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Vaishali Trivedi & Sangati

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STILL WATER

Life seems always to be fragile at the moment on this planet, -environmentally, socially, and existentially. Tomorrow is a threat, and that the earth and the people could suffer badly if we neglect the negative effects of pollution, plastic, flooding and trends of social conflicts due to urbanization. It is important to spark up thousand little lights and to introspect, nurture and protect them. A synthesis these two paradoxical realms of the ultra- saturated urban city-space and the introspective nature of spirituality takes clear form in this piece.

ACCRORAP 30th YEAR CELEBRATION

IDIOMAS
(Indo-French Hip hop & kathak duet)

One speak English and Indian, one speaks French and Spanish. One hip hop dance, a kathak dance. The differences are many : sex, religion, origin, geography, culture, traditions ...

 

For years, Vaishali Trivedi and Sebastian Lopez Vela communicate in other parts choreographers through their dance, carried by their body. Today their deep desire is to end up on a plate and to express themselves fully and in their own way through this first communication. The dance becomes speech and language, it breaks the barriers of the deep differences.

 

And if the only language movement was, could we communicate?

The universal language Does it really exist?

 

It's all about the meeting between Vaishali Trivedi and Sebastian Lopez Vela.

 

TEAM IDIOMAS:

Art Direction : Sebastian Lopez Vela

 

Choreographers: Vaishali Trivedi, Sebastian Lopez Vela

 

Lights: Fabrice Barbotin

 

music arrangement : François Esch

                                      Benjamin Wunsch

 

Co-producers :

 

Le Centre Chorégraphique National de La Rochelle

 

Initiatives d’artistes en danses urbaines - Parc de la Villette à Paris / Fondation de France

 

Le Théâtre la Castine, Reichshoffen

 

Le CDC- Pôle Sud - Strasbourg

 

Le Théâtre L’Illiade, à Illkirch-Graffenstaden

 

L’Espace Culturel de Vendenheim

 

Centre Culturel le Préo à Oberhausbergen

 

L’Alliance Française de Ahmedabad en Inde

Travaux Publics Cie MIRA

Solos
Vaishali trivedi

"Kamal Nayan"

"Kaun Gat Bhaiyi"

"Naina Re Naina"

Half circle

“Over 20 years, my dance approach has been sculpted from the grinding and blending of various aesthetics, through encounters with different styles of dance- kathak, hip hop, contemporary, flamenco, etc. The complexity of experimenting with these diverse forms made me realise how strong my kathak roots are. In fact, I could easily connect and decode them and add impetus to the whole creative process. I believe the key in my journey is to build bridges, create links and some sort of dialogue beyond/ through differences. These exchanges have helped strengthen my aesthetics, while pursuing the same question. How, movement is born out of an emotion? This questioning is the founding feature of the ‘Half Circle' enacted by eight exceptional Kathak dancers.

 

Virtuosity in technique is never an end in itself, what counts above all is the emotional imprint of dance on the viewer. Music from Vivaldi to Pop plays a crucial part, in stirring the various emotions and brings forth the united energy of the dancers. In this creation each dancer with his/her strengths, unique style honed over the years, initiates a journey from the roots of kathak to express one’s self.”

Vaishali Trivedi

Choreography: Vaishali Trivedi


Dancers:
Prashant Shah, Rupanshi Kashyap,  Mitali Dhruva, Fiana Kawane, Nysha Kawane,  Salomi Shah, Kalrav Dave with Vaishali Trivedi

 

Music: Karajan,
Berlin philharmonic- Vivaldi- The four seasons Dhafer Yousse Manuel Wandji

 

Costumes: 
Anuvi Desai
Vaishali Trivedi

Video courtesy of: Kadamb Centre for Dance and Music

"Abduction of Sita"

Videos

Vaishali Trivedi & Sangati

STILL WATER

Life seems always to be fragile at the moment on this planet, -environmentally, socially, and existentially. Tomorrow is a threat, and that the earth and the people could suffer badly if we neglect the negative effects of pollution, plastic, flooding and trends of social conflicts due to urbanization. It is important to spark up thousand little lights and to introspect, nurture and protect them. A synthesis these two paradoxical realms of the ultra- saturated urban city-space and the introspective nature of spirituality takes clear form in this piece.

ACCRORAP 30th YEAR CELEBRATION

IDIOMAS
(Indo-French Hip hop & kathak duet)

One speak English and Indian, one speaks French and Spanish. One hip hop dance, a kathak dance. The differences are many : sex, religion, origin, geography, culture, traditions ...

 

For years, Vaishali Trivedi and Sebastian Lopez Vela communicate in other parts choreographers through their dance, carried by their body. Today their deep desire is to end up on a plate and to express themselves fully and in their own way through this first communication. The dance becomes speech and language, it breaks the barriers of the deep differences.

 

And if the only language movement was, could we communicate?

The universal language Does it really exist?

 

It's all about the meeting between Vaishali Trivedi and Sebastian Lopez Vela.

