Douze en Jeu  (2018)   A re-creation of  Treize en Jeu  (2013), now titled  Douze en Jeu,  is     a dance for twelve (8 women and 4 men), set to the fourth movement of Franz Schubert’s Trio in E Flat Major.  It features duets, trios and solos set against a backdrop of counterpoint group entrances and exits to create a textured stage picture to reflect the complexity of the musical score. The off-kilter use of ballet vocabulary is highlighted by classical character dance influences.
       
     
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   Douze en Jeu  (2018)   A re-creation of  Treize en Jeu  (2013), now titled  Douze en Jeu,  is     a dance for twelve (8 women and 4 men), set to the fourth movement of Franz Schubert’s Trio in E Flat Major.  It features duets, trios and solos set against a backdrop of counterpoint group entrances and exits to create a textured stage picture to reflect the complexity of the musical score. The off-kilter use of ballet vocabulary is highlighted by classical character dance influences.
       
     

Douze en Jeu (2018)

A re-creation of Treize en Jeu (2013), now titled Douze en Jeu, is a dance for twelve (8 women and 4 men), set to the fourth movement of Franz Schubert’s Trio in E Flat Major.  It features duets, trios and solos set against a backdrop of counterpoint group entrances and exits to create a textured stage picture to reflect the complexity of the musical score. The off-kilter use of ballet vocabulary is highlighted by classical character dance influences.

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