Elisabeth Schilling

06 Sep 2020

Invisible Dances: Art after Lockdown

26 Performances / 85 Creatives / 14 Countries around the Globe Discover. Experience and Dance Along. Invisible Dances 2020. Coming Soon…

29 Aug 2020

Call for dance artists from rural areas in Germany

Elisabeth Schilling is looking for 10 dance artists – based in rural areas or German cities with populations of less than 20.000 people – to commission them with a dance score which is inspired by, and respects, current medical guidelines regarding performance. Applicants should be well-organised as the project requires creating and co-ordinating a small team, as well as managing a small budget. All expressions of interest should be sent with a CV and video of them dancing to dance@elis.sehrgerne.de until latest […]

25 Aug 2020

Residency in Paris

Elisabeth and Company are currently in residence at the Maison du Portugal in Paris, where they will create the solos and duos of the piece HEAR EYES MOVE. Dances with Ligeti.   Photographer: Bohumil Kosthoryz    

10 Aug 2020

‘When dancers draw pictures in the room’ – press review on ‘Kopfhören’ at Moselmusikfestival

Press review by Eva-Maria Reuther on ‘Kopfhören’ at the Moselle Music Festival 2020: ‘What was presented in the small excerpt created an enormous appetite for more.’ Eva-Maria Reuther Text freely translated by E.Schilling from German. When dancers draw pictures in the room  Here dance and architecture are combined: scenes from Hear, eyes, move in Trier’s Maximinkirche. Photo: Bohumil Kostohryz On Friday, the listeners were given an impressive taste of the Moselle Music Festival in St. Maximin in Trier.  Within the […]

09 Aug 2020

Portrait on Elisabeth

Whoever speaks with Elisabeth Schilling immediately shares her passion for her profession, which is much more of a vocation. When she says: “Dance is my life”, this does not have the slightest hint of self-empowering pathos. It is rather a clear statement, the very natural location of her existence, where she has always seen herself. Eva-Maria Reuther Last week a portrait of Elisabeth by the journalist Eva-Maria Reuther was published in the Tierischer Volksfreund: HERE the full article. Photo: Stefio […]

27 Jul 2020

Performance Moselmusikfestival 2020

On August 7, 2020, Elisabeth Schilling & Company will present excerpts of the choreographic interpretation of György Ligeti’s Etudes at the Mosel Musikfestival created as part of their residency in St Maximin Trier this summer. This short performance will be accompanied by an interview on the process with director Tobias Scharfenberger as well as texts and images on the rehearsal process. More information and tickets: https://www.bleibt-angesagt-nur-anders.de Image: Bohumil Kosthoryz

15 Jul 2020

Residenz at Moselmusikfestival

Elisabeth & Company are in residence at the Moselmusikfestival in St. Maximin, Trier this summer. Within this residency Elisabeth will work on the new piece HEAR EYES MOVE. Dances with Ligeti.

07 Jul 2020

HEAR EYES MOVE. Dances with Ligeti

We are excited to announce the creation of a new work HEAR EYES MOVE Dances with Ligeti to premiere on 16th / 17th December 2020 Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg. Elisabeth Schilling will, together with five dancers and pianist Cathy Krier, present an unprecedented choreographic interpretation of the virtuoso Etudes pour Piano by renowned composer György Ligeti.This creation is co-produced by Grand Théâtre de la Ville de Luxembourg, Kunstfest Weimar and Moselmusikfestival and furthermore supported by Philharmonie Luxembourg, TROIS C-L Luxembourg amongst others.

05 Jul 2020

The Handwash Dance

The Hand Wash Dance humorously engages an everyday skill that suddenly took centre stage during the Covid-19 pandemic. Drawing on a number of medical and instructional videos, the choreography seeks to bring a little more fun to an individual exercise in hygiene that still helps save lives. The Hand Wash Dance is part of a a competition launched by the TROIS C-L Luxembourg. Check the whole video  and vote for us HERE!

05 Jun 2020

Invisible Dances: Art after Lockdown

Elisabeth will be speaking at MOVING OUT Symposium as part of Surge Festival Scotland, Saturday 4th July to introduce her newest idea: INVISIBLE DANCES: Art after Lockdown – a new work touring from summer onwards. This freshly developed, unusual format of presenting and touring dance responds directly to and respects all current restrictions and medicinal measurements, is highly cost efficient, creative and brings art and dance back to the heart of our and your local communities. Get in touch for more […]

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