Please find below information about current and forthcoming Burrows and Fargion projects:
Jonathan And Matteo continue regular touring and have just finished London shows of One Flute Note and Body Not Fit For Purpose, followed by an 8 piece retrospective at Teatro Maria Matos in Lisbon and a further 4 pieces at the Teatro Municipal in Porto.
Forthcoming dates include a performance in Tim Etchells and Vlatka Horvat's London flat, Performatik at Kaaitheater Brussels, Glasgow Tramway, Gennevilliers, a 9 piece retrospective in Philadelphia, Tanzwerkstatt Europa Munich, Bit Teatergarasjen Bergen, Cardiff and a retrospective in Edmonton Canada.
The relationship with the Nightingale Brighton continues, with a new touring concept piloting later this year called The Return Of The Salon, taking place in non-theatre spaces and featuring invited guests.
The pair also plan a year long online project with Sadler's Wells called 52 Portraits, to run throughout 2016.
Jonathan and Matteo are currently directing a new translation of Morton Feldman's For John Cage, realised and performed by Eleanor Sikorski and Flora Wellesley Wesley, creating a new version of their first duo Both Sitting Duet, but this time for two standing women and a vocabulary of physical touch: opening November 26th 2015.
They will begin work in May 2015 towards a new performance piece for major contemporary music group Ensemble Musikfabrik in Cologne.
Performance Research Magazine will publish an article this Autumn written by Jonathan on the 2014 Venice Biennale commission Body Not Fit For Purpose.
Jonathan has been present as an outside eye for Sue Maclaine's theatre piece Can I Start Again Please for the SICK Festival in Manchester and Brighton, also showing at Camden People's Theatre: opening Manchester March 16th 2015.
He's working alongside Gillie Kleinman on movement direction for The Almeida production of The Bakkhai, directed by James Macdonald, with a new translation by Anne Carson and music by Orlando Gough: opening August 27th 2015.
In Autumn 2015 Jonathan will collaborate with Tine Van Aerschot on movement for her new performance provisionally titled When in doubt, duck: opening Kaaitheater Brussels December 2015.
He also finished a new piece titled Everything All At Once Everywhere, for students at Chichester University, which is currently touring.
Matteo is currently working on a new quartet with choreographer Karl Jay Lewin, following the success of the duet Extremely Bad Dancing to Extremely French Music, which toured Scotland widely last year and had an extended run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
He's also working on a commission for the renowned Bozzini string quartet in Montreal.
Jonathan has helped organise PAF London with Frank Bock and Gitta Wigro, March 28th/29th, a two day occupation of Siobhan Davies Studios with Jan Ritsema, Bojana Cvejić, Mårten Spångberg and 112 other people.
He will give a day long masterclass March 19th, for practice-based Phd students of Brighton University and Royal Holloway, looking at questions of research.
He just finished co-directing the Sadler's Wells Back To The Lab hip hop mentoring project alongside legend Jonzi D, and will direct phase 2 of the Sadler's Wells 4 year Summer University starting September 2015.
Other workshops in 2015 include Lisbon, Porto, a 3 day hip hop mentoring project for Teatre Mercat de les Flors Barcelona, Glasgow, P.A.R.T.S Brussels, Philadelphia, Impulstanz Vienna, Tanzwerkstatt Europa Munich, Edmonton and P.A.R.T.S. Lausanne.
Matteo is also leading composition workshops this year for Impulstanz Vienna, Tanzwerkstatt Munich, Philadelphia, Bern and Edmonton.