Akram Khan London
Photo: Photograph by SPH - The Straits Times 
Shooting-star Akram Khan is one of the most coveted and prodigious young choreographers on the global stage today. He is the embodiment of heritage and innovation, change and tension.

In only three years, the Kathak dancer and choreographer Akram Khan, born in London to Bangladeshi parents, has taken the contemporary dance scene by storm, drawing crowds to all the major venues where he has performed. In his new dance piece MA (which means mother in many languages on earth and in Hindi) the choreographer turns away from the cosmos to ponder the current situation of our planet. In this dance production for seven dancers accompanied by three Indian musicians and with supporting text by Hanif Kureishi, Khan is expanding his skills as a dancer and choreographer.
15.-17.08. 20h
Dauer: 75 min
€ 15,- erm. € 8,-

Choreografie / Konzept: Akram Khan.
mit: Eulalia Ayguade Farro, Akram Khan, Anton Lachky, Moya Michael, Inn Pang
Ooi, Nikoleta Rafaelisova, Shanell Winlock und Faheem Mazhar (Gesang), B C Manjunath (Percussion), Natalie Rozario (Cello).
Komponist: Riccardo Nova.
Licht: Mikki Kunttu.
Musik: Ictus Ensemble.
Text: Hanif Kureishi.

Koproduktion: The South Bank Centre, London, Théâtre de la Ville,
Paris, Singapore Arts Festival, Romaeuropa Festival, Rom, The Vooruit, Gent,
Tanzhaus NRW, Düsseldorf, Holland Festival, Amsterdam, Göteborg Dance and Theatre Festival, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York.

Gefördert durch: Arts Council England, The British Council. Akram Khan is Associate
Artist at the South Bank Centre, London.