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Articulation, Foto: Armin Bardel Articulation, Foto: Armin Bardel

Articulation
A selection of choreographies performed by graduating students from the MUK course in Contemporary and Classical Dance

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At the end of their final year, students from the Contemporary and Classical Dance degree course perform a range of pieces demonstrating current developments in contemporary choreography. The pieces presented across the various segments of this evening were developed by Manfred Aichinger and Esther Balfe and two guest choreographers, Chris Haring and Eldad Ben Sasson, in conjunction with the students themselves.

As well as imparting a comprehensive array of dance skills, the MUK dance training programme focuses on the development of stylistic flexibility and versatility, as well as building the students’ creative and artistic independence. This enables MUK graduates to access a broad selection of the wide-ranging professional work opportunities available in the contemporary dance field.

Tickets: Stalls €18; balcony €14. MuTh Club Students, children and young people, and senior citizens (60+): stalls €13; balcony €10: wheelchair users €9.

Current developments in contemporary choreography

  1. April 2020

  2. May 2020

    Innehalten – Gegen Ausgrenzung
    Wort & Musik / Wiener Sängerknaben

    • Innehalten

    Auf dem Wasser zu singen: Schumann und Schubert
    Schorny in the MuTh

    • Schorny in the MuTh

    Billy & Johnny / Die Strottern
    Welcome to the fringes in the MuTh

    • Welcome to the fringes in the MuTh

    Haydn – Bartók – Dvořák or “El Americano”
    Minetti Quartet in the MuTh

    • Minetti Quartett in the MuTh

    Moser & Steude
    Volkhard Steude in the MuTh

    • Volkhard Steude in the MuTh
  3. June 2020

    Tribute to Beethoven no. 1
    Bartolomeys in the MuTh

    • Bartolomeys in the MuTh

    Aquarium, or the Last Chance
    Musical for an actor

  4. September 2020

    Monika Ballwein celebrates The Beatles
    A fresh take on Beatles classics

  5. October 2020

  6. February 2021

  7. April 2021