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September 2017
Wed 20.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional Training with Michael Langeneckert
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Professional Training

Professional Training with Michael Langeneckert

  • Wed 20.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

For his contemporary training, Michael Langeneckert draws from 30 years of experience as a professional dancer, choreographer and head trainer. His classes combine release technique, bodywork, improvisation and conditioning. The floor work technique is preceded by warming-up the body on multiple levels. This then advances into defined variations. The focus then shifts to the development of physical intensity and complex movement sequences in space. Central element of the training is the continuous flow of movement and building a connection to beats and energetic sounds, which support the physical body. This is a technical dance training oriented on current tendencies in contemporary dance.

Michael Langeneckert works as a rehearsal director at the Staatstheater Mainz since 2015. He received his training as a dancer in Freiburg and has since worked as a freelancer both at multiple municipal and state theatres in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. He most recently worked with choreographers such as e.g. Sharon Eyal, Johannes Wieland, Club Guy and Roni, Guy Nader and Maria Campos, Koen Augustijnen, Garry Stewart. In Freiburg, he directed his own independent dance company Rebound Prod from 2001 until 2007. He choreographed numerous pieces for his company and was also guest choreographer at various theatres in different formats. As a teacher for contemporary dance, he has taught theatre companies across Germany, at independent centres such as the Tanzhaus NRW Düsseldorf, Marameo Berlin, K3 Hamburg as well as in Holland, Austria, Hungary and Switzerland.

Tue 19.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional Training with Michael Langeneckert
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Professional Training

Professional Training with Michael Langeneckert

  • Tue 19.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

For his contemporary training, Michael Langeneckert draws from 30 years of experience as a professional dancer, choreographer and head trainer. His classes combine release technique, bodywork, improvisation and conditioning. The floor work technique is preceded by warming-up the body on multiple levels. This then advances into defined variations. The focus then shifts to the development of physical intensity and complex movement sequences in space. Central element of the training is the continuous flow of movement and building a connection to beats and energetic sounds, which support the physical body. This is a technical dance training oriented on current tendencies in contemporary dance.

Michael Langeneckert works as a rehearsal director at the Staatstheater Mainz since 2015. He received his training as a dancer in Freiburg and has since worked as a freelancer both at multiple municipal and state theatres in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. He most recently worked with choreographers such as e.g. Sharon Eyal, Johannes Wieland, Club Guy and Roni, Guy Nader and Maria Campos, Koen Augustijnen, Garry Stewart. In Freiburg, he directed his own independent dance company Rebound Prod from 2001 until 2007. He choreographed numerous pieces for his company and was also guest choreographer at various theatres in different formats. As a teacher for contemporary dance, he has taught theatre companies across Germany, at independent centres such as the Tanzhaus NRW Düsseldorf, Marameo Berlin, K3 Hamburg as well as in Holland, Austria, Hungary and Switzerland.

Mon 18.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional Training with Michael Langeneckert
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Professional Training

Professional Training with Michael Langeneckert

  • Mon 18.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

For his contemporary training, Michael Langeneckert draws from 30 years of experience as a professional dancer, choreographer and head trainer. His classes combine release technique, bodywork, improvisation and conditioning. The floor work technique is preceded by warming-up the body on multiple levels. This then advances into defined variations. The focus then shifts to the development of physical intensity and complex movement sequences in space. Central element of the training is the continuous flow of movement and building a connection to beats and energetic sounds, which support the physical body. This is a technical dance training oriented on current tendencies in contemporary dance.

Michael Langeneckert works as a rehearsal director at the Staatstheater Mainz since 2015. He received his training as a dancer in Freiburg and has since worked as a freelancer both at multiple municipal and state theatres in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. He most recently worked with choreographers such as e.g. Sharon Eyal, Johannes Wieland, Club Guy and Roni, Guy Nader and Maria Campos, Koen Augustijnen, Garry Stewart. In Freiburg, he directed his own independent dance company Rebound Prod from 2001 until 2007. He choreographed numerous pieces for his company and was also guest choreographer at various theatres in different formats. As a teacher for contemporary dance, he has taught theatre companies across Germany, at independent centres such as the Tanzhaus NRW Düsseldorf, Marameo Berlin, K3 Hamburg as well as in Holland, Austria, Hungary and Switzerland.

Sun 17.09.2017 | 17:00 - 17:40
Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move
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Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move

  • Sun 17.09.2017 | 17:00 - 17:40
  • Kurpark Bad Homburg (Russische Kirche), Paul-Ehrlich-Weg 2, 61348 Bad Homburg vor der Höhe
  • freier Eintritt

Japanese scientists have discovered that people, who spend a lot of time in nature, have better immune systems, suffer less from stress and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. This has set off a trend (at least in Asia): forest bathing – walking through woodlands, while perceiving nature with all your senses. This fascinates Canan Erek. Her choreography Green Move visits various spa gardens, which have always been places of healing. The dance performance wanders within the different parks and takes the audience with it on a stroll. Erek’s piece is the second Ensemble Mobil, initiated by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

The performances will be shifted in case of rain.

“Green Move” will take place in other spa parks of Rhine-Main region. The exact dates will be announced soon.

Sun 17.09.2017 | 14:00 - 14:40
Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move
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Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move

  • Sun 17.09.2017 | 14:00 - 14:40
  • Kurpark Bad Homburg (Russische Kirche), Paul-Ehrlich-Weg 2, 61348 Bad Homburg vor der Höhe
  • freier Eintritt

Japanese scientists have discovered that people, who spend a lot of time in nature, have better immune systems, suffer less from stress and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. This has set off a trend (at least in Asia): forest bathing – walking through woodlands, while perceiving nature with all your senses. This fascinates Canan Erek. Her choreography Green Move visits various spa gardens, which have always been places of healing. The dance performance wanders within the different parks and takes the audience with it on a stroll. Erek’s piece is the second Ensemble Mobil, initiated by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

The performances will be shifted in case of rain.

“Green Move” will take place in other spa parks of Rhine-Main region. The exact dates will be announced soon.

Sun 17.09.2017 | 11:00 - 11:40
Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move
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Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move

  • Sun 17.09.2017 | 11:00 - 11:40
  • Kurpark Bad Homburg (Russische Kirche), Paul-Ehrlich-Weg 2, 61348 Bad Homburg vor der Höhe
  • freier Eintritt

Japanese scientists have discovered that people, who spend a lot of time in nature, have better immune systems, suffer less from stress and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. This has set off a trend (at least in Asia): forest bathing – walking through woodlands, while perceiving nature with all your senses. This fascinates Canan Erek. Her choreography Green Move visits various spa gardens, which have always been places of healing. The dance performance wanders within the different parks and takes the audience with it on a stroll. Erek’s piece is the second Ensemble Mobil, initiated by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

The performances will be shifted in case of rain.

“Green Move” will take place in other spa parks of Rhine-Main region. The exact dates will be announced soon.

Sat 16.09.2017 | 18:00 - 18:40
Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move
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Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move

  • Sat 16.09.2017 | 18:00 - 18:40
  • Kurpark Bad Nauheim (am Brunnen), 61231 Bad Nauheim
  • freier Eintritt

Japanese scientists have discovered that people, who spend a lot of time in nature, have better immune systems, suffer less from stress and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. This has set off a trend (at least in Asia): forest bathing – walking through woodlands, while perceiving nature with all your senses. This fascinates Canan Erek. Her choreography Green Move visits various spa gardens, which have always been places of healing. The dance performance wanders within the different parks and takes the audience with it on a stroll. Erek’s piece is the second Ensemble Mobil, initiated by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

The performances will be shifted in case of rain.

“Green Move” will take place in other spa parks of Rhine-Main region. The exact dates will be announced soon.

Fri 15.09.2017 | 17:00 - 17:40
Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move
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Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move

  • Fri 15.09.2017 | 17:00 - 17:40
  • Kurpark Bad Nauheim (am Brunnen), 61231 Bad Nauheim
  • freier Eintritt

Japanese scientists have discovered that people, who spend a lot of time in nature, have better immune systems, suffer less from stress and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. This has set off a trend (at least in Asia): forest bathing – walking through woodlands, while perceiving nature with all your senses. This fascinates Canan Erek. Her choreography Green Move visits various spa gardens, which have always been places of healing. The dance performance wanders within the different parks and takes the audience with it on a stroll. Erek’s piece is the second Ensemble Mobil, initiated by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

The performances will be shifted in case of rain.

“Green Move” will take place in other spa parks of Rhine-Main region. The exact dates will be announced soon.

Fri 15.09.2017 | 15:00 - 15:40
Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move
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Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move

  • Fri 15.09.2017 | 15:00 - 15:40
  • Kurpark Bad Nauheim (am Brunnen), 61231 Bad Nauheim
  • freier Eintritt

Japanese scientists have discovered that people, who spend a lot of time in nature, have better immune systems, suffer less from stress and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. This has set off a trend (at least in Asia): forest bathing – walking through woodlands, while perceiving nature with all your senses. This fascinates Canan Erek. Her choreography Green Move visits various spa gardens, which have always been places of healing. The dance performance wanders within the different parks and takes the audience with it on a stroll. Erek’s piece is the second Ensemble Mobil, initiated by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

The performances will be shifted in case of rain.

“Green Move” will take place in other spa parks of Rhine-Main region. The exact dates will be announced soon.

Fri 15.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Fri 15.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Thu 14.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Thu 14.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Wed 13.09.2017 | 18:00 - 18:40
Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move
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Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move

  • Wed 13.09.2017 | 18:00 - 18:40
  • Kurpark Bad Vilbel (Kurhaus), Niddastraße 1, 61118 Bad Vilbel
  • freier Eintritt

Japanese scientists have discovered that people, who spend a lot of time in nature, have better immune systems, suffer less from stress and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. This has set off a trend (at least in Asia): forest bathing – walking through woodlands, while perceiving nature with all your senses. This fascinates Canan Erek. Her choreography Green Move visits various spa gardens, which have always been places of healing. The dance performance wanders within the different parks and takes the audience with it on a stroll. Erek’s piece is the second Ensemble Mobil, initiated by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

The performances will be shifted in case of rain.

“Green Move” will take place in other spa parks of Rhine-Main region. The exact dates will be announced soon.

Wed 13.09.2017 | 16:00 - 16:40
Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move
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Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move

  • Wed 13.09.2017 | 16:00 - 16:40
  • Kurpark Bad Vilbel (Kurhaus), Niddastraße 1, 61118 Bad Vilbel
  • freier Eintritt

Japanese scientists have discovered that people, who spend a lot of time in nature, have better immune systems, suffer less from stress and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. This has set off a trend (at least in Asia): forest bathing – walking through woodlands, while perceiving nature with all your senses. This fascinates Canan Erek. Her choreography Green Move visits various spa gardens, which have always been places of healing. The dance performance wanders within the different parks and takes the audience with it on a stroll. Erek’s piece is the second Ensemble Mobil, initiated by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

The performances will be shifted in case of rain.

“Green Move” will take place in other spa parks of Rhine-Main region. The exact dates will be announced soon.

Wed 13.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Wed 13.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Tue 12.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Tue 12.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Mon 11.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Mon 11.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Sun 10.09.2017 | 17:00 - 17:40
Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move
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Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move

  • Sun 10.09.2017 | 17:00 - 17:40
  • Alter Kurpark (Konzertmuschel), Königsteiner Str. 79, 65812 Bad Soden am Taunus
  • freier Eintritt

Japanese scientists have discovered that people, who spend a lot of time in nature, have better immune systems, suffer less from stress and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. This has set off a trend (at least in Asia): forest bathing – walking through woodlands, while perceiving nature with all your senses. This fascinates Canan Erek. Her choreography Green Move visits various spa gardens, which have always been places of healing. The dance performance wanders within the different parks and takes the audience with it on a stroll. Erek’s piece is the second Ensemble Mobil, initiated by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

The performances will be shifted in case of rain.

“Green Move” will take place in other spa parks of Rhine-Main region. The exact dates will be announced soon.

Sun 10.09.2017 | 11:00 - 11:40
Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move
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Ensemble Mobil | Canan Erek (Berlin): Green Move

  • Sun 10.09.2017 | 11:00 - 11:40
  • Alter Kurpark (Konzertmuschel), Königsteiner Str. 79, 65812 Bad Soden am Taunus
  • freier Eintritt

Japanese scientists have discovered that people, who spend a lot of time in nature, have better immune systems, suffer less from stress and are less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. This has set off a trend (at least in Asia): forest bathing – walking through woodlands, while perceiving nature with all your senses. This fascinates Canan Erek. Her choreography Green Move visits various spa gardens, which have always been places of healing. The dance performance wanders within the different parks and takes the audience with it on a stroll. Erek’s piece is the second Ensemble Mobil, initiated by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

The performances will be shifted in case of rain.

“Green Move” will take place in other spa parks of Rhine-Main region. The exact dates will be announced soon.

Fri 08.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Fri 08.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Thu 07.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Thu 07.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Wed 06.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Wed 06.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Tue 05.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Tue 05.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Mon 04.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Mon 04.09.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Juli 2017
Sat 08.07.2017 | 15:00 - 23:00
Masterstudiengang Choreografie und Performance (CuP): Rough Proposals
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Masterstudiengang Choreografie und Performance (CuP): Rough Proposals

  • Sat 08.07.2017 | 15:00 - 23:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal

Conceptual dance, movement-based dance or post-dance? What sparks the creation of dance? Composition, improvisation, movement research or repertory? This is the question driving the festival Rough Proposals, in which students of the Gießen Master Programme for Choreography and Performance (CuP) present the results of individual lines of inquiry and shared explorations in the fields of performance, dance and choreography: “In order to imagine a flexible institution based on open channels of communication between audiences, artists and their environments, we invite you all to join in our research, to visualise and experience time together. Self-contained and in the process. With everyone or alone. Before, during or after the dancing. Our search for choreography is open to all.

Admission free!

It is a plant. No, it is a building. It is a plant. No, it is Mousonturm. It is a plant in the building and on the building and outside of the building. It is a movement that has planted itself in the building. It is a plant and a performance. It is a house and a dance. It makes its way through common intelligence, strong body, swans and lakes, white laboratories, green pornscapes, things that are not yet there, things that are joyful, things that oscillate, things that we forget.

It is a group body. It is a plant and a group body of thinking choreography, of dance, of poetry, of imaginary, of realm, of exposing and proposing.

Frida, Patrick, Tanja, Kasia, Filomena, Rene, Fabricio, Ana, Rahel, Marja, Zrinka, Liza, Ida and Viktoria will water it daily.

Day 1
The roots

17.00 – 18.00
Paradance
A proposal by Frida Laux

The stem

18.00 – 22.00
Oscillatory
A proposal by Patrick Faurot

The flower

22.15 – 23.00
SURFACE I
A proposal by Tanja Kodlien

Day 2
The roots

19.00 – 19.30
FOOD
A proposal by Katarzyna Kania

The stem

19.30 – 20.30
i decide to buy the toilet paper at the discounter, later you will say I am good in taking care of money
a proposal by Filomena Krause

20.45 – 21.15
i2 = −1 : imaginary numbers and the problem of still being human
a proposal by Fabricio Belzoff and Rene Alejandro Huari Mateus

The flower

21.30 – 22.30
Feminist pornscapes
A proposal by Rahel Barra, Ida Daniel, Ana Dublevic, Frida Laux, Zrinka Uzbinec,

Day 3

The roots

15.00 – 17.00
stiction_working title
a proposal by Marja Christiania

17.00 – 17.30
Sketches for making a SCI-Fi dance 1
A proposal by Zrinka Uzbinec

The stem

17.30 – 19.00
Original choice
A proposal by Elizaveta Spivakovska

19.00 – 19.30
sit&w(h)at.ch 1
a proposal by Ida Daniel

19.30 – 20.00
Sketches for making a SCI-Fi dance 2
A proposal by Zrinka Uzbinec

The flower

20.30 – 21.30
the other day i forgot to mention
a proposal by Marja Christiania and Viktoria Illioska

21.30 – 22.00
sit&w(h)at.ch 2
a proposal by Ida Daniel

22.15 – 22.30
Sketches for making a SCI-Fi dance 3
A proposal by Zrinka Uzbinec

22.30 – 23.00
sit&w(h)at.ch 3
a proposal by Ida Daniel

Fri 07.07.2017 | 19:30 - 22:30
Masterstudiengang Choreografie und Performance (CuP): Rough Proposals
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Masterstudiengang Choreografie und Performance (CuP): Rough Proposals

  • Fri 07.07.2017 | 19:30 - 22:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal

Conceptual dance, movement-based dance or post-dance? What sparks the creation of dance? Composition, improvisation, movement research or repertory? This is the question driving the festival Rough Proposals, in which students of the Gießen Master Programme for Choreography and Performance (CuP) present the results of individual lines of inquiry and shared explorations in the fields of performance, dance and choreography: “In order to imagine a flexible institution based on open channels of communication between audiences, artists and their environments, we invite you all to join in our research, to visualise and experience time together. Self-contained and in the process. With everyone or alone. Before, during or after the dancing. Our search for choreography is open to all.

Admission free!

It is a plant. No, it is a building. It is a plant. No, it is Mousonturm. It is a plant in the building and on the building and outside of the building. It is a movement that has planted itself in the building. It is a plant and a performance. It is a house and a dance. It makes its way through common intelligence, strong body, swans and lakes, white laboratories, green pornscapes, things that are not yet there, things that are joyful, things that oscillate, things that we forget.

It is a group body. It is a plant and a group body of thinking choreography, of dance, of poetry, of imaginary, of realm, of exposing and proposing.

Frida, Patrick, Tanja, Kasia, Filomena, Rene, Fabricio, Ana, Rahel, Marja, Zrinka, Liza, Ida and Viktoria will water it daily.

Day 1
The roots

17.00 – 18.00
Paradance
A proposal by Frida Laux

The stem

18.00 – 22.00
Oscillatory
A proposal by Patrick Faurot

The flower

22.15 – 23.00
SURFACE I
A proposal by Tanja Kodlien

Day 2
The roots

19.00 – 19.30
FOOD
A proposal by Katarzyna Kania

The stem

19.30 – 20.30
i decide to buy the toilet paper at the discounter, later you will say I am good in taking care of money
a proposal by Filomena Krause

20.45 – 21.15
i2 = −1 : imaginary numbers and the problem of still being human
a proposal by Fabricio Belzoff and Rene Alejandro Huari Mateus

The flower

21.30 – 22.30
Feminist pornscapes
A proposal by Rahel Barra, Ida Daniel, Ana Dublevic, Frida Laux, Zrinka Uzbinec,

Day 3

The roots

15.00 – 17.00
stiction_working title
a proposal by Marja Christiania

17.00 – 17.30
Sketches for making a SCI-Fi dance 1
A proposal by Zrinka Uzbinec

The stem

17.30 – 19.00
Original choice
A proposal by Elizaveta Spivakovska

19.00 – 19.30
sit&w(h)at.ch 1
a proposal by Ida Daniel

19.30 – 20.00
Sketches for making a SCI-Fi dance 2
A proposal by Zrinka Uzbinec

The flower

20.30 – 21.30
the other day i forgot to mention
a proposal by Marja Christiania and Viktoria Illioska

21.30 – 22.00
sit&w(h)at.ch 2
a proposal by Ida Daniel

22.15 – 22.30
Sketches for making a SCI-Fi dance 3
A proposal by Zrinka Uzbinec

22.30 – 23.00
sit&w(h)at.ch 3
a proposal by Ida Daniel

Thu 06.07.2017 | 17:00 - 23:00
Masterstudiengang Choreografie und Performance (CuP): Rough Proposals
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Masterstudiengang Choreografie und Performance (CuP): Rough Proposals

  • Thu 06.07.2017 | 17:00 - 23:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal

Conceptual dance, movement-based dance or post-dance? What sparks the creation of dance? Composition, improvisation, movement research or repertory? This is the question driving the festival Rough Proposals, in which students of the Gießen Master Programme for Choreography and Performance (CuP) present the results of individual lines of inquiry and shared explorations in the fields of performance, dance and choreography: “In order to imagine a flexible institution based on open channels of communication between audiences, artists and their environments, we invite you all to join in our research, to visualise and experience time together. Self-contained and in the process. With everyone or alone. Before, during or after the dancing. Our search for choreography is open to all.

Admission free!

It is a plant. No, it is a building. It is a plant. No, it is Mousonturm. It is a plant in the building and on the building and outside of the building. It is a movement that has planted itself in the building. It is a plant and a performance. It is a house and a dance. It makes its way through common intelligence, strong body, swans and lakes, white laboratories, green pornscapes, things that are not yet there, things that are joyful, things that oscillate, things that we forget.

It is a group body. It is a plant and a group body of thinking choreography, of dance, of poetry, of imaginary, of realm, of exposing and proposing.

Frida, Patrick, Tanja, Kasia, Filomena, Rene, Fabricio, Ana, Rahel, Marja, Zrinka, Liza, Ida and Viktoria will water it daily.

Day 1
The roots

17.00 – 18.00
Paradance
A proposal by Frida Laux

The stem

18.00 – 22.00
Oscillatory
A proposal by Patrick Faurot

The flower

22.15 – 23.00
SURFACE I
A proposal by Tanja Kodlien

Day 2
The roots

19.00 – 19.30
FOOD
A proposal by Katarzyna Kania

The stem

19.30 – 20.30
i decide to buy the toilet paper at the discounter, later you will say I am good in taking care of money
a proposal by Filomena Krause

20.45 – 21.15
i2 = −1 : imaginary numbers and the problem of still being human
a proposal by Fabricio Belzoff and Rene Alejandro Huari Mateus

The flower

21.30 – 22.30
Feminist pornscapes
A proposal by Rahel Barra, Ida Daniel, Ana Dublevic, Frida Laux, Zrinka Uzbinec,

Day 3

The roots

15.00 – 17.00
stiction_working title
a proposal by Marja Christiania

17.00 – 17.30
Sketches for making a SCI-Fi dance 1
A proposal by Zrinka Uzbinec

The stem

17.30 – 19.00
Original choice
A proposal by Elizaveta Spivakovska

19.00 – 19.30
sit&w(h)at.ch 1
a proposal by Ida Daniel

19.30 – 20.00
Sketches for making a SCI-Fi dance 2
A proposal by Zrinka Uzbinec

The flower

20.30 – 21.30
the other day i forgot to mention
a proposal by Marja Christiania and Viktoria Illioska

21.30 – 22.00
sit&w(h)at.ch 2
a proposal by Ida Daniel

22.15 – 22.30
Sketches for making a SCI-Fi dance 3
A proposal by Zrinka Uzbinec

22.30 – 23.00
sit&w(h)at.ch 3
a proposal by Ida Daniel

Juni 2017
Fri 30.06.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Laura Hicks
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Professional training with Laura Hicks

  • Fri 30.06.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class integrates cutting edge concepts from the fields of movement science and Somatics as a way of approaching dance training. How do breathing dynamics, fascial sliding, or range of motion relate to your dancing? The class will move from explorative exercises, into shared movement material that will challenge us to incorporate functional concepts while executing changes of direction and phrasing.

Laura Hicks (1979) is a dancer, choreographer, and movement educator. She trained in Canada at the Toronto Ballet Ensemble, the Alberta Ballet, and the University of Calgary (UofC). Over the last ten years her work has focused substantially on improvisation and Somatics. Her study of anatomy in the department of Kinesiology at UofC, Movement Patterning, Bartineff Fundamentals, contact improvisation, and contemporary philosophy are strong influences. She now teaches at contact improvisation festivals throughout Europe, is involved in a three year project in Paris in the study of ‘intersubjectivity’ in joint improvisation (Project ICI), and is currently working on her own research project in ‘Kinesthetic Mapping.’ She is also a fully certified trainer of the Pilates Method, and holds an MA in Contemporary Dance Education from the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Thu 29.06.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Laura Hicks
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Professional training with Laura Hicks

  • Thu 29.06.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class integrates cutting edge concepts from the fields of movement science and Somatics as a way of approaching dance training. How do breathing dynamics, fascial sliding, or range of motion relate to your dancing? The class will move from explorative exercises, into shared movement material that will challenge us to incorporate functional concepts while executing changes of direction and phrasing.

