On July 19th Elisabeth will be in conversation with dance critic Marie-Laure Rolland and her collegue Jill Crovisier as part of the series ‘Les Samedis aux Capucins’ to speak about the most recent creation HEAR EYES MOVE. Dances with Ligeti which is to premiere at Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg on July 1st / 2nd.

This event is free. Places need to be reserved:



Elisabeth Schilling supports the choreographer Sylvia Camarda as an assistant in the European project “Mit Beethoven durch Europa: 9 Symphonien, 9 Städte“.

From Luxembourg, the 4th Symphony in B flat major will be broadcast by the Orchestra Philharmonique du Luxembourg from the Grand Auditorium, conducted by Gustavo Gimeno. In the square in front of the building there will be the dance performance created by Sylvia Camarda and worked out together with young refugees.

The performance was broadcast live on ARTE on 6 June and can be accessed in the media library until 1st January 2022.

We are delighed to invite you to the public world premiere of


Dances with Ligeti

On 1st and 2nd of July 2021

(reschedulded dates from December 2020 due corona pandemic)

at Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg


with subsequent performances

at Kunstfest Weimar

3 shows in the first week of September 2021

(specific dates tbc)


at Moselmusik Festival

on 2nd and 3rd October 2021


We are looking forward to welcoming you as our audience.


Elisabeth will be dancing in Jean-Guillaume Weis’s new work 3×20 which is to premiere on April 30th, May 2nd and will also be shown on May 12th at CAPE, Ettelbrück.

More info: https://theatre.esch.lu/de/event/3×20/ and on our website.



Elisabeth was interviewed by Paul Lohberger on the Invisible Dances Project for Corso / Deutschlandfunk.

The interview can be found HERE.


Elisabeth was interviewed by Trierischer Volksfreund about her most recent work Orolis Oram / The Dying Swans Project for Gauthier Dance Stuttgart.



Together with Pavilion Dance South West, Invisible Dances took place in a major project from 06-10 April 2021 in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.

The multi-day project received great press feedback:

“Invisible Dances has become a global phenomenon”Bakchormeeboy

“Across the world, Invisible Dances has been quietly creating a storm.” – Caroline King (Contrary Life)

For more information on the project, visit Pavilion Dance South West and see our world map.



We are happy to announce that Elisabeth is participating in the exhibition “As I imagine it…. Sketches on Dance” of the Karlskaseren Ludwigsburg and the KULTUR KIOSK Stuttgart and that her sketch was chosen as the cover of the exhibition.

Duration KULTUR KIOSK: 27.03. – 30.04.2021
Soft-Opening KULTUR KIOSK: 26.03.2021 16 – 2 o’clock with distance and mask.
KULTUR KIOSK, Lazarettstraße 5, 70182 Stuttgart, Germany.

Duration Kunstzentrum Karlskaserne: 26.03. – 18.04.2021
Soft-Opening Kunstzentrum Karlskaserne: 25.03.2021 16 – 21 clock with distance and mask.
Finissage: 15.04.2021 at 7 pm Welcome: Jochen Raithel, Director of the Labyrinth Art School.
Art Center Karlskaserne, Hindenburgstraße 29, 71638 Ludwigsburg, Germany.

Further information about the exhibition can be found here.

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:
Photo credit: Maks Richter