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WORKSHOP- LAB 'Rhythmic, Dance & Performance: Tango, Milonga & Candombe from off the Dalcroze Method'
9 -13 JULY 2018 AMSTERDAM
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 (program). 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. Submissions: Motivation letterr, short CV, video links to . Places are limited. The selected candidates must purchase the fee within 72 hours after the confirmation. Partial/ full scholarships available (here). Registrations, discounts and conditions...Scroll down
Date: 9 -13 july 2018 full-day (5 days-workshop, inclusive open presentation on Friday 13 July at 19:00). Location: ICK| Studio De Vlugt Burgemeester de Vlugtlaan 125 in Amsterdam The Netherlands. Registrations: early-bird € 360,00 till the 30 June for Dansmagazine and ICK company groups; student fee € 325,00 ; discounts for cultural/ educational institutions (groups); standaard price € 480,00. Payments: 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/or 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. Terms and conditions.