Laura Hicks (1979) is a dancer, choreographer, and movement educator. She trained in Canada at the Toronto Ballet Ensemble, the Alberta Ballet, and the University of Calgary (UofC). Over the last ten years her work has focused substantially on improvisation and Somatics. Her study of anatomy in the department of Kinesiology at UofC, Movement Patterning, Bartineff Fundamentals, contact improvisation, and contemporary philosophy are strong influences. She now teaches at contact improvisation festivals throughout Europe, is involved in a three year project in Paris in the study of ‘intersubjectivity’ in joint improvisation (Project ICI), and is currently working on her own research project in ‘Kinesthetic Mapping.’ She is also a fully certified trainer of the Pilates Method, and holds an MA in Contemporary Dance Education from the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Wed 28.06.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Laura Hicks
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Professional training with Laura Hicks

  • Wed 28.06.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class integrates cutting edge concepts from the fields of movement science and Somatics as a way of approaching dance training. How do breathing dynamics, fascial sliding, or range of motion relate to your dancing? The class will move from explorative exercises, into shared movement material that will challenge us to incorporate functional concepts while executing changes of direction and phrasing.

Laura Hicks (1979) is a dancer, choreographer, and movement educator. She trained in Canada at the Toronto Ballet Ensemble, the Alberta Ballet, and the University of Calgary (UofC). Over the last ten years her work has focused substantially on improvisation and Somatics. Her study of anatomy in the department of Kinesiology at UofC, Movement Patterning, Bartineff Fundamentals, contact improvisation, and contemporary philosophy are strong influences. She now teaches at contact improvisation festivals throughout Europe, is involved in a three year project in Paris in the study of ‘intersubjectivity’ in joint improvisation (Project ICI), and is currently working on her own research project in ‘Kinesthetic Mapping.’ She is also a fully certified trainer of the Pilates Method, and holds an MA in Contemporary Dance Education from the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Tue 27.06.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Laura Hicks
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Professional training with Laura Hicks

  • Tue 27.06.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class integrates cutting edge concepts from the fields of movement science and Somatics as a way of approaching dance training. How do breathing dynamics, fascial sliding, or range of motion relate to your dancing? The class will move from explorative exercises, into shared movement material that will challenge us to incorporate functional concepts while executing changes of direction and phrasing.

Laura Hicks (1979) is a dancer, choreographer, and movement educator. She trained in Canada at the Toronto Ballet Ensemble, the Alberta Ballet, and the University of Calgary (UofC). Over the last ten years her work has focused substantially on improvisation and Somatics. Her study of anatomy in the department of Kinesiology at UofC, Movement Patterning, Bartineff Fundamentals, contact improvisation, and contemporary philosophy are strong influences. She now teaches at contact improvisation festivals throughout Europe, is involved in a three year project in Paris in the study of ‘intersubjectivity’ in joint improvisation (Project ICI), and is currently working on her own research project in ‘Kinesthetic Mapping.’ She is also a fully certified trainer of the Pilates Method, and holds an MA in Contemporary Dance Education from the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Mon 26.06.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Laura Hicks
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Professional Training

Professional training with Laura Hicks

  • Mon 26.06.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class integrates cutting edge concepts from the fields of movement science and Somatics as a way of approaching dance training. How do breathing dynamics, fascial sliding, or range of motion relate to your dancing? The class will move from explorative exercises, into shared movement material that will challenge us to incorporate functional concepts while executing changes of direction and phrasing.

Laura Hicks (1979) is a dancer, choreographer, and movement educator. She trained in Canada at the Toronto Ballet Ensemble, the Alberta Ballet, and the University of Calgary (UofC). Over the last ten years her work has focused substantially on improvisation and Somatics. Her study of anatomy in the department of Kinesiology at UofC, Movement Patterning, Bartineff Fundamentals, contact improvisation, and contemporary philosophy are strong influences. She now teaches at contact improvisation festivals throughout Europe, is involved in a three year project in Paris in the study of ‘intersubjectivity’ in joint improvisation (Project ICI), and is currently working on her own research project in ‘Kinesthetic Mapping.’ She is also a fully certified trainer of the Pilates Method, and holds an MA in Contemporary Dance Education from the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Fri 23.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Fri 23.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Thu 22.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Thu 22.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Wed 21.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Wed 21.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Tue 20.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Tue 20.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Mon 19.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Mon 19.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Sun 18.06.2017 | 10:00 - 16:00
Clint Lutes: Move You/In a Group
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Clint Lutes: Move You/In a Group

  • Sun 18.06.2017 | 10:00 - 16:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 190 Eur red. 140 Euro (students) / Early bird discount: 170 Euro /95 Euro red. (students)

Clint Lutes’ Move You/In a Group-workshop looks at developing and understanding one’s identity and role in terms of individual movement practice and vocabulary in a group improvisation situation. We will work on our inner presence and body texture via outward connection, by decoding and expanding reactionary possibilities to our environment. In group situations, we will play and be present, understanding when to (re)act, follow, wait and when to go deeper. We will identify questions pertaining to these practices and try to understand them more deeply using verbal and nonverbal methods.

Sat 17.06.2017 | 10:00 - 16:00
Clint Lutes: Move You/In a Group
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Clint Lutes: Move You/In a Group

  • Sat 17.06.2017 | 10:00 - 16:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 190 Eur red. 140 Euro (students) / Early bird discount: 170 Euro /95 Euro red. (students)

Clint Lutes’ Move You/In a Group-workshop looks at developing and understanding one’s identity and role in terms of individual movement practice and vocabulary in a group improvisation situation. We will work on our inner presence and body texture via outward connection, by decoding and expanding reactionary possibilities to our environment. In group situations, we will play and be present, understanding when to (re)act, follow, wait and when to go deeper. We will identify questions pertaining to these practices and try to understand them more deeply using verbal and nonverbal methods.

Fri 16.06.2017 | 20:00
Presentation Tanzplattform Rhein-Main Dance Clubs
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Presentation Tanzplattform Rhein-Main Dance Clubs

  • Fri 16.06.2017 | 20:00
  • Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Wartburg, Schwalbacher Straße 51, 65183 Wiesbaden
  • 7 Euro

Dancing makes people happy. That is why the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main offers contemporary dance clubs in Darmstadt, Frankfurt and Wiesbaden for dance amateurs with the desire to dance for themselves. At the end of the season, the clubs present what they worked on together in a public performance.

Wed 14.06.2017 | 20:00
Presentation Tanzplattform Rhein-Main Dance Clubs
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Presentation Tanzplattform Rhein-Main Dance Clubs

  • Wed 14.06.2017 | 20:00
  • Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Wartburg, Schwalbacher Straße 51, 65183 Wiesbaden
  • 7 Euro

Dancing makes people happy. That is why the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main offers contemporary dance clubs in Darmstadt, Frankfurt and Wiesbaden for dance amateurs with the desire to dance for themselves. At the end of the season, the clubs present what they worked on together in a public performance.

Wed 14.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Wed 14.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Tue 13.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Tue 13.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Mon 12.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Mon 12.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Fri 09.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Fri 09.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Thu 08.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Thu 08.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Wed 07.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Wed 07.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Tue 06.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Tue 06.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Fri 02.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Fri 02.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Thu 01.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Thu 01.06.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Mai 2017
Wed 31.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Wed 31.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Tue 30.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Tue 30.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Mon 29.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Mon 29.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Wed 24.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional Training

Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Wed 24.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Tue 23.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Tue 23.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Mon 22.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Mon 22.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Sun 21.05.2017 | 20:00

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  • Sun 21.05.2017 | 20:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Sun 21.05.2017 | 18:00
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  • Sun 21.05.2017 | 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal

ZuKT is known for aesthetic diversity, bridging tradition and innovation, inciting a love of dance and always being good for a few surprises. For the last 15 years, the Department for Contemporary and Classical Dance at the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts has presented a challenging dance programme at Mousonturm every year. This year, it includes excerpts from William Forsythe’s Vile Parody of Address, Unter dem Hundsstern by Stephan Thoss and a piece by Iván Pérez for Balletboyz, as well as pieces by Cameron McMillan, Georg Reischl, Johannes Wieland and Dieter Heitkamp. Working with these choreographers gives students the chance to explore the multiple facets of their artistic abilities.

Sat 20.05.2017 | 20:00
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ZuKT_present

  • Sat 20.05.2017 | 20:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal

ZuKT is known for aesthetic diversity, bridging tradition and innovation, inciting a love of dance and always being good for a few surprises. For the last 15 years, the Department for Contemporary and Classical Dance at the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts has presented a challenging dance programme at Mousonturm every year. This year, it includes excerpts from William Forsythe’s Vile Parody of Address, Unter dem Hundsstern by Stephan Thoss and a piece by Iván Pérez for Balletboyz, as well as pieces by Cameron McMillan, Georg Reischl, Johannes Wieland and Dieter Heitkamp. Working with these choreographers gives students the chance to explore the multiple facets of their artistic abilities.

Fri 19.05.2017 | 20:00
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ZuKT_present

  • Fri 19.05.2017 | 20:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal

ZuKT is known for aesthetic diversity, bridging tradition and innovation, inciting a love of dance and always being good for a few surprises. For the last 15 years, the Department for Contemporary and Classical Dance at the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts has presented a challenging dance programme at Mousonturm every year. This year, it includes excerpts from William Forsythe’s Vile Parody of Address, Unter dem Hundsstern by Stephan Thoss and a piece by Iván Pérez for Balletboyz, as well as pieces by Cameron McMillan, Georg Reischl, Johannes Wieland and Dieter Heitkamp. Working with these choreographers gives students the chance to explore the multiple facets of their artistic abilities.

Fri 19.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional Training

Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Fri 19.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Thu 18.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Thu 18.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Wed 17.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional Training

Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Wed 17.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Tue 16.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional Training

Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Tue 16.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Mon 15.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional Training

Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Mon 15.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Sat 13.05.2017 | 19:00
Warm-up on the production "Dança doente" by MarceloEvelin/Demolition
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Warm-ups

Warm-up on the production "Dança doente" by MarceloEvelin/Demolition

  • Sat 13.05.2017 | 19:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

For all those, who find the transition from everyday life to the theatre somewhat too sudden, we now have an alternative: the artists will be offering a special warm-up for theatre spectators before select Dance performances! Unlike typical introductory events, this is a chance to personally explore aspects of corporeality, dance or choreography based on very concrete examples and exercises. After the warm-up, there will still be enough time to freshen up before the show begins. On special dates one hour before the show starts.

Fri 12.05.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Natalia Rodina
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Professional Training

Professional training with Natalia Rodina

  • Fri 12.05.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class based on a Cunningham technique that during the class we are applying and transforming in to a moving exercises with a note of a ballet. This class tunes the body and a mind, builts stamina and trains the coordination. By taking this class body is learning to move with a specific musculs, and not over using them. This class is a physical class, so you will be worm and tuned for upcoming day.

Natalia Rodina, dancer, choreographer and teacher, was born in Moskau in 1985. She studied at the Rotterdam Dance Academy and worked for/with The Forsythe Company, Dansgroep Amsterdam, Galili Dance and others.

Thu 11.05.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Natalia Rodina
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Professional Training

Professional training with Natalia Rodina

  • Thu 11.05.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class based on a Cunningham technique that during the class we are applying and transforming in to a moving exercises with a note of a ballet. This class tunes the body and a mind, builts stamina and trains the coordination. By taking this class body is learning to move with a specific musculs, and not over using them. This class is a physical class, so you will be worm and tuned for upcoming day.

Natalia Rodina, dancer, choreographer and teacher, was born in Moskau in 1985. She studied at the Rotterdam Dance Academy and worked for/with The Forsythe Company, Dansgroep Amsterdam, Galili Dance and others.

Wed 10.05.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Natalia Rodina
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Professional Training

Professional training with Natalia Rodina

  • Wed 10.05.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class based on a Cunningham technique that during the class we are applying and transforming in to a moving exercises with a note of a ballet. This class tunes the body and a mind, builts stamina and trains the coordination. By taking this class body is learning to move with a specific musculs, and not over using them. This class is a physical class, so you will be worm and tuned for upcoming day.

Natalia Rodina, dancer, choreographer and teacher, was born in Moskau in 1985. She studied at the Rotterdam Dance Academy and worked for/with The Forsythe Company, Dansgroep Amsterdam, Galili Dance and others.

Tue 09.05.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Natalia Rodina
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Professional Training

Professional training with Natalia Rodina

  • Tue 09.05.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class based on a Cunningham technique that during the class we are applying and transforming in to a moving exercises with a note of a ballet. This class tunes the body and a mind, builts stamina and trains the coordination. By taking this class body is learning to move with a specific musculs, and not over using them. This class is a physical class, so you will be worm and tuned for upcoming day.

Natalia Rodina, dancer, choreographer and teacher, was born in Moskau in 1985. She studied at the Rotterdam Dance Academy and worked for/with The Forsythe Company, Dansgroep Amsterdam, Galili Dance and others.

Tue 09.05.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Natalia Rodina
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Professional Training

Professional training with Natalia Rodina

  • Tue 09.05.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class based on a Cunningham technique that during the class we are applying and transforming in to a moving exercises with a note of a ballet. This class tunes the body and a mind, builts stamina and trains the coordination. By taking this class body is learning to move with a specific musculs, and not over using them. This class is a physical class, so you will be worm and tuned for upcoming day.

Natalia Rodina, dancer, choreographer and teacher, was born in Moskau in 1985. She studied at the Rotterdam Dance Academy and worked for/with The Forsythe Company, Dansgroep Amsterdam, Galili Dance and others.

Mon 08.05.2017 | 10:15 - 13:45
Dance medical consultation sessions
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Dance medical consultation

Dance medical consultation sessions

  • Mon 08.05.2017 | 10:15 - 13:45
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Eigenkostenanteil/Own contribution: € 15,-

What is taken for granted by many professional athletes – medical and therapeutic support throughout their entire active career – should also become available for dancers!
Dr. med. Benita Kuni will offer support and assistance on the following:

  • Prevention of Dance Injuries
  • Rehabilitation and How to Make a Comeback after a Dance Injury
  • Analysis of Dance Technique and Technique Coaching
  • Alternative Training Methods for Dancers
  • “Dance Medicine Check-Up”
  • Guidance and Supervision in the Field of Dance Medicine

Registration:
Online form

Mon 08.05.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Natalia Rodina
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Professional Training

Professional training with Natalia Rodina

  • Mon 08.05.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class based on a Cunningham technique that during the class we are applying and transforming in to a moving exercises with a note of a ballet. This class tunes the body and a mind, builts stamina and trains the coordination. By taking this class body is learning to move with a specific musculs, and not over using them. This class is a physical class, so you will be worm and tuned for upcoming day.

Natalia Rodina, dancer, choreographer and teacher, was born in Moskau in 1985. She studied at the Rotterdam Dance Academy and worked for/with The Forsythe Company, Dansgroep Amsterdam, Galili Dance and others.

Fri 05.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Fri 05.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Thu 04.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Thu 04.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Wed 03.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Wed 03.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Tue 02.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Tue 02.05.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

April 2017
Sat 29.04.2017 | 20:00

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AufführungenVermittlungsresidenzen

  • Sat 29.04.2017 | 20:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Fri 28.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Fri 28.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Thu 27.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Thu 27.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Wed 26.04.2017 | 20:00

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AufführungenVermittlungsresidenzen

  • Wed 26.04.2017 | 20:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Wed 26.04.2017 | 11:00 - 12:00
Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele
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Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele

  • Wed 26.04.2017 | 11:00 - 12:00
  • Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Wartburg, Schwalbacher Straße 51, 65183 Wiesbaden
  • € 3,00

A participatory dance and circus piece for children age 0-3 years old by Birutė Banevičiūtė

During the first years of life, new premieres come thick and fast: sitting for the first time, crawling, jumping, climbing, grabbing, letting go, catching, kicking, smiling, frowning, sharing, making friends, feeling happy, thinking. To experiment with and explore our bodies and the world around us is best done through play. “Farbenspiele”, an interactive piece by Lithuanian choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė, is packed with unexpected, colourful experiences, which motivate children to discover many new things about themselves and the world together with the dancer. An intense and exciting experience for the little ones: everywhere that the piece has toured to its young audience are loath to leave the stage after the performance.

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Wed 26.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Wed 26.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Wed 26.04.2017 | 09:30 - 10:30
Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele
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Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele

  • Wed 26.04.2017 | 09:30 - 10:30
  • Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Wartburg, Schwalbacher Straße 51, 65183 Wiesbaden
  • € 3,00

A participatory dance and circus piece for children age 0-3 years old by Birutė Banevičiūtė

During the first years of life, new premieres come thick and fast: sitting for the first time, crawling, jumping, climbing, grabbing, letting go, catching, kicking, smiling, frowning, sharing, making friends, feeling happy, thinking. To experiment with and explore our bodies and the world around us is best done through play. “Farbenspiele”, an interactive piece by Lithuanian choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė, is packed with unexpected, colourful experiences, which motivate children to discover many new things about themselves and the world together with the dancer. An intense and exciting experience for the little ones: everywhere that the piece has toured to its young audience are loath to leave the stage after the performance.

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Tue 25.04.2017 | 11:00 - 12:00
Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele
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Aufführungen

Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele

  • Tue 25.04.2017 | 11:00 - 12:00
  • Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Wartburg, Schwalbacher Straße 51, 65183 Wiesbaden
  • € 3,00

A participatory dance and circus piece for children age 0-3 years old by Birutė Banevičiūtė

During the first years of life, new premieres come thick and fast: sitting for the first time, crawling, jumping, climbing, grabbing, letting go, catching, kicking, smiling, frowning, sharing, making friends, feeling happy, thinking. To experiment with and explore our bodies and the world around us is best done through play. “Farbenspiele”, an interactive piece by Lithuanian choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė, is packed with unexpected, colourful experiences, which motivate children to discover many new things about themselves and the world together with the dancer. An intense and exciting experience for the little ones: everywhere that the piece has toured to its young audience are loath to leave the stage after the performance.

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Tue 25.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Tue 25.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Tue 25.04.2017 | 09:30 - 10:30
Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele
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Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele

  • Tue 25.04.2017 | 09:30 - 10:30
  • Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Wartburg, Schwalbacher Straße 51, 65183 Wiesbaden
  • € 3,00

A participatory dance and circus piece for children age 0-3 years old by Birutė Banevičiūtė

During the first years of life, new premieres come thick and fast: sitting for the first time, crawling, jumping, climbing, grabbing, letting go, catching, kicking, smiling, frowning, sharing, making friends, feeling happy, thinking. To experiment with and explore our bodies and the world around us is best done through play. “Farbenspiele”, an interactive piece by Lithuanian choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė, is packed with unexpected, colourful experiences, which motivate children to discover many new things about themselves and the world together with the dancer. An intense and exciting experience for the little ones: everywhere that the piece has toured to its young audience are loath to leave the stage after the performance.

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Mon 24.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Mon 24.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Sun 23.04.2017 | 09:30 - 15:30
Milan Herich: The Flying Low
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Milan Herich: The Flying Low

  • Sun 23.04.2017 | 09:30 - 15:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 190 Eur red. 140 Euro (students) / Early bird discount: 170 Euro /95 Euro red. (students)

Milan Herich’s Flying Low workshop mainly focuses on the dancer’s relationship to the floor. The class utilizes simple movement patterns that involve breathing, speed and releasing energy throughout the body to activate the relationship between the centre and the joints, moving in and out of the ground more efficiently by maintaining a centred state. Focus on the skeletal structure helps improve dancers’ physical perception and alertness. The class includes partnering work and movement phrases, which explore the primary laws of physics: cohesion and expansion. The workshop is based on the observation that the body is constantly spiralling, whether running or standing. These spirals help the dancers into and out of the floor, as well as propelling the class all over the room, both on the ground and upright. This is the flying low technique.

Sat 22.04.2017 | 09:30 - 15:30
Milan Herich: The Flying Low
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Milan Herich: The Flying Low

  • Sat 22.04.2017 | 09:30 - 15:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • 190 Eur red. 140 Euro (students) / Early bird discount: 170 Euro /95 Euro red. (students)

Milan Herich’s Flying Low workshop mainly focuses on the dancer’s relationship to the floor. The class utilizes simple movement patterns that involve breathing, speed and releasing energy throughout the body to activate the relationship between the centre and the joints, moving in and out of the ground more efficiently by maintaining a centred state. Focus on the skeletal structure helps improve dancers’ physical perception and alertness. The class includes partnering work and movement phrases, which explore the primary laws of physics: cohesion and expansion. The workshop is based on the observation that the body is constantly spiralling, whether running or standing. These spirals help the dancers into and out of the floor, as well as propelling the class all over the room, both on the ground and upright. This is the flying low technique.

Fri 21.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Georg Reischl
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Professional training with Georg Reischl

  • Fri 21.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Classical Ballet
Ballet class has been always something very important to me. In companies that I have worked for as dancer, I expected a great warm-up in the morning and a class that allows me to improve my skills and to get coordination, dynamics and mind ready for the day. An uplifting, joyful approach to something very complex and technical. In my class, I am trying to do exactly that. I offer a class that is focused on movement, dynamics and “Epaulement” but also on decision-making, performance and pure JOY of dancing.

Born in Austria, Georg Reischl began his dance training with Rosa Hartlieb in Salzburg and attended the Vienna Opera Ballet School under the direction of Michael Birkmeyer. In 1993, he joined the ensemble of Liz King in Heidelberg. Thereafter, Reischl danced 4 years with Scapino Ballet Rotterdam. In 1999, Georg Reischl joined Ballet Frankfurt, where he experienced the repertoire and the collaborative creative process with William Forsythe. After the closing of Ballet Frankfurt, Reischl continued with the newly formed “The Forsythe Company”.
Asked to become the resident choreographer for Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, Reischl left the company in 2006. As resident choreographer of Scapino Ballet, from 2006-2010, Reischl has created numerous pieces for the company, as well as formed important relationships on an international level. As a choreographer, Georg is known for his abstract and highly energetic work that appeals to the fantasy and the concentration of the viewer. The clarity of structure and detailed physicality result in pieces that evoke emotions and create an unpredictable and intense edge, without telling a linear story. In his work, he is not afraid of the experimental but also understands how to embed the idea of tradition and repertoire. His choreography involves the dancer entirely, and preparing their sensibility to the “moment of performance” not to fall into patterns of reproduction. Not a symbolic delivery, but a pure physical outcome creates the atmosphere and the content of each piece.

Thu 20.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Georg Reischl
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Professional training with Georg Reischl

  • Thu 20.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Classical Ballet
Ballet class has been always something very important to me. In companies that I have worked for as dancer, I expected a great warm-up in the morning and a class that allows me to improve my skills and to get coordination, dynamics and mind ready for the day. An uplifting, joyful approach to something very complex and technical. In my class, I am trying to do exactly that. I offer a class that is focused on movement, dynamics and “Epaulement” but also on decision-making, performance and pure JOY of dancing.

Born in Austria, Georg Reischl began his dance training with Rosa Hartlieb in Salzburg and attended the Vienna Opera Ballet School under the direction of Michael Birkmeyer. In 1993, he joined the ensemble of Liz King in Heidelberg. Thereafter, Reischl danced 4 years with Scapino Ballet Rotterdam. In 1999, Georg Reischl joined Ballet Frankfurt, where he experienced the repertoire and the collaborative creative process with William Forsythe. After the closing of Ballet Frankfurt, Reischl continued with the newly formed “The Forsythe Company”.
Asked to become the resident choreographer for Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, Reischl left the company in 2006. As resident choreographer of Scapino Ballet, from 2006-2010, Reischl has created numerous pieces for the company, as well as formed important relationships on an international level. As a choreographer, Georg is known for his abstract and highly energetic work that appeals to the fantasy and the concentration of the viewer. The clarity of structure and detailed physicality result in pieces that evoke emotions and create an unpredictable and intense edge, without telling a linear story. In his work, he is not afraid of the experimental but also understands how to embed the idea of tradition and repertoire. His choreography involves the dancer entirely, and preparing their sensibility to the “moment of performance” not to fall into patterns of reproduction. Not a symbolic delivery, but a pure physical outcome creates the atmosphere and the content of each piece.

Wed 19.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Georg Reischl
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Professional training with Georg Reischl

  • Wed 19.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Classical Ballet
Ballet class has been always something very important to me. In companies that I have worked for as dancer, I expected a great warm-up in the morning and a class that allows me to improve my skills and to get coordination, dynamics and mind ready for the day. An uplifting, joyful approach to something very complex and technical. In my class, I am trying to do exactly that. I offer a class that is focused on movement, dynamics and “Epaulement” but also on decision-making, performance and pure JOY of dancing.

