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Due to the current events in connection with the coronavirus (COVID-19), events with 100 persons or more will not take place for security reasons. This measure is valid for the time being at least until 30.04.2020.
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Please write an email with your order number and your bank details* to email@example.com up until 30 days after the show date.
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Tickets will be refunded at the point of sale where you have purchased your tickets up until 30 days after the show date.
The full price (charges included) will be refunded.
After 30 days the organiser is responsible for the refunding.
*Abroad: with BIC/SWIFT
Sometimes it is individual people who can make a big difference: in the New Zealand dance scene, Shona McCullagh is such an inspiring figure. She is the artistic director of the New Zealand Dance Company, which she co-founded in 2012, and which offers contemporary choreographers of the country an important, highly professional structure for new creations. Now, her versatile dancers from Auckland are visiting Switzerland for the first time on the occasion of this year's Migros Culture Percentage Dance Festival Steps. For European audiences this encounter is especially interesting, as the choreographers who have been chosen for the production «Time» have by and large evolved their skills independently from the Western European dance scene. In «Matter», Ross McCormack creates a surreal place in the middle of nowhere and ironically questions the human obsession with order. With powerful, martial arts-like movements, Kim Jae-Duk from South Korea creates a field of tension featuring meditation and attack. For «The Fibonacci» Victoria Columbus has drawn inspiration from the mathematical sequence of the same name. «Time» represents the company's vision to touch and enthuse more and more people with the many faces of contemporary dance.
Doors: 18:30 Start: 19:30
People on wheel chairs: Please contact the organiser: 061 295 11 33.