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Monthly Archives: May 2016

15 May 2016

Historical Dance in an Antique Setting – Tate Britain

Elisabeth is very excited to be performing in Pablo Bronstein’s commission for the Tate Britain 2016 over the summer.   https://www.facebook.com/CNNStyle/videos/1750716845205570/?pnref=story httpss://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2016/apr/25/pablo-bronstein-tate-britain-dancers-mix-madonna-baroque

15 May 2016

Dance connects and unites

Project for people from the whole world 20th Juni – 01th July 2016 in Juvente Mainz Dance doesn’t need language, doesn’t know boarders neither the idea of nationality. Dance simply needs an openness for harmonic togetherness through movement. I would thus like to invite teenagers that fled to our country from far as well as local teenagers to use the possibility within the project to get in touch with each other. Moreover, I would like to fill the every day […]

10 May 2016

ProDanceLeeds

Elisabeth is excited to be teaching class at ProDanceLeeds from 10th – 14th May 2016. More information on: httpss://www.prodanceleeds.com/

10 May 2016

Creative together – Side by Side

‘Creative together – Side by side’ is an intercultural project with dance, music and singing for people aged 14 – 22 from all over the world! 05 / 05 bis zum 08 / 05 / 2016 in Jugendbildungsstätte Marienburg, 56856 Zell Music and dance are languages that communicate between people beyond borders and nationalities. As part of this project, we would love to use these languages to get in touch with teenagers that fled from far. Together in harmony, with […]

10 May 2016

Ainhoa Achutegui writes about ‘Impressing the Grand Duke’

We are proud that the director of Abbaye Neumünster Luxembourg startet a discussion in Tageblatt Luxembourg on the subjects raised in ‘Impressing the Grand Duke’.

10 May 2016

Ainoha Achutegui schreibt über ‘Impressing the Grand Duke’

Wir sind stolz, dass die Direktorin des Abbaye Neumünster Luxembourg eine Diskussion zu den in ‘Impressing the Grand Duke’ behandelten Themen aufgegriffen hat. Hier hier Artikel im Luxembourger Tageblatt!

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