What (still) moves us – Andrea Gavriliu

  • Choreographic meetings

90 min.

Ce ne mai misca - Andrea Gavriliu

18.5.2021

Tuesday

20:00

at CNDB „Stere Popescu” hall

Info

The next guest of Mădălina Dan in the series of meetings “What (still) moves us”, Andrea Gavriliu is one of the most successful choreographers in Romania. In 2014 she received the special prize of the UNITER senate for theater-dance and in 2017 the UNACOR award of excellence for directing and choreography. In 2019 she was awarded the special prize of the UNITER senate for stage movement.

She collaborated with directors such as Mihai Măniuțiu, Radu Afrim, Andrei Șerban, Vlad Massaci, Alexander Hausvater, Kazuyoshi Kushida and others. In addition to her choreographic and performer activity, she is a choreographer at the “Lucian Blaga” National Theater and a doctoral student and associate professor at the Faculty of Theater and Film at the “Babeș-Bólyai” University of Cluj Napoca.

An opportunity for meeting and dialogue between members of the dance community, it is both an opportunity for the public to get to know the artists better and to discover more about the field of contemporary dance. The meetings focus on dance, movement, performativity and bring to the forefront different ways of approaching choreography and the performing arts, without being limited to these means of expression.

In the discussions moderated by Mădălina Dan, her guests will share the ideas and tools they work with, making the work processes and methodologies transparent and the sources of inspiration known, and then they will dance together.

The meetings are also an opportunity for the public to discover new or old works of the guests, as the project is supported by materials from the CNDB Archive.

The setting is public, but not formal, with an emphasis on the idea of ​​a laboratory meeting.

To view the event on our Facebook page, click here.

The legal stipulations for audience safety, regarding the maximum number of participants allowed at a CNDB event, together with all protection measures and regulations imposed against the spread of CO-VID19 will be respected throughout the event.

Concept: Mădălina Dan
Guest: Andrea Gavriliu

Andrea Gavriliu signs physical theater performances such as „Hotel PM” (Teatrul German de Stat Timișoara, 2015), „Sărbătoarea primăverii” de Igor Stravinski („M Studio” Sfântu Gheorghe 2016), „Ludibrium” (Teatrul Tineretului Piatra Neamț , 2017), „OST (Organic Sound Twist)” (Teatrul Național „Lucian Blaga” Cluj Napoca, 2017), „Rețeta perfecțiunii în foarte mulți pași care nu duc nicăieri” (Teatrul de Nord Satu Mare, 2018), „Zadarnic de frumos” (Teatrul „Tomcsa Sándor”, Odorheiu Secuiesc, 2019), „Cataclisma” (Unteatru, București, 2019), „M de la Murphy” (Teatrul Național București, Programul „9G la TNB”, 2020), „Outfitul șearpelui” și „Viva la vulva!” (Teatrul Național „Marin Sorescu” Craiova, 2020, 2021) and others. She participated in workshops such as “Trinity Laban Summer Dance School” in London, “Eastman Summer Intensive” in Antwerp, Paris Summer Academy and B12 – Intention and Potential with Hannes Langolf in Berlin, which gave her valuable tools both for her creative and academic activity. More information on the official website here.

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