26 Fri 21.00h & 27 Sat 19.00h
Salão Árabe do Palácio da Bolsa
10.00€ • >6
Concept and Musical Coordenation Nino Laisné
Concept and Set Design François Chaignaud
Voice and interpretation François Chaignaud
Bandonéon Jean-Baptiste Henry
Viola da Gamba François Joubert-Caillet / Robin Pharo / Thomas Baeté Tiorba and Guitarra Barroca: Daniel Zapico / Pablo Zapico
Percussion Pere Olivé
Light Design and Stage Manager Anthony Merlaud
Sound Technician Charles-Alexandre Englebert
Costumes Carmen Anaya, Kevin Auger, Séverine Besson, María Ángel Buesa Pueyo, Caroline Dumoutiers, Pedro García, Carmen Granell, Manuel Guzmán, Isabel López, María Martinez, Tania Morillo Fernández, Helena Petit, Elena Santiago
Set Marie Maresca
Paintings Fanny Gaudreau
Image Remy Moulin, Marie B. Schneider
Technical Support Christophe Charamond, Emanuel Coelho
Administration Barbara Coffy, Jeanne Lefèvre, Clémentine Rougier, Céline Peychet
Tour Manager Sarah De Ganck - Art Happens
Executive Production Vlovajob Pru & Chambre 415
Coproduction Bonlieu Scène nationale Annecy e La Bâtie - Festival de Genève with support of FEDER programme INTERREG France-Switzerland 2014-2020, Chaillot – Théâtre national de la Danse, deSingel — Anvers, Maison de la musique de Nanterre, Arsenal / Cité musicale-Metz.
Aprox. duration 1h10
27 Sat 20.30h
François Chaignaud & Nino Laisné
Dance ⁄ Performance
“Romances inciertos, un autre Orlando” [Uncertain romances, another Orlando] is a three-act concert and recital reminiscent of the so-called opera-ballet.
This performance features (in order of appearance) the Warrior Damsel tracking a young woman, who joins the army pretending to be a man, against a medieval background; García Lorca’s Saint Michael, a voluptuous archangel and the subject of devotion, as dressed up as mournful, carried in procession during the Holy Week; and Tarara, a heartbroken Andalusian Gipsy swinging between mysticism and seduction, and concealing a secret androgyny.
For some years now, Nino Laisné has been building a unique universe in which image has a privileged space. Strange images arise and engage in dialogue with other media like film and music, but also with historical and sociological elements, art, folk traditions, fashion, cabaret and opera.
François Chaignaud was born in Rennes and started his dance studies at the age of 6. He graduated in 2003 from the National Superior Conservatory of Paris for Music and Dance (France), and he soon collaborated with several choreographers such as Boris Charmatz, Emmanuelle Huynh, Alain Buffard and Gilles Jobin. Chaignaud’s works combine dance and music, they are presented in different locations and they take inspiration from numerous sources. The scope of his research ranges from the forerunners of modern choreography from the beginning of 20th century (François Malkovsky, Isadora Duncan) to the most recent practices, from the technique and symbolism of classical ballet to urban dances.