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DetailsUK Premiere. Following the success of La Pudeur des Icebergs in Dance Umbrella 2005, Daniel Leveille returns with Amour, acide et noix. Human fragility and awkwardness as well as the tenderness of touch and harshness of life, are revealed by the nakedness of the four dancers. The rigour of Leveilleâs choppy and precise choreography references human imperfection but also attests to the skill and athleticism of the accomplished dancers. At times comical and playful, at others austere yet poignant, the music is equally unpredictable, ranging from Vivaldi's Four Seasons to 1970sâ progressive rock. Exploring our solitude and irrepressible desire for contact, this work exemplifies LÃ©veillÃ©'s expressive minimalism with raw and potent beauty. Note: contains nudity
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