2020 – We had the chance to talk with choreographer William Forsythe and learn more about the essence of his new work “A Quiet Evening of Dance”, which won the FEDORA – VAN CLEEF & ARPELS Prize for Ballet in 2018. William Forsythe is keen to continue developing and reinventing the vocabulary of dance, and performance and how the audience react to the space, the sounds and the environment the work takes place in. “A Quiet Evening of Dance” features a range of works from the sparse and analytic to baroque inspired counterpoint. This configuration of new and existing work creates an evening of dance designed to be listened to as much as watched.

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