Born in Austria, Georg Reischl began his dance training with Rosa Hartlieb in Salzburg and attended the Vienna Opera Ballet School under the direction of Michael Birkmeyer. In 1993, he joined the ensemble of Liz King in Heidelberg. Thereafter, Reischl danced 4 years with Scapino Ballet Rotterdam. In 1999, Georg Reischl joined Ballet Frankfurt, where he experienced the repertoire and the collaborative creative process with William Forsythe. After the closing of Ballet Frankfurt, Reischl continued with the newly formed “The Forsythe Company”.
Asked to become the resident choreographer for Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, Reischl left the company in 2006. As resident choreographer of Scapino Ballet, from 2006-2010, Reischl has created numerous pieces for the company, as well as formed important relationships on an international level. As a choreographer, Georg is known for his abstract and highly energetic work that appeals to the fantasy and the concentration of the viewer. The clarity of structure and detailed physicality result in pieces that evoke emotions and create an unpredictable and intense edge, without telling a linear story. In his work, he is not afraid of the experimental but also understands how to embed the idea of tradition and repertoire. His choreography involves the dancer entirely, and preparing their sensibility to the “moment of performance” not to fall into patterns of reproduction. Not a symbolic delivery, but a pure physical outcome creates the atmosphere and the content of each piece.

Tue 18.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Georg Reischl
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Professional training with Georg Reischl

  • Tue 18.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Classical Ballet
Ballet class has been always something very important to me. In companies that I have worked for as dancer, I expected a great warm-up in the morning and a class that allows me to improve my skills and to get coordination, dynamics and mind ready for the day. An uplifting, joyful approach to something very complex and technical. In my class, I am trying to do exactly that. I offer a class that is focused on movement, dynamics and “Epaulement” but also on decision-making, performance and pure JOY of dancing.

Born in Austria, Georg Reischl began his dance training with Rosa Hartlieb in Salzburg and attended the Vienna Opera Ballet School under the direction of Michael Birkmeyer. In 1993, he joined the ensemble of Liz King in Heidelberg. Thereafter, Reischl danced 4 years with Scapino Ballet Rotterdam. In 1999, Georg Reischl joined Ballet Frankfurt, where he experienced the repertoire and the collaborative creative process with William Forsythe. After the closing of Ballet Frankfurt, Reischl continued with the newly formed “The Forsythe Company”.
Asked to become the resident choreographer for Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, Reischl left the company in 2006. As resident choreographer of Scapino Ballet, from 2006-2010, Reischl has created numerous pieces for the company, as well as formed important relationships on an international level. As a choreographer, Georg is known for his abstract and highly energetic work that appeals to the fantasy and the concentration of the viewer. The clarity of structure and detailed physicality result in pieces that evoke emotions and create an unpredictable and intense edge, without telling a linear story. In his work, he is not afraid of the experimental but also understands how to embed the idea of tradition and repertoire. His choreography involves the dancer entirely, and preparing their sensibility to the “moment of performance” not to fall into patterns of reproduction. Not a symbolic delivery, but a pure physical outcome creates the atmosphere and the content of each piece.

Thu 13.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Georg Reischl
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Professional training with Georg Reischl

  • Thu 13.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Classical Ballet
Ballet class has been always something very important to me. In companies that I have worked for as dancer, I expected a great warm-up in the morning and a class that allows me to improve my skills and to get coordination, dynamics and mind ready for the day. An uplifting, joyful approach to something very complex and technical. In my class, I am trying to do exactly that. I offer a class that is focused on movement, dynamics and “Epaulement” but also on decision-making, performance and pure JOY of dancing.

Born in Austria, Georg Reischl began his dance training with Rosa Hartlieb in Salzburg and attended the Vienna Opera Ballet School under the direction of Michael Birkmeyer. In 1993, he joined the ensemble of Liz King in Heidelberg. Thereafter, Reischl danced 4 years with Scapino Ballet Rotterdam. In 1999, Georg Reischl joined Ballet Frankfurt, where he experienced the repertoire and the collaborative creative process with William Forsythe. After the closing of Ballet Frankfurt, Reischl continued with the newly formed “The Forsythe Company”.
Asked to become the resident choreographer for Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, Reischl left the company in 2006. As resident choreographer of Scapino Ballet, from 2006-2010, Reischl has created numerous pieces for the company, as well as formed important relationships on an international level. As a choreographer, Georg is known for his abstract and highly energetic work that appeals to the fantasy and the concentration of the viewer. The clarity of structure and detailed physicality result in pieces that evoke emotions and create an unpredictable and intense edge, without telling a linear story. In his work, he is not afraid of the experimental but also understands how to embed the idea of tradition and repertoire. His choreography involves the dancer entirely, and preparing their sensibility to the “moment of performance” not to fall into patterns of reproduction. Not a symbolic delivery, but a pure physical outcome creates the atmosphere and the content of each piece.

Wed 12.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Georg Reischl
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Professional training with Georg Reischl

  • Wed 12.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Classical Ballet
Ballet class has been always something very important to me. In companies that I have worked for as dancer, I expected a great warm-up in the morning and a class that allows me to improve my skills and to get coordination, dynamics and mind ready for the day. An uplifting, joyful approach to something very complex and technical. In my class, I am trying to do exactly that. I offer a class that is focused on movement, dynamics and “Epaulement” but also on decision-making, performance and pure JOY of dancing.

Born in Austria, Georg Reischl began his dance training with Rosa Hartlieb in Salzburg and attended the Vienna Opera Ballet School under the direction of Michael Birkmeyer. In 1993, he joined the ensemble of Liz King in Heidelberg. Thereafter, Reischl danced 4 years with Scapino Ballet Rotterdam. In 1999, Georg Reischl joined Ballet Frankfurt, where he experienced the repertoire and the collaborative creative process with William Forsythe. After the closing of Ballet Frankfurt, Reischl continued with the newly formed “The Forsythe Company”.
Asked to become the resident choreographer for Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, Reischl left the company in 2006. As resident choreographer of Scapino Ballet, from 2006-2010, Reischl has created numerous pieces for the company, as well as formed important relationships on an international level. As a choreographer, Georg is known for his abstract and highly energetic work that appeals to the fantasy and the concentration of the viewer. The clarity of structure and detailed physicality result in pieces that evoke emotions and create an unpredictable and intense edge, without telling a linear story. In his work, he is not afraid of the experimental but also understands how to embed the idea of tradition and repertoire. His choreography involves the dancer entirely, and preparing their sensibility to the “moment of performance” not to fall into patterns of reproduction. Not a symbolic delivery, but a pure physical outcome creates the atmosphere and the content of each piece.

Tue 11.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Georg Reischl
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Professional training with Georg Reischl

  • Tue 11.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Classical Ballet
Ballet class has been always something very important to me. In companies that I have worked for as dancer, I expected a great warm-up in the morning and a class that allows me to improve my skills and to get coordination, dynamics and mind ready for the day. An uplifting, joyful approach to something very complex and technical. In my class, I am trying to do exactly that. I offer a class that is focused on movement, dynamics and “Epaulement” but also on decision-making, performance and pure JOY of dancing.

Born in Austria, Georg Reischl began his dance training with Rosa Hartlieb in Salzburg and attended the Vienna Opera Ballet School under the direction of Michael Birkmeyer. In 1993, he joined the ensemble of Liz King in Heidelberg. Thereafter, Reischl danced 4 years with Scapino Ballet Rotterdam. In 1999, Georg Reischl joined Ballet Frankfurt, where he experienced the repertoire and the collaborative creative process with William Forsythe. After the closing of Ballet Frankfurt, Reischl continued with the newly formed “The Forsythe Company”.
Asked to become the resident choreographer for Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, Reischl left the company in 2006. As resident choreographer of Scapino Ballet, from 2006-2010, Reischl has created numerous pieces for the company, as well as formed important relationships on an international level. As a choreographer, Georg is known for his abstract and highly energetic work that appeals to the fantasy and the concentration of the viewer. The clarity of structure and detailed physicality result in pieces that evoke emotions and create an unpredictable and intense edge, without telling a linear story. In his work, he is not afraid of the experimental but also understands how to embed the idea of tradition and repertoire. His choreography involves the dancer entirely, and preparing their sensibility to the “moment of performance” not to fall into patterns of reproduction. Not a symbolic delivery, but a pure physical outcome creates the atmosphere and the content of each piece.

Mon 10.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Georg Reischl
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Professional Training

Professional training with Georg Reischl

  • Mon 10.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Classical Ballet
Ballet class has been always something very important to me. In companies that I have worked for as dancer, I expected a great warm-up in the morning and a class that allows me to improve my skills and to get coordination, dynamics and mind ready for the day. An uplifting, joyful approach to something very complex and technical. In my class, I am trying to do exactly that. I offer a class that is focused on movement, dynamics and “Epaulement” but also on decision-making, performance and pure JOY of dancing.

Born in Austria, Georg Reischl began his dance training with Rosa Hartlieb in Salzburg and attended the Vienna Opera Ballet School under the direction of Michael Birkmeyer. In 1993, he joined the ensemble of Liz King in Heidelberg. Thereafter, Reischl danced 4 years with Scapino Ballet Rotterdam. In 1999, Georg Reischl joined Ballet Frankfurt, where he experienced the repertoire and the collaborative creative process with William Forsythe. After the closing of Ballet Frankfurt, Reischl continued with the newly formed “The Forsythe Company”.
Asked to become the resident choreographer for Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, Reischl left the company in 2006. As resident choreographer of Scapino Ballet, from 2006-2010, Reischl has created numerous pieces for the company, as well as formed important relationships on an international level. As a choreographer, Georg is known for his abstract and highly energetic work that appeals to the fantasy and the concentration of the viewer. The clarity of structure and detailed physicality result in pieces that evoke emotions and create an unpredictable and intense edge, without telling a linear story. In his work, he is not afraid of the experimental but also understands how to embed the idea of tradition and repertoire. His choreography involves the dancer entirely, and preparing their sensibility to the “moment of performance” not to fall into patterns of reproduction. Not a symbolic delivery, but a pure physical outcome creates the atmosphere and the content of each piece.

Sat 08.04.2017 | 20:00

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  • Sat 08.04.2017 | 20:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Fri 07.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kristina Veit
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Professional training with Kristina Veit

  • Fri 07.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a gentle warm-up combining breathing techniques and elements from aikido and yoga. The goal is to gradually set the physical body in motion, make it responsive to movement, as well as wake up the spirit and train the attentiveness of the mind. The next section includes combinations that gradually increase in tempo and dynamics and make use of intense floor work, as well as upright placement in space.
Alignment is the development of awareness for one’s own body, as well as for the space around us. This not merely gives us control over the body, which generally has to do with tension, but rather the steering of our own dance. Dynamic swift shifts are thus possible almost in the resting state of the mind and out of a maximum state of physical relaxation. The class is conceived as holistic training to help dancers get a good start into the rest of their working day.

Kristina Veit received her dance diploma from the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts. After graduation, she left Germany and worked at various theaters in Austria and Switzerland with choreographers such as Robert Poole, Philipp Egli, Anna Huber and Rui Horta. She left the established venues, when she began making her own work and collaborated with companies such as Manopy in Denmark, Cobosmika in Barcelona, the Dance Festival Montevideo Sitiada in Uruguay and diverse other international choreographers. In 2009, she collaborated on the production of [fi:l], in Denmark as well as Mittendrinnen/PET_3 at Mousonturm. She has been studying yoga and Ayurveda intensely since 1997 and teaches both for professionals, as well as beginners. Currently, she is training to become a body-oriented psychotherapist.

Thu 06.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kristina Veit
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Professional training with Kristina Veit

  • Thu 06.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a gentle warm-up combining breathing techniques and elements from aikido and yoga. The goal is to gradually set the physical body in motion, make it responsive to movement, as well as wake up the spirit and train the attentiveness of the mind. The next section includes combinations that gradually increase in tempo and dynamics and make use of intense floor work, as well as upright placement in space.
Alignment is the development of awareness for one’s own body, as well as for the space around us. This not merely gives us control over the body, which generally has to do with tension, but rather the steering of our own dance. Dynamic swift shifts are thus possible almost in the resting state of the mind and out of a maximum state of physical relaxation. The class is conceived as holistic training to help dancers get a good start into the rest of their working day.

Kristina Veit received her dance diploma from the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts. After graduation, she left Germany and worked at various theaters in Austria and Switzerland with choreographers such as Robert Poole, Philipp Egli, Anna Huber and Rui Horta. She left the established venues, when she began making her own work and collaborated with companies such as Manopy in Denmark, Cobosmika in Barcelona, the Dance Festival Montevideo Sitiada in Uruguay and diverse other international choreographers. In 2009, she collaborated on the production of [fi:l], in Denmark as well as Mittendrinnen/PET_3 at Mousonturm. She has been studying yoga and Ayurveda intensely since 1997 and teaches both for professionals, as well as beginners. Currently, she is training to become a body-oriented psychotherapist.

Wed 05.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kristina Veit
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kristina Veit

  • Wed 05.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a gentle warm-up combining breathing techniques and elements from aikido and yoga. The goal is to gradually set the physical body in motion, make it responsive to movement, as well as wake up the spirit and train the attentiveness of the mind. The next section includes combinations that gradually increase in tempo and dynamics and make use of intense floor work, as well as upright placement in space.
Alignment is the development of awareness for one’s own body, as well as for the space around us. This not merely gives us control over the body, which generally has to do with tension, but rather the steering of our own dance. Dynamic swift shifts are thus possible almost in the resting state of the mind and out of a maximum state of physical relaxation. The class is conceived as holistic training to help dancers get a good start into the rest of their working day.

Kristina Veit received her dance diploma from the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts. After graduation, she left Germany and worked at various theaters in Austria and Switzerland with choreographers such as Robert Poole, Philipp Egli, Anna Huber and Rui Horta. She left the established venues, when she began making her own work and collaborated with companies such as Manopy in Denmark, Cobosmika in Barcelona, the Dance Festival Montevideo Sitiada in Uruguay and diverse other international choreographers. In 2009, she collaborated on the production of [fi:l], in Denmark as well as Mittendrinnen/PET_3 at Mousonturm. She has been studying yoga and Ayurveda intensely since 1997 and teaches both for professionals, as well as beginners. Currently, she is training to become a body-oriented psychotherapist.

Tue 04.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kristina Veit
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kristina Veit

  • Tue 04.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a gentle warm-up combining breathing techniques and elements from aikido and yoga. The goal is to gradually set the physical body in motion, make it responsive to movement, as well as wake up the spirit and train the attentiveness of the mind. The next section includes combinations that gradually increase in tempo and dynamics and make use of intense floor work, as well as upright placement in space.
Alignment is the development of awareness for one’s own body, as well as for the space around us. This not merely gives us control over the body, which generally has to do with tension, but rather the steering of our own dance. Dynamic swift shifts are thus possible almost in the resting state of the mind and out of a maximum state of physical relaxation. The class is conceived as holistic training to help dancers get a good start into the rest of their working day.

Kristina Veit received her dance diploma from the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts. After graduation, she left Germany and worked at various theaters in Austria and Switzerland with choreographers such as Robert Poole, Philipp Egli, Anna Huber and Rui Horta. She left the established venues, when she began making her own work and collaborated with companies such as Manopy in Denmark, Cobosmika in Barcelona, the Dance Festival Montevideo Sitiada in Uruguay and diverse other international choreographers. In 2009, she collaborated on the production of [fi:l], in Denmark as well as Mittendrinnen/PET_3 at Mousonturm. She has been studying yoga and Ayurveda intensely since 1997 and teaches both for professionals, as well as beginners. Currently, she is training to become a body-oriented psychotherapist.

Mon 03.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kristina Veit
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Professional training with Kristina Veit

  • Mon 03.04.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a gentle warm-up combining breathing techniques and elements from aikido and yoga. The goal is to gradually set the physical body in motion, make it responsive to movement, as well as wake up the spirit and train the attentiveness of the mind. The next section includes combinations that gradually increase in tempo and dynamics and make use of intense floor work, as well as upright placement in space.
Alignment is the development of awareness for one’s own body, as well as for the space around us. This not merely gives us control over the body, which generally has to do with tension, but rather the steering of our own dance. Dynamic swift shifts are thus possible almost in the resting state of the mind and out of a maximum state of physical relaxation. The class is conceived as holistic training to help dancers get a good start into the rest of their working day.

Kristina Veit received her dance diploma from the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts. After graduation, she left Germany and worked at various theaters in Austria and Switzerland with choreographers such as Robert Poole, Philipp Egli, Anna Huber and Rui Horta. She left the established venues, when she began making her own work and collaborated with companies such as Manopy in Denmark, Cobosmika in Barcelona, the Dance Festival Montevideo Sitiada in Uruguay and diverse other international choreographers. In 2009, she collaborated on the production of [fi:l], in Denmark as well as Mittendrinnen/PET_3 at Mousonturm. She has been studying yoga and Ayurveda intensely since 1997 and teaches both for professionals, as well as beginners. Currently, she is training to become a body-oriented psychotherapist.

März 2017
Fri 31.03.2017 | 20:00
Nadia Beugré: Legacy
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Projekte zum MitmachenAufführungen

Nadia Beugré: Legacy

  • Fri 31.03.2017 | 20:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Legacy is a group piece talking about heritage : the heritage of the Bassam March during which the women were stroken while protesting, heritage of the guinean queen Pokou whom legend says that she scarified her son to save her people, heritage of all the women in march who just did not accept to stay silent. The strong and committed dance presented by Nadia Beugré is her own way to walk, run, run and never stop, her own way of protesting.
Fri 31.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Profitraining with Eldad Ben-Sasson
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Profitraining with Eldad Ben-Sasson

  • Fri 31.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class will focus on the connection between creativity and imagination in the dancer’s work. It is based upon Eldad Ben-Sassomn’s experience with Ohad Naharin’s method and many other ideas, concepts, exercises from his education, personal life and career and philosophy as well. The class will work with analytical thought and physical feelings in different situations, as experienced by the body. The aim is to enrich and improve the intuitive experience of the dancer, using the body’s memory in creating a movement that leaves “new” traces of memories in space, and practicing how to identify them and how to relate to them.

“During the class I speak constantly. Structured exercises, clear instructions for improvisation, and stamina exercises for strengthening. The class has no official break. The challenge of the class is to be in a constant state of body and mind connection. In the moments of tiredness we understand it is a quality that we can connect to and enjoy, being available for multi tasking challenges.“

Eldad Ben-Sasson studied at the Bat Dor School of Dance. He worked with the Batsheva Dance Company, directed by Ohad Naharin, and Vertigo Dance Company, directed by Noa Wertheim and Adi Sha’al. He collaborated with many choreographers such as Mats Ek, Sharon Eyal, Alexandra Waierstall, Paul Norton, Yoshifumi Inao, Orjan Andersson, Michael Getman, Noa Dar, Yossi Berg, among others. He is invited to give workshops in schools, academies and companies in Israel and around the world.
Eldad works as a choreographer since 2000. With his creation “4 of a kind” he won the 1st place and the best dancer award of the „Cross Connection Choreography Competition“ in Copenhagen. He travels and performs around the world with his works and as a guest performer in different projects.

Thu 30.03.2017 | 20:00
Nadia Beugré: Legacy
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Projekte zum MitmachenAufführungen

Nadia Beugré: Legacy

  • Thu 30.03.2017 | 20:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Legacy is a group piece talking about heritage : the heritage of the Bassam March during which the women were stroken while protesting, heritage of the guinean queen Pokou whom legend says that she scarified her son to save her people, heritage of all the women in march who just did not accept to stay silent. The strong and committed dance presented by Nadia Beugré is her own way to walk, run, run and never stop, her own way of protesting.
Thu 30.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Profitraining with Eldad Ben-Sasson
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Profitraining with Eldad Ben-Sasson

  • Thu 30.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class will focus on the connection between creativity and imagination in the dancer’s work. It is based upon Eldad Ben-Sassomn’s experience with Ohad Naharin’s method and many other ideas, concepts, exercises from his education, personal life and career and philosophy as well. The class will work with analytical thought and physical feelings in different situations, as experienced by the body. The aim is to enrich and improve the intuitive experience of the dancer, using the body’s memory in creating a movement that leaves “new” traces of memories in space, and practicing how to identify them and how to relate to them.

“During the class I speak constantly. Structured exercises, clear instructions for improvisation, and stamina exercises for strengthening. The class has no official break. The challenge of the class is to be in a constant state of body and mind connection. In the moments of tiredness we understand it is a quality that we can connect to and enjoy, being available for multi tasking challenges.“

Eldad Ben-Sasson studied at the Bat Dor School of Dance. He worked with the Batsheva Dance Company, directed by Ohad Naharin, and Vertigo Dance Company, directed by Noa Wertheim and Adi Sha’al. He collaborated with many choreographers such as Mats Ek, Sharon Eyal, Alexandra Waierstall, Paul Norton, Yoshifumi Inao, Orjan Andersson, Michael Getman, Noa Dar, Yossi Berg, among others. He is invited to give workshops in schools, academies and companies in Israel and around the world.
Eldad works as a choreographer since 2000. With his creation “4 of a kind” he won the 1st place and the best dancer award of the „Cross Connection Choreography Competition“ in Copenhagen. He travels and performs around the world with his works and as a guest performer in different projects.

Wed 29.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Profitraining with Eldad Ben-Sasson
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Profitraining with Eldad Ben-Sasson

  • Wed 29.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class will focus on the connection between creativity and imagination in the dancer’s work. It is based upon Eldad Ben-Sassomn’s experience with Ohad Naharin’s method and many other ideas, concepts, exercises from his education, personal life and career and philosophy as well. The class will work with analytical thought and physical feelings in different situations, as experienced by the body. The aim is to enrich and improve the intuitive experience of the dancer, using the body’s memory in creating a movement that leaves “new” traces of memories in space, and practicing how to identify them and how to relate to them.

“During the class I speak constantly. Structured exercises, clear instructions for improvisation, and stamina exercises for strengthening. The class has no official break. The challenge of the class is to be in a constant state of body and mind connection. In the moments of tiredness we understand it is a quality that we can connect to and enjoy, being available for multi tasking challenges.“

Eldad Ben-Sasson studied at the Bat Dor School of Dance. He worked with the Batsheva Dance Company, directed by Ohad Naharin, and Vertigo Dance Company, directed by Noa Wertheim and Adi Sha’al. He collaborated with many choreographers such as Mats Ek, Sharon Eyal, Alexandra Waierstall, Paul Norton, Yoshifumi Inao, Orjan Andersson, Michael Getman, Noa Dar, Yossi Berg, among others. He is invited to give workshops in schools, academies and companies in Israel and around the world.
Eldad works as a choreographer since 2000. With his creation “4 of a kind” he won the 1st place and the best dancer award of the „Cross Connection Choreography Competition“ in Copenhagen. He travels and performs around the world with his works and as a guest performer in different projects.

Tue 28.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Profitraining with Eldad Ben-Sasson
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Profitraining with Eldad Ben-Sasson

  • Tue 28.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class will focus on the connection between creativity and imagination in the dancer’s work. It is based upon Eldad Ben-Sassomn’s experience with Ohad Naharin’s method and many other ideas, concepts, exercises from his education, personal life and career and philosophy as well. The class will work with analytical thought and physical feelings in different situations, as experienced by the body. The aim is to enrich and improve the intuitive experience of the dancer, using the body’s memory in creating a movement that leaves “new” traces of memories in space, and practicing how to identify them and how to relate to them.

“During the class I speak constantly. Structured exercises, clear instructions for improvisation, and stamina exercises for strengthening. The class has no official break. The challenge of the class is to be in a constant state of body and mind connection. In the moments of tiredness we understand it is a quality that we can connect to and enjoy, being available for multi tasking challenges.“

Eldad Ben-Sasson studied at the Bat Dor School of Dance. He worked with the Batsheva Dance Company, directed by Ohad Naharin, and Vertigo Dance Company, directed by Noa Wertheim and Adi Sha’al. He collaborated with many choreographers such as Mats Ek, Sharon Eyal, Alexandra Waierstall, Paul Norton, Yoshifumi Inao, Orjan Andersson, Michael Getman, Noa Dar, Yossi Berg, among others. He is invited to give workshops in schools, academies and companies in Israel and around the world.
Eldad works as a choreographer since 2000. With his creation “4 of a kind” he won the 1st place and the best dancer award of the „Cross Connection Choreography Competition“ in Copenhagen. He travels and performs around the world with his works and as a guest performer in different projects.

Mon 27.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Profitraining with Eldad Ben-Sasson
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Profitraining with Eldad Ben-Sasson

  • Mon 27.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class will focus on the connection between creativity and imagination in the dancer’s work. It is based upon Eldad Ben-Sassomn’s experience with Ohad Naharin’s method and many other ideas, concepts, exercises from his education, personal life and career and philosophy as well. The class will work with analytical thought and physical feelings in different situations, as experienced by the body. The aim is to enrich and improve the intuitive experience of the dancer, using the body’s memory in creating a movement that leaves “new” traces of memories in space, and practicing how to identify them and how to relate to them.

