Emese Nagy ( MA•ZE Dance Co.)

April 29. – May 3. 2019

*this week of training is in collaboration with HIER=JETZT 2019

Emese has been working as a creator since 2014. Since then she has staged several dance pieces in various venues and festivals in Hungary and abroad. These include performances in Springboard Danse Montreal Canada, Agitart Festival Figueres, 10 times 6 Festival Berlin, DanceLab Festival in Skopje, the Antré series of Workshop Foundation Budapest, Sziget Festival Budapest, OFF program of Pécs National Theater Festival, Thelater Szeged, NEXTFESZT, Mu Theater Budapest and Trafó House of Contemporary Arts Budapest.

Emese was an Emerging Choreographer at Springboard Danse Montréal in 2018.

She was born in Hungary 1989, trained at the Hungarian Dance Academy. She participated in various dance companies around Budapest, such as Mu Terminal and Budapest Dance theatre and DART before co-creating MA•ZE. She is also a freelance dance artist and has worked with several choreographers creators such as Hiroaki Umeda, Yaniv Cohen,Yaniv Avraham,Guy Shomroni, Jack Gallagher, Máté Mészáros, Lior Lazarof,Krisztián Gergye, Ádám Fejes, János Feledi and János Mohácsi to name a few.

Class Description

We focus on practical exercises of improvisation, composition and performance. We discover and strengthen our body while  listening to our senses and imagination. We allow the experience of freedom and pleasure in areas that need improvement, whilst having fun and feeling comfortable.  It’s a fusion and a research that evolves constantly. I like adding some repertoire training as well to the classes, where you can get a glimpse of my creative process while trying on the varied movement language of MA•ZE

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: www.badlemonsdance.com

Profi Training/Bad Lemons in Kooperation mit Tanztendenz München e.V. und Tanzbüro Munich. The project is supported by the Kulturreferat of the LH MunichProfi 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.

About Bad Lemons Project

Driven by the belief that professional dance artists need access to continuous high-quality training, a meeting space and shared experiences Jasmine Ellis founded Bad Lemons Project for the independent dance scene in Munich. By providing professional training, training exchange and research projects a current and vibrant dance scene is promoted and strengthened.