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„You can change your life
in a dance class.”

Royston Maldoom, dancer and choreographer
(e.g. „Rhythm is it“, Berliner Philharmoniker, 2004)

The idea for the HUMAN European Culture Project was born in Brussels-Molenbeek, in the district that made headlines due to raids and arrests following the attacks in Paris and Brussels. Since then, the burning question, not just here but worldwide has been: how can different cultures live together peacefully across all traditions, lifestyles and philosophies?

Following the initiative of Molenbeek’s Imelda high school, HUMAN is finding new and moving forms of expression. The values of the UN’s human rights such as freedom, equality, work, home are reflected on and brought to life in a breathtaking HUMAN community dance performance.

World-famous choreographer, Royston Maldoom, is lending his support to the team of choreographers consisting of Wilfried van Poppel, Amaya Lubeigt, Nanni Kloke, Susan Barnett and Jordi Puigdefabregas. A contemporary piece of music specially composed by Helge Burggrabe for orchestra and percussion provides the musical background for the HUMAN community dance performance.