Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and her company Rosas return to Sadler's Wells with two of their most recent works, En Atendant and Cesena. Cesena is a celebration of dawn, while En Atendant captures the merging of twilight into night.
For Cesena the company worked closely with BjÃ¶rn Schmelzer and his graindelavoix music ensemble. The stage is shared by 19 dancers and singers who explore the limits of their ability; dancers sing and singers dance. The work unfolds within Ann Veronica Janssen's set, which provides a sculpture of passing time and hints at the constant transformation of the world around us.
Playing at Sadlers Wells