Have a look at how Muhammed Kaltuk is working with dancers. Muhammed Kaltuk composes pieces with experimental movement, expressive dance, and a fusion of urban and contemporary techniques. He works a lot with different movement concepts and tries to form the individual boundaries of the dancers. Muhammed also likes to work with the personal strengths of the dancers so that they can reinvent themselves and remain true to their own body language.
This ode to Swan Lake was created by a collaboration with Rena Brandenberger and Muhammed Kaltuk. The piece took place in the fountain of the famous Rosengarten in Bern, which gave us the opportunity to use the element of water.
This is how we told the story of Rothbart, Odette, Prince Siegfried, and the Forest Creatures.