KYLIAN / PROGRAMME / Garnier / Décembre 2023

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Kylian Opera program - Opéra Garnier from December 08 to 31, 2023

Filled with strange images on the edge of reality and reverie, Jiří Kylián's work blends dreaminess and wry humor. Set to music by John Cage and Anton Webern, Stepping Stones pays tribute to the memory and heritage of dance. On stage, Egyptian cats are the guardians of tradition. Three new pieces by Jiří Kylián enter the Ballet's repertoire this season. Petite Mort poetically explores the double theme of death: the small one that symbolizes orgasm, and the large one that completes life. Pas de deux and swordplay alternate against a backdrop of Mozart concertos. Sechs Tänze extends the Mozart universe and caricatures it in a series of humorously offbeat dances, while Gods and Dogs explores the boundary between normality and madness: when dogs become gods and vice versa. In a midnight-blue light, the dancers move in front of fine strings that evoke those of a Beethoven quartet.

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