Concert-shows

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Video reconstitution by P. Szpirglas of the original concert/performance: Trio in 14 variations, by Ludwig van Beethoven, ordered by Andre Curmi on the 150th anniversary of Beethoven’s death (1977) for the ‘Centre culturel communal de Chatillon’.

 2000 

“Prints”, Rashi Center, Paris

Choreography and dance by Tamara Mielnick, music by Steve Peskoff, projections by Etienne Bertrand Weill. Two shows

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 1999 

“Prints”, Jerusalem and Tel Aviv

Six shows at the Gerard Behar Hall in Jerusalem and two at the Suzanne Dellal Center in Tel Aviv

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 1998 

“Prints”, Gérard Behar Hall, Jerusalem

Choreography and dance by Tamara Mielnick, music by Steve Peskoff, projections by Etienne Bertrand Weill. 5 performances, first production

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 1998 

“Listening to André Neher”, Bouxwiller Museeum

Visual accompaniement for interviews on Prophetism, Shoah and Jerusalem

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 1994 

Reading and “Music for the Eye”, Israel Museum Auditorium, Jerusalem

 1992 

“Anaklasis”, Habama, Jerusalem

 1992 

French Alliance in Jérusalem

"Adagio", "Anaklasisi" and "Trio in fourteen variations"

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 1991 

“Interference”, Rekabord Hall, Pau

Music by Krzysztof Penderecki, creation by Zeloa

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 1990 

“Jaffa Nights”, Jerusalem

4 evenings at the Jerusalem Theater. March the 22nd : Creation by Tsoar. Cinématheque: "Anaklasis"

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 1988 

“Music for the Eye”, Yair Center, Jerusalem

 1986 

“Music for the Eye”, Rachi Center, Paris

University Center for Jewish studies in Paris, new program of "Music for the Eye"

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 1985 

“Interférences”, International Colloquium, Marly-le-Roi

Common visual and musical research by Marie-Françoise Lacaze and E. B. Weill for the international colloquium "Corps, Espace, Temps" (Body, Space, Time). Music and moving metaforms, first production.

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 1984 

“Future Shokk”, Winnipeg Theater, Canada

Scenography and metaforms for a mimodrama by Guiseppe Condello

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 1983 

“Thirty years of French Expérimental Cinéma” Festival

Centre Pompidou in Paris, in Lyon, Lille and Montreal.

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 1983 

“Shadow of Mind” in the world

Screenings in Istanbul, Turkey, Ljubljana, Slovenia (Yugoslavia), University of Québec, Montreal and Winnipeg Theatre, Canada

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 1982 

“Shadow of Mind” in Chicago

First production of "Shadow of Mind": mime by T. Daniel in the moving metaforms of Etienne Bertrand Weill.

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 1982 

“Combat dans les Ténèbres”, Champs Elysées Theater, Paris

First production of "Combat dans les Ténèbres" (Fighting in the Darkness), "Bip in modern and future life" by the mime Marcel Marceau, moving metaform decor by E. B. Weill.

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 1982 

“Anaklasis”, International Avant-Garde Festival, Paris

 1982 

“Tarquinia”, Musical Hours of Venon

Concert-show by the Deslogères Trio, "Tarquinia" (2nd mouvement), first production

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 1981 

“Dance with metaforms”, Soleil d’Or Cultural Center, Paris

Muriel Jaèr and E. B. Weill: Silent Chanting and Dance Without Music, first production

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 1981 

“Hymnen”, “Rhétos”, “Tarquinia” and “Chtaslivi” at the International Musical Weeks, Orléans

Music, dance and screenings by Muriel Jaer, the Deslogères Trio and Etienne Bertrand Weill: Silent chanting, "Hymnen", "Rhétos", "Tarquinia" and "Chtaslivi"

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 1979 

“Diachronies”, Paris Opera

"Diachronies", by the National Opera Ballet, music by Béla Bartok, choregraphy by Janine Charrat, scenography and costumes by Etienne Bertrand Weill, first production.

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 1979 

“Music for the Eye”, Pierre Bayle Cultural Center, Besançon

 1978 

“Love the Sorcerer”, Maison de la Culture, Amiens

Music by Manuel de Falla, choreography by Raphaèl Agilar, first production, given afterwards in Germany, Nederland and Austria.

