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Operatic Hip Hop: Dance DecolonisedGymnastics

13/02/2021

In 2019, Les Indes galantes was performed at the Opera de la Bastille in Paris, hip hop style. This baroque opera, composed by Jean-Philippe Rameau, is an ode to colonial exoticism, and its reworking is the brainchild of Bintou Dembélé, the first black woman to choreograph a ballet at the Paris Opera.

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From 05/04/2021 to 10/01/2026

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