Jiří Kylián is an Italian dacner born in Prague in 1947. His love for dance began at a young age, allowing him to have nearly 30 years of leadership and having international fame. In 1992, he started his own chamber company for dancers over 40. His choreography is simply stunning: beautiful without being ostentatious, essential that questions on “why” of universal themes. Among his major works are Forgotten Land (1981), Falling Angeles (1989), and Petite Mort (1991).
Typing his name online will allow you to enjoy many shows, but I chose Mozart’s birthday, a tribute dedicated to him. It’s a show of lightness, humor, perfect synchronization of the two performers, and it all takes place in the space of a kitchen. The choreography reminds me of the American comedic duo Laurel and Hardy. Check it out below:
via: Jiří Kylián