“During the class I speak constantly. Structured exercises, clear instructions for improvisation, and stamina exercises for strengthening. The class has no official break. The challenge of the class is to be in a constant state of body and mind connection. In the moments of tiredness we understand it is a quality that we can connect to and enjoy, being available for multi tasking challenges.“

Eldad Ben-Sasson studied at the Bat Dor School of Dance. He worked with the Batsheva Dance Company, directed by Ohad Naharin, and Vertigo Dance Company, directed by Noa Wertheim and Adi Sha’al. He collaborated with many choreographers such as Mats Ek, Sharon Eyal, Alexandra Waierstall, Paul Norton, Yoshifumi Inao, Orjan Andersson, Michael Getman, Noa Dar, Yossi Berg, among others. He is invited to give workshops in schools, academies and companies in Israel and around the world.
Eldad works as a choreographer since 2000. With his creation “4 of a kind” he won the 1st place and the best dancer award of the „Cross Connection Choreography Competition“ in Copenhagen. He travels and performs around the world with his works and as a guest performer in different projects.

Sun 26.03.2017 | 17:00
Warm-up on the production "Balabala" by Eko Supriyanto
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Warm-ups

Warm-up on the production "Balabala" by Eko Supriyanto

  • Sun 26.03.2017 | 17:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal

For all those, who find the transition from everyday life to the theatre somewhat too sudden, we now have an alternative: the artists will be offering a Special warm-up for theatre spectators before select dance performances! Unlike typical introductory events, this is a chance to personally explore aspects of corporeality, dance or choreography based on very concrete examples and exercises. After the warm-up, there will still be enough time to freshen up before the Show begins. On special dates one hour before the show starts.

Fri 24.03.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Fri 24.03.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Thu 23.03.2017 | 20:00
Fabrice Mazliah / MAMAZA (Frankfurt): Acme of Emphasis
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Fabrice Mazliah / MAMAZA (Frankfurt): Acme of Emphasis

  • Thu 23.03.2017 | 20:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal
  • € 19 / erm. € 9

What makes us intelligent beings? What was there in the beginning? How do the objects that we have created influence our humanity and where do they come from? Questions of meaning, origin and the bigger picture are an integral part of being human. In Acme of Emphasis, Fabrice Mazliah and dancer Adam Ster apply them to the condensed cosmos of artistic creation. The new piece is a playful journey into the heart of paradoxical thought; an attempt to create something that does not need us. Dancing with the thing that we have created; waiting for the moment when what we are looking at, gazes back at us.

Thu 23.03.2017 | 19:00
Warm-up on the production "Acme of Emphasis" by Fabrice Mazliah
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Warm-ups

Warm-up on the production "Acme of Emphasis" by Fabrice Mazliah

  • Thu 23.03.2017 | 19:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main,
    Studio 1

For all those, who find the transition from everyday life to the theatre somewhat too sudden, we now have an alternative: the artists will be offering a Special warm-up for theatre spectators before select dance performances! Unlike typical introductory events, this is a chance to personally explore aspects of corporeality, dance or choreography based on very concrete examples and exercises. After the warm-up, there will still be enough time to freshen up before the show begins. On special dates one hour before the show starts.

Thu 23.03.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Thu 23.03.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Wed 22.03.2017 | 20:00
Fabrice Mazliah / MAMAZA (Frankfurt): Acme of Emphasis
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Residenzprogramm in FrankfurtAufführungen

Fabrice Mazliah / MAMAZA (Frankfurt): Acme of Emphasis

  • Wed 22.03.2017 | 20:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal
  • € 19 / erm. € 9

What makes us intelligent beings? What was there in the beginning? How do the objects that we have created influence our humanity and where do they come from? Questions of meaning, origin and the bigger picture are an integral part of being human. In Acme of Emphasis, Fabrice Mazliah and dancer Adam Ster apply them to the condensed cosmos of artistic creation. The new piece is a playful journey into the heart of paradoxical thought; an attempt to create something that does not need us. Dancing with the thing that we have created; waiting for the moment when what we are looking at, gazes back at us.

Wed 22.03.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Wed 22.03.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Tue 21.03.2017 | 20:00
Fabrice Mazliah / MAMAZA (Frankfurt): Acme of Emphasis
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Residenzprogramm in FrankfurtAufführungen

Fabrice Mazliah / MAMAZA (Frankfurt): Acme of Emphasis

  • Tue 21.03.2017 | 20:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal
  • € 19 / erm. € 9

What makes us intelligent beings? What was there in the beginning? How do the objects that we have created influence our humanity and where do they come from? Questions of meaning, origin and the bigger picture are an integral part of being human. In Acme of Emphasis, Fabrice Mazliah and dancer Adam Ster apply them to the condensed cosmos of artistic creation. The new piece is a playful journey into the heart of paradoxical thought; an attempt to create something that does not need us. Dancing with the thing that we have created; waiting for the moment when what we are looking at, gazes back at us.

Tue 21.03.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Tue 21.03.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Mon 20.03.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Mon 20.03.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Fri 17.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Fri 17.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Thu 16.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Thu 16.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Wed 15.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Wed 15.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Tue 14.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Tue 14.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Mon 13.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Mon 13.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Fri 10.03.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Adam Ster
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Professional Training

Professional training with Adam Ster

  • Fri 10.03.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Since his first encounter with yoga Adam Ster admire what a great tool it is. It’s science provides a net of physical, mental and spiritual practices towards a stronger sense of connectedness. Adam’s goal is to offer a safe environment where one can deepen their body-mind-spirit connection according to their own interests.
The dynamic morning class focuses on the optimal alignment of the body in all asanas and syncing movement to the breath. Specifically for dancers Adam Ster take time to practice hip openings to release accumulated tension. Partner work is also used allowing the dancer to engage with the understanding of their own body weight in relation to others, and to be able to reach deeper stretches not always possible while working alone.

Adam Ster was born in Budapest, where he graduated from the Hungarian Dance Academy. Upon graduation he’s been dancing for companies such as Jeune Ballet de France, Scapino Ballet Rotterdam and Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Tanz Köln. Since 2009 he is one of the founding members of the MichaelDouglas Kollektiv
(mdkollektiv.de) through which he performs/collaborates with other artists (a.o. Stefan Dreher, Fabrice Mazliah, Prue Lang) and teaches yoga and ballet (ZAIK, Tanzhaus NRW, Codarts Rotterdam, Dansateliers Rotterdam).

Thu 09.03.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Adam Ster
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Professional Training

Professional training with Adam Ster

  • Thu 09.03.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Since his first encounter with yoga Adam Ster admire what a great tool it is. It’s science provides a net of physical, mental and spiritual practices towards a stronger sense of connectedness. Adam’s goal is to offer a safe environment where one can deepen their body-mind-spirit connection according to their own interests.
The dynamic morning class focuses on the optimal alignment of the body in all asanas and syncing movement to the breath. Specifically for dancers Adam Ster take time to practice hip openings to release accumulated tension. Partner work is also used allowing the dancer to engage with the understanding of their own body weight in relation to others, and to be able to reach deeper stretches not always possible while working alone.

Adam Ster was born in Budapest, where he graduated from the Hungarian Dance Academy. Upon graduation he’s been dancing for companies such as Jeune Ballet de France, Scapino Ballet Rotterdam and Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Tanz Köln. Since 2009 he is one of the founding members of the MichaelDouglas Kollektiv
(mdkollektiv.de) through which he performs/collaborates with other artists (a.o. Stefan Dreher, Fabrice Mazliah, Prue Lang) and teaches yoga and ballet (ZAIK, Tanzhaus NRW, Codarts Rotterdam, Dansateliers Rotterdam).

Wed 08.03.2017 | 16:00 - 18:30
Forum Tanzvermittlung with Birutė Banevičiūtė
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Forum Tanzvermittlung with Birutė Banevičiūtė

  • Wed 08.03.2017 | 16:00 - 18:30
  • Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Ballettsaal, Christian-Zais-Str. 3, 65189 Wiesbaden
  • 15,50 € / 7,75 € erm.

Dancers-teachers lead children of 8–14 months age to dance world by trying different movements which develop coordination, balance and fine motor skills. These experiences will further lead into dance perception and interpretation, which might be expressed by children not only verbally, but also kinesthetically. During the activities adults will find out how babies understand dance and how their express their understanding. For parents who care to nurture their children it is important to learn to notice their reactions as well as to wait for their answers which might be not verbal, but kinesthetic.

Choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė graduated from Vilnius University, different dance techniques, improvisation and composition, dance pedagogy studied in the US, UK, Austria, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Poland and Lithuania. Her dance performances have been shown at various international dance festivals in Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Germany, Poland, Wales, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium and Netherlands. Birutė directed and created choreography for several children musical performances with 100-150 young dancers on stage aged from 2 to 19 years. Currently she works as assoc. prof. doctor of social sciences (dance education) in Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences in Dance and Theater Department. Birutė is a dance teacher and dance education scholar, giving seminars and workshops for children, dancers, choreographers, dance teachers nationally and internationally.

Wed 08.03.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Adam Ster
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Professional Training

Professional training with Adam Ster

  • Wed 08.03.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Since his first encounter with yoga Adam Ster admire what a great tool it is. It’s science provides a net of physical, mental and spiritual practices towards a stronger sense of connectedness. Adam’s goal is to offer a safe environment where one can deepen their body-mind-spirit connection according to their own interests.
The dynamic morning class focuses on the optimal alignment of the body in all asanas and syncing movement to the breath. Specifically for dancers Adam Ster take time to practice hip openings to release accumulated tension. Partner work is also used allowing the dancer to engage with the understanding of their own body weight in relation to others, and to be able to reach deeper stretches not always possible while working alone.

Adam Ster was born in Budapest, where he graduated from the Hungarian Dance Academy. Upon graduation he’s been dancing for companies such as Jeune Ballet de France, Scapino Ballet Rotterdam and Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Tanz Köln. Since 2009 he is one of the founding members of the MichaelDouglas Kollektiv
(mdkollektiv.de) through which he performs/collaborates with other artists (a.o. Stefan Dreher, Fabrice Mazliah, Prue Lang) and teaches yoga and ballet (ZAIK, Tanzhaus NRW, Codarts Rotterdam, Dansateliers Rotterdam).

Tue 07.03.2017 | 16:00 - 18:30
Forum Tanzvermittlung with Birutė Banevičiūtė
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Forum Tanzvermittlung with Birutė Banevičiūtė

  • Tue 07.03.2017 | 16:00 - 18:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • 15,50 € / 7,75 € erm.

Dancers-teachers lead children of 8–14 months age to dance world by trying different movements which develop coordination, balance and fine motor skills. These experiences will further lead into dance perception and interpretation, which might be expressed by children not only verbally, but also kinesthetically. During the activities adults will find out how babies understand dance and how their express their understanding. For parents who care to nurture their children it is important to learn to notice their reactions as well as to wait for their answers which might be not verbal, but kinesthetic.

Choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė graduated from Vilnius University, different dance techniques, improvisation and composition, dance pedagogy studied in the US, UK, Austria, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Poland and Lithuania. Her dance performances have been shown at various international dance festivals in Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Germany, Poland, Wales, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium and Netherlands. Birutė directed and created choreography for several children musical performances with 100-150 young dancers on stage aged from 2 to 19 years. Currently she works as assoc. prof. doctor of social sciences (dance education) in Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences in Dance and Theater Department. Birutė is a dance teacher and dance education scholar, giving seminars and workshops for children, dancers, choreographers, dance teachers nationally and internationally.

Tue 07.03.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Adam Ster
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Professional Training

Professional training with Adam Ster

  • Tue 07.03.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Since his first encounter with yoga Adam Ster admire what a great tool it is. It’s science provides a net of physical, mental and spiritual practices towards a stronger sense of connectedness. Adam’s goal is to offer a safe environment where one can deepen their body-mind-spirit connection according to their own interests.
The dynamic morning class focuses on the optimal alignment of the body in all asanas and syncing movement to the breath. Specifically for dancers Adam Ster take time to practice hip openings to release accumulated tension. Partner work is also used allowing the dancer to engage with the understanding of their own body weight in relation to others, and to be able to reach deeper stretches not always possible while working alone.

Adam Ster was born in Budapest, where he graduated from the Hungarian Dance Academy. Upon graduation he’s been dancing for companies such as Jeune Ballet de France, Scapino Ballet Rotterdam and Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Tanz Köln. Since 2009 he is one of the founding members of the MichaelDouglas Kollektiv
(mdkollektiv.de) through which he performs/collaborates with other artists (a.o. Stefan Dreher, Fabrice Mazliah, Prue Lang) and teaches yoga and ballet (ZAIK, Tanzhaus NRW, Codarts Rotterdam, Dansateliers Rotterdam).

Mon 06.03.2017 | 10:00 - 13:45
Dance medical consultation sessions
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Dance medical consultation

Dance medical consultation sessions

  • Mon 06.03.2017 | 10:00 - 13:45
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Eigenkostenanteil/Own contribution: € 15,-

What is taken for granted by many professional athletes – medical and therapeutic support throughout their entire active career – should also become available for dancers!
Dr. med. Benita Kuni will offer support and assistance on the following:

  • Prevention of Dance Injuries
  • Rehabilitation and How to Make a Comeback after a Dance Injury
  • Analysis of Dance Technique and Technique Coaching
  • Alternative Training Methods for Dancers
  • “Dance Medicine Check-Up”
  • Guidance and Supervision in the Field of Dance Medicine

Registration:
Online form

Mon 06.03.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Adam Ster
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Professional Training

Professional training with Adam Ster

  • Mon 06.03.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Since his first encounter with yoga Adam Ster admire what a great tool it is. It’s science provides a net of physical, mental and spiritual practices towards a stronger sense of connectedness. Adam’s goal is to offer a safe environment where one can deepen their body-mind-spirit connection according to their own interests.
The dynamic morning class focuses on the optimal alignment of the body in all asanas and syncing movement to the breath. Specifically for dancers Adam Ster take time to practice hip openings to release accumulated tension. Partner work is also used allowing the dancer to engage with the understanding of their own body weight in relation to others, and to be able to reach deeper stretches not always possible while working alone.

Adam Ster was born in Budapest, where he graduated from the Hungarian Dance Academy. Upon graduation he’s been dancing for companies such as Jeune Ballet de France, Scapino Ballet Rotterdam and Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Tanz Köln. Since 2009 he is one of the founding members of the MichaelDouglas Kollektiv
(mdkollektiv.de) through which he performs/collaborates with other artists (a.o. Stefan Dreher, Fabrice Mazliah, Prue Lang) and teaches yoga and ballet (ZAIK, Tanzhaus NRW, Codarts Rotterdam, Dansateliers Rotterdam).

Fri 03.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Profitraining with Ilana Reynolds
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Profitraining with Ilana Reynolds

  • Fri 03.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 6,-, 10er-Karte € 35,-, Monatskarte € 50,-

What about jumping?
This class is inspired by the human capacity to jump, to lift off, to propel and to land. How does this sensation live as an energetic dynamic in the body? We begin with a gentle warm-up inspired by somatic and release techniques where breath serves as a fundamental support and movement ease is encouraged through body alignment. The class progresses in space emphasizing a sense of weight, rebound, momentum and spatial dynamics inspired through the act of jumping. Phrase material is then layered together to create a frame to explore these elements. The aim is to ignite a sense of vitality in the body that is continuous and alive.

As a dancer, performer and teaching artist, Ilana Reynold’s influences are based in Afro-Brazilian dance/Capeoira, release techniques, somatic practices and dance improvisation. She began her BA in dance at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst/USA and finished her studies at Escola da Fundaçao de Dança in Salvador, Brazil. Between 2004 and 2012, Ilana danced professionally with Brazilian choreographer Augusto Soledade in Miami, FL. She toured nationally and internationally with the company as a dancer, rehearsal director, repertory teacher and worked extensively with children. In 2008 Ilana received two artistic scholarships through the State of Florida to work with choreographer Christine Brunel in Essen, Germany. Deeply inspired by their exchange, she moved to Germany in 2012. Within a year, she co-founded Lake Studios Berlin, an artist initiated rehearsal/performance/production space, where she has produced and curated works of her own and others. She continues to teach contemporary dance approaches to students and professionals in Germany and abroad. For the past two years she tours her latest collaborative work LIEGEN 0 with performer Philipe Rives in street performance festivals around Europe. Currently Ilana is studying for her Master’s Degree in contemporary dance education at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende und Kunst in Frankfurt am Main and is an awarded scholar of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes.

Thu 02.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Profitraining with Ilana Reynolds
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Profitraining with Ilana Reynolds

  • Thu 02.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 6,-, 10er-Karte € 35,-, Monatskarte € 50,-

What about jumping?
This class is inspired by the human capacity to jump, to lift off, to propel and to land. How does this sensation live as an energetic dynamic in the body? We begin with a gentle warm-up inspired by somatic and release techniques where breath serves as a fundamental support and movement ease is encouraged through body alignment. The class progresses in space emphasizing a sense of weight, rebound, momentum and spatial dynamics inspired through the act of jumping. Phrase material is then layered together to create a frame to explore these elements. The aim is to ignite a sense of vitality in the body that is continuous and alive.

As a dancer, performer and teaching artist, Ilana Reynold’s influences are based in Afro-Brazilian dance/Capeoira, release techniques, somatic practices and dance improvisation. She began her BA in dance at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst/USA and finished her studies at Escola da Fundaçao de Dança in Salvador, Brazil. Between 2004 and 2012, Ilana danced professionally with Brazilian choreographer Augusto Soledade in Miami, FL. She toured nationally and internationally with the company as a dancer, rehearsal director, repertory teacher and worked extensively with children. In 2008 Ilana received two artistic scholarships through the State of Florida to work with choreographer Christine Brunel in Essen, Germany. Deeply inspired by their exchange, she moved to Germany in 2012. Within a year, she co-founded Lake Studios Berlin, an artist initiated rehearsal/performance/production space, where she has produced and curated works of her own and others. She continues to teach contemporary dance approaches to students and professionals in Germany and abroad. For the past two years she tours her latest collaborative work LIEGEN 0 with performer Philipe Rives in street performance festivals around Europe. Currently Ilana is studying for her Master’s Degree in contemporary dance education at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende und Kunst in Frankfurt am Main and is an awarded scholar of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes.

Wed 01.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Profitraining with Ilana Reynolds
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Profitraining with Ilana Reynolds

  • Wed 01.03.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 6,-, 10er-Karte € 35,-, Monatskarte € 50,-

What about jumping?
This class is inspired by the human capacity to jump, to lift off, to propel and to land. How does this sensation live as an energetic dynamic in the body? We begin with a gentle warm-up inspired by somatic and release techniques where breath serves as a fundamental support and movement ease is encouraged through body alignment. The class progresses in space emphasizing a sense of weight, rebound, momentum and spatial dynamics inspired through the act of jumping. Phrase material is then layered together to create a frame to explore these elements. The aim is to ignite a sense of vitality in the body that is continuous and alive.

As a dancer, performer and teaching artist, Ilana Reynold’s influences are based in Afro-Brazilian dance/Capeoira, release techniques, somatic practices and dance improvisation. She began her BA in dance at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst/USA and finished her studies at Escola da Fundaçao de Dança in Salvador, Brazil. Between 2004 and 2012, Ilana danced professionally with Brazilian choreographer Augusto Soledade in Miami, FL. She toured nationally and internationally with the company as a dancer, rehearsal director, repertory teacher and worked extensively with children. In 2008 Ilana received two artistic scholarships through the State of Florida to work with choreographer Christine Brunel in Essen, Germany. Deeply inspired by their exchange, she moved to Germany in 2012. Within a year, she co-founded Lake Studios Berlin, an artist initiated rehearsal/performance/production space, where she has produced and curated works of her own and others. She continues to teach contemporary dance approaches to students and professionals in Germany and abroad. For the past two years she tours her latest collaborative work LIEGEN 0 with performer Philipe Rives in street performance festivals around Europe. Currently Ilana is studying for her Master’s Degree in contemporary dance education at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende und Kunst in Frankfurt am Main and is an awarded scholar of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes.

Februar 2017
Tue 28.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Profitraining with Ilana Reynolds
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Profitraining with Ilana Reynolds

  • Tue 28.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 6,-, 10er-Karte € 35,-, Monatskarte € 50,-

What about jumping?
This class is inspired by the human capacity to jump, to lift off, to propel and to land. How does this sensation live as an energetic dynamic in the body? We begin with a gentle warm-up inspired by somatic and release techniques where breath serves as a fundamental support and movement ease is encouraged through body alignment. The class progresses in space emphasizing a sense of weight, rebound, momentum and spatial dynamics inspired through the act of jumping. Phrase material is then layered together to create a frame to explore these elements. The aim is to ignite a sense of vitality in the body that is continuous and alive.

As a dancer, performer and teaching artist, Ilana Reynold’s influences are based in Afro-Brazilian dance/Capeoira, release techniques, somatic practices and dance improvisation. She began her BA in dance at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst/USA and finished her studies at Escola da Fundaçao de Dança in Salvador, Brazil. Between 2004 and 2012, Ilana danced professionally with Brazilian choreographer Augusto Soledade in Miami, FL. She toured nationally and internationally with the company as a dancer, rehearsal director, repertory teacher and worked extensively with children. In 2008 Ilana received two artistic scholarships through the State of Florida to work with choreographer Christine Brunel in Essen, Germany. Deeply inspired by their exchange, she moved to Germany in 2012. Within a year, she co-founded Lake Studios Berlin, an artist initiated rehearsal/performance/production space, where she has produced and curated works of her own and others. She continues to teach contemporary dance approaches to students and professionals in Germany and abroad. For the past two years she tours her latest collaborative work LIEGEN 0 with performer Philipe Rives in street performance festivals around Europe. Currently Ilana is studying for her Master’s Degree in contemporary dance education at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende und Kunst in Frankfurt am Main and is an awarded scholar of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes.

Mon 27.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Profitraining with Ilana Reynolds
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Profitraining with Ilana Reynolds

  • Mon 27.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 6,-, 10er-Karte € 35,-, Monatskarte € 50,-

What about jumping?
This class is inspired by the human capacity to jump, to lift off, to propel and to land. How does this sensation live as an energetic dynamic in the body? We begin with a gentle warm-up inspired by somatic and release techniques where breath serves as a fundamental support and movement ease is encouraged through body alignment. The class progresses in space emphasizing a sense of weight, rebound, momentum and spatial dynamics inspired through the act of jumping. Phrase material is then layered together to create a frame to explore these elements. The aim is to ignite a sense of vitality in the body that is continuous and alive.

As a dancer, performer and teaching artist, Ilana Reynold’s influences are based in Afro-Brazilian dance/Capeoira, release techniques, somatic practices and dance improvisation. She began her BA in dance at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst/USA and finished her studies at Escola da Fundaçao de Dança in Salvador, Brazil. Between 2004 and 2012, Ilana danced professionally with Brazilian choreographer Augusto Soledade in Miami, FL. She toured nationally and internationally with the company as a dancer, rehearsal director, repertory teacher and worked extensively with children. In 2008 Ilana received two artistic scholarships through the State of Florida to work with choreographer Christine Brunel in Essen, Germany. Deeply inspired by their exchange, she moved to Germany in 2012. Within a year, she co-founded Lake Studios Berlin, an artist initiated rehearsal/performance/production space, where she has produced and curated works of her own and others. She continues to teach contemporary dance approaches to students and professionals in Germany and abroad. For the past two years she tours her latest collaborative work LIEGEN 0 with performer Philipe Rives in street performance festivals around Europe. Currently Ilana is studying for her Master’s Degree in contemporary dance education at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende und Kunst in Frankfurt am Main and is an awarded scholar of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes.

Fri 24.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Fri 24.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Thu 23.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Thu 23.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Wed 22.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Wed 22.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Tue 21.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Tue 21.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Mon 20.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Mon 20.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Fri 17.02.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Oded Ronen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Oded Ronen

  • Fri 17.02.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

Built over five years of intense research, Imagery in Motion (I.M) is based on an applied understanding of human neurology: carefully crafted imagery is used for a deeper understanding of the movement possibilities of the body. The imagery is drawn from emotional states and from the animal kingdom to build a bridge between the worlds of imagination and physics. Both as a creation system and as an execution tool, artists learn to replace standard dance terms and ideas with a playful treasure trove of fantasies and images by opening their sensory system.
*
Oded Ronen*
Born in Israel, Oded trained at The Laban Center and Bodyworks, before obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Rambert School of ballet and contemporary dance (all in the UK). Oded danced for CeDeCe Dance Company (Portugal), Kolben Dance Company and Fresco Dance Company (both in Israel). Additionally, Oded danced for projects by Ana Lujan Sanchez, AmfiDromoChoroTeatro (Cyprus), and as a Soloist at the Opening Ceremony of the Athens Olympic Games, under Dimitris Papaioannou. Oded currently dances in his own works.

