German/English moderation

German/English moderation


Interview with the English choreographer Royston Maldoom following a screening of the documentary "Rhythm Is It!"


Royston Maldoom had lived in Berlin for many years and understood/spoke German


  • Request for consecutive interpreting
  • Briefing and consultation regarding the event (space, equipment, target group, objectives)
  • Decision to opt for bilingual moderation using an experienced consecutive interpreter with many years‘ experience in the field of dance
  • In-house solution


The choreographer was in all circumstances to be permitted to speak his mother tongue, to ensure a detailed and nuanced response. At the same time, participants were to be able to ask questions in German or in English.


  • Contractor: "The interpreting was wonderful."
  • Article on the film discussion in the local Emsdetter newspaper

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Proscenium, noun

- The area of a modern theatre that is located between the curtain and the audience
- The stage of an ancient theatre, located between the background and the audience

(Source: Oxford English Dictionary)