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TORDRE (WROUGHT): A Haunting Rendezvous between two womenin a Duet

February 3, 2017

TORDRE (WROUGHT): A Haunting Rendezvous between two womenin a Duet
by French choreographer Rachid Ouramdane

The third day of Attakkalari India Biennial 2017 (AIB) features TORDRE (WROUGHT) by French choreographer Rachid Ouramdane. The piece is a captivating duet by his long time collaborators Anna Hanauer and Laura Juodkaite. The choreographer shares his opinion that the choreography “comprises of two portraits that are juxtaposed”. The performance has been described as an intense experience that leaves the audience with a strong impression of the individualities of the two dancers and the moments where they interact.

Centre-Stage is the main attraction of the 10-day dance festival, presenting cutting-edge contemporary dance and digital performances from countries across the world like the Netherlands, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, Korea, Poland, South Africa, Finland, and India.

The choreography is filled with repetitive gesticulations that convey the two women finding themselves within this choreographic journey. The piece promises to stay with you for longer after it ends.

Studio encounters is a novel initiative by Attakkalari to disseminate and facilitate the learning of dance techniques from across the globe through the various visiting companies. Rachid Ouramdane will take masterclasses on 6th Feb from 9:30 to 11:30 am at the Attakkalari studios. Join us in the celebrations.

Tickets: Rs 200 and available at the Attakkalari office, the Ranga Shankara box office, and on

Sunday | 5th February 2017 | 7.30 pm

Ranga Shankara
36/2, 8th Cross,
(Next to J P Nagar Post Office)
2nd Phase, JP Nagar,
Bangalore 560 078.

Directions to the Venue:

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