As a Choreographer, Oded has created pieces for the Jerusalem Ballet, Bloomfield Science Museum, IntimaDance Festival, Kolben Dance Company and Humans in Motion (all in Israel), West Australia Academy of Performing Arts, Ochre Dance Company, STRUT (all three in Australia), XPATS International Project (Switzerland, The Netherlands), Albania Dance Theatre and Transitions Dance Company (London).
Oded has won awards by the Tel Aviv Municipality for his pieces on Bikurei Haitim Dance Training program (2010, 2011, 2013) and represented Israel twice in Albania Dance Meeting (2010, 2011). He has been funded by the Israeli Ministry of Culture, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Municipality of Tel Aviv, The Rabinovich Foundation and Australia Council for the Arts.

Oded teaches his movement & choreography technique – Imagery in Motion:
In Israel: Bikurei Ha’Itim Dance Centre, Vertigo Dance Company, the Jerusalem Ballet, HaYovel Performing Arts High School, The Arts High School of Jerusalem, Jerusalem Dance Academy.
Abroad: Sydney Dance Company PPY, Queensland University of Technology, STRUT Dance, Ausdance QLD, Stephanie Lake Company, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, the Kim Baker School (all in Australia); Urbanity Dance Company (USA); Aurinko Baletti (Finland); Trinity Laban, The Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance and The Northern School of Contemporary Dance (all in the UK).

Thu 16.02.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Oded Ronen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Oded Ronen

  • Thu 16.02.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

Built over five years of intense research, Imagery in Motion (I.M) is based on an applied understanding of human neurology: carefully crafted imagery is used for a deeper understanding of the movement possibilities of the body. The imagery is drawn from emotional states and from the animal kingdom to build a bridge between the worlds of imagination and physics. Both as a creation system and as an execution tool, artists learn to replace standard dance terms and ideas with a playful treasure trove of fantasies and images by opening their sensory system.
*
Oded Ronen*
Born in Israel, Oded trained at The Laban Center and Bodyworks, before obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Rambert School of ballet and contemporary dance (all in the UK). Oded danced for CeDeCe Dance Company (Portugal), Kolben Dance Company and Fresco Dance Company (both in Israel). Additionally, Oded danced for projects by Ana Lujan Sanchez, AmfiDromoChoroTeatro (Cyprus), and as a Soloist at the Opening Ceremony of the Athens Olympic Games, under Dimitris Papaioannou. Oded currently dances in his own works.

As a Choreographer, Oded has created pieces for the Jerusalem Ballet, Bloomfield Science Museum, IntimaDance Festival, Kolben Dance Company and Humans in Motion (all in Israel), West Australia Academy of Performing Arts, Ochre Dance Company, STRUT (all three in Australia), XPATS International Project (Switzerland, The Netherlands), Albania Dance Theatre and Transitions Dance Company (London).
Oded has won awards by the Tel Aviv Municipality for his pieces on Bikurei Haitim Dance Training program (2010, 2011, 2013) and represented Israel twice in Albania Dance Meeting (2010, 2011). He has been funded by the Israeli Ministry of Culture, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Municipality of Tel Aviv, The Rabinovich Foundation and Australia Council for the Arts.

Oded teaches his movement & choreography technique – Imagery in Motion:
In Israel: Bikurei Ha’Itim Dance Centre, Vertigo Dance Company, the Jerusalem Ballet, HaYovel Performing Arts High School, The Arts High School of Jerusalem, Jerusalem Dance Academy.
Abroad: Sydney Dance Company PPY, Queensland University of Technology, STRUT Dance, Ausdance QLD, Stephanie Lake Company, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, the Kim Baker School (all in Australia); Urbanity Dance Company (USA); Aurinko Baletti (Finland); Trinity Laban, The Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance and The Northern School of Contemporary Dance (all in the UK).

Wed 15.02.2017 | 19:00
May Zarhy/MAMAZA (Tel Aviv / Berlin/ Frankfurt): "Next to near"
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May Zarhy/MAMAZA (Tel Aviv / Berlin/ Frankfurt): "Next to near"

  • Wed 15.02.2017 | 19:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

May Zarhy, member of the choreographer trio MAMAZA, returns to Mousonturm to develop parts of her new production NEXT TO NEAR in residency. Together with composer Tian Rotteveel and choreographer Hermann Heisig, specialist for slapstick and absurd timing, Zarhy will be dealing with a central paradox of today’s day and age: thanks to video telephony and budget airlines, we feel connected to people far away, while at the same time alienating ourselves from our immediate surroundings. In an open rehearsal, the trio will provide some insights into their working process and their exploration of the absurd relationship between distance and intimacy.

Wed 15.02.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Oded Ronen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Oded Ronen

  • Wed 15.02.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

Built over five years of intense research, Imagery in Motion (I.M) is based on an applied understanding of human neurology: carefully crafted imagery is used for a deeper understanding of the movement possibilities of the body. The imagery is drawn from emotional states and from the animal kingdom to build a bridge between the worlds of imagination and physics. Both as a creation system and as an execution tool, artists learn to replace standard dance terms and ideas with a playful treasure trove of fantasies and images by opening their sensory system.
*
Oded Ronen*
Born in Israel, Oded trained at The Laban Center and Bodyworks, before obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Rambert School of ballet and contemporary dance (all in the UK). Oded danced for CeDeCe Dance Company (Portugal), Kolben Dance Company and Fresco Dance Company (both in Israel). Additionally, Oded danced for projects by Ana Lujan Sanchez, AmfiDromoChoroTeatro (Cyprus), and as a Soloist at the Opening Ceremony of the Athens Olympic Games, under Dimitris Papaioannou. Oded currently dances in his own works.

As a Choreographer, Oded has created pieces for the Jerusalem Ballet, Bloomfield Science Museum, IntimaDance Festival, Kolben Dance Company and Humans in Motion (all in Israel), West Australia Academy of Performing Arts, Ochre Dance Company, STRUT (all three in Australia), XPATS International Project (Switzerland, The Netherlands), Albania Dance Theatre and Transitions Dance Company (London).
Oded has won awards by the Tel Aviv Municipality for his pieces on Bikurei Haitim Dance Training program (2010, 2011, 2013) and represented Israel twice in Albania Dance Meeting (2010, 2011). He has been funded by the Israeli Ministry of Culture, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Municipality of Tel Aviv, The Rabinovich Foundation and Australia Council for the Arts.

Oded teaches his movement & choreography technique – Imagery in Motion:
In Israel: Bikurei Ha’Itim Dance Centre, Vertigo Dance Company, the Jerusalem Ballet, HaYovel Performing Arts High School, The Arts High School of Jerusalem, Jerusalem Dance Academy.
Abroad: Sydney Dance Company PPY, Queensland University of Technology, STRUT Dance, Ausdance QLD, Stephanie Lake Company, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, the Kim Baker School (all in Australia); Urbanity Dance Company (USA); Aurinko Baletti (Finland); Trinity Laban, The Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance and The Northern School of Contemporary Dance (all in the UK).

Tue 14.02.2017 | 17:30 - 20:00
Contemporary Dance for everyone between the ages of 16 and 59
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Klubs

Contemporary Dance for everyone between the ages of 16 and 59

  • Tue 14.02.2017 | 17:30 - 20:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 50,-

The dance club will run until summer 2017 and offers the chance to playfully and as a group explore the body’s many potentials and learn to communicate through movement in weekly sessions.

Participants can gain a better understanding of contemporary dance via the interdisciplinary approach and by experimentally dealing with issues that they themselves find interesting or inspiring. The dance club aims to encourage engagement with artistic dance as a group, to explore the body and exchange ideas.

Participants learn a special approach to movement, which allows them to translate music, ideas, feelings and impulses into physical expression. The group work challenges existing individual concepts of dance. The weekly sessions every Tuesday serve as labs in which artistic experience is conveyed, but which also allow enough space for participants to experiment with ideas of their own. The club creates a creative environment in all are simultaneously most experienced and still learning. The dance club is open at all between age 16 to 59 and will be guided by Frankfurt dancer and choreographer Jason Jacobs.

The dance club is fully booked

Further dates:
Di, 21.02.2017
Do, 02.03.2017
Di, 14.03.2017
Di, 28.03.2017
Di, 04.04.2017
Di, 25.04.2017
Di, 16.05.2017
Di, 23.05.2017
Di, 06.06.2017
Di, 20.06.2017

Tue 14.02.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Oded Ronen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Oded Ronen

  • Tue 14.02.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

Built over five years of intense research, Imagery in Motion (I.M) is based on an applied understanding of human neurology: carefully crafted imagery is used for a deeper understanding of the movement possibilities of the body. The imagery is drawn from emotional states and from the animal kingdom to build a bridge between the worlds of imagination and physics. Both as a creation system and as an execution tool, artists learn to replace standard dance terms and ideas with a playful treasure trove of fantasies and images by opening their sensory system.
*
Oded Ronen*
Born in Israel, Oded trained at The Laban Center and Bodyworks, before obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Rambert School of ballet and contemporary dance (all in the UK). Oded danced for CeDeCe Dance Company (Portugal), Kolben Dance Company and Fresco Dance Company (both in Israel). Additionally, Oded danced for projects by Ana Lujan Sanchez, AmfiDromoChoroTeatro (Cyprus), and as a Soloist at the Opening Ceremony of the Athens Olympic Games, under Dimitris Papaioannou. Oded currently dances in his own works.

As a Choreographer, Oded has created pieces for the Jerusalem Ballet, Bloomfield Science Museum, IntimaDance Festival, Kolben Dance Company and Humans in Motion (all in Israel), West Australia Academy of Performing Arts, Ochre Dance Company, STRUT (all three in Australia), XPATS International Project (Switzerland, The Netherlands), Albania Dance Theatre and Transitions Dance Company (London).
Oded has won awards by the Tel Aviv Municipality for his pieces on Bikurei Haitim Dance Training program (2010, 2011, 2013) and represented Israel twice in Albania Dance Meeting (2010, 2011). He has been funded by the Israeli Ministry of Culture, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Municipality of Tel Aviv, The Rabinovich Foundation and Australia Council for the Arts.

Oded teaches his movement & choreography technique – Imagery in Motion:
In Israel: Bikurei Ha’Itim Dance Centre, Vertigo Dance Company, the Jerusalem Ballet, HaYovel Performing Arts High School, The Arts High School of Jerusalem, Jerusalem Dance Academy.
Abroad: Sydney Dance Company PPY, Queensland University of Technology, STRUT Dance, Ausdance QLD, Stephanie Lake Company, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, the Kim Baker School (all in Australia); Urbanity Dance Company (USA); Aurinko Baletti (Finland); Trinity Laban, The Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance and The Northern School of Contemporary Dance (all in the UK).

Mon 13.02.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Oded Ronen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Oded Ronen

  • Mon 13.02.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

Built over five years of intense research, Imagery in Motion (I.M) is based on an applied understanding of human neurology: carefully crafted imagery is used for a deeper understanding of the movement possibilities of the body. The imagery is drawn from emotional states and from the animal kingdom to build a bridge between the worlds of imagination and physics. Both as a creation system and as an execution tool, artists learn to replace standard dance terms and ideas with a playful treasure trove of fantasies and images by opening their sensory system.
*
Oded Ronen*
Born in Israel, Oded trained at The Laban Center and Bodyworks, before obtaining a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Rambert School of ballet and contemporary dance (all in the UK). Oded danced for CeDeCe Dance Company (Portugal), Kolben Dance Company and Fresco Dance Company (both in Israel). Additionally, Oded danced for projects by Ana Lujan Sanchez, AmfiDromoChoroTeatro (Cyprus), and as a Soloist at the Opening Ceremony of the Athens Olympic Games, under Dimitris Papaioannou. Oded currently dances in his own works.

As a Choreographer, Oded has created pieces for the Jerusalem Ballet, Bloomfield Science Museum, IntimaDance Festival, Kolben Dance Company and Humans in Motion (all in Israel), West Australia Academy of Performing Arts, Ochre Dance Company, STRUT (all three in Australia), XPATS International Project (Switzerland, The Netherlands), Albania Dance Theatre and Transitions Dance Company (London).
Oded has won awards by the Tel Aviv Municipality for his pieces on Bikurei Haitim Dance Training program (2010, 2011, 2013) and represented Israel twice in Albania Dance Meeting (2010, 2011). He has been funded by the Israeli Ministry of Culture, Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Municipality of Tel Aviv, The Rabinovich Foundation and Australia Council for the Arts.

Oded teaches his movement & choreography technique – Imagery in Motion:
In Israel: Bikurei Ha’Itim Dance Centre, Vertigo Dance Company, the Jerusalem Ballet, HaYovel Performing Arts High School, The Arts High School of Jerusalem, Jerusalem Dance Academy.
Abroad: Sydney Dance Company PPY, Queensland University of Technology, STRUT Dance, Ausdance QLD, Stephanie Lake Company, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, the Kim Baker School (all in Australia); Urbanity Dance Company (USA); Aurinko Baletti (Finland); Trinity Laban, The Rambert School of Ballet & Contemporary Dance and The Northern School of Contemporary Dance (all in the UK).

Sat 11.02.2017 | 20:00 - 21:30
Compagnie Philippe Saire: "Cut"
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Compagnie Philippe Saire: "Cut"

  • Sat 11.02.2017 | 20:00 - 21:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 10,50 - 18,50

In Switzerland, choreographer Philippe Saire is considered a key protagonist of the contemporary dance scene. In 1996, he founded his own company. During a residency the ensemble worked on their new production “Cut”, which will now be shown in February 2017 in Darmstadt. A “work in progress” showing was presented last September 2016 at the Staatstheater Darmstadt.

Fri 10.02.2017 | 20:00 - 21:30
Compagnie Philippe Saire: "Cut"
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Compagnie Philippe Saire: "Cut"

  • Fri 10.02.2017 | 20:00 - 21:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 10,50 - 18,50

In Switzerland, choreographer Philippe Saire is considered a key protagonist of the contemporary dance scene. In 1996, he founded his own company. During a residency the ensemble worked on their new production “Cut”, which will now be shown in February 2017 in Darmstadt. A “work in progress” showing was presented last September 2016 at the Staatstheater Darmstadt.

Fri 10.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with May Zarhy
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Professional Training

Professional training with May Zarhy

  • Fri 10.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Inside out (contemporary)
Based on principles of Feldenkrais and release technique, the practice focuses on one’s connection to the body from the inside out: awakening physical connections, stimulating sensibility, to then integrating these into movement schemes. It starts with simple movements developing into a full range dance, where one’s presence and concentration are at the core of interest. The idea is to set the body in motion in a comfortable and methodic way.

May Zarhy
Born in Israel in 1984, May Zarhy created her first piece for the National Choreography Biennale “Shades in Dance 2001” Tel Aviv, directed by Noemie Perlov, before moving to the Netherlands in 2002 to study dance at the Rotterdam Dance Academy. In 2005, she assisted William Forsythe in the creation “3 Atmospheric Studies”. In 2006 received the Quercus Trust Scholarship in London. May was a member in ex.e.r.ce07 in Montpellier France, directed by Mathilde Monnier and Xavier Le Roy.
Her latest piece “ZERO” (2009) was created in collaboration with Fabrice Mazliah and Ioannis Mandafounis and co-produced by the Festival Automne en Normandie, Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt, PACT Zollverein Essen, Kunstenfestivaldesarts and Les Rencontres Chorégraphiques Internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis. Currently based in Tel Aviv Israel, she is engaged as a choreographer in the “Maslool training program” directed by Noemie Perlov and Offir Dagan, where she also teaches contemporary dance and theory.

Thu 09.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with May Zarhy
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Professional Training

Professional training with May Zarhy

  • Thu 09.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Inside out (contemporary)
Based on principles of Feldenkrais and release technique, the practice focuses on one’s connection to the body from the inside out: awakening physical connections, stimulating sensibility, to then integrating these into movement schemes. It starts with simple movements developing into a full range dance, where one’s presence and concentration are at the core of interest. The idea is to set the body in motion in a comfortable and methodic way.

May Zarhy
Born in Israel in 1984, May Zarhy created her first piece for the National Choreography Biennale “Shades in Dance 2001” Tel Aviv, directed by Noemie Perlov, before moving to the Netherlands in 2002 to study dance at the Rotterdam Dance Academy. In 2005, she assisted William Forsythe in the creation “3 Atmospheric Studies”. In 2006 received the Quercus Trust Scholarship in London. May was a member in ex.e.r.ce07 in Montpellier France, directed by Mathilde Monnier and Xavier Le Roy.
Her latest piece “ZERO” (2009) was created in collaboration with Fabrice Mazliah and Ioannis Mandafounis and co-produced by the Festival Automne en Normandie, Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt, PACT Zollverein Essen, Kunstenfestivaldesarts and Les Rencontres Chorégraphiques Internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis. Currently based in Tel Aviv Israel, she is engaged as a choreographer in the “Maslool training program” directed by Noemie Perlov and Offir Dagan, where she also teaches contemporary dance and theory.

Wed 08.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with May Zarhy
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Professional Training

Professional training with May Zarhy

  • Wed 08.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Inside out (contemporary)
Based on principles of Feldenkrais and release technique, the practice focuses on one’s connection to the body from the inside out: awakening physical connections, stimulating sensibility, to then integrating these into movement schemes. It starts with simple movements developing into a full range dance, where one’s presence and concentration are at the core of interest. The idea is to set the body in motion in a comfortable and methodic way.

May Zarhy
Born in Israel in 1984, May Zarhy created her first piece for the National Choreography Biennale “Shades in Dance 2001” Tel Aviv, directed by Noemie Perlov, before moving to the Netherlands in 2002 to study dance at the Rotterdam Dance Academy. In 2005, she assisted William Forsythe in the creation “3 Atmospheric Studies”. In 2006 received the Quercus Trust Scholarship in London. May was a member in ex.e.r.ce07 in Montpellier France, directed by Mathilde Monnier and Xavier Le Roy.
Her latest piece “ZERO” (2009) was created in collaboration with Fabrice Mazliah and Ioannis Mandafounis and co-produced by the Festival Automne en Normandie, Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt, PACT Zollverein Essen, Kunstenfestivaldesarts and Les Rencontres Chorégraphiques Internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis. Currently based in Tel Aviv Israel, she is engaged as a choreographer in the “Maslool training program” directed by Noemie Perlov and Offir Dagan, where she also teaches contemporary dance and theory.

Tue 07.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with May Zarhy
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Professional Training

Professional training with May Zarhy

  • Tue 07.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Inside out (contemporary)
Based on principles of Feldenkrais and release technique, the practice focuses on one’s connection to the body from the inside out: awakening physical connections, stimulating sensibility, to then integrating these into movement schemes. It starts with simple movements developing into a full range dance, where one’s presence and concentration are at the core of interest. The idea is to set the body in motion in a comfortable and methodic way.

May Zarhy
Born in Israel in 1984, May Zarhy created her first piece for the National Choreography Biennale “Shades in Dance 2001” Tel Aviv, directed by Noemie Perlov, before moving to the Netherlands in 2002 to study dance at the Rotterdam Dance Academy. In 2005, she assisted William Forsythe in the creation “3 Atmospheric Studies”. In 2006 received the Quercus Trust Scholarship in London. May was a member in ex.e.r.ce07 in Montpellier France, directed by Mathilde Monnier and Xavier Le Roy.
Her latest piece “ZERO” (2009) was created in collaboration with Fabrice Mazliah and Ioannis Mandafounis and co-produced by the Festival Automne en Normandie, Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt, PACT Zollverein Essen, Kunstenfestivaldesarts and Les Rencontres Chorégraphiques Internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis. Currently based in Tel Aviv Israel, she is engaged as a choreographer in the “Maslool training program” directed by Noemie Perlov and Offir Dagan, where she also teaches contemporary dance and theory.

Mon 06.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with May Zarhy
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Professional Training

Professional training with May Zarhy

  • Mon 06.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Inside out (contemporary)
Based on principles of Feldenkrais and release technique, the practice focuses on one’s connection to the body from the inside out: awakening physical connections, stimulating sensibility, to then integrating these into movement schemes. It starts with simple movements developing into a full range dance, where one’s presence and concentration are at the core of interest. The idea is to set the body in motion in a comfortable and methodic way.

May Zarhy
Born in Israel in 1984, May Zarhy created her first piece for the National Choreography Biennale “Shades in Dance 2001” Tel Aviv, directed by Noemie Perlov, before moving to the Netherlands in 2002 to study dance at the Rotterdam Dance Academy. In 2005, she assisted William Forsythe in the creation “3 Atmospheric Studies”. In 2006 received the Quercus Trust Scholarship in London. May was a member in ex.e.r.ce07 in Montpellier France, directed by Mathilde Monnier and Xavier Le Roy.
Her latest piece “ZERO” (2009) was created in collaboration with Fabrice Mazliah and Ioannis Mandafounis and co-produced by the Festival Automne en Normandie, Kunstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt, PACT Zollverein Essen, Kunstenfestivaldesarts and Les Rencontres Chorégraphiques Internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis. Currently based in Tel Aviv Israel, she is engaged as a choreographer in the “Maslool training program” directed by Noemie Perlov and Offir Dagan, where she also teaches contemporary dance and theory.

Sat 04.02.2017 | 19:30
Work in Progress: Helena Waldmann "Gute Pässe Schlechte Pässe"
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Residenzprogramm

Work in Progress: Helena Waldmann "Gute Pässe Schlechte Pässe"

  • Sat 04.02.2017 | 19:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Foyer Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt

Helena Waldmann is known for producing work that is strongly authentic and haunting. Recently demonstrated e.g. by her performance of “Made in Bangladesh” in the 2014/15 season at the Staatstheater Darmstadt. During a recent residency, this globetrotter in all matters of dance, continued work on her project “Good Passports Bad Passports” and will now be presenting her initial findings in form of a “work in progress”.

Fri 03.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Fri 03.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Thu 02.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Thu 02.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Wed 01.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Wed 01.02.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Januar 2017
Tue 31.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Tue 31.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Mon 30.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Mon 30.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Fri 27.01.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Aleksandra Scibor
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Professional training with Aleksandra Scibor

  • Fri 27.01.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Inspired by the research into developmental movement patterns, the training proposes diverse pathways towards reembodying our developmental body and its potentialities as a reference space from which to move into action. Nourishing ourselves with the developmental information, we go back to where we all have been and remember what we all already know. We shake off the dust of immobility, clear the flow within, expand inner spaces and become intimate with our developmental resources. We sense what we need to do and we do it, fully mobile and functional. Both exploration- and structure-based training modes facilitate a pathway towards tapping into the fullness of our developmental movement potentials. We identify key dynamic triggers; and through a set of movement situations and games, we motivate action delighting in its fluidity and joy. We invite and encourage our innate drive to return to a state of dynamic equilibrium. The training is based on the inquiry within the frame of BACK HOME movement practice developed out of the research into developmental movement patterns, Jurewicz Movement Technique, contemporary dance and martial arts. It applies the developmental movement classification (Basic Neurocellular Patterns) as proposed by Body-Mind Centering®.

Aleksandra Scibor
In 2005 Aleksandra joined the Alter Dance Theatre, and between 2005 and 2008 received a thorough training in the Jurewicz Movement Technique. She danced with Alter until 2010, performing in The Claw, What Would You Do if You Could Do What You Can’t Do?, Shitty Dance Shitty, And What… and Lovers. Alongside she was exploring improvisation and Contact Improvisation, and integrating her interpreting skills into the translation of the language of dance. Aleksandra has cooperated with, among others, Nigel Charnock (Happy), Jacek Owczarek (Pracownia Fizyczna, Occurrences), Tomasz Rodowicz and Robert M. Hayden (Chorea, Oratorium Dance Project, Bacchantes), and Rafał Dziemidok (Koncentrat, Nut. Squirrel.).
She holds a Master of Arts in English Philology, Specialisation: Conference Interpreting (Department of Translation Studies, Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland), a Postgraduate Degree in Cultural Management (Collegium of World Economy, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), and a Master of Arts in Contemporary Dance Education (Department of Contemporary and Classical Dance, Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, Germany). Her latest M.A. thesis Stimulating Internal Core Support Through Developmental Movement Patterns researched into the reawakening of the navel space radiation. Currently she is studying within the Body-Mind Centering® Certification Program – Somatic Movement Education.

