Alessandro Marzotto Levy

March 23. – 27.

Alessandro is a freelance dance maker, festival organizer and curator who’s based in Berlin. He has started his career joining ITdansa in Barcelona and then moved to Holland to develop his choreographic skills. Here he took part in Random Collision and eventually found himself going back to the UK to establish his own company in Bristol. He has danced works ranging from Jiri Kylian to Ohad Naharin and has had the chance to collaborate on freelance projects with Jasmine Ellis, Leo Lerus, Wubkje Kuindersma among others. Among programming dance nights and circus festivals, Alessandro is also a qualified Traditional Thai massage and Thai Yoga massage practitioner always trying to expand his knowledge about the body and different holistic practices.

Class Description

I see the class partly as research into the body and partly as a way to really move in space. Through a slow but active warm up I wish to get to a point in which the dancers are really moving in space using release sequences. The class that I teach is a class that focuses on getting the body warm through awareness exercises and routines that require bringing concentration and breath to different parts of the body in order to be able to dance to the maximum of our potential.

Obviously I like dancing, we will dance, that’s for sure. I find teaching class a really great experience that encourages dancers to connect with the joy of moving and the feeling of satisfaction within themselves…I want the dancers to finish the class feeling like they just had a good time!

Time: Monday – Friday 09:30am – 11:00am

Price: 5,- € per class or 20,-€ for the whole week

Location: Tanztendenz München e.V. / Lindwurmstraße 88 / 5th floor, 80337 Munich

More Info:

Profi Training / Bad Lemons in Kooperation mit Tanztendenz München e.V. und Tanzbüro München. Mit freundlicher Unterstützung des Kulturreferats München. Diese Veranstaltung/ dieses Projekt wird ermöglicht durch den Bayerischen Landesverband für zeitgenössischen Tanz (BLZT) aus Mitteln des Bayerischen Staatsministeriums für Wissenschaft und Kunst.