Performances from across the globe

Performances from across the globe

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Performances from across the globe

Attakkalari India Biennial (AIB), a festival of contemporary dance, will be held from February 6
to 15. 

The international contemporary dance and movement arts festival will be held at three venues across the city — Ranga Shankara, Chowdiah Memorial Hall and Alliance Française de Bangalore.
The theme of this edition is ‘Dance Connect’ and in keeping with this theme the festival will feature a host of performers and delegates from across the globe.

The opening night, to be held at Chowdiah Memorial Hall, will feature a double bill — excerpts of New Zealand artist Daniel Belton’s unique digital performance ‘TRACES’ and the TAO Dance Theater from China ensemble choreographies, 4 and 5. 

While Daniel’s films are at the exciting intersection of dance and film, TAO’s trademark choreography and sparse design are poetic and immersive.

From February 7 to 15, dance enthusiasts can catch the performances of popular groups such as Alexander Whitley Dance Company (United Kingdom), which will present ‘The Measures Taken’, a globally-appreciated work marrying technology with his powerful choreography; Systeme Castafiore’s (France) Les Chants de L’Umaï which will present a solo by Marcia Barcellos; Bereishit Dance Company (Korea) and Aditi Mangaldas’ (India) Timeless.

Tickets are available on www.bookmy­show.com. For details, visit www.attakkalaribiennial.org

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