Thu 26.01.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Aleksandra Scibor
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Professional training with Aleksandra Scibor

  • Thu 26.01.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Inspired by the research into developmental movement patterns, the training proposes diverse pathways towards reembodying our developmental body and its potentialities as a reference space from which to move into action. Nourishing ourselves with the developmental information, we go back to where we all have been and remember what we all already know. We shake off the dust of immobility, clear the flow within, expand inner spaces and become intimate with our developmental resources. We sense what we need to do and we do it, fully mobile and functional. Both exploration- and structure-based training modes facilitate a pathway towards tapping into the fullness of our developmental movement potentials. We identify key dynamic triggers; and through a set of movement situations and games, we motivate action delighting in its fluidity and joy. We invite and encourage our innate drive to return to a state of dynamic equilibrium. The training is based on the inquiry within the frame of BACK HOME movement practice developed out of the research into developmental movement patterns, Jurewicz Movement Technique, contemporary dance and martial arts. It applies the developmental movement classification (Basic Neurocellular Patterns) as proposed by Body-Mind Centering®.

Aleksandra Scibor
In 2005 Aleksandra joined the Alter Dance Theatre, and between 2005 and 2008 received a thorough training in the Jurewicz Movement Technique. She danced with Alter until 2010, performing in The Claw, What Would You Do if You Could Do What You Can’t Do?, Shitty Dance Shitty, And What… and Lovers. Alongside she was exploring improvisation and Contact Improvisation, and integrating her interpreting skills into the translation of the language of dance. Aleksandra has cooperated with, among others, Nigel Charnock (Happy), Jacek Owczarek (Pracownia Fizyczna, Occurrences), Tomasz Rodowicz and Robert M. Hayden (Chorea, Oratorium Dance Project, Bacchantes), and Rafał Dziemidok (Koncentrat, Nut. Squirrel.).
She holds a Master of Arts in English Philology, Specialisation: Conference Interpreting (Department of Translation Studies, Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland), a Postgraduate Degree in Cultural Management (Collegium of World Economy, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), and a Master of Arts in Contemporary Dance Education (Department of Contemporary and Classical Dance, Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, Germany). Her latest M.A. thesis Stimulating Internal Core Support Through Developmental Movement Patterns researched into the reawakening of the navel space radiation. Currently she is studying within the Body-Mind Centering® Certification Program – Somatic Movement Education.

Wed 25.01.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Aleksandra Scibor
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Professional training with Aleksandra Scibor

  • Wed 25.01.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Inspired by the research into developmental movement patterns, the training proposes diverse pathways towards reembodying our developmental body and its potentialities as a reference space from which to move into action. Nourishing ourselves with the developmental information, we go back to where we all have been and remember what we all already know. We shake off the dust of immobility, clear the flow within, expand inner spaces and become intimate with our developmental resources. We sense what we need to do and we do it, fully mobile and functional. Both exploration- and structure-based training modes facilitate a pathway towards tapping into the fullness of our developmental movement potentials. We identify key dynamic triggers; and through a set of movement situations and games, we motivate action delighting in its fluidity and joy. We invite and encourage our innate drive to return to a state of dynamic equilibrium. The training is based on the inquiry within the frame of BACK HOME movement practice developed out of the research into developmental movement patterns, Jurewicz Movement Technique, contemporary dance and martial arts. It applies the developmental movement classification (Basic Neurocellular Patterns) as proposed by Body-Mind Centering®.

Aleksandra Scibor
In 2005 Aleksandra joined the Alter Dance Theatre, and between 2005 and 2008 received a thorough training in the Jurewicz Movement Technique. She danced with Alter until 2010, performing in The Claw, What Would You Do if You Could Do What You Can’t Do?, Shitty Dance Shitty, And What… and Lovers. Alongside she was exploring improvisation and Contact Improvisation, and integrating her interpreting skills into the translation of the language of dance. Aleksandra has cooperated with, among others, Nigel Charnock (Happy), Jacek Owczarek (Pracownia Fizyczna, Occurrences), Tomasz Rodowicz and Robert M. Hayden (Chorea, Oratorium Dance Project, Bacchantes), and Rafał Dziemidok (Koncentrat, Nut. Squirrel.).
She holds a Master of Arts in English Philology, Specialisation: Conference Interpreting (Department of Translation Studies, Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland), a Postgraduate Degree in Cultural Management (Collegium of World Economy, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), and a Master of Arts in Contemporary Dance Education (Department of Contemporary and Classical Dance, Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, Germany). Her latest M.A. thesis Stimulating Internal Core Support Through Developmental Movement Patterns researched into the reawakening of the navel space radiation. Currently she is studying within the Body-Mind Centering® Certification Program – Somatic Movement Education.

Tue 24.01.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Aleksandra Scibor
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Professional training with Aleksandra Scibor

  • Tue 24.01.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Inspired by the research into developmental movement patterns, the training proposes diverse pathways towards reembodying our developmental body and its potentialities as a reference space from which to move into action. Nourishing ourselves with the developmental information, we go back to where we all have been and remember what we all already know. We shake off the dust of immobility, clear the flow within, expand inner spaces and become intimate with our developmental resources. We sense what we need to do and we do it, fully mobile and functional. Both exploration- and structure-based training modes facilitate a pathway towards tapping into the fullness of our developmental movement potentials. We identify key dynamic triggers; and through a set of movement situations and games, we motivate action delighting in its fluidity and joy. We invite and encourage our innate drive to return to a state of dynamic equilibrium. The training is based on the inquiry within the frame of BACK HOME movement practice developed out of the research into developmental movement patterns, Jurewicz Movement Technique, contemporary dance and martial arts. It applies the developmental movement classification (Basic Neurocellular Patterns) as proposed by Body-Mind Centering®.

Aleksandra Scibor
In 2005 Aleksandra joined the Alter Dance Theatre, and between 2005 and 2008 received a thorough training in the Jurewicz Movement Technique. She danced with Alter until 2010, performing in The Claw, What Would You Do if You Could Do What You Can’t Do?, Shitty Dance Shitty, And What… and Lovers. Alongside she was exploring improvisation and Contact Improvisation, and integrating her interpreting skills into the translation of the language of dance. Aleksandra has cooperated with, among others, Nigel Charnock (Happy), Jacek Owczarek (Pracownia Fizyczna, Occurrences), Tomasz Rodowicz and Robert M. Hayden (Chorea, Oratorium Dance Project, Bacchantes), and Rafał Dziemidok (Koncentrat, Nut. Squirrel.).
She holds a Master of Arts in English Philology, Specialisation: Conference Interpreting (Department of Translation Studies, Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland), a Postgraduate Degree in Cultural Management (Collegium of World Economy, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), and a Master of Arts in Contemporary Dance Education (Department of Contemporary and Classical Dance, Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, Germany). Her latest M.A. thesis Stimulating Internal Core Support Through Developmental Movement Patterns researched into the reawakening of the navel space radiation. Currently she is studying within the Body-Mind Centering® Certification Program – Somatic Movement Education.

Mon 23.01.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Aleksandra Scibor
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Professional training with Aleksandra Scibor

  • Mon 23.01.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

Inspired by the research into developmental movement patterns, the training proposes diverse pathways towards reembodying our developmental body and its potentialities as a reference space from which to move into action. Nourishing ourselves with the developmental information, we go back to where we all have been and remember what we all already know. We shake off the dust of immobility, clear the flow within, expand inner spaces and become intimate with our developmental resources. We sense what we need to do and we do it, fully mobile and functional. Both exploration- and structure-based training modes facilitate a pathway towards tapping into the fullness of our developmental movement potentials. We identify key dynamic triggers; and through a set of movement situations and games, we motivate action delighting in its fluidity and joy. We invite and encourage our innate drive to return to a state of dynamic equilibrium. The training is based on the inquiry within the frame of BACK HOME movement practice developed out of the research into developmental movement patterns, Jurewicz Movement Technique, contemporary dance and martial arts. It applies the developmental movement classification (Basic Neurocellular Patterns) as proposed by Body-Mind Centering®.

Aleksandra Scibor
In 2005 Aleksandra joined the Alter Dance Theatre, and between 2005 and 2008 received a thorough training in the Jurewicz Movement Technique. She danced with Alter until 2010, performing in The Claw, What Would You Do if You Could Do What You Can’t Do?, Shitty Dance Shitty, And What… and Lovers. Alongside she was exploring improvisation and Contact Improvisation, and integrating her interpreting skills into the translation of the language of dance. Aleksandra has cooperated with, among others, Nigel Charnock (Happy), Jacek Owczarek (Pracownia Fizyczna, Occurrences), Tomasz Rodowicz and Robert M. Hayden (Chorea, Oratorium Dance Project, Bacchantes), and Rafał Dziemidok (Koncentrat, Nut. Squirrel.).
She holds a Master of Arts in English Philology, Specialisation: Conference Interpreting (Department of Translation Studies, Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland), a Postgraduate Degree in Cultural Management (Collegium of World Economy, Warsaw School of Economics, Poland), and a Master of Arts in Contemporary Dance Education (Department of Contemporary and Classical Dance, Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts, Germany). Her latest M.A. thesis Stimulating Internal Core Support Through Developmental Movement Patterns researched into the reawakening of the navel space radiation. Currently she is studying within the Body-Mind Centering® Certification Program – Somatic Movement Education.

Fri 20.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Fri 20.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Thu 19.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Thu 19.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Wed 18.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Wed 18.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Tue 17.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Tue 17.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Mon 16.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Mon 16.01.2017 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Sat 14.01.2017 | 10:00 - 16:00
WORKSHOP "The Axis Syllabus" by Frey Faust
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WORKSHOP "The Axis Syllabus" by Frey Faust

  • Sat 14.01.2017 | 10:00 - 16:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 190,- / ermäßigt € 140,- | Frühbucherrabatt (bis 6 Wochen vor dem Workshop): € 170,- / ermäßigt € 95,-

Frey Faust is a veteran of the New York contemporary dance scene. In the late 90’s he developed an interdisciplinary movement analysis system. The Axis Syllabus system designates different parts of the body as “motors” and explores their potential for energy creation. In his workshop, Frey Faust invites the participants to practice for example the kinetic energy transfer from one body part to the other. The workshop addresses to participants which have already gained basic experience in dance and movement techniques.

BIOGRAPHY
Frey Faust is a 56 year old veteran of the New York contemporary dance scene, with a strong European renommée and intercontinental touring circuit. His focus for the last twenty years has shifted to the educational value of applied science in the arts, with an emphasis on anatomy and physics, including aspects of sociology and cognitive science. With the help of colleagues from the arts and sciences, He consolidated an interdisciplinary movement analysis and reference system called The Axis Syllabus (AS) in the late 1990’s.

Fr, 13.01.2016, 15:00 – 21:00 Uhr + Sa, 14.01.2016, 10:00 – 16:00 Uhr

Registration: info@tanzplattformrheinmain.de

More information: Tanzplattform Rhein-Main

Fri 13.01.2017 | 15:00 - 21:00
WORKSHOP "The Axis Syllabus" by Frey Faust
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WORKSHOP "The Axis Syllabus" by Frey Faust

  • Fri 13.01.2017 | 15:00 - 21:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 190,- / ermäßigt € 140,- | Frühbucherrabatt (bis 6 Wochen vor dem Workshop): € 170,- / ermäßigt € 95,-

Frey Faust is a veteran of the New York contemporary dance scene. In the late 90’s he developed an interdisciplinary movement analysis system. The Axis Syllabus system designates different parts of the body as “motors” and explores their potential for energy creation. In his workshop, Frey Faust invites the participants to practice for example the kinetic energy transfer from one body part to the other. The workshop addresses to participants which have already gained basic experience in dance and movement techniques.

BIOGRAPHY
Frey Faust is a 56 year old veteran of the New York contemporary dance scene, with a strong European renommée and intercontinental touring circuit. His focus for the last twenty years has shifted to the educational value of applied science in the arts, with an emphasis on anatomy and physics, including aspects of sociology and cognitive science. With the help of colleagues from the arts and sciences, He consolidated an interdisciplinary movement analysis and reference system called The Axis Syllabus (AS) in the late 1990’s.

Fr, 13.01.2016, 15:00 – 21:00 Uhr + Sa, 14.01.2016, 10:00 – 16:00 Uhr

Registration: info@tanzplattformrheinmain.de

More information: Tanzplattform Rhein-Main

Fri 13.01.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Inma Rubio
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Professional training with Inma Rubio

  • Fri 13.01.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

The class is based on a ballet class technique which interlaces and alternates the use of body improvisation techniques with the aim to provide the dancers tools to search and strive for the extent and approach to movement. Inma offers the dancers knowledge in body improvisation techniques through simple deconstruction exercises to create new movement using their improvisation skills mixed with those of ballet. These combined simple exercises will offer the dancers to think and resolve their body actions in space and add up the different modes of performing and understanding movement.

Inma Rubio Tomas studied at The Royal Conservatory of Music and Dance, Den Haag (Holland) and The Royal Conservatory of Music and Dance of Valencia (Spain). Among others she has danced as guest dancer with The Forsythe Company, Cocoondance, MD Kollektiv Köln, Antony Rizzi and The Bad Habits (Germany), Scapino Ballet Rotterdam (Holland). She choreographed for The Ballet of Flanders/Ballet van Vlaanderen (Belgium), The American Ballet School, Rochester City Ballet, Miami Dance Festival (USA), Johannesburg Jomba Dance Festival, (South Africa), Scapino Ballet Rotterdam (Holland), Onassis Foundation (Greece), Centro Dramático de Aragón (Spain) and for various festivals around Europe. Teaching experience: Palucca Schule, MDKollektiv Köln, Cocoondance Bonn, (Germany), The University of Dance, Cape Town (South Africa), Aktina Dance School Athens (Greece), Tdanz, Dantzaz, University of Vasc Country, Coach for emerging choreographers programme Gobierno Vasco (Bilbao, Spain).

Thu 12.01.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Inma Rubio
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Professional training with Inma Rubio

  • Thu 12.01.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

The class is based on a ballet class technique which interlaces and alternates the use of body improvisation techniques with the aim to provide the dancers tools to search and strive for the extent and approach to movement. Inma offers the dancers knowledge in body improvisation techniques through simple deconstruction exercises to create new movement using their improvisation skills mixed with those of ballet. These combined simple exercises will offer the dancers to think and resolve their body actions in space and add up the different modes of performing and understanding movement.

Inma Rubio Tomas studied at The Royal Conservatory of Music and Dance, Den Haag (Holland) and The Royal Conservatory of Music and Dance of Valencia (Spain). Among others she has danced as guest dancer with The Forsythe Company, Cocoondance, MD Kollektiv Köln, Antony Rizzi and The Bad Habits (Germany), Scapino Ballet Rotterdam (Holland). She choreographed for The Ballet of Flanders/Ballet van Vlaanderen (Belgium), The American Ballet School, Rochester City Ballet, Miami Dance Festival (USA), Johannesburg Jomba Dance Festival, (South Africa), Scapino Ballet Rotterdam (Holland), Onassis Foundation (Greece), Centro Dramático de Aragón (Spain) and for various festivals around Europe. Teaching experience: Palucca Schule, MDKollektiv Köln, Cocoondance Bonn, (Germany), The University of Dance, Cape Town (South Africa), Aktina Dance School Athens (Greece), Tdanz, Dantzaz, University of Vasc Country, Coach for emerging choreographers programme Gobierno Vasco (Bilbao, Spain).

Wed 11.01.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Inma Rubio
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Professional training with Inma Rubio

  • Wed 11.01.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

The class is based on a ballet class technique which interlaces and alternates the use of body improvisation techniques with the aim to provide the dancers tools to search and strive for the extent and approach to movement. Inma offers the dancers knowledge in body improvisation techniques through simple deconstruction exercises to create new movement using their improvisation skills mixed with those of ballet. These combined simple exercises will offer the dancers to think and resolve their body actions in space and add up the different modes of performing and understanding movement.

Inma Rubio Tomas studied at The Royal Conservatory of Music and Dance, Den Haag (Holland) and The Royal Conservatory of Music and Dance of Valencia (Spain). Among others she has danced as guest dancer with The Forsythe Company, Cocoondance, MD Kollektiv Köln, Antony Rizzi and The Bad Habits (Germany), Scapino Ballet Rotterdam (Holland). She choreographed for The Ballet of Flanders/Ballet van Vlaanderen (Belgium), The American Ballet School, Rochester City Ballet, Miami Dance Festival (USA), Johannesburg Jomba Dance Festival, (South Africa), Scapino Ballet Rotterdam (Holland), Onassis Foundation (Greece), Centro Dramático de Aragón (Spain) and for various festivals around Europe. Teaching experience: Palucca Schule, MDKollektiv Köln, Cocoondance Bonn, (Germany), The University of Dance, Cape Town (South Africa), Aktina Dance School Athens (Greece), Tdanz, Dantzaz, University of Vasc Country, Coach for emerging choreographers programme Gobierno Vasco (Bilbao, Spain).

Tue 10.01.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Inma Rubio
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Professional training with Inma Rubio

  • Tue 10.01.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

The class is based on a ballet class technique which interlaces and alternates the use of body improvisation techniques with the aim to provide the dancers tools to search and strive for the extent and approach to movement. Inma offers the dancers knowledge in body improvisation techniques through simple deconstruction exercises to create new movement using their improvisation skills mixed with those of ballet. These combined simple exercises will offer the dancers to think and resolve their body actions in space and add up the different modes of performing and understanding movement.

Inma Rubio Tomas studied at The Royal Conservatory of Music and Dance, Den Haag (Holland) and The Royal Conservatory of Music and Dance of Valencia (Spain). Among others she has danced as guest dancer with The Forsythe Company, Cocoondance, MD Kollektiv Köln, Antony Rizzi and The Bad Habits (Germany), Scapino Ballet Rotterdam (Holland). She choreographed for The Ballet of Flanders/Ballet van Vlaanderen (Belgium), The American Ballet School, Rochester City Ballet, Miami Dance Festival (USA), Johannesburg Jomba Dance Festival, (South Africa), Scapino Ballet Rotterdam (Holland), Onassis Foundation (Greece), Centro Dramático de Aragón (Spain) and for various festivals around Europe. Teaching experience: Palucca Schule, MDKollektiv Köln, Cocoondance Bonn, (Germany), The University of Dance, Cape Town (South Africa), Aktina Dance School Athens (Greece), Tdanz, Dantzaz, University of Vasc Country, Coach for emerging choreographers programme Gobierno Vasco (Bilbao, Spain).

Mon 09.01.2017 | 10:00
Professional training with Inma Rubio
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Professional Training

Professional training with Inma Rubio

  • Mon 09.01.2017 | 10:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Single Ticket € 4,-, 10 Classes Ticket € 25,-, Monthly Ticket € 40,-

The class is based on a ballet class technique which interlaces and alternates the use of body improvisation techniques with the aim to provide the dancers tools to search and strive for the extent and approach to movement. Inma offers the dancers knowledge in body improvisation techniques through simple deconstruction exercises to create new movement using their improvisation skills mixed with those of ballet. These combined simple exercises will offer the dancers to think and resolve their body actions in space and add up the different modes of performing and understanding movement.

Inma Rubio Tomas studied at The Royal Conservatory of Music and Dance, Den Haag (Holland) and The Royal Conservatory of Music and Dance of Valencia (Spain). Among others she has danced as guest dancer with The Forsythe Company, Cocoondance, MD Kollektiv Köln, Antony Rizzi and The Bad Habits (Germany), Scapino Ballet Rotterdam (Holland). She choreographed for The Ballet of Flanders/Ballet van Vlaanderen (Belgium), The American Ballet School, Rochester City Ballet, Miami Dance Festival (USA), Johannesburg Jomba Dance Festival, (South Africa), Scapino Ballet Rotterdam (Holland), Onassis Foundation (Greece), Centro Dramático de Aragón (Spain) and for various festivals around Europe. Teaching experience: Palucca Schule, MDKollektiv Köln, Cocoondance Bonn, (Germany), The University of Dance, Cape Town (South Africa), Aktina Dance School Athens (Greece), Tdanz, Dantzaz, University of Vasc Country, Coach for emerging choreographers programme Gobierno Vasco (Bilbao, Spain).

Dezember 2016
Fri 16.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Fri 16.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Thu 15.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Thu 15.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Wed 14.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Wed 14.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Tue 13.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Tue 13.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Mon 12.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Mon 12.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Sun 11.12.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sun 11.12.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Sat 10.12.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sat 10.12.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Fri 09.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Fri 09.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Thu 08.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Thu 08.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Wed 07.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Wed 07.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Tue 06.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Tue 06.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Mon 05.12.2016 | 10:00 - 13:45
Dance medical consultation sessions
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Dance medical consultation

Dance medical consultation sessions

  • Mon 05.12.2016 | 10:00 - 13:45
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Eigenkostenanteil/Own contribution: € 15,-

What is taken for granted by many professional athletes – medical and therapeutic support throughout their entire active career – should also become available for dancers!
Dr. med. Benita Kuni will offer support and assistance on the following:

  • Prevention of Dance Injuries
  • Rehabilitation and How to Make a Comeback after a Dance Injury
  • Analysis of Dance Technique and Technique Coaching
  • Alternative Training Methods for Dancers
  • “Dance Medicine Check-Up”
  • Guidance and Supervision in the Field of Dance Medicine

Registration:
Online form

Mon 05.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Mon 05.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Sun 04.12.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sun 04.12.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Sat 03.12.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sat 03.12.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Fri 02.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Ildikó Tóth
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Professional training with Ildikó Tóth

  • Fri 02.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class draws from experiences with release-based and traditional modern dance techniques, from the work with contact as well as Forsythe improvisation methods and yoga. Class will begin with a simple warm-up on the floor or with improv exercises focusing on establishing a feeling for the center and the basic connections of the moving body as well as an efficient use of weight and breath. Class will continue with exercises at increasingly higher intensity and with an emphasis on an ever larger range of motion, clear and efficient transitions and an appropriate use of dynamic changes. The class culminates with a longer movement sequence meant to give room to apply technical discoveries that may have been made throughout the class while at the same time allowing for personal experiences in regards to space, the connection to fellow dancers and/or to the pure pleasure of moving. Falling and failure are highly encouraged.

Ildikó Tóth studied dance in education at Rotterdam Dance Academy in the Netherlands. After graduating, a DAAD scholarship led her to New York City in 2005 where she worked with Bill Young/Colleen Thomas & Company, Susan Marshall & Company as well as Kota Yamazaki among others. Since November 2012 she is a member of the Forsythe Company. She has taught for the department of education at Nederlands Dans Theater among others, and has been assisting Bill Young with staging new work for students at Barnard College in New York City.

Thu 01.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Ildikó Tóth
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Professional training with Ildikó Tóth

  • Thu 01.12.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class draws from experiences with release-based and traditional modern dance techniques, from the work with contact as well as Forsythe improvisation methods and yoga. Class will begin with a simple warm-up on the floor or with improv exercises focusing on establishing a feeling for the center and the basic connections of the moving body as well as an efficient use of weight and breath. Class will continue with exercises at increasingly higher intensity and with an emphasis on an ever larger range of motion, clear and efficient transitions and an appropriate use of dynamic changes. The class culminates with a longer movement sequence meant to give room to apply technical discoveries that may have been made throughout the class while at the same time allowing for personal experiences in regards to space, the connection to fellow dancers and/or to the pure pleasure of moving. Falling and failure are highly encouraged.

Ildikó Tóth studied dance in education at Rotterdam Dance Academy in the Netherlands. After graduating, a DAAD scholarship led her to New York City in 2005 where she worked with Bill Young/Colleen Thomas & Company, Susan Marshall & Company as well as Kota Yamazaki among others. Since November 2012 she is a member of the Forsythe Company. She has taught for the department of education at Nederlands Dans Theater among others, and has been assisting Bill Young with staging new work for students at Barnard College in New York City.

