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Arts Calendar / November 3 / Dance
19:00 DanceInversion Contemporary Dance Festival: Autobiography
International Contemporary Dance Festival DanceInversion celebrates its 20th anniversary! During these years Moscow has welcomed almost 90 choreographers as well as numerous professionals from: 5 continents and the Islands of New Zealand, Ireland and Cuba, 30 countries, 78 companies. The Festival's mission has always been the discovery of new names and new styles of dance art. DanceInversion remains true to this ethos and includes the names of both professional artists and exciting newcomers. Autobiography is shown together with the festival Golden Mask. Wayne McGregor has been one of the top British and international choreographers for more than 20 years. While searching for inspiration he literally gazed inward inside himself, allowing geneticists to fully decipher his genome. Thus, his own genotype, interpreted as an autobiographical text, was the impetus for the creation of this ballet an abstract meditation on aspects of self, life, writing, refracting both remembered pasts and speculative futures.
Bolshoi Theater New Stage 
20:00 DanceInversion Contemporary Dance Festival: Oskara
International Contemporary Dance Festival DanceInversion celebrates its 20th anniversary! During these years Moscow has welcomed almost 90 choreographers as well as numerous professionals from: 5 continents and the Islands of New Zealand, Ireland and Cuba, 30 countries, 78 companies. The Festival's mission has always been the discovery of new names and new styles of dance art. DanceInversion remains true to this ethos and includes the names of both professional artists and exciting newcomers. This amazing and beautiful show, already performed at prestigious European festivals, was created by a new star of modern choreography, Marcos Morau, for the Basque group Kukai Dantza. Oskara is based on an internal dialogue that questions one's own identity. Dance becomes an instrument in search of answers to the key questions for a European, such as those regarding traditions and freedom, countries and languages, creativity and dogma, past and future.
Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theater 
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