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A week long intensive with Jasmin Vardimon Company and an insight in to the Jasmin Vardimon Professional Development Certificate. An opportunity for professional artists and students in professional training to take part in a week long intensive with Jasmin Vardimon Company.
Each participant will have the opportunity to explore and gain insight to the working practices of the Jasmin Vardimon Company as well as experience a taster of the new Jasmin Vardimon Company Professional Development Certificate.
The week will include daily technique classes, repertory and creative sessions in dance and theatre practices and is an opportunity to develop as a dance artist both technically and creatively and explore the work of Jasmin Vardimon in the company's new home - The Jasmin Vardimon Production Space.
Places will be managed on a first come first served basis. Unfortunately we are unable to provide refunds so please ensure any necessary visas are in place prior to booking your place.
Dates: Monday 6th January 2013 - Friday 10th January 2014
Cost: £250 for the full week or £65 per day
Venue: The Jasmin Vardimon Production Space, The Stour Centre, Tannery Lane, Ashford, Kent, TN23 1PL
Suitable for dance students in professional training or professional dancers
Booking: To book your place, please email: email@example.com
Please ensure you provide the following information: Name, Email, Address, Phone Number, Medical Information if applicable, Dance Experience and your Age.
LUCKY TRIMMER showcases a selection of short performances in bite-sized chunks; no more than 10 minutes each.We spotlight both emerging and established performing artists who ́s work captures our hearts and minds; delivering pieces that disturb us, delight us, steal our breath, provoke and blaze new trails.
LUCKY TRIMMER presents a multi-faceted vision of what contemporary dance is today combining artistical excellence with the lightness of entertainment.
HOW Submit your Application Form and Video online at: www.luckytrimmer.com We only accept pieces that are 10 min. maximum
Deadline for application: May 1st 2014 // Announcement: July 15th 2014 Submissions are subject to an application fee of €15.
This workshop is being devised specially for Oxford Dance Forum so will be a unique opportunity to explore contact work from improvisation into choreography. If you've ever seen Retina's performances you'll know why this workshop is described as 'dynamic'.
To book please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 07958 002207
Venue: Theatre, Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2AQ
Date and time: Friday 29 November 11am - 4.45pm
Cost: £30 to Oxford Dance Forum by cheque or bank transfer
Retina is renowned for its partner and group contact work, which ranges from quirky to visceral to emotive. Retina's company dancers will share contact movement vocabulary and techniques for lifting and moving together as well as allowing time to explore your own contact moments.
Working from both Belgium and the UK, Retina's Artistic Director Filip Van Huffel has established a particular working methodology that emphasises his investigation of pure movement that affects the viewer theatrically through a physically vibrant movement quality - www.retinadance.com.
This workshop is suitable for professional dancers, graduates and advanced students of dance and physical theatre. It is open to artists from anywhere, not just those based in Oxford.
How do we create dance theatre that maintains its sense of 'liveness'; work that doesn't die the more we rehearse and perform it. I am interested in the performers connection to each other, to the audience and to their own material. And how these connections can create work that feels generous and inclusive.
The workshop will be an opportunity to explore our devising process. We will look at how we use movement as a way of discovering scenarios and characters and we will look at how we can use games and play to not only prepare ourselves for creating but as a way of generating the work itself.
In.Da.Work.S* presents: The Liveness Workshop with Ben Duke (Lost Dog)
Who: For dancers, actors and physical performance practitioners at professional level and dancers in final year training.
Where: The Workroom, Tramway, 25 Albert Drive Glasgow, G41 2PE. 0141 276 0950
When: Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th december 2013, 11 - 5pm both days
Cost: Early bird discount if payment made before 22nd November 2013, normal £60 / student £50. Price after that - normal £70 / student £60
no refund for cancellation
For booking please send us an email to email@example.com and please include a little information about your training & performance back ground
Vertigo Dance Company International masterclass & auditions International spring workshop for dancers, 7-10/4/14, instructed by Noa Wertheim and Rina Wertheim-Koren
This will be a 4 day workshop, which will incorporate the unique body- language which Noa Wertheim developed throughout her years of work in Vertigo.
