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Keep the Flame: The Choreographer Martin Schläpfer
Martin Schläpfer is one of the most important dance creators in Europe at present. Keep the Flame is an intimate portrait of the passionate artist and the private person Martin Schläpfer and illustrates on many levels how and why dance is so much more than just art for the initiated. The production involves high-performance dance art, where the classical ballet technique and emotion, strength, expression and elegance combine with music to produce something unique, which can touch and cast its spell on all of us.
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- 86 min
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- Annette von Wangenheim
- Martin Schläpfer, Hans van Manen, Gert Weigelt, Anne do Paço, Adriana Hölszky, Ballett am Rhein
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