Edmond Russo and Shlomi Tuizer (Affari Esteri)

(Updated on 02/13/2014)
Affari Esteri (c) Laurence Halloy

Italian-born Edmond Russo and Israeli-born Shlomi Tuizer started their careers respectively in the Lyon Opera Ballet and the Batsheva Dance Company. Their common journey began as performers in France and Belgium for Hervé Robbe and Joanne Leighton. Creating short pieces separately before co-founding Affari Esteri in 2004, their collaboration is based upon a dual approach to research of movement that is related to a social and anthropological discourse. Their recent works have been presented by Les Rencontres chorégraphiques internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis; Festival Météores; Le Havre; Festival Faits d’Hiver; Chaillot National Theater; and the National Dance Center, Paris.

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