Tickets are up to 30% OFF for Members this season! Plus, NYU Skirball Members gain access to exclusive online and in-person events offering behind-the-scenes insights into our artists and our productions.


Raimund Hoghe Company members Emmanuel Eggermont and Luca Giacomo Schulte have created an evening of works by the late German choreographer Raimund Hoghe in a tribute performed by his dancers. In this ephemeral performance, danced fragments chosen from his repertoire revive the wave of humanity and poetry that Hoghe was able to delicately place on each of his dancers and spectators. This performance gathers seven dancers who perform some of their most memorable parts from almost two decades of dance pieces with which Raimund Hoghe and his company performed all over the world.

Show More

German choreographer Raimund Hoghe (1949-2021) began his career as a journalist writing portraits of outsiders and celebrities for the German weekly newspaper “Die Zeit”. These were later compiled in several books. From 1980 to 1989 he worked as dramaturge for Pina Bausch’s Tanztheater Wuppertal and since 1989 he started working on his own theatre pieces for various dancers and actors. His performances have been presented all over Europe, as well as in North and South America, Asia and Australia. During his long career, Raimund received numerous awards and has published books in Germany, France, the UK, and the USA. Hoghe died in 2021 in Dusseldorf.

Zvonimir Dobrović (curator)

Founder and Artistic Director of Queer Zagreb and Perforations festivals as well as Executive Producer of Sounded Bodies Festival in Croatia. He has been an invited curator of festivals and performing arts programs around the world and regularly presents and produces up to 80 public events a year in Croatia and internationally. He has extensive experience and expertise in arts management and fundraising. He edited over 40 books, taught arts management and curating classes as guest speaker at numerous Universities, Academies and other formal and informal education programs including Yale, Columbia and NYU.


Supported by the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ International Guest Performance Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.


The Queer New York International Festival is partially funded by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, City of Zagreb – Office for Culture and Goethe-Institut New York.

NYU Skirball’s programs are made possible in part with support from the National Endowment for the Arts; the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature; and by Howard Gilman Foundation; FUSED (French U.S. Exchange in Dance), a program of FACE Foundation in partnership with Villa Albertine; General Delegation of the Government of Flanders to the USA; Collins Building Services; Korean Cultural Center New York, Marta Heflin Foundation; Harkness Foundation for Dance; as well as our valued donors through memberships, commissioning, and Stage Pass Fund support.

Goethe Institut

Show Less
Ornella Balestra, Luca Giacomo Schulte, Takashi Ueno, Lorenzo De Brabandere and Ji Hye Chung © José Caldeira / TMP
Adrien Dantou and Luca Giacomo Schulte © José Caldeira / TMP
Marion Ballester and Emmanuel Eggermont © José Caldeira / TMP
Lorenzo De Brabandere, Ornella Balestra and Takashi Ueno © José Caldeira / TMP
Ornella Balestra and Takashi Ueno © José Caldeira / TMP
Adrien Dantou, Luca Giacomo Schulte, Astrid Bas and Lorenzo De Brabandere © José Caldeira / TMP
Ensemble © José Caldeira / TMP