November 2016
Wed 30.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Ildikó Tóth
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Professional training with Ildikó Tóth

  • Wed 30.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class draws from experiences with release-based and traditional modern dance techniques, from the work with contact as well as Forsythe improvisation methods and yoga. Class will begin with a simple warm-up on the floor or with improv exercises focusing on establishing a feeling for the center and the basic connections of the moving body as well as an efficient use of weight and breath. Class will continue with exercises at increasingly higher intensity and with an emphasis on an ever larger range of motion, clear and efficient transitions and an appropriate use of dynamic changes. The class culminates with a longer movement sequence meant to give room to apply technical discoveries that may have been made throughout the class while at the same time allowing for personal experiences in regards to space, the connection to fellow dancers and/or to the pure pleasure of moving. Falling and failure are highly encouraged.

Ildikó Tóth studied dance in education at Rotterdam Dance Academy in the Netherlands. After graduating, a DAAD scholarship led her to New York City in 2005 where she worked with Bill Young/Colleen Thomas & Company, Susan Marshall & Company as well as Kota Yamazaki among others. Since November 2012 she is a member of the Forsythe Company. She has taught for the department of education at Nederlands Dans Theater among others, and has been assisting Bill Young with staging new work for students at Barnard College in New York City.

Tue 29.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Ildikó Tóth
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Professional training with Ildikó Tóth

  • Tue 29.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class draws from experiences with release-based and traditional modern dance techniques, from the work with contact as well as Forsythe improvisation methods and yoga. Class will begin with a simple warm-up on the floor or with improv exercises focusing on establishing a feeling for the center and the basic connections of the moving body as well as an efficient use of weight and breath. Class will continue with exercises at increasingly higher intensity and with an emphasis on an ever larger range of motion, clear and efficient transitions and an appropriate use of dynamic changes. The class culminates with a longer movement sequence meant to give room to apply technical discoveries that may have been made throughout the class while at the same time allowing for personal experiences in regards to space, the connection to fellow dancers and/or to the pure pleasure of moving. Falling and failure are highly encouraged.

Ildikó Tóth studied dance in education at Rotterdam Dance Academy in the Netherlands. After graduating, a DAAD scholarship led her to New York City in 2005 where she worked with Bill Young/Colleen Thomas & Company, Susan Marshall & Company as well as Kota Yamazaki among others. Since November 2012 she is a member of the Forsythe Company. She has taught for the department of education at Nederlands Dans Theater among others, and has been assisting Bill Young with staging new work for students at Barnard College in New York City.

Mon 28.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Ildikó Tóth
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Professional training with Ildikó Tóth

  • Mon 28.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class draws from experiences with release-based and traditional modern dance techniques, from the work with contact as well as Forsythe improvisation methods and yoga. Class will begin with a simple warm-up on the floor or with improv exercises focusing on establishing a feeling for the center and the basic connections of the moving body as well as an efficient use of weight and breath. Class will continue with exercises at increasingly higher intensity and with an emphasis on an ever larger range of motion, clear and efficient transitions and an appropriate use of dynamic changes. The class culminates with a longer movement sequence meant to give room to apply technical discoveries that may have been made throughout the class while at the same time allowing for personal experiences in regards to space, the connection to fellow dancers and/or to the pure pleasure of moving. Falling and failure are highly encouraged.

Ildikó Tóth studied dance in education at Rotterdam Dance Academy in the Netherlands. After graduating, a DAAD scholarship led her to New York City in 2005 where she worked with Bill Young/Colleen Thomas & Company, Susan Marshall & Company as well as Kota Yamazaki among others. Since November 2012 she is a member of the Forsythe Company. She has taught for the department of education at Nederlands Dans Theater among others, and has been assisting Bill Young with staging new work for students at Barnard College in New York City.

Fri 25.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Fri 25.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Thu 24.11.2016 | 20:00 - 21:45
CocoonDance: No Body but Me
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CocoonDance: No Body but Me

  • Thu 24.11.2016 | 20:00 - 21:45
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 10,50 - 18,50

In NO BODY BUT ME, the CocoonDance company makes us aware of how different media can affect our perceptions of the body by transferring cinematic effects onto the dancers’ bodies. The changing perceptions of the body lead to a new, differently constructed perspective for the spectator who, at the end of the evening, will feel as if his personal view has been altered.

Body and film – the bond between the two is indissoluble as well as fascinating. A film without bodies is difficult to imagine, because bodies are usually the focus of the camera. The camera follows them, captures them, makes them stand still and dissolves them. Sometimes, the camera moves quickly around them, zooms in and out, scans the bodies and wallows in their movements, gestures and images.

The body, on the other hand, is neither imaginable nor conceivable without the medium of film. Images can only be perceived through a body, whereas we need images to perceive our own bodies. In so doing, images address the recipients’ body directly and inscribe themselves directly onto physical perceptions. We are using images to practice body self-awareness as well as to relinquish our own bodies.

A Production of CocoonDance in Coproduction with: Hessisches Staatsballett / Staatstheater Darmstadt & Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Théâtre du Crochetan Monthey, theaterimballsaal Bonn.
Gefördert durch: Kunststiftung NRW, Ministerium für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Bundesstadt Bonn und Théâtre-ProVS, Le Conseil de la Culture Etat du Valais, La Loterie Romande und das NATIONALE PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) Koproduktionsförderung Tanz aus Mitteln der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien aufgrund eines Beschlusses des Deutschen Bundestags.
Of and with: Fa-Hsuan Chen, Martina De Dominicis, Alvaro Esteban, Werner Nigg, Inma Rubio, Susanne Schneider, Brice Taupin // Choreography, direction: Rafaële Giovanola // Music: Jörg Ritzenhoff // Light: Marc Brodeur // Costumes: Kristelle Paré // Assistance: Leonardo Rodrigues Santos // Outside eye: Roberto Serafide // Video-Coaching: Cedric Raccio // Dramaturgy: Rainald Endraß

Thu 24.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Thu 24.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Wed 23.11.2016 | 20:00 - 21:45
CocoonDance: No Body but Me
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CocoonDance: No Body but Me

  • Wed 23.11.2016 | 20:00 - 21:45
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 10,50 - 18,50

In NO BODY BUT ME, the CocoonDance company makes us aware of how different media can affect our perceptions of the body by transferring cinematic effects onto the dancers’ bodies. The changing perceptions of the body lead to a new, differently constructed perspective for the spectator who, at the end of the evening, will feel as if his personal view has been altered.

Body and film – the bond between the two is indissoluble as well as fascinating. A film without bodies is difficult to imagine, because bodies are usually the focus of the camera. The camera follows them, captures them, makes them stand still and dissolves them. Sometimes, the camera moves quickly around them, zooms in and out, scans the bodies and wallows in their movements, gestures and images.

The body, on the other hand, is neither imaginable nor conceivable without the medium of film. Images can only be perceived through a body, whereas we need images to perceive our own bodies. In so doing, images address the recipients’ body directly and inscribe themselves directly onto physical perceptions. We are using images to practice body self-awareness as well as to relinquish our own bodies.

A Production of CocoonDance in Coproduction with: Hessisches Staatsballett / Staatstheater Darmstadt & Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Théâtre du Crochetan Monthey, theaterimballsaal Bonn.
Gefördert durch: Kunststiftung NRW, Ministerium für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, Bundesstadt Bonn und Théâtre-ProVS, Le Conseil de la Culture Etat du Valais, La Loterie Romande und das NATIONALE PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) Koproduktionsförderung Tanz aus Mitteln der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien aufgrund eines Beschlusses des Deutschen Bundestags.
Of and with: Fa-Hsuan Chen, Martina De Dominicis, Alvaro Esteban, Werner Nigg, Inma Rubio, Susanne Schneider, Brice Taupin // Choreography, direction: Rafaële Giovanola // Music: Jörg Ritzenhoff // Light: Marc Brodeur // Costumes: Kristelle Paré // Assistance: Leonardo Rodrigues Santos // Outside eye: Roberto Serafide // Video-Coaching: Cedric Raccio // Dramaturgy: Rainald Endraß

Wed 23.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Wed 23.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Tue 22.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Tue 22.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Mon 21.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Mon 21.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Fri 18.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Fri 18.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Thu 17.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Thu 17.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Wed 16.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Wed 16.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Tue 15.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Tue 15.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Mon 14.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional Training

Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Mon 14.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Sun 13.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
Compagnie Nacera Belaza: La Traversée & Sur le fil
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Compagnie Nacera Belaza: La Traversée & Sur le fil

  • Sun 13.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
  • Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 19,00 / erm. € 9,00

Choreography by Nacera Belaza

Nacera Belaza is one of the most unconventional choreographers in France. Born in Algeria, she emigrated as a child with her family to France. There, she began performing as a self-taught dancer. Belaza’s pieces occupy the fringes of conscious thought and explore the elements that connect different worlds: ritual and daily life, North-African physical practices and Western European dance styles. She is always searching for “a space in which time no longer plays a role, in which we touch the infinite and can finally share something”.

Belaza does not consider her pieces to be self-contained, but rather sees them as constantly new variations of ever-deepening contemplation. They are intense, radically contemporary, spiritual, personal and meditative. Set: non-existent. Costumes: austere and simple. Lights: minimal. A few, clearly defined and scarcely varying gestures suffice for Belaza and her dancers to produce a fascinating slipstream that draws the audience right into the heart of their movements.

Nacera Belaza’s choreographies are an invitation to listen to one’s own inner voice and sharpen one’s awareness. At the Tanzfestival Rhein-Main, she will be presenting “La Traversée” and the German premiere of “Sur le fil”, partially created in a residency provided by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

La Traversée
Choreography Nacera Belaza
 Performers Dalila Belaza, Aurélie Berland, Anne-Sophie Lancelin Sound and Lighting Concept Nacera Belaza Lighting Design Gwendal Malard 
Sound Design Christophe Renaud
Production Compagnie Nacera Belaza
Coproduction Biennale de la danse de Lyon, Arcadi : aide à la production et à la diffusion, L’échangeur – CDC Picardie Accueil Studio Centre chorégraphique national d’Orléans – Josef Nadj, Centre chorégraphique national de Nantes – Claude Brumachon, Benjamin Lamarche, Centre chorégraphique national de Belfort – Joanne Leighton, Centre chorégraphique national de Nancy – Ballet de Lorraine – Petter Jacobsson Residencies Théâtre de l’Olivier, Istres, Institut français du Maroc, Atelier de Paris – Carolyn Carlson, Moussem : Théâtre Monty (Belgique) Theater Freiburg (Allemagne) With the support of DRAC Ile-de-France / Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, Région Ile-de-France, Institut français, Bureau du théâtre et de la danse – Institut français Allemagne, Spedidam, Parc de la Villette (mise à disposition de plateau)

Sur le fil
Choreography Nacera Belaza Performers Nacera Belaza, Aurélie Berland, Anne-Sophie Lancelin, Dalila Belaza Music and Lighting Design Nacera Belaza
 Tech Christophe Renaud, Gwendal Malard
Production
 Compagnie Nacera Belaza

Coproduction Festival Montpellier Danse, La Villette Paris – résidences d’artiste 2015, Centre Chorégraphique National de Tours / Direction Thomas Lebrun (accueil studio), Le Centre National de la Danse – Pantin (création en résidence), Moussem – Belgique
, Collectif 12 – Mantes la Jolie, avec le soutien de la DRAC Ile de France – aide à la résidence, Bozar – Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm de Francfort – Allemagne, With the support of Fonds Transfabrik – Fonds franco-allemand pour le spectacle vivant. Aide au projet: Spedidam, Adami Partners La Compagnie est subventionnée par la Région Ile-de-France au titre de la permanence artistique et culturelle et la DRAC Ile-de-France / Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication au titre de l’aide à la compagnie chorégraphique conventionnée. Elle est soutenue par l’ONDA et ARCADI pour sa diffusion sur le territoire français et par l’Institut français pour sa diffusion à l’international.

Sun 13.11.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sun 13.11.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Sat 12.11.2016 | 20:30 - 21:30
Artist talk with Nacera Belaza
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Artist talk with Nacera Belaza

  • Sat 12.11.2016 | 20:30 - 21:30
  • Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main

Start: After the performance of “La Traversée” & “Sur le fil”

Sat 12.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
Compagnie Nacera Belaza: La Traversée & Sur le fil
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Compagnie Nacera Belaza: La Traversée & Sur le fil

  • Sat 12.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
  • Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 19,00 / erm. € 9,00

Choreography by Nacera Belaza

Nacera Belaza is one of the most unconventional choreographers in France. Born in Algeria, she emigrated as a child with her family to France. There, she began performing as a self-taught dancer. Belaza’s pieces occupy the fringes of conscious thought and explore the elements that connect different worlds: ritual and daily life, North-African physical practices and Western European dance styles. She is always searching for “a space in which time no longer plays a role, in which we touch the infinite and can finally share something”.

Belaza does not consider her pieces to be self-contained, but rather sees them as constantly new variations of ever-deepening contemplation. They are intense, radically contemporary, spiritual, personal and meditative. Set: non-existent. Costumes: austere and simple. Lights: minimal. A few, clearly defined and scarcely varying gestures suffice for Belaza and her dancers to produce a fascinating slipstream that draws the audience right into the heart of their movements.

Nacera Belaza’s choreographies are an invitation to listen to one’s own inner voice and sharpen one’s awareness. At the Tanzfestival Rhein-Main, she will be presenting “La Traversée” and the German premiere of “Sur le fil”, partially created in a residency provided by the Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.

La Traversée
Choreography Nacera Belaza
 Performers Dalila Belaza, Aurélie Berland, Anne-Sophie Lancelin Sound and Lighting Concept Nacera Belaza Lighting Design Gwendal Malard 
Sound Design Christophe Renaud
Production Compagnie Nacera Belaza
Coproduction Biennale de la danse de Lyon, Arcadi : aide à la production et à la diffusion, L’échangeur – CDC Picardie Accueil Studio Centre chorégraphique national d’Orléans – Josef Nadj, Centre chorégraphique national de Nantes – Claude Brumachon, Benjamin Lamarche, Centre chorégraphique national de Belfort – Joanne Leighton, Centre chorégraphique national de Nancy – Ballet de Lorraine – Petter Jacobsson Residencies Théâtre de l’Olivier, Istres, Institut français du Maroc, Atelier de Paris – Carolyn Carlson, Moussem : Théâtre Monty (Belgique) Theater Freiburg (Allemagne) With the support of DRAC Ile-de-France / Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, Région Ile-de-France, Institut français, Bureau du théâtre et de la danse – Institut français Allemagne, Spedidam, Parc de la Villette (mise à disposition de plateau)

Sur le fil
Choreography Nacera Belaza Performers Nacera Belaza, Aurélie Berland, Anne-Sophie Lancelin, Dalila Belaza Music and Lighting Design Nacera Belaza
 Tech Christophe Renaud, Gwendal Malard
Production
 Compagnie Nacera Belaza

Coproduction Festival Montpellier Danse, La Villette Paris – résidences d’artiste 2015, Centre Chorégraphique National de Tours / Direction Thomas Lebrun (accueil studio), Le Centre National de la Danse – Pantin (création en résidence), Moussem – Belgique
, Collectif 12 – Mantes la Jolie, avec le soutien de la DRAC Ile de France – aide à la résidence, Bozar – Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm de Francfort – Allemagne, With the support of Fonds Transfabrik – Fonds franco-allemand pour le spectacle vivant. Aide au projet: Spedidam, Adami Partners La Compagnie est subventionnée par la Région Ile-de-France au titre de la permanence artistique et culturelle et la DRAC Ile-de-France / Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication au titre de l’aide à la compagnie chorégraphique conventionnée. Elle est soutenue par l’ONDA et ARCADI pour sa diffusion sur le territoire français et par l’Institut français pour sa diffusion à l’international.

Sat 12.11.2016 | 14:00 - 18:00
Workshop with Paula Rosolen: Movements Collector
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Workshop with Paula Rosolen: Movements Collector

  • Sat 12.11.2016 | 14:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 10,00

Choreographer Paula Rosolen is interested topics that are not typical for dance. In her past pieces, she has explored the movement patterns of puppeteers, merged aerobics with the dramaturgical structures of Romantic ballet or made dance repetiteurs her main protagonists. Her workshop, aimed at people with dance and movement experience, offers practical insight into the methodologies that she has developed since 2010 in pieces such as Piano Men (2013), Aerobics! A Ballet in 3 Acts (2015) and Puppets (2016).

The workshop is limited to 15 participants.

Sat 12.11.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sat 12.11.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Fri 11.11.2016 | 21:15 - 22:00
Artist talk with Fabrice Mazliah
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Artist talk with Fabrice Mazliah

  • Fri 11.11.2016 | 21:15 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal
Fri 11.11.2016 | 20:00 - 21:00
Fabrice Mazliah / MAMAZA: In Act and Thought - a score for six performers
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Fabrice Mazliah / MAMAZA: In Act and Thought - a score for six performers

  • Fri 11.11.2016 | 20:00 - 21:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 19,00 / erm. € 9,00

If you could talk to dancers during a performance, what would you say to them? How can the knowledge and experience of this special community of people be shared with an audience and simultaneously develop into something new?

In Fabrice Mazliah’s “In Act and Thought – a score for six performers”, dancers connect their movements on stage with language – they specify, contrast, develop details into complex actions or formulate new ideas through movements and words.

The Forsythe Company took their leave last year with „In Act and Thought“. As opening piece of this year’s Architecture Biennale, Fabrice Mazliah has created a new version of the piece for six former company dancers, which met with enthusiastic responses in Venice and will be shown for the first time in Frankfurt at the Tanzfestival Rhein-Main.

Fabrice Mazliah was a dancer for the Nederlands Dans Theater, before joining William Forsythe’s company. He began creating projects of his own in 1998, e.g. as a member of the choreographer collective MAMAZA. His work is presented on a regular basis at Mousonturm and at festivals and theatre venues across Europe.

Concept Fabrice Mazliah
Choreography Fabrice Mazliah
In collaboration with the dancers Katja Cheraneva, Frances Chiaverini, Josh Johnson, David Kern, Yasutake Shimaji, Ildikó Tóth
Performed by: Katja Cheraneva, Frances Chiaverini, Josh Johnson, David Kern, Natalia Rodina, Ildikó Tóth Artistic Assistant Liz Waterhouse, Cyril Baldy Sound Johannes Helberger kling klang klong Lighting Design Harry Schulz
Set Design Fabrice Mazliah Set Building Max Schubert, Harry Schulz Costumes Dorothee Merg Production Management: Johanna Milz Comissioned by the Forsythe Company Venice version produced by Goethe Institut München

Fri 11.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional Training

Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Fri 11.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Thu 10.11.2016 | 20:00 - 21:00
Fabrice Mazliah / MAMAZA: In Act and Thought - a score for six performers
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Fabrice Mazliah / MAMAZA: In Act and Thought - a score for six performers

  • Thu 10.11.2016 | 20:00 - 21:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 19,00 / erm. € 9,00

If you could talk to dancers during a performance, what would you say to them? How can the knowledge and experience of this special community of people be shared with an audience and simultaneously develop into something new?

In Fabrice Mazliah’s “In Act and Thought – a score for six performers”, dancers connect their movements on stage with language – they specify, contrast, develop details into complex actions or formulate new ideas through movements and words.

The Forsythe Company took their leave last year with „In Act and Thought“. As opening piece of this year’s Architecture Biennale, Fabrice Mazliah has created a new version of the piece for six former company dancers, which met with enthusiastic responses in Venice and will be shown for the first time in Frankfurt at the Tanzfestival Rhein-Main.

Fabrice Mazliah was a dancer for the Nederlands Dans Theater, before joining William Forsythe’s company. He began creating projects of his own in 1998, e.g. as a member of the choreographer collective MAMAZA. His work is presented on a regular basis at Mousonturm and at festivals and theatre venues across Europe.

Concept Fabrice Mazliah
Choreography Fabrice Mazliah
In collaboration with the dancers Katja Cheraneva, Frances Chiaverini, Josh Johnson, David Kern, Yasutake Shimaji, Ildikó Tóth
Performed by: Katja Cheraneva, Frances Chiaverini, Josh Johnson, David Kern, Natalia Rodina, Ildikó Tóth Artistic Assistant Liz Waterhouse, Cyril Baldy Sound Johannes Helberger kling klang klong Lighting Design Harry Schulz
Set Design Fabrice Mazliah Set Building Max Schubert, Harry Schulz Costumes Dorothee Merg Production Management: Johanna Milz Comissioned by the Forsythe Company Venice version produced by Goethe Institut München

Thu 10.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional Training

Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Thu 10.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Wed 09.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
Jérôme Bel: Gala
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Jérôme Bel: Gala

  • Wed 09.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
  • Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 19,00 / red. € 9,00

Choreography by Jérôme Bel

French choreographer Jérôme Bel knows how to challenge contemporary dance in astonishing ways like no others. He opens the theatre to those you wouldn’t normally find there. The gala, an art form that is both festive and collective, brings together dance professionals and amateurs from the Rhine-Main region. Who are the invisible people in our society? Which bodies do we suppress? Jérôme Bel subverts conventional power structures of representation and gives the individual a chance for autonomy. Ruthless. Lustfully. Radically beautiful.

Concept Jérôme Bel Assistance Maxime Kurvers Assistants Wiesbaden, Frankfurt Maxime Kurvers, Dina ed Dik, Sheila Atala Artistic Advisor and Company Manager Rebecca Lee Costumes by the dancers Casting & Coordination Larissa Bischoff, Larissa Koch By and with Kathrin Ahjar, Alaa Badenjki, Maurice Baker, Thomas Bartling, Pauline Bernard, Hans Busch, Gal Fefferman, Günther Frühm, Johanna Griesfeller, Ann-Kristin Hildenhagen, Ranim Al Malat, Nora Kimball Mentzos, Milton Meurer, Igli Mezini, Thibaut Nury, Nataliya Sachsse-Panina, Llewellyn Reichmann, Marcella Schwarz, Lydia Lu Schweighardt, Majd Shalgheen, Johanna Thoß Executive direction and artistic advice Rebecca Lee Production by R.B. Jérôme Bel in Koproduktion mit Dance Umbrella, Theater-Works Singapore / 72–13, KunstenFestivaldesArts, Tanzquartier Wien, Nanterre-Amandiers Centre Dramatique National, Festival d’Automne à Paris, Theater Chur, TAK Theater Liechtenstein, TanzPlan Ost, Fondazione La Biennale di Venezia, Théâtre de la Ville Paris, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, BIT Teatergarasjen, La Commune Centre dramatique national d’Aubervilliers, tanzhaus nrw und House on Fire mit Unterstützung des Kulturprogramms der Europäischen Union. Dank an Centre National de la Danse, Pantin und Ménagerie de Verre, Paris. With the support of Institut français. A coproduction by Wiesbaden Biennale mit Tanzplattform Rhein-Main, ein Projekt von Künstlerhaus Mousonturm und Hessischem Staatsballett

Wed 09.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional Training

Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Wed 09.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Tue 08.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
Jérôme Bel: Gala
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Jérôme Bel: Gala

  • Tue 08.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
  • Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 19,00 / red. € 9,00

Choreography by Jérôme Bel

French choreographer Jérôme Bel knows how to challenge contemporary dance in astonishing ways like no others. He opens the theatre to those you wouldn’t normally find there. The gala, an art form that is both festive and collective, brings together dance professionals and amateurs from the Rhine-Main region. Who are the invisible people in our society? Which bodies do we suppress? Jérôme Bel subverts conventional power structures of representation and gives the individual a chance for autonomy. Ruthless. Lustfully. Radically beautiful.

Concept Jérôme Bel Assistance Maxime Kurvers Assistants Wiesbaden, Frankfurt Maxime Kurvers, Dina ed Dik, Sheila Atala Artistic Advisor and Company Manager Rebecca Lee Costumes by the dancers Casting & Coordination Larissa Bischoff, Larissa Koch By and with Kathrin Ahjar, Alaa Badenjki, Maurice Baker, Thomas Bartling, Pauline Bernard, Hans Busch, Gal Fefferman, Günther Frühm, Johanna Griesfeller, Ann-Kristin Hildenhagen, Ranim Al Malat, Nora Kimball Mentzos, Milton Meurer, Igli Mezini, Thibaut Nury, Nataliya Sachsse-Panina, Llewellyn Reichmann, Marcella Schwarz, Lydia Lu Schweighardt, Majd Shalgheen, Johanna Thoß Executive direction and artistic advice Rebecca Lee Production by R.B. Jérôme Bel in Koproduktion mit Dance Umbrella, Theater-Works Singapore / 72–13, KunstenFestivaldesArts, Tanzquartier Wien, Nanterre-Amandiers Centre Dramatique National, Festival d’Automne à Paris, Theater Chur, TAK Theater Liechtenstein, TanzPlan Ost, Fondazione La Biennale di Venezia, Théâtre de la Ville Paris, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, BIT Teatergarasjen, La Commune Centre dramatique national d’Aubervilliers, tanzhaus nrw und House on Fire mit Unterstützung des Kulturprogramms der Europäischen Union. Dank an Centre National de la Danse, Pantin und Ménagerie de Verre, Paris. With the support of Institut français. A coproduction by Wiesbaden Biennale mit Tanzplattform Rhein-Main, ein Projekt von Künstlerhaus Mousonturm und Hessischem Staatsballett

Tue 08.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Tue 08.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Mon 07.11.2016 | 20:00 - 22:00
Paula Rosolen/Haptic Hide: Puppets
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Paula Rosolen/Haptic Hide: Puppets

  • Mon 07.11.2016 | 20:00 - 22:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 10,50 - 18,50

Choreography by Paula Rosolen

Paula Rosolen specializes in unusual subject matters in dance. Her newest piece “Puppets” once again leads us into the peripheral regions of choreography to reinterpret a central motive in dance: In many eras and cultures, for example in Romantic ballet or classical Javanese dance, puppets’ movements were considered an ideal of dance. Paula Rosolen offers a twist to the relationship between puppets and dance: she doesn’t examine the puppets’ movements, but rather the puppeteers’. What movement material and which choreographic patterns are created when two control a puppet? In a discipline foreign to dance, puppet theater, Rosolen discovers an otherwise hidden kind of movement – and she places it in the spotlight.

