The Centre Chorégraphique National de Caen en Normandie commissions and produces “tout-terrain” dance pieces to reach and engage with inhabitants living in a variety of areas. These pieces attest to our commitment to reaching out to areas that for various reasons are seldom or not at all exposed to dance. These pieces are extraordinarily varied and can be performed anywhere (hence the name “tout-terrain”), from village halls to the commons, from historical sites and monuments to parks or touristic sites. Our goal is that by bringing dance out of its prescribed performance spaces, a variety of people can have access to contemporary dance.
First piece in the “tout-terrain” Collection : Vivace — Alban Richard, March 2018
Second piece in the “tout-terrain” Collection : Impressions, nouvel accrochage — Herman Diephuis, November 2019
Third piece in the “tout-terrain” Collection : Fantasie minor — Marco da Silva Ferreira, May 2022