©Caroline Ablain



Feb 16 (Sat) 19:30
Kanagawa Arts Theatre, Hall
Admission included in TPAM Pass
Ticket: Adv (Ticket Kanagawa) / Door ¥2,000


Maud Le Pladec is one of the most important figures of the new generation of French choreographers. She makes dance as one dreams of seeing it: embracing the music, blending with it and opening up to unbridled imagination. The rock n’roll energy, the brio and electronic acid boost of Fausto Romitelli’s score, is embodied on stage in an expressionist dance, haunted by hallucinatory visions, perpetually on the edge of disaster.


Conception et chorégraphie: Maud Le Pladec
Musique: Fausto Romitelli (Professor Bad Trip)
Interprété par: Julien Gallée-Ferré, Felix Ott, Tom Pauwels

Organized by: Institut français du Japon – Yokohama, Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama 2013 Executive Committee
Supported by: Institut français
Contact: Institut français du Japon – Yokohama 045-201-1514
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Maud Le Pladec
Maud Le Pladec studied contemporary dance in 1999 at Centre Chorégraphique National of Montpellier, and worked as a dancer with such choreographers as Takiko Iwabuchi, Mathilde Monnier, Herman Diephuis, Boris Charmatz and Mette Ingvartsen. She created her first project Professor in 2010 and second project Poetry the year after, which forms a diptych around the composer Fausto Romitelli. In 2013, she is an artist-in-residence in New York for her next project with Bang on a Can All-Stars.