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A Drop of Blood in Your Mother’s Coffee by SNDO and HZT

Nine and ten September twenty-fifteen, seven PM 

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Creators

SNDO and HZT

Choreography

Asaf Aharonson, Cecile Bally, Diethild Meier, Emma Tricard, Julia Kreutzer, Katarzyna Wolinska, Liselotte Singer, Marc Philipp Gabriel, Nir Vidan, Renen Itzhaki, Stine Frandsen, and Tabea Magyar

Fresh from Berlin: a crystal new generation of choreographers showing their works while hosted by their Amsterdam peers. In a yearly exchange with SNDO (School for New Dance Development Amsterdam), graduate students of HZT (Hochschulübergreifendes Zentrum Tanz) Berlin will show projects and ideas they have been working on in the context of their studies. Having spent three years together, they have been shaping each other and their artistic work through what the American philosopher Donna Haraway has named a process of “constant becoming with” — and they have become pretty good in it. Now, the future lies bright ahead with all its promises and doubts.


They would like to share this moment with you; curious to hear what you think; eager to discuss questions raised.


All theories are at a point of convergence (Marc).

We are having difficulties in our body (Emma).

We halt and look at dead fish (Didi).

There’s a man who belongs to the future (Nir).

A house in Poland (Kasia).

We are nude, just because (Cécile).

A drop of blood fell into your mother’s coffee (Julek).

We actually have to decide the way beforehand (Stine).

It’s either the 80’s, or the Renaissance (Liselotte).

Some slept as a cure, some escaped (Tabea).

Someone is pouring liquid flowers into the lake (Asaf).

I am disappointed you didn’t think I was Gene Kelly (Renen).


As house for performance our doors are open for different generations of performance and dance makers to show their work and for the audience to meet them. The encounter between local upcoming talents and their colleagues from the international field is one of the essential exchanges that contributes to a fruitful working environment. Veem House for Performance is therefore happy to welcome the exchange between the choreographers of SNDO and HZT Berlin.


The Keynote lecture by Joe Kelleher on Friday eleven September is also part of this program. Combination tickets available!

Registration for limited audience performances in the studio is open upon arrival at the theatre. The studio sessions have two time slots per evening and can eventually be seen by all spectators.


September Nine, seven PM to eleven PM


Block 1 (all audience)

Schrittstück #1 by Diethild Meier & Jasminka Stenz

What about (    ) you always (    ) in your (    ) ? by Emma Tricard


Break or studio (limited audience)

It’s Because I’m a Libra by Maria Francesca Scaroni & Liselotte Singer 

Version 3: The Vampire Sits in the Wall by Julek Kreutzer


Block 2 (all audience)

Solid Comes From Solitude by Tabea Xenia Magyar

Flash Time by Stine Frandsen & Alexander Holm

BOICES - The tone is the thing. by Burkhard Körner & Marc Philipp Gabriel


Studio (limited audience)

It’s Because I’m a Libra by Maria Francesca Scaroni & Liselotte Singer 

Version 3: The Vampire Sits in the Wall by Julek Kreutzer


September Ten, seven PM to eleven PM


Block 1 (all audience)

Portrait by Ryan August (work in progress)

ON TRANSITIVITY AND SUCCESS: A SHOE by Cécile Bally


Break or studio (limited audience)

Hi Mary trippin’ by Kasia Wolinska


Block 2 (all audience)

The War Department Presents: Untitled (war in progress by Nir Vidan)

Ghosts by Asaf Aharonson & Ruairí Donovan


Studio (limited audience)

Hi Mary trippin’ by Kasia Wolinska