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Amizero Kompagnie

Creations

Amizero Kompagnie is the first professional contemporary dance company in Rwanda. Created by the University Centre for Arts and Drama of the National University of Rwanda (NR), the company has since then developed its own autonomy with different partnerships in the region and with international structures. Winner of the silver medal at the 6th Jeux de la Francophonie in Lebanon, the company keeps developing its repertoire consistently with more than 10 dance and theatre plays created and showcased up today.

Amizero Kompagnie, whilst looking for new opportunities to grow, keeps questioning their work, adapting to the changes, movements and challenges raising in today’s society.

Repertoire

Des Espoirs 2005

Baho 2008

Différences 2009

Frontières 2012

The Fire Fighter 2013

Run run run  2014

Radio Play 2015

Skin 2015

Ibeiji 2016

East African Bolero 2017

The little Invisible Things 2021

 

A digital Mixt work

"Learning Feminism from Rwanda" (a collaboration with Flinn Works

7-11 November 2022  /Mainz

11-17  January 2023/Schlachthaus Theatre- BERNE

A biographical performance about gender equality and women empowerment, looking at the realities of Rwanda compared to the German situation. The project involves Rwandan on digital space  and German  artists performing live  a

The Play has been performing since December 2020 Mainly in Germany and Switzerland

 

ON TOUR

The East African Bolero at la Faicerie de Creil  the 15 of June 2022

MJC Lau /Pau on the 19th of June 2022

 Theatre Paris la Villette /Paris, the 22nd of June -02 July 2022

Created and inspired by the original composition of Ravel's Bolero, the East African Boléro stages the mythological story of the first men's creation and birth. Wesley Ruzibiza alongside Vincent Harisdo worked with 8 dancers from the East African region (RDC, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania) to develop a contemporary language inspired by the classical vocabulary of the region, bridging traditional dances with contemporary dance during a 45 min show.

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