Guestchoreography commissioned by the Oldenburgisches Staatstheater (Oldenburg, Germany) for eleven dancers. Première 16 December 2012.
A Choreography of Ann Van den Broek and Krisztina de Châtel for eleven dancers made by Dansgroep Amsterdam in cooperation with WArd/waRD. Première 5 July 2012.
Guestchoreography commissioned by TSEKH (Moscow, Russia) for seven dancers. Première 26 May 2012.
Solo voor Tim 12:00
Choreography for Tim Persent as part of the program A dance concert. Première 26 January 2012.
LIstEN & See
A piece of work with text and movement for 5 dancers and 4 actors made in cooperation with theatre director Marcus Azzini from Toneelgroep Oostpool. Première 1 December 2011.
A piece of work for six dancers. A coproduction of Stichting WArd/waRD (NL), vzw WArd/waRD (B), Korzo productions (The Hague, NL), ccBerchem (Antwerp, B) and Künstlerhaus Mousonturm (Frankfurt, GER), with the financial support of Performing Arts Fund NL and the Government of Flanders. Première 4 February 2011.
The Co(te)lette Film
A film based on the production Co(te)lette, directed by British film director Mike Figgis, 2010.
A 20 minute choreography from extracts of We Solo Men for students of ArtEZ (Arnhem, NL). A project of Generale Oost (Arnhem, NL) in cooperatio with ArtEZ en with a live orchestra. Première 9 June 2010.
FF+Rew 10 (solo version)
Solo version of FF+Rew for a student of the Artesis Hogeschool voor Dans in Antwerp (Conservatorium of Antwerp, B). May 2010.
A cover of Mijn solo voor Marie (Vernietigd), meaning My Solo for Marie (Destroyed), created in 1997 by Marc Vanrunxt, an original Belgian creator. Première March 26, 2010.
A researchproject to the moving possibilities of bodies physically and mentally signed by life. In cooperation with ccBerchem (B), assisted byr Marie Decorte. September 2009.
We Solo Men
A masculine piece of work for six dancers. A co-production of Stichting WArd/waRD (NL), vzw WArd/waRD (B), Korzo productions (The Hague, NL) and ccBerchem (Antwerp, B), with the financial support of the Dutch Fund for the Performing Arts and the Government of Flanders.
Première: July 5, 2009.
I SOLO MENT
An interwoven double solo for a man and a woman. A Korzo production (The Hague) co-produced by Ward/waRD vzw and ccBe (Antwerp). Première: November 9, 2008.
I SOLO MENT was nominated for a Zwaan (Swan) by the VSCD (the Federation of Theater Directors) as one of 'the most impressive dance production' of the 2008/2009 season.
Mannequinphrase towards the Machine Rubbing
Extracts of Co(te)lette, treats for studentens of the Artesis, Hogeschool voor Dans in Antwerp (Conservatorium Antwerp, B). June 2008.
Choreography for 3 female dancers. A production of WArd/waRD vzw and co-produced by ccBe (Antwerp) and Korzo producties (The Hague). Première: October 24, 2007.
Co(te)lette won a Zwaan (Swan Award) for the most impressive dance production of the 2007/2008 season. The Swan Award is the most prestigious Dutch dance prize presented by the VSCD (Dutch Association of Theater and Concert Hall Directors).
E19 (richting San José) - special version
A shorter version of this choreography was part of the DansCombinatie, a program that included work by Krisztina de Châtel and Conny Janssen. Première: January 21, 2007.
E19 (richting San José)
Group choreography for 3 female dancers and 2 male dancers. A production of Korzo producties (The Hague) and co-produced by WArd/waRD vzw with financial support of the Fonds voor Amateurkunst en Podiumkunsten and the Ministry of Education, Culture and Welfare. Première: October 25, 2006.
E19 (richting San José) was nominated for a Zwaan (Swan) by the VSCD (the Federation of Theater Directors) as one of 'the most impressive dance production' of the 2006/2007 season.
Choreography for 6th year students of the Koninklijke Balletschool (Royal Ballet School) in Antwerp, May 2006.
Group choreography commissioned by De Stilte (Breda) for the guest choreography program. Première: October 12, 2006.
Group piece for five women. A production of vzw WArd/ward, with WP Zimmer. Première: October 6, 2005. Selected for Nederlandse Dansdagen (Dutch Dance Days), October 2006.
Duet for Frouke Mariën and Lie Antonissen, based on dance material from FF+Rew 60:00. It was performed during the Alley Tour of the Reuring Festival in Purmerend, July 2005.
Solo for Daan Vervoort, student of the Koninklijke Balletschool (Royal Ballet School) in Antwerp. It was made especially for his participation in the 'Concours de Danse' in Biarritz. With this solo, Daan Vervoort won the Golden Modern Dance Prize and the Prize of the City of Biarritz, April 2005.
Group choreography for 3rd and 4th year students of the Rotterdamse Dansacademie, February 2005.
Choreography for the video clip of the same title by MAGNUS (Tom Barman/CJ Bolland), June 2004.
No Alarms, No Surprises
Choreography for 3rd year students of the Hoger Instituut voor Dans Lier, June 2004.
A dance duet with Einat Tuchman. A production of Danswerkplaats Amsterdam, and co-produced by vzw WArd/ward. Première: November 25, 2003.
FF+Rew solo version
Solo version of FF+Rew with live music on contrabass, March 2003.
Group choreography for 1st year students of the Hoger Instituut voor Dans Lier, February 2003.
Quartet with One
Dance duet with live music by a pianist and a percussionist. A WArd/waRD production, and co-produced by Korzo Producties. Première: November 16, 2002.
Guest choreography for Dansgroep Krisztina de Châtel. Première: October 24, 2002. Selected for Nederlandse Dansdagen (Dutch Dance Days), October 2003.
Part of the program Survival of the Dansstudio Arabesque, 2002.
Hurry up please, … it’s time
Solo performance, produced by Danswerkplaats Amsterdam and co-produced by vzw WArd/waRD, 2001.
Solo performance, accompanied by a live pianist, 2001.
Part of the Open Monuments Day in Antwerp, September 2000.
Almost Not Now
Part of the program Dans in de Opera, Antwerp, 2000.
Video triptych by artist Germaine Kruip for Dasarts, Amsterdam and Victoria, Gent, 1997.
For Dansgroep Krisztina de Châtel as part of the program Amai!, 1996.
As You Like It
Dance film with artist Germaine Kruip, 1993.