On 26th and 27th April 2019, Elisabeth will perform the newly created FELT at the Kulturwoche Koinzi-Dance in Hamburg at the Festival ‘Valises et Passages’. This will be the piece’s first tour date.

More information on: https://www.koinzi.de

Leading up to the premiere of FELT, journalist Marie-Laure Rolland visited Elisabeth in the studio. The article in repsonse to this visited is published in the magazine ‘La Glaneuse’:

https://laglaneuse.lu/les-creatures-indociles-delisabeth-schilling/?fbclid=IwAR32El9UrjiqjKzR1O87ayKrruvT6lqLUcSGW4jJHnf_hvCpg-zhw0_H_V8#more-3282

 

Image: Martine Pinnel

Leading up to the premiere of FELT, the Luxembourger Wort published an article on the work:

 

 

On 18th April, a report on FELT by journalist Sarah Rock was published on Luxembourgish television RTL:

https://www.rtl.lu/kultur/news/a/1335686.html

 

Image: Martine Pinnel

‚She has developed a unique art that is open to other disciplines, which she willingly shares with a neophyte audience in unusual places.‘

“If we also count the choreographic commissions created for the prestigious Tate Moderne (London), it is not surprising to see the rapid evolution of this young choreographer who sees dance as an artistic whole.’

Grégory Cimatti le Quotidien.

Leading up to the premiere of FELT, the Luxembourger Land published an article on the work:

 

Last week, Elisabeth was a guest at Luxembourgish radio station ‘ARA’, where she gave an interview on her new work ‘FELT’ to premiere in the upcoming week:

After its premiere at Cercle Cité Luxembourg, FELT will embark on an international tour:
Premiere: 18th April Cercle Cité Luxembourg
 
26th / 27th April: Festival Valises et Passages, Fabrik der Künste, Hamburg:
 
07 – 9th May: CASA Tony M. – Museum Tony Munzlinger / Synagoge Wittlich
 
11th May: Variation, Museum für angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt
 
18th May: Frankfurter Hof Mainz
 
12th June: The Barn Banchory
 
13th June: Scottish Dance Theatre Dundee
 
21st June: CatStrand Dumfries
 
26th June: Symposium & performance Huntarian Museum Glasgow
 
27th – 29th June: Huntarian Museum Glasgow
 
Dovecot Edinburgh (date tbc)
 
6th July: The Byre Theatre St Andrews
 
Shetland Islands (date tbc)
 
3rd August: Wu ArtSpace Sjönevad Gothenburg
More dates in Scotland for the summer and autumn to be announced soon.
 
Supported by Goethe-Institut and Creative Scotland