On n’y arrivera pas tout seuls
Les Jeunes Talents de l’ESAC / Bruxelles et du Conservatoire / Liège
pour la soirée de Gala des Amis du Théâtre de Liège
Under the direction of Christophe Morisset, the acrobats of the Superior School of Circus Arts of Brussels and the musicians of the Royal Conservatory of Liege will meet, during a workshop spread over a few weeks, to compose a series of committed numbers. With the passion of their youth, away from professional standards and the search for freedom, they will rise to the challenge of combining their disciplines. In the circus as in music, the supreme enhancement of the performance of the soloist must deal with the unavoidable reality of cooperation in creation and representation. The time of a show, thirty students of Belgian art colleges will combine their specialties and their high technicality to imagine modes of scenic cooperation based on complementarity, community and solidarity, without fading individualities. They will develop an orchestral vision of artistic practice as a metaphor for a better world. A utopia ? No, rather a question of choice.
Design and interpretation The acrobats of the Brussels Circus School of Arts and the musicians of the Royal Conservatory of Liège