The particular language of the company has been influenced and inspired by various sources from within the body-movement- field and extending beyond it. It is based on Classical Ballet and the technique of Release; it converses with Contact Dance Improvisation and leans towards the wisdom of the body as practiced in Eastern Martial Arts such as Tai-chi and Chi-gong.
The workshop will deal with the company's repertoire and the language that has been created throughout its years; we'll look at its sources and at the fusion of movement which has been co-created by Noa Wertheim and her sister the Dancer Rina Wertheim-Koren.
Location: The workshop & auditions will take place at Vertigo Eco-Art-Village, based on Kibbutz Netiv Halamed-He, in the Ella Valley. Israel.
For more information - +972-2-9900235
Due to a few people unable to take their places for the EWC classes next week at The Studio Festival Theatre Edinburgh, we have a few place now available. If you are interested please contact Artistic Director, Davina Givan by email as soon as possible.
Class will be delivered by Errol White and Davina Givan.
The principle elements of the class work will focus on skeletal alignment; articulate placement and core stability. Leading the dancers to move fluidly with precision, power and strength facilitating a neutral and controlled understanding of the body's physicality in performance.
Introductory offer of £12 for three days (£4 per class). Dancers are asked to commit to the three day schedule.
NB - Advance booking essential and full non-refundable payment of the full amount on first day will be applicable.
All classes take place at The Studio, Festival Theatre, Edinburgh.
Class will run from 10.30-12.30 Wednesday & Thursday and Friday from 12.30-2.30. The studio will be free from 10am to warm up.
This opportunity is only open to professional dancers and BA graduates.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
18th - 22nd November Navala Chaudhari: Talking Bodies. Rooting the workshop in her experience with Eastman, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui's company, Navala will look at concepts of risk, trust, instinct, fragility while encouraging theatrical inputs to nourish movement with meaning.
The workshop will begin with a dynamic warm up drawing from the many techniques I have researched including elements from yoga, martial arts, floor work and contemporary dance. We will focus on finding freedom in movement, taking the attention to breath in order to recycle energy and use the body efficiently.
Looking at concepts of risk, trust, moving with necessity, instinct, speed, fragility, softness and tensión.
Through an open and process driven atmosphere, I will slowly encourage theatrical inputs and images to give meaning to movement. Using specific energies and clear images to enhance creativity and physicality.
Each participant will be invited to create their own material as well as develop and transform taught repertoire phrases inspired by the companies I have worked with.
Monday - Thursday: 10.30 - 16.00, Friday: 11.30 - 18.00 at Tripspace, Arch 339, Acton Mews, London, E8 4EA. (2 minutes walking distance from Haggerston Overground)
To book email email@example.com. Rates: £135/£115 Conc. (Early bird rate: £120/£100 Conc). Bookings before 31st of October
Darren Ellis Dance are offering professional dance artists and students in professional training an opportunity to take a master class (Cunningham) with Darren Ellis. This will at Studio B (Brixton) on the 11 & 12 November from 11am till 1pm at a cost of £7 per class. There will be limited capacity, so this will be on a first come first served basis.
Dates: 11 & 12 November
Time: 11am - 1pm
Studio b Address: 130 Brixton Hill SW2 1RS
Nearest Tube/ Train Station: Brixton
Sky Arts bursaries for artists aged between 18-30. £30,000 is available for dancers and choreographers who wish to apply, follow the link below for more details and for the application form.
The bursaries are designed to help talented individuals from a range of creative disciplines focus on their creative practice for a whole year. In addition to the funding, winners are paired with creative and business mentors to support their development.
The deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 6 December. Find out more and apply at www.ideastap.com/sky