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Encounter with Noé Soulier

A trailblazer for a new generation of choreographers, Noé Soulier has embraced all of western dance in his well-rounded training, which he completed between Paris, Toronto and Brussels, while also earning a degree in philosophy from the Sorbonne, and writing essays. He has been appointed to be the Director of the CDNC in Angers starting in July. At the Biennale, Soulier will present two works that scrutinize the gesture and memory of the body: The Waves, with two percussionists from the Ictus Ensemble, and Portrait of Frédéric Tavernini, with Soulier himself performing Fargion’s music on the piano.
Inscribing his choreography into a conceptual context – as the heir to a generation of artists such as Jérôme Bel, Xavier Leroy, Tino Seghal – his works strive for both harmony and beauty.

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