What (still) moves us
- Choreographic meetings
After almost one year of waiting, the doors of CNDB reopen to the public through the series of meetings What (still) moves us, between the artist Mădălina Dan and her guests. An opportunity for meeting and dialogue between members of the dance community, the series are also 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 fore different ways of approaching choreography and the performing arts, without being limited to these means of expression.
For the first two meetings in the series, Mădălina Dan has as guests the choreographic artists Florin Fieroiu (February 20) and Ioana Marchidan (February 21). In the discussions moderated by Mădălina Dan, the artists will share their ideas and workings tools as they make the work processes and methodologies transparent, they will make known the sources of inspiration and dance together.
The meetings are also an opportunity for the public to discover new or old works of the guests, the project being supported by materials from the CNDB Archive.
The setting is public, but not formal, with an emphasis on the idea of a laboratory meeting.
Tickets are available both for those who want to view the event online and for those of you who want to be present in the hall. Given the regulations on the operation of performance institutions in pandemic conditions, the number of seats in the hall is limited to 30 spectators. Wearing a mask is mandatory during the entire visit at CNDB.
Concept: Mădălina Dan
Guest: Florin Fieroiu
Florin Fieroiu graduated from the Floria Capsali Choreography High School and the Academy of Theater and Film, choreography department in Bucharest. He won the “Le prix individuel d’interpretation” in the 5th edition of the Rencontres Chorégraphiques Internationales de SEINE-SAINT-DENIS and the UNITER Prize for choreography. He is the initiator of many artistic education projects in Romania (Performing the body, The body and choreography, The shaker, Real vs Realism, numerous dance workshops open to dancers, actors and professionals).
He has worked with Dominique Bagouet, Christian Trouillas, Miriam Răducanu, Eduard Gabia, Steve Paxton, Vlaicu Golcea, Alexandru Dabija, Radu Nica, Gianina Cărbunariu, Radu Afrim, David Doiashvili. He was a visiting professor at Montana University, where he taught various movement techniques for actors and dancers and created choreographic pieces in the dance and theater departments.
His latest show is called Urban Gif Show and premiered in November 2019, at Teatrelli – Bucharest.
What (still) moves us
Choreographic meetings: Mădălina Dan and Florin Fieroiu