Workshop-Lab Rhytmic, Dancing Body & Performance: Tango, Milonga & Candombe from off the Dalcroze Method

This workshop-lab proposes to deep in and to enrich the research of dance language approaching the rhythmics of the tango music. Hence for accessing angles for further choreographic work-mode. The dance dramaturge Gabriela Zuarez will gear the workshop-Lab in collaboration with guest-teacher- artist Carla Fonseca (UNA, University of the Arts Buenos Aires) specialized in Rhythmics, Theatre and Music and with the guest-musician Gerardo Agnese (Tango Tinto Orchestra) as musical accompanist. The goal of the workshop is to entry the musical domain of three specific rhythms in the tango music, those are: Tango, Milonga en Candombe which will be approached from the Dalcroze method. Within this context the participants will learn, experiment and develop performative outcomes which will be featured in an ad-hoc presentation on the last workshop day. Another goal of the workshop is to approximate Gabriela Zuarez developments in language. All the material will be documented. Date: week 9 -13 july 2018 full-day (5 days-workshop, inclusive open presentation on Friday 13/7 at 19:00) Location: ICK| Studio De Vlugt Burgemeester de Vlugtlaan 125 in Amsterdam The Netherlands. Scroll downChoreographic Residence 2017
Submissions: Motivation letter, short CV, video links before 15 June to . Places are limited. The selected candidates must purchase the fee within 72 hours their place has been confirmed.
Payment: IBAN NL64 RABO 0309 9468 83; BIC RABONL2U; Stg Dance-Theatre Development Homerustraat 15 3822BA Amersfoort NL
For whom: Professional contemporary/ modern dancers, performers with background in Tango, folklore or ballroom; professional actors and musicians with dance background or relevant physical training; active dance teachers and tango dancers with further relevant condition training. Target: The workshop is intended to those motivated dancers who are interested to enlarge their vision about vocabulary, choreography and contemporary performance, to learn key-musical devices, to approach the subject 'Tango' into a wider performative scope.