Rarity (creation 2023)

Rarity (creation 2023)

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Sat. 01 April 2023 — 20h

Opéra national de Lorraine

Wed. 05 April 2023 — 20h

Opéra national de Lorraine

Thu. 06 April 2023 — 20h

Opéra national de Lorraine

Fri. 07 April 2023 — 20h

Opéra national de Lorraine

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Creation for 26 dancers of the CCN - Ballet de Lorraine

April 1st, 2023 at the Opéra national de Lorraine

Choregraphy
Adam Linder
Music creation
Billy Bultheel
Lights
Shahryar Nashat
Cosyumes
Adam Linder
Choregraphy
Adam Linder
Music creation
Billy Bultheel
Lights
Shahryar Nashat
Cosyumes
Adam Linder

Sat. 01 April 2023 — 20h

Wed. 05 April 2023 — 20h

Thu. 06 April 2023 — 20h

Fri. 07 April 2023 — 20h

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Adam Linder

Adam Linder is a Sydney-born dance-maker and performer.  At age sixteen he left Australia to pursue his craft abroad.

His practice consists of works made for the theatre and Choreographic Services, which can be hired per hour and are not bound to a singular context.

Works by Linder have premiered at Hebbel am Ufer Berlin (Parade 2013), Kampnagel Hamburg (Cult to the Built on What 2013), Kunsthaus Dresden (Several Costume Changes 2012), Silberkuppe Berlin (Ma Ma Ma Materials 2012), Tanz im August Berlin (A Hip Reconnaissance, 2012) and The Watermill Centre NY (Dining at The Wilsons’ 2011 – with Shahryar Nashat). The film adaptation of Parade, directed by Shahryar Nashat, premiered at the 8th Berlin Biennale. Further presentations of these works have included Kunsthaus Bregenz (2014), American Realness NYC (2014), Rencontres Chorégraphiques (2014), KM – Künstlerhaus Graz (2013), Kunstverein Nürnberg (2013), Sophiensaele Berlin (2013), Liste Performance Projects – Basel (2013), Museum für Gegenwartskunst Basel (2013) and Halle für Kunst Lüneburg (2012).

In the past Linder performed with Michael Clark, Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods and The Royal Ballet. He also trained to be a dancer at The Royal Ballet School in London.

Are We That We Are was Adam’s first commission from Rafael Bonachela and Sydney Dance Company.  The work marks the first time that Adam’s prodigious talent has been seen in his home city, both as a choreographer and as a performer in the piece.