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Rewriting / The Solo Piece

Burrows&Fargion (Brighton/London)  

11 – 12 Aug 2020 | Potsdamer Tanztage 2020Dance / performance

After thirty years of duet work Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion spent one year apart to create their first solos, Rewriting and The Solo Piece. Each solo reviews past work and future possibilities without sentimentality, sharing their trademark wit and intelligence to reconsider what a choreography might be. These are two works about working, shared in parallel by two long-time and experienced collaborators. 

Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion have been working together since 1989, and their ongoing body of work continues to tour widely. The work is hard to place, combining intellectual rigour with unexpected humour, but it has its roots in a shared love of classical music, which they clash against an approach to performance that is at once open to audience but also joyful and anarchic.  

Performances in english.

Price info

Standard: 10 € / Support: 20 €
The prices consist of a standard and support tariff. The support tariff is an additional contribution to support the festival and the artists.

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Credits

Creation and performance: Jonathan Burrows, Matteo Fargion
Management: Jane Greenfield
Co-prodution: PACT Zollverein Essen, Sadler's Wells Theatre London and BIT Teatergarasjen Bergen
Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion are managed by Jane Greenfield and co-produced by PACT Zollverein Essen and Sadler's Wells Theatre London.
Thanks to T-Werk
Duration: approx. 75 minutes no interval