MATS EK / Schedule / Palais Garnier / MAY-JUNE 2022

Although Mats Ek announced a few years ago that he no longer wished to choreograph, he returned to the stage in 2019 to offer two creations to the dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet: Another Place, a piece in which he probes the couple through an enigmatic pas de deux, and Bolero, a free and poetic creation based on an iconic piece of music and dance history. His version of Carmen, a rereading of the famous literary figure, also entered the Company's repertoire. These three pieces offer a plunge into the choreographic and theatrical universe of Mats Ek, a dance with ample and generous gestures, with a sometimes disturbing beauty, which makes perceptible the inner boiling of souls.
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Although Mats Ek announced a few years ago that he no longer wished to choreograph, he returned to the stage in 2019 to offer two creations to the dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet: Another Place, a piece in which he probes the couple through an enigmatic pas de deux, and Bolero, a free and poetic creation based on an iconic piece of music and dance history. His version of Carmen, a rereading of the famous literary figure, also entered the Company's repertoire. These three pieces offer a plunge into the choreographic and theatrical universe of Mats Ek, a dance with ample and generous gestures, with a sometimes disturbing beauty, which makes perceptible the inner boiling of souls.

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