking for six professional dancers to take part in Elisabeth’s Schilling’s Invisible Dances.

Invisible Dances combines dance and visual art in a poetic and playful way. It will take place in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole over 5 days in March. This short-term contract will see six dancers working in pairs to trace a route from the PDSW building across our borough – one through Bournemouth, one through Christchurch and one through Poole.

You will feature in filmed shorts commissioned and distributed by PDSW and on Elisabeth Schilling’s project website. You can see Elisabeth’s work and find out more about the project here

If you would like to know more please see the information below or email our Programme & Artist Development Producer Jeanette if you require an informal chat before you apply: jeanette@pdsw.org.uk

Application deadline: 5pm Monday 8 February 2021

More info: https://www.pdsw.org.uk/vacancies/dancer-elisabeth-schillings-invisible-dances/

 

Celebrating the re-opening of theatres in Luxembourg, Elisabeth together with pianist Cathy Krier and videographer Bohumil Kostohryz created this short and joyful collaborative film at the Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg!

 

 

 

 

Tonight, 17th January 2021, 7.30pm, Elisabteth will be in Interview with SWR Radio chatting about the Invisible Dances Project around the World.

Today at 19.05h Elisabeth will be in interview at Radio ORF talking about her choreographic work HEAR EYES MOVE. Dances with Ligeti, her process working with this music and the inspirations behind the dance. 

https://oe1.orf.at/programm/20210112/624715/Tanz-die-Semiotik

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Elisabeth had the pleasure to be a guest on SWR Landesschau on 05th January 2020