Emese Nagy

Feb 21. – 25. 2022
9:30Uhr -11:00 Uhr / local training exchange

Photo credit : Nóra Little

Emese Nagy is a Hungarian choreographer / dancer / teacher. She is based in München, Germany. She graduated at the Contemporary department of the Hungarian Dance Academy. As a dancer she has worked with companies and choreographers from Europe and from Israel, where she trained with the Batsheva Dance Company. 

She was awarded the title of Emerging choreographer at Springboard Danse Montreal 2018, a position she also held at La Biennale Di Venezia 2020.

In 2017 Emese co-founded ‘MA•ZE’ and now works as a freelance dance artist with choreographers such as Hiroaki Umeda, Yaniv Cohen, Yaniv Avraham, Guy Shomroni, Jasmine Ellis, Jack Gallagher, Máté Mészáros, Lior Lazarof, Krisztián Gergye, János Feledi and László Fülöp to name a few. 

Class description
My main focus is improvisation and I combine elements and inspirations from different movement methods. With this way of training I would like to become more aware and generous by multitasking. The practise is an active play in embodied presence that constantly harvests the imagination.

Trainings explore both solo and ensemble through exercises that are playful and challenging. Every exercise expresses the relationship between attention, awareness, and action.

You engage your heart simultaneously, building solid improvisational skills, and uncovering another sense of play. www.instagram.com/mazedance.co/

professional training/training exchange
Time
: Monday – Friday 9:30Uhr – 11:00Uhr
Price: 5, – € per class or 20, – € for the whole week.
Location: Thorwaldsenstraße 29 80335 München, Germany

Current Covid Rules are 2G+
** you must pre-register for class here **
• space limited
­• present vaccination proof
­• present a negative Antigen-Schnelltest less than 24hrs old ( no self-test allowed)
­• If you reserve a spot and don’t cancel 48hr beforehand, you are obliged to pay, even if you don’t attend. As you have taken a spot that could have been used by someone else.