• 12.03.2020 22:15
  • 13+14.03.2020 22:00
Studio, 50’

Contrabassist-composer Nicolas Rombouts and dancer-choreographer Charlotte Vanden Eynde met in 2015, when they were invited to present a public improvisation together. At the time, this revealed a special synergy, based on the integrity of the relationship that both maintain with their "instrument," in agreement with the profound sincerity of their being.

In Hyphen, dance and music are equal, the two physical presences are balanced. For Nicolas Rombouts, the music is a composition of the moment, for Charlotte Vanden Eynde, dancing is thinking. Like the two hemispheres of a single brain, they can improvise and think together, while functioning autonomously.

They seek a tipping point in which the music becomes movement and the movement music, and thus test boundaries and their transgression by inviting the public to join them at that point.

By and with :
Charlotte Vanden Eynde, Nicolas Rombouts
Light :
Jan Maertens
Advices :
Marc Vanrunxt, Simon Lenski
Production :
Co-production :
Concertgebouw Brugge, Les Brigittines
Supported by :
Kunstencentrum nona, CAMPO
Picture :
Paul Mc Gee