German choreographer Pina Bausch, born in 1940 and founder of the ground breaking Tanztheater Wuppertal whose dance theater style met with wide international acclaim, died in 2009. Her theater, her dance and her art was a brilliant blend of classical dance, improvisation, performance, pantomime, acrobatics, song and the spoken word. A spoken word forever expressed in several languages, reflecting the various nationalities of the company member and Pina Bausch’s talent for listening, looking and loving.
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