 

TEAM IDIOMAS:

Art Direction : Sebastian Lopez Vela

 

Choreographers: Vaishali Trivedi, Sebastian Lopez Vela

 

Lights: Fabrice Barbotin

 

music arrangement : François Esch

                                      Benjamin Wunsch

 

Co-producers :

 

Le Centre Chorégraphique National de La Rochelle

 

Initiatives d’artistes en danses urbaines - Parc de la Villette à Paris / Fondation de France

 

Le Théâtre la Castine, Reichshoffen

 

Le CDC- Pôle Sud - Strasbourg

 

Le Théâtre L’Illiade, à Illkirch-Graffenstaden

 

L’Espace Culturel de Vendenheim

 

Centre Culturel le Préo à Oberhausbergen

 

L’Alliance Française de Ahmedabad en Inde

Travaux Publics Cie MIRA

Solos
Vaishali trivedi

"Kamal Nayan"

"Kaun Gat Bhaiyi"

"Naina Re Naina"

“Over 20 years, my dance approach has been sculpted from the grinding and blending of various aesthetics, through encounters with different styles of dance- kathak, hip hop, contemporary, flamenco, etc. The complexity of experimenting with these diverse forms made me realise how strong my kathak roots are. In fact, I could easily connect and decode them and add impetus to the whole creative process. I believe the key in my journey is to build bridges, create links and some sort of dialogue beyond/ through differences. These exchanges have helped strengthen my aesthetics, while pursuing the same question. How, movement is born out of an emotion? This questioning is the founding feature of the ‘Half Circle' enacted by eight exceptional Kathak dancers.

 

Virtuosity in technique is never an end in itself, what counts above all is the emotional imprint of dance on the viewer. Music from Vivaldi to Pop plays a crucial part, in stirring the various emotions and brings forth the united energy of the dancers. In this creation each dancer with his/her strengths, unique style honed over the years, initiates a journey from the roots of kathak to express one’s self.”

Vaishali Trivedi

Choreography: Vaishali Trivedi


Dancers:
Prashant Shah, Rupanshi Kashyap,  Mitali Dhruva, Fiana Kawane, Nysha Kawane,  Salomi Shah, Kalrav Dave with Vaishali Trivedi

 

Music: Karajan,
Berlin philharmonic- Vivaldi- The four seasons Dhafer Yousse Manuel Wandji

 

Costumes: 
Anuvi Desai
Vaishali Trivedi

Video courtesy of: Kadamb Centre for Dance and Music

Half circle

"Abduction of Sita"

Videos

Vaishali Trivedi & Sangati

Life seems always to be fragile at the moment on this planet, -environmentally, socially, and existentially. Tomorrow is a threat, and that the earth and the people could suffer badly if we neglect the negative effects of pollution, plastic, flooding and trends of social conflicts due to urbanization. It is important to spark up thousand little lights and to introspect, nurture and protect them. A synthesis these two paradoxical realms of the ultra- saturated urban city-space and the introspective nature of spirituality takes clear form in this piece.

STILL WATER

ACCRORAP 30th YEAR CELEBRATION

IDIOMAS
(Indo-French Hip hop & kathak duet)

One speak English and Indian, one speaks French and Spanish. One hip hop dance, a kathak dance. The differences are many : sex, religion, origin, geography, culture, traditions ...

 

For years, Vaishali Trivedi and Sebastian Lopez Vela communicate in other parts choreographers through their dance, carried by their body. Today their deep desire is to end up on a plate and to express themselves fully and in their own way through this first communication. The dance becomes speech and language, it breaks the barriers of the deep differences.

 

And if the only language movement was, could we communicate?

The universal language Does it really exist?

 

It's all about the meeting between Vaishali Trivedi and Sebastian Lopez Vela.

 

TEAM IDIOMAS:

Art Direction : Sebastian Lopez Vela

 

Choreographers: Vaishali Trivedi, Sebastian Lopez Vela

 

Lights: Fabrice Barbotin

 

music arrangement : François Esch

                                      Benjamin Wunsch

 

Co-producers :

 

Le Centre Chorégraphique National de La Rochelle

 

Initiatives d’artistes en danses urbaines - Parc de la Villette à Paris / Fondation de France

 

Le Théâtre la Castine, Reichshoffen

 

Le CDC- Pôle Sud - Strasbourg

 

Le Théâtre L’Illiade, à Illkirch-Graffenstaden

 

L’Espace Culturel de Vendenheim

 

Centre Culturel le Préo à Oberhausbergen

 

L’Alliance Française de Ahmedabad en Inde

Travaux Publics Cie MIRA

Solos
Vaishali trivedi

Solos
Vaishali trivedi

"Kamal Nayan"

"Kaun Gat Bhaiyi"

"Naina Re Naina"

Half circle

“Over 20 years, my dance approach has been sculpted from the grinding and blending of various aesthetics, through encounters with different styles of dance- kathak, hip hop, contemporary, flamenco, etc. The complexity of experimenting with these diverse forms made me realise how strong my kathak roots are. In fact, I could easily connect and decode them and add impetus to the whole creative process. I believe the key in my journey is to build bridges, create links and some sort of dialogue beyond/ through differences. These exchanges have helped strengthen my aesthetics, while pursuing the same question. How, movement is born out of an emotion? This questioning is the founding feature of the ‘Half Circle' enacted by eight exceptional Kathak dancers.

 

Virtuosity in technique is never an end in itself, what counts above all is the emotional imprint of dance on the viewer. Music from Vivaldi to Pop plays a crucial part, in stirring the various emotions and brings forth the united energy of the dancers. In this creation each dancer with his/her strengths, unique style honed over the years, initiates a journey from the roots of kathak to express one’s self.”

Vaishali Trivedi

Choreography: Vaishali Trivedi


Dancers:
Prashant Shah, Rupanshi Kashyap,  Mitali Dhruva, Fiana Kawane, Nysha Kawane,  Salomi Shah, Kalrav Dave with Vaishali Trivedi

 

Music: Karajan,
Berlin philharmonic- Vivaldi- The four seasons Dhafer Yousse Manuel Wandji

 

Costumes: 
Anuvi Desai
Vaishali Trivedi

 

Video courtesy of: Kadamb Centre for Dance and Music

"Abduction of Sita"