This dramatic ballet by choreographer Raza Hammadi explores the intimate and austere world of the Brontë family, famous for its literary talents. We discover little by little the relations of domination between the authoritarian father and his children carried by a lyrical and skin-deep dance. Children, on the other hand, are both submissive, rebels, secrets and accomplices...
Born in Tunisia, Raza Hammadi trained at the Matt Mattox School from 1976. He soon became the teaching assistant of this great master of jazz dance and was one of the first jazz dance teachers to be invited to the Maurice Béjart School and various international courses.
A dancer and choreographer, he took over the artistic direction in Paris of the Ballet Jazz Art company in 1981 and pursued a teaching career in France and abroad.
In parallel with the creations of his own company, he has been invited regularly since 1990 for the production or reproduction of works by foreign companies such as: L'Opéra de Budapest, Ballet de l'Opéra de Goteborg, Ballet National de Tunisie, Ballet de l'Opéra de Naples, La Compagnie Carte Blanche en Norvège, Budapest Dance Theater, La compagnie Ismaël Aboudou – île de la Réunion, La Compagnie Sphinx de Vienne en Autriche, La Compagnie Isadora de Bologne.
In 1995, Raza Hammadi opened his Parisian school where he taught his dance style with different teachers. Thanks to this training, he taught his Art to many choreographers, dancers and artists.