So Parker posted the show video in the DVN thread and
Originally Posted by Parker
Somewhat relevant, the music used in the show was composed by Thierry De Mey and Peter Vermeersch as soundtrack to Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker's dance piece Rosas Danst Rosas
first performed in 1983. It's the inaugural work of her dance company Rosas founded the same year and for which Dries Van Noten has been a frequent costume designer over the years (Drumming, 1998; Rain, 2001; Raga for the Rainy Season / A Love Supreme, 2005)
1983 saw Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s international breakthrough with the piece called Rosas danst Rosas. This production opened at the Kaaitheater Festival in Brussels and at the same time signalled the official inauguration of the Rosas company. The four female dancers who originally formed Rosas were all ex-students of Mudra: Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and Michèle Anne De Mey were joined by Fumiyo Ikeda and Adriana Borriello. The music for Rosas danst Rosas, composed by Thierry De Mey and Peter Vermeersch, came into being in parallel with the choreography. The performance is composed of five parts, and both the dance and the music are based on repetitive, minimalist principles.
The drive in this body machine is tempered by a series of ‘very familiar, everyday movements’: the abstraction then changes into a series of small, concrete emotional narratives which the spectator recognises and is moved by.
A performance of Rosas Danst Rosas was put to film by Thierry De Mey in 1997, it's much shorter than the orginal piece which is about 110min long. Here's most of it, it's worth a watch if you have 1/2 hour to kill (or jump to part 2 if you're in a hurry) and are not allergic to contemporary dance.