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VIDEO. This is what the official dance of the 2024 Olympics will look like

2023-12-08T19:28:26.488Z

Highlights: The official dance of the 2024 Olympics will look like a simple gesture. Professional and amateur dancers presented the official choreography of the Paris Olympic Games on Thursday 7 December in Saint-Denis. The choreography will be broadcast for the first time during the Telethon on December 8 and 9, 2023. "The key word, really, is joy, good mood. To get along with everyone, to dance with everyone," says Dominique Hervieu, director of culture for Paris 2024.


"Simple", "inclusive" and with music by Gotan Project: the choreography designed for the Paris Olympic Games has been revealed for


A "simple" gesture, references to archery, football, basketball or boxing, all to music by Gotan Project: professional and amateur dancers presented the official choreography of the Paris Olympic Games on Thursday 7 December in Saint-Denis. "You don't have to be very, very, very fit. You can do it just for the sake of being on the move. And so, it brings together professionals and amateurs," explains Dominique Hervieu, choreographer and director of culture for Paris 2024.

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Imagined by choreographer Mourad Merzouki, this choreography will be broadcast for the first time during the Telethon on December 8 and 9, 2023. "The key word, really, is joy, good mood. To get along with everyone, to dance with everyone, to be able to share together from all generations. That was really the goal when we did this choreography! Smiles dancer Romeo Traetto.

Source: leparis

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