Artistes en compagnonnage

Bleu Printemps — Némo Flouret, Georges Labbat, Solène Wachter

The CCNO supports choreographic creation and is assistng the Bleu Printemps Production collective, composed of Némo Flouret, Georges Labbat and Solène Wachter.
Bleu Printemps, based in Orléans since 2020, brings together three creative minds, a new generation of choreographers and performers. They are our current and future partners, artists in tune with our times. Support for co-production and local implementation, providing work spaces, development advice, partnerships and support for the implementation of projects are all part of our role.

DE face by Solène Wachter © Romain Etienne / 900 Something Days Spent in the XXth Century by Némo Flouret © Daniel Rolider / Portrait Georges Labbat

Coming Events:

Performance : 900 Something Days Spent in the XXth Century de Némo Flouret
Mercredi 22 septembre, 18h et jeudi 23 septembre, 20h au Point Haut à Saint-Pierre-des-Corps (37) — Gratuit, ouvert à tou·te·s, réservation conseillée
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Étape de travail : SELF/UNNAMED de Georges Labbat
Jeudi 30 septembre, 18h30 au CCNO — Gratuit, réservé aux professionnel·le·s
suivi à 20h30 du solo Nuée d’Emmanuelle Huynh au Théâtre d’Orléans
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Open studio : FOR YOU / NOT FOR YOU de Solène Wachter
Vendredi 29 octobre, 19h à la Briqueterie - CDCN — Gratuit, ouvert à tou·te·s
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Solène Wachter
studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris, graduating in 2015. She then continued her studies at P.A.R.T.S., Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker’s school, where she affirmed both her desire to be a performer and also the author of her own projects. In 2017, she participated in the creation of 10000 gestes by Boris Charmatz, with whom she has continued to collaborate since on new creations as well as numerous pieces from his repertoire. She also collaborated with Ashley Chen for Distance and with Maud Le Pladec for counting stars with you.

Némo Flouret
is a choreographic artist, dancer, performer, choreographer, graduate of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris, and of the Brussels school P.A.R.T.S. His choreographic work is generally situated in hybrid spaces, rather than in traditional theatrical settings. The universe he constructs invites us to question different definitions of space, using text, visual art and the societal and political context as a potential gateway into the choreography. He collaborates with different artists such as: Ingrid Berger Myhre, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Liz Kinoshita and David Wampach.

Georges Labbat
is a French multidisciplinary artist. He graduated from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris in 2016 and from the P.A.R.T.S school. During this training, he explored the repertoire of Rosas and Trisha Brown, and created One could and 8ofthem, presented at the Ostend Dance Festival in 2017, and began work on his solo Self/Unnamed. Georges Labbat performed in the premiere of Somnia by Anne Teresa and Jolente De Keersmaeker, and took part in the international tour of Crowd by Gisèle Vienne. He is currently working with Anne Imhof on the creation of Natures Mortes for her carte blanche at the Palais de Tokyo.
  • Spectacle

    du wednesday 22 september
    au thursday 23 september 2021

    Point H^UT à Saint-Pierre-des-Corps (37)
    900 Something Days Spent in the XXth Century de Némo Flouret