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 1978 

International Musical Weeks, Orléans

Concert by the Deslogeres Trio, "Music for the Eye" with Muriel Jaèr.

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 1977 

Deslogères Trio, Tel Aviv Museum

Concert by the Deslogères Trio, the Jerusalem University, the Beer-Sheba Academy of music, Beit Rotshild, Haiffa, Ein Hachofet kiboutz.

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 1977 

“Music for the Eye”, Chatillon-sous-Bagneux Cultural Center

New "Music for the Eye", Trio in Fourteen Variations, music by Beethoven, concert-show ordered by Andre Curmi on the 150th anniversary of Beethoven's death

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 1977 

“Chtaslivi” and “The Dorian Horizon”, Guimet Museum, Paris

Concert by A.C.I.C.

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 1977 

“Dance, Resonnance…”, Mandapa Center, Paris

Dance by Muriel Jaèr, visual moving set by E. B. Weill, four shows

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 1977 

Poitiers Musical Theatre Festival

Dance and "Music for the Eye" by E. B. Weill and Muriel Jaer

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 1977 

Third Bolzano Festival, Italy

Dance and "Music for the Eye" by E. B. Weill and Muriel Jaer

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 1977 

Musical Autumn of Come, Italy

Dance and "Music for the Eye" by E. B. Weill and Muriel Jaer

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 1976 

“Music for the Eye”, Museum of Modern Art, Paris

New "Music for the Eyes" evening: Rhetos, music by Hubert Stuppner & Chtaslivi, music by Solange Ancona, dance by Muriel Jaèr, moving scenography by E. B. Weill, first production.

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 1976 

Deslogères Trio, Champagne People’s Festival, Troyes

Concert by the Deslogères Trio, projection of musical works

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 1975 

Deslogères Trio

Screening of musical works with the Deslogères Trio at the Cultural Centres of Le Vesinet and Tarbes and at the Conservatory of Bobigny

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 1975 

“Music for the Eye”, Maison des Arts, Cergy Pontoise

Animation and space changing through projections

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 1975 

Blaise Cendras, Maison de la Culture de Bourges

Screenings for a show about poet and writer Blaise Cendras

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 1974 

“Tarquinia”, International Photo Festival, Arles

Concert-show with the Deslogères Trio, "Tarquinia", music by Charles Chaysnes, first production.

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 1974 

“Rondo Mobile”, Amboise Festival

Music by Marcel Goldmann, choreography by Alain Davesne, first production, Choreformes, music by Dave Brubeck, dance and moving metaforms

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 1974 

Deslogeres Trio, Maison de la Culture de Colombes

Concert-show by the Deslogeres Trio, projection of the musical works

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 1974 

“Music for the Eye”, Maison de la Culture de Reims

 1974 

“Music for the Eye”, Maison de la Culture de Marly

Study for Metaforms and electronic music, music by Marcel Dortort

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 1974 

“Adagio” and “Anaklasis”, International Musicotherapy Congress

 1973 

Deslogères Trio, Paris and Collias

Orsay Faculty and Collias Festival: concert-show with the Deslogères Trio, "Vision des Temps Immémoriaux", music by Antoine Tisné and "Quatuor pour la Fin du Temps", music by Olivier Messian, first creation.

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 1973 

“Music for the Eye”, University Center for Jewish Studies, Paris

 1972 

“Music for the Eye”, Holstebro Museum, Denmark

Two "Music for the Eye" evenings

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 1972 

Graphexpo, Paris

Projections in a blown structure

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 1972 

Graphic Design Days, Dijon

Projections of "Adagio", "Anaklasis" and "Sol de Compiègne"

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 1971 

Stockhausen’s “Hymnen”, Théâtre de la Ville, Paris

Scenography created on a forty meters screen, the same show will be given in various Maison de la Culture in France and in Latin America.

