Sep. 4. – 8. 9:30 – 11:00h / professional training
Active as a multi-faceted performing artist based in Brussels since 1993. In a career spanning more than 30 years, he has enjoyed collaborating as a choreographer, dancer, singer, performer, visual artist, teacher and coach on projects spanning baroque opera to urban dance video. He has played a vital role in shaping creations by iconic names in the European dance world like Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods and Rosas / Anne Teresa de Keersmaker as well as launched landmark dance initiatives such as the Crash Landing and Performance Hotel events, the PEP performance program, and multimedia installations with longtime creative partners LaborGras (Berlin), Collectif du Lion (BE) amongst many others.
Dynamic Movement Systems
Is a technique class with an emphasis on weight, falling, redirecting energy, accentuating sensations of unfamiliar co-ordinations and torsions. Rhythm and accents awaken the neuromuscular abilities of the body towards virtuosity, precision and articulation that challenge the dancer’s habitual movement patterns. The exercises or etudes encourage an emphasis on universal laws of motion and reveal motion itself rather than shape and gestures.
The gradual training from floor to standing to travelling and jumping constitute a thorough work out that by the end of the class leave a taste of ‘everything is possible’ in a vibrant body. More importantly, the class is building a practice in motion with useful technical tips for long and healthy dancing, encouraging the dancer to get to know their body and expand its fitness level as well as its creative capacity.
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professional training/local training exchange
Time: Monday – Friday 9:30h – 11:00h
Price: 5, – € per class or 20, – € for the whole week.
Location: T29 – dance space / Thorwaldsenstraße 29, 80335 München, Germany
Current Class Rules
• space limited
• first come first serve
• no late entries to class.