We are delighted to invite you to our international tour of

HEAR EYES MOVE. Dances with Ligeti

celebrating the 100th anniversary of the innovative composer this year. 


1st April 2023
Osterfestival Innsbruck

26th May 2023
Ludwigsburger Schlossfestspiele

18th June 2023
Harzburger Musiktage

10 – 20th July 2023
Les Hivernales
Festival d’Avignon

7th October 2023
Echter’Classic Festival

Welcome to the Jungle is a participatory project developed by the dancer and choreographer Elisabeth Schilling in collaboration with the sound designer Jan Paul Werge and the costume designer Lynn Scheidweiler.

This project invites anyone interested and aged 14 and over to explore the power of nature through movement and participate in the creation of a choreography. During several meetings, amateur dancers of all levels will discover the jungle, its sounds, smells and textures, in the context of a collaborative artistic creation. The project consists of several dance workshops, rehearsals, and the two days of final performances.

The workshops are held in French, German, Luxembourgish and English.

More information and registration HERE


Florescence in Decay

a new group piece for nine dancers choreographed by Elisabeth Schilling will be premiered and performed on the
23rd – 25th of March 2023 at the Grand Théâtre Luxembourg.
Florescence in Decay explores the sonic and dynamic textures of our worlds and their complex patterns of change. In an environment of mutual immersion, the dancers sense their relations, ceaselessly making and unmaking them, creating temporary communities. Across the seasons, there is florescence as well as decay.
more information and tickets HERE
On the 13th of January at 6 pm. the PRISMA piece will be performed by Elisabeth as part of her residency at Tanzhaus Zürich.
She will be dancing the first book of Etudes for Piano by György Ligeti, celebrating his 100th birthday this year. The work is a culmination of 12 years of research around his music and its various inspirations. Elisabeth works with textures, polyrhythms, clocks and clouds. Movement in time and space – not more, not less.

We are happy to announce that Elisabeth Schilling and Albenq Petrovic were awarded with Portfolio Grant by the Kultur|lx.

The grant will be usedt to publish a detailed analysis of the music ~ dance relationship in our creation HEAR EYES MOVE. Dances with Ligeti. This publication will celebrate the 100th anniversary of composer György Ligeti 2023!

Our associate dance scholar and musicologist Prof. Dr. Stephanie Schroedter will be comissioned with this task since she is one of the very few academics who are specialists in both fields. She joined the process since the earliest rehearsals and we are very excited that she agreed to writing in depth about the piece.

We believe it to be crucial to write about dance to make the multi-layered complexity and ephemeral identity of this art form accessible beyond the experience of witnessing a performance. We are grateful for the chance to create this workbook, which gives the precious opportunity to share all research, drawings, starting points and imagery with you all.

Dear all,
We would like to wish you a most beautiful holiday season. We hope that you can enjoy some rest, harmony andtime for reflection, and that some quietness will spark new ideas for the year to come. 
As we near the end of 2022, we are invited to look back on the artistic events that we realised and celebrated together with you. For the interest and trust offered by you, we would like to express our deepest gratitude
For the new year, we would like to wish you all the very best. May it be filled with memorable moments of love, care and light, creative experiences of wonder and inspiration, joyful adventures full of laughter and luck, but most of all continuous health. 
We remain with warmest wishes, 
Elisabeth Schilling & Team
Throughout the month of November, Elisabeth is on a residency and performance tour throughout Scotland.
From the Outer Hebrides to Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow, she continues creating her solo PRISMA in residencies at Grinneabhat / An Lanntair, Citymoves Dance Agency as well as Dance Base.
With her team, Elisabeth will also perform her choreographic interpretation as a solo of the First Book of the Etudes for Piano by György Ligeti on tour.
After its premiere on October 7th, at Trifolion Echternach, ITA INFINITA will tour with a specific focus on senior homes, childrens homes, rural areas and other alternative institutions:
09 October – SOS Kannerduerf Mersch
09 October – Centre thérapeutique Manternach
10 October – Two School Performances, Trifolion Echternach
10 October – Servior Um Schleeschen Echternach
11 October – School Performance, Trifolion Echternach
11 Oktober – Servior Belle Vue Echternach
12 October – Haus Bergfried, Synagoge Wittlich
13 October – Hospice civile in Echternach
The tailor-made events are highly flexible and adapted to the specific needs of every institution and its inhabitants and include a moderation, a post-show performance talk as well as a short movement workshop, observing the accompanying holograms, and the distribution of the free publication. These events are part of Elisabeth’s Outreach Program called ‘Mat Iech’ and have been designed as part of her residency vision titled ‘Dancing the City’.