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Due to current events in connection with the coronavirus (COVID-19), events are not permitted for security reasons. This measure will initially apply until 27.05.2020 for smaller events and until 31.08.2020 for large events (over 1000 persons).
Cancelled Unfortunately the event has been cancelled.
The refund takes place according to the payment option you have chosen.
Pre-Payment / E-Bill or Pay@Kiosk / SOFORT / IBAN (International bank transfer):
Please write an email with your order number and your bank details* to email@example.com up until 30 days after the show date.
Creditcard / Postfinance Card / TWINT:
The amount will be automatically refunded to the credit card/Postfinance card or TWINT account within the next few days.
Point of sale:
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
One programme, three great dance solos: «Portraits in Otherness» offers an encounter with artists who engage with, and pioneer their respective dance languages and traditions at the highest level. For «Whip», Maya Jilan Dong from China drew her inspiration from the folk dances of her native country. Trenchantly and vibrantly, she celebrates every movement, elegantly structuring the space surrounding her. In «Duende», Dickson Mbi mixes popping with contemporary dance and unleashes an electrifying emotionality with his powerful dancing. The third participant is Rianto from Indonesia. His «Medium», although rooted in traditional Javanese dance, is presented in a strongly contemporary guise. Like an elemental force, the dancer celebrates not alone his body, but life itself. Breathtaking. The concept for this production is the brainchild of Akram Khan, represented in Steps in earlier years («Bahok», «Vertical Road», «Desh»), and his dramaturg Farooq Chaudry. Khan frequently switches roles between dancer and choreographer. Driven by the desire to pass his experience on to talented dancers, the idea was born of accompanying them closely in the elaboration of their own creations and of offering them an international platform. An absolute benefit not only for the artists, but also for the audience!