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 1971 

“The Dorian Horizon”, International Music Weeks, Paris

Music by Toru Takemitsu, first production

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 1971 

“Music for the Eye”, Musée de la Ville de Paris

First evening introduced by Maurice Fleuret, state secretary for music. Other performances at the Châtillon-sous-Bagneux Cultural Center and the Jewish Clubs Center in Paris

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 1970 

10th International Image Festival, Epinal

Leitz France Grand Prix for "Adagio"

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 1970 

Stockhausen’s “Hymnen”, Maison de la Culture, Grenoble

Prelude in images, projections for Stockhausen's "Hymnen". Dance: Ballet Théâtre Contemporain, first production

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 1970 

Music and Images Festival, Aix-en-Provence

"Adagio" and "Anaklasis"

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 1969 

Poetic works and “Anaklasis”, Palais de l’Europe, Menton

Week of daily projections of poetic works and "Anaklasis"

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 1969 

“La Fête des Belles Eaux” by Olivier Messian

Music of Olivier Messian and "Adagio", music of Bela Bartok, first production

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 1969 

New encounter with E. B. Weill, Toulouse Cultural Center

Lecture and projection of poetic and musical works

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 1969 

24 heures de l’Image, Théâtre de l’Ouest Parisien

"Anaklasis", "Sol de Compiègne" (enlarged version on three screens), "Adagio"

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 1969 

“Bip dans la vie moderne et future”, Théâtre de la Musique, Paris

Projections by Jacques Noel & E. B. Weill for "Bip dans la vie moderne et future", Marcel Marceau's mime first production given afterwards in New York, Nederland, Germany etc

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 1968 

“Anaklasis”, Paris

Lecture and screening of poetic works for International Students. "Anaklasis", music of Penderecki, fisrt musical production by E. B. Weill.

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 1967 

“Rimbaud Ganzo Recital”, Alliance Française Theater

Interludes for a "Rimbaud Ganzo Recital" by Bernard Mermod and Christiane Jousik: "Aube" and "Ophélie" by Arthur Rimbaud and "La Pieuvre", the first staging of poems by Robert Ganzo.

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 1967 

“Visual Arts of Movement”, Vaison-la-Romaine

Screening of "Sol de Compiègne", "Aube" and "Ophélie"

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 1967 

Dieppe Popular University

Lecture and screening of "Sol de Compiègne", "Aube" and "Ophélie"

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 1967 

Louviers Museum

Screening of "Sol de Compiègne", "Aube" and "Ophélie

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 1967 

Encounter with E. B. Weill, Toulouse Cultural Center

Screening of "Sol de Compiègne", "Aube" and "Ophélie"

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 1966 

“La Ballade de l’Étranger”, Freiburg im Breisgau University

Mimodram by Charles Bensoussan, moving metaform and decor by E.B. Weill, first production.

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 1965 

Variations I & II and “Le Bateau Ivre”, Saarbrücken and Geneva

French Institute in Saarbrücken: reading and screening of "Variations I & II", "le Bateau Ivre" and other metaforms. Théâtre de la Cour Saint-Pierre in Geneva: same programme as at the Vieux Colombier Theater in Paris. Other shows at the "Collège Culturel" of Merzé and at the "Vaison-la-Romaine Festival" (+ "Sol de Compiègne", poem by Robert…

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 1965 

Interludes for a poetic recital, Théâtre du Vieux Colombier, Paris

Interludes for a poetic recital by Bernard Mermod and first production of "Le Bateau Ivre", Arthur Rimbaud's poem.

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 1964 

Variations I & II, French Institute, Cologne

Conference of E.B.Weill and sreening of Variations I & II and some metaforms.

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 1964 

Marguerite Bougai Ballets, Paris and Malakoff

Projections of moving metaform scenary for Marguerite Bougai Ballets at the "Cité Universitaire" Theater in Paris and the "Maison de l'Enfance" in Malakoff

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 1964 

“Gamme de 7”, Gérard Philippe Theater, Saint-Denis

Projections of moving scenary for "Gamme de 7", show staged by Jacques Polièri.

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 1964 

Variations I & II, Royaumont Cultural Center

Variations I & II (Tout est né d'un seul signe), images (metaforms) and film by Etienne Bertrand Weill, music by Gilbert Amy, film 16 mm, produced by Service de la Recherche of French Television. Variations is screened at the Colloque sur le Signe in Royaumont Cultural Center.

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 1960 

“Trois auteurs nouveaux”

"Trois auteurs nouveaux" (Three new authors) : Jean Pierre Faye, Fernando Arrabal, Jean Thibeaudeau ; projections for a show staged by Jacques Poliéri, Alliance Française Theater, Paris

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