Concept and Choreography Paula Rosolen Artistic Advisor Juan M. Morales Produced and danced by Jungyun Bae, Alina Bilokon, Émilia Giudicelli, Atsushi Heki, Marko Milic Music and Composition David Morrow Hurdy-Gurdy Knud Seckel Lighting Designer and Technical Director Lea Schneidermann Costumes Takako Senda, Anika Alischewski, Juan M. Morales Dramaturgical Advisor Christopher Matthews
Choreographic assistance Christopher Matthews Management Haptic Hide Karin Berrío Production Assistant Takako Senda Public Relations Karin Schäfer Kultur PR. A production by Paula Rosolen/Haptic Hide und der Tanzplattform Rhein-Main in Koproduktion mit dem Théâtre de la Ville Paris und dem Damansara Performing Arts Centre Kuala Lumpur. Gefördert durch das Nationale Performance Netz (NPN). Koproduktionsförderung Tanz aus Mitteln der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien aufgrund eines Beschlusses des Deutschen Bundestags, dem Kulturamt Frankfurt am Main, dem Hessischen Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst. Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von der Saison Foundation Japan, dem Goethe-Institur Malaysia sowie der FAZIT-Stiftung. Die Recherche wurde unterstützt durch einen Residenzaufenthalt in Goethe-Institut Villa Kamogawa Kyoto.

Mon 07.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Antony Rizzi
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Professional training with Antony Rizzi

  • Mon 07.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Release Ballet – The Joy of Movement
This class is a classical ballet class but using the principals of describing space and sensing motion that I learned while improvising for Forsythe for many years. The class is body friendly and allows us to learn some “tricks of the trade” to make our lines more clear and long. We also will be approaching things with speed, deriving from my Balanchine training. Like the title suggests I also look for ways that we can explore the joy of movement in a ballet class, incorporating the whole body and to be able to see that ballet is still dancing.

Antony Rizzi, an Italian American coming from Boston, was from 1985 to 2003 a principal dancer and artistic advisor to William Forsythe at the Ballett Frankfurt. He has been teaching Classical Ballet and Improvisation since 1987, first at The Boston Ballet and over the years at various companies like, Wuppertal Dancetheatre, Munich Ballet, La Scala Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, Ballet Theatre Munich, Ballett Frankfurt and others. He has been creating works as well since 1984 for various companies like The Royal Ballet, The Boston Ballet, The Ballett Frankfurt and the Scapino Ballet. In addition he created works for his own company, MOVING PRODUCTIONS including “Snowman Sinking”, “Judy was angry”, “The Role I Should Have Done”, “1 2 3 you and me”, “Being Human Being” and most recently “Some of my best friends are trash”. Rizzi also works as an actor, with the Forsythe Company, Jan Fabre and most recently at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in the Opera THE FASHION directed by Michael Simon.

Sun 06.11.2016 | 20:30 - 21:30
Artist talk with the Candoco Dance Company
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Artist talk with the Candoco Dance Company

  • Sun 06.11.2016 | 20:30 - 21:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt

Start: After the performance of “Beheld” & “Set and Reset/Reset”

Sun 06.11.2016 | 20:00 - 00:00
Festivalbar
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Festivalbar

  • Sun 06.11.2016 | 20:00 - 00:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Bar Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt

Festivalbar opens after the end of the performance of “Samedi Détente”/“Puppets”

Sun 06.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:30
Candoco Dance Company: Beheld & Set and Reset/Reset
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Candoco Dance Company: Beheld & Set and Reset/Reset

  • Sun 06.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kleines Haus, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 9,50 - 42,50

Choreographies by Alexander Whitley and Trisha Brown

The Candoco Dance Company ranks among the top ensembles in Europe. Its performances are choreographic masterpieces that confound notions of the perfect body and familiar dance conventions: The company is made up of seven professional dancers – some with, some without disabilities.

The double bill “Beheld” and “Set and Reset/Reset” celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Candoco Dance Company. “Beheld” is a piece by Alexander Whitley, guest choreographer in residence at the Hessische Staatsballet during the 2015/16 season. In his piece, seven dancers explore the possibilities and limitations of space while challenging our viewing habits. “Set and Reset/Reset” is the restaging of the seminal piece from 1983 by famous American choreographer Trisha Brown. With a new set design and music by multi-media artist Laurie Anderson, Candoco presents its own unique take on this great show.

Beheld
Concept, Choreography & Direction Alexander Whitley Set and Costume Design Jean-Marc Puissant
 Costume Realisation Sasha Keir Set Realisation Jessica Dixon and Amanda Barrow Lighting Design Jackie Shemesh Music Nils Frahm, reworked by Rutger Zuydervel
Thanks to Nils Frahm, Sylvie Launay, Harriet Moss, Harriet Wybor, alle Candoco Dance Company International Lab 2015-Mitglieder. This piece is co-commissioned by Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and supported by The Idlewild Trust.

Set and Reset/Reset
Choreography (1983) Trisha Brown
 Directed by (2016) Abigail Yager
 Music Laurie Anderson Costumes Celeste Dandeker-Arnold
 OBE (based on the original design by Robert Rauschenberg in 1983)
 Set David Lock (based on the original design by Robert Rauschenberg in 1983) Lighting Design Chahine Yavroyan
The piece combination of the original and the choreography of the Candoco dancers who performed this piece for the first time in 2011 Co-produced by 
Migros Culture Percentage Dance Festival Steps.

Sun 06.11.2016 | 19:30 - 00:00
Festivalbar with DJ
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Festivalbar with DJ

  • Sun 06.11.2016 | 19:30 - 00:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Bar Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt

Festivalbar opens after the end of the performance of “Puppets”

Sun 06.11.2016 | 18:00 - 20:00
Paula Rosolen/Haptic Hide: Puppets
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Paula Rosolen/Haptic Hide: Puppets

  • Sun 06.11.2016 | 18:00 - 20:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 10,50 - 18,50

Choreography by Paula Rosolen

Paula Rosolen specializes in unusual subject matters in dance. Her newest piece “Puppets” once again leads us into the peripheral regions of choreography to reinterpret a central motive in dance: In many eras and cultures, for example in Romantic ballet or classical Javanese dance, puppets’ movements were considered an ideal of dance. Paula Rosolen offers a twist to the relationship between puppets and dance: she doesn’t examine the puppets’ movements, but rather the puppeteers’. What movement material and which choreographic patterns are created when two control a puppet? In a discipline foreign to dance, puppet theater, Rosolen discovers an otherwise hidden kind of movement – and she places it in the spotlight.

Concept and Choreography Paula Rosolen Artistic Advisor Juan M. Morales Produced and danced by Jungyun Bae, Alina Bilokon, Émilia Giudicelli, Atsushi Heki, Marko Milic Music and Composition David Morrow Hurdy-Gurdy Knud Seckel Lighting Designer and Technical Director Lea Schneidermann Costumes Takako Senda, Anika Alischewski, Juan M. Morales Dramaturgical Advisor Christopher Matthews
Choreographic assistance Christopher Matthews Management Haptic Hide Karin Berrío Production Assistant Takako Senda Public Relations Karin Schäfer Kultur PR. A production by Paula Rosolen/Haptic Hide und der Tanzplattform Rhein-Main in Koproduktion mit dem Théâtre de la Ville Paris und dem Damansara Performing Arts Centre Kuala Lumpur. Gefördert durch das Nationale Performance Netz (NPN). Koproduktionsförderung Tanz aus Mitteln der Beauftragten der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien aufgrund eines Beschlusses des Deutschen Bundestags, dem Kulturamt Frankfurt am Main, dem Hessischen Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst. Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von der Saison Foundation Japan, dem Goethe-Institur Malaysia sowie der FAZIT-Stiftung. Die Recherche wurde unterstützt durch einen Residenzaufenthalt in Goethe-Institut Villa Kamogawa Kyoto.

Sun 06.11.2016 | 13:15 - 15:30
Tanztee
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Tanztee

  • Sun 06.11.2016 | 13:15 - 15:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Foyer Großes Haus, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Sun 06.11.2016 | 11:00 - 12:00
Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele
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Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele

  • Sun 06.11.2016 | 11:00 - 12:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 3,00

A participatory dance and circus piece for children age 0-3 years old from / Birutė Banevičiūtė

During the first years of life, new premieres come thick and fast: sitting for the first time, crawling, jumping, climbing, grabbing, letting go, catching, kicking, smiling, frowning, sharing, making friends, feeling happy, thinking. To experiment with and explore our bodies and the world around us is best done through play. “Farbenspiele”, an interactive piece by Lithuanian choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė, is packed with unexpected, colourful experiences, which motivate children to discover many new things about themselves and the world together with the dancer. An intense and exciting experience for the little ones: everywhere that the piece has toured to its young audience are loath to leave the stage after the performance.

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Sun 06.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:00
Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele
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Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele

  • Sun 06.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 3,00

A participatory dance and circus piece for children age 0-3 years old from / Birutė Banevičiūtė

During the first years of life, new premieres come thick and fast: sitting for the first time, crawling, jumping, climbing, grabbing, letting go, catching, kicking, smiling, frowning, sharing, making friends, feeling happy, thinking. To experiment with and explore our bodies and the world around us is best done through play. “Farbenspiele”, an interactive piece by Lithuanian choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė, is packed with unexpected, colourful experiences, which motivate children to discover many new things about themselves and the world together with the dancer. An intense and exciting experience for the little ones: everywhere that the piece has toured to its young audience are loath to leave the stage after the performance.

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Sat 05.11.2016 | 22:00 - 00:00
Festivalbar
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Festivalbar

  • Sat 05.11.2016 | 22:00 - 00:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Bar Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt

Festivalbar opens after the end of the performance of “Samedi Détente”/“Puppets”

Sat 05.11.2016 | 20:00 - 21:30
Compagnie Kadidi: Samedi Détente
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Compagnie Kadidi: Samedi Détente

  • Sat 05.11.2016 | 20:00 - 21:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 10,50 - 18,50

Choreography by Dorothée Munyaneza

How to speak about the unspeakable? Ruanda 1994: Dorothée Munyaneza was twelve years old when in an act of genocide members of Tutsi minority were murdered. She was lucky and able to flee.

On stage, she gazes back into her past: during happier times, she liked to listen to the radio show “Samedi détente”, which brought foreign, international music to Ruanda every Saturday. The absolute highlight of the week featured music that people danced and sang to. The resulting individual choreographies were then performed on Mondays in a competition at the playground. A real ritual. In 2014, Dorothée Munyaneza invented her very own “Samedi détente”. She sings and dances with an electrifying physical presence, revealing pure survival instinct, but also quiet moments of happiness. With her haunting, poetic and powerful voice, she takes the audience with her from Europe to Africa, from the past into the presence.

Concept, Text, Dance, Voice Dorothée Munyaneza
 With Nadia Beugré, Alain Mahé, Dorothée Munyaneza Outside Eye Mathurin Bolze
 Lighting Design Christian Dubet Set Design Vincent Gadras
 Costumes Tifenn Morvan Stage Manager Marion Piry Lighting Tech Marie Le Vey Sound Tech Valérie Bjcsa
Production director Emmanuel Magis, Anahi assisted by Marion Gauvent www.anahi-spectacle-vivant.fr Producer: Kadidi Company with the support of Anahi/Emmanuel Magis Coproduction: Théâtre de Nîmes– scène conventionnée pour la danse, Théâtre La Passerelle–scène nationale de Gap et des Alpes du Sud, Bois de l’Aune-Aix-en-Provence, Théâtre des Salins–scène nationale de Martigues, L’Onde–Théâtre Centre d’Art de Vélizy-Villacoublay, Pôle Sud–Strasbourg, Théâtre Jacques Prévert–Aulnay-sous-Bois, Le Parvis–scène nationale de Tarbes, Théâtre Garonne–Toulouse, Réseau Open Latitudes 2 mit Unterstützung von/with the support of the Cultural European Programme, Théâtre de Liège, Théâtre de la Ville–Paris, BIT Teatergarasjen–Bergen. Mit Unterstützung von/With the support of Théâtre Le Monfort–Paris, of Friche Belle de Mai–Marseille, of DRAC (Regional Direction of Cultural Affairs) PACA- Ministry of Culture and Communication, of SACD, association Beaumarchais, Arcadi Ile-de-France, ADAMI and Mairie of Paris.

Sat 05.11.2016 | 10:00 - 16:00
Workshop with the Candoco Dance Company
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Workshop with the Candoco Dance Company

  • Sat 05.11.2016 | 10:00 - 16:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 25,00

The Candoco Dance Company is considered the leading inclusive ensemble for contemporary dance worldwide. One day before their performance at the Staatstheater, they will be giving a one-day practical workshop.
The programme begins with an introduction to contemporary dance techniques and Candoco’s method of inclusive work.
Next, participants will be given creative tasks based on the current productions “Beheld” and “Set and Reset/Reset“.
This workshop is open for all people with and without disabilities. Prior experience is not required, but please do bring an interest in and love of movement.
The workshop is limited to 20 participants.

Fri 04.11.2016 | 21:00 - 00:00
Festivalbar with DJ
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Festivalbar with DJ

  • Fri 04.11.2016 | 21:00 - 00:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Bar Kammerspiele, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Fri 04.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
L-E-V: OCD Love
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L-E-V: OCD Love

  • Fri 04.11.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Kleines Haus, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 10,50 - 46,00

Choreography by Sharon Eyal

She is the star of the Israeli dance scene: Sharon Eyal, born 1971 in Jerusalem, best known as dancer and resident choreographer for the world-famous Batsheva Dance Company. Gai Behar is a DJ, techno musician and fromer organiser of legendary underground raves in Tel Aviv. The two of them have been working together since 2005 and still create pieces that breathtakingly tear down the boundaries between high culture and rave.

In 2013, they founded their company L-E-V, which contains the Hebrew word for “heart“(lev). Their piece “OCD Love” is a personal matter. It deals with OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), a pathological condition that interferes with love and life. Accompanied by the pulsating techno beats of DJ Ori Lichtik, the piece focuses on failed love. Like a person going to bed just as the other stands up. Something complete, but nevertheless full of holes. “OCD Love” is dedicated to exactly these holes. The piece was strongly inspired by Neil Hilbron’s slam poem about OCD, which Sharon Eyal read like a choreography.

Creators Sharon Eyal & Gai Behar 
Sound Artist and Live Music Ori Lichtig Lighting Thierry Dreyfus Costumes Odelia Arnold In Collaboration With
 Rebecca Hytting, Gon Biran, Sharon Eyal, Gai Behar Dancers Gon Biran, Darren Devaney, Rebecca Hytting, Mariko Kakizaki, Leo Lerus,
 Keren Lurie Pardes
 Technical Director Alon Cohen
Tour Manager Keren Gdalyhau Malki International touring agent Menno Plukker Theatre Agent, INC. Co Producers Colours – International Dance Festival – Stuttgart, Germany; Sadler’s Wells – London, England; Carolina Performing Arts – The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA; Julidans – Amsterdam, Netherlands; Montpellier Danse. The production of OCD LOVE was developed through a Performing Arts 
Residency at The Banff Centre, Canada.

Fri 04.11.2016 | 19:00 - 19:30
Introduction to "OCD Love"
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Introduction to "OCD Love"

  • Fri 04.11.2016 | 19:00 - 19:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Foyer Kleines Haus, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Fri 04.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Fri 04.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Thu 03.11.2016 | 19:30 - 22:45
Hessisches Staatsballett: Spiegelungen
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Hessisches Staatsballett: Spiegelungen

  • Thu 03.11.2016 | 19:30 - 22:45
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Großes Haus, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 9,50 - 42,50

Triple Bill with Choreographies by Wayne McGregor, Tim Plegge & Alexander Ekman

One night, three ground-breaking ballet pieces: Wayne McGregor is resident choreographer at The Royal Ballet, London. He is regularly commissioned by and has works in the repertories of the most important ballet companies around the world, including the New York City Ballet and the Paris Opera Ballet. He has choreographed for theatre, opera and film (‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ and ‘Tarzan’,) as well as for music videos (Radiohead). On the opening night, he will be presenting his piece “Infra”, which explores what goes on under the surface of human relationships. His solos, pas de deux and group sequences are emotional and brimming with visual power.

Next the director of the Hessische Staatsballet Tim Plegge shows a new creation designed to be an adventure. The choreographic approach: artistic intuition. Together with his dancers, he tries to free himself from the totalitarian system surrounding us.

The third piece is an exaggerated portrayal of every- day events. In “Left Right Left Right”, Alexander Ekman elevates normal walking to the highest level of concentration, timing and rhythm. This highly successful piece by the young Swedish choreographer met with sanding ovations at the ballet showcase “Aufwind”.

INFRA (German first performance)
Choreography Wayne McGregor Répétiteur Antoine Vereecken Assistant Davide Di Pretoro 
Music Max Richter 
Costumes Moritz Junge
 Costume Assistant Helen Johnson Lighting Design Lucy Carter
 Set Design Julian Opie
 Sound Design Chris Ekers
 Dance Ensemble Hessisches Staatsballett

PREMIERE BY TIM PLEGGE
Choreography Tim Plegge Set Design & Costumes Thomas Mika Dramaturgy Esther Dreesen-Schaback

LEFT RIGHT LEFT RIGHT
Choreography, Set Design & Costumes Alexander Ekman Music Mikael Karlsson
 Lighting Design Tom Visser

Thu 03.11.2016 | 19:00 - 19:30
Introduction to "Spiegelungen"
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Introduction to "Spiegelungen"

  • Thu 03.11.2016 | 19:00 - 19:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Foyer Großes Haus, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Thu 03.11.2016 | 11:00 - 12:00
Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele
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Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele

  • Thu 03.11.2016 | 11:00 - 12:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 3,00

A participatory dance and circus piece for children age 0-3 years old from / Birutė Banevičiūtė

During the first years of life, new premieres come thick and fast: sitting for the first time, crawling, jumping, climbing, grabbing, letting go, catching, kicking, smiling, frowning, sharing, making friends, feeling happy, thinking. To experiment with and explore our bodies and the world around us is best done through play. “Farbenspiele”, an interactive piece by Lithuanian choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė, is packed with unexpected, colourful experiences, which motivate children to discover many new things about themselves and the world together with the dancer. An intense and exciting experience for the little ones: everywhere that the piece has toured to its young audience are loath to leave the stage after the performance.

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Thu 03.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Thu 03.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Thu 03.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:00
Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele
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Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele

  • Thu 03.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 3,00

A participatory dance and circus piece for children age 0-3 years old from / Birutė Banevičiūtė

During the first years of life, new premieres come thick and fast: sitting for the first time, crawling, jumping, climbing, grabbing, letting go, catching, kicking, smiling, frowning, sharing, making friends, feeling happy, thinking. To experiment with and explore our bodies and the world around us is best done through play. “Farbenspiele”, an interactive piece by Lithuanian choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė, is packed with unexpected, colourful experiences, which motivate children to discover many new things about themselves and the world together with the dancer. An intense and exciting experience for the little ones: everywhere that the piece has toured to its young audience are loath to leave the stage after the performance.

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Wed 02.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Wed 02.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Tue 01.11.2016 | 11:00 - 12:00
Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele
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Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele

  • Tue 01.11.2016 | 11:00 - 12:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 3,00

A participatory dance and circus piece for children age 0-3 years old from / Birutė Banevičiūtė

During the first years of life, new premieres come thick and fast: sitting for the first time, crawling, jumping, climbing, grabbing, letting go, catching, kicking, smiling, frowning, sharing, making friends, feeling happy, thinking. To experiment with and explore our bodies and the world around us is best done through play. “Farbenspiele”, an interactive piece by Lithuanian choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė, is packed with unexpected, colourful experiences, which motivate children to discover many new things about themselves and the world together with the dancer. An intense and exciting experience for the little ones: everywhere that the piece has toured to its young audience are loath to leave the stage after the performance.

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Tue 01.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Tue 01.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Tue 01.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:00
Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele
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Tanzfestival Rhein-Main

Birutė Banevičiūtė: Farbenspiele

  • Tue 01.11.2016 | 10:00 - 11:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 3,00

A participatory dance and circus piece for children age 0-3 years old from / Birutė Banevičiūtė

During the first years of life, new premieres come thick and fast: sitting for the first time, crawling, jumping, climbing, grabbing, letting go, catching, kicking, smiling, frowning, sharing, making friends, feeling happy, thinking. To experiment with and explore our bodies and the world around us is best done through play. “Farbenspiele”, an interactive piece by Lithuanian choreographer Birutė Banevičiūtė, is packed with unexpected, colourful experiences, which motivate children to discover many new things about themselves and the world together with the dancer. An intense and exciting experience for the little ones: everywhere that the piece has toured to its young audience are loath to leave the stage after the performance.

Choreography Birutė Banevičiūtė Dance Valérie Sauer
 Costumes Rūta Biliūnaitė

Oktober 2016
Mon 31.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional Training

Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Mon 31.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Sun 30.10.2016 | 18:00 - 21:15
Hessisches Staatsballett: Spiegelungen
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Hessisches Staatsballett: Spiegelungen

  • Sun 30.10.2016 | 18:00 - 21:15
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Großes Haus, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 9,50 - 42,50

Triple Bill with Choreographies by Wayne McGregor, Tim Plegge & Alexander Ekman

One night, three ground-breaking ballet pieces: Wayne McGregor is resident choreographer at The Royal Ballet, London. He is regularly commissioned by and has works in the repertories of the most important ballet companies around the world, including the New York City Ballet and the Paris Opera Ballet. He has choreographed for theatre, opera and film (‘Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire’ and ‘Tarzan’,) as well as for music videos (Radiohead). On the opening night, he will be presenting his piece “Infra”, which explores what goes on under the surface of human relationships. His solos, pas de deux and group sequences are emotional and brimming with visual power.

Next the director of the Hessische Staatsballet Tim Plegge shows a new creation designed to be an adventure. The choreographic approach: artistic intuition. Together with his dancers, he tries to free himself from the totalitarian system surrounding us.

The third piece is an exaggerated portrayal of every- day events. In “Left Right Left Right”, Alexander Ekman elevates normal walking to the highest level of concentration, timing and rhythm. This highly successful piece by the young Swedish choreographer met with sanding ovations at the ballet showcase “Aufwind”.

INFRA (German first performance)
Choreography Wayne McGregor Répétiteur Antoine Vereecken Assistant Davide Di Pretoro 
Music Max Richter 
Costumes Moritz Junge
 Costume Assistant Helen Johnson Lighting Design Lucy Carter
 Set Design Julian Opie
 Sound Design Chris Ekers
 Dance Ensemble Hessisches Staatsballett

PREMIERE BY TIM PLEGGE
Choreography Tim Plegge Set Design & Costumes Thomas Mika Dramaturgy Esther Dreesen-Schaback

LEFT RIGHT LEFT RIGHT
Choreography, Set Design & Costumes Alexander Ekman Music Mikael Karlsson
 Lighting Design Tom Visser

Sun 30.10.2016 | 17:30 - 18:00
Opening of the Tanzfestival Rhine-Main
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Opening of the Tanzfestival Rhine-Main

  • Sun 30.10.2016 | 17:30 - 18:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Foyer Großes Haus, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Fri 28.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Mirjam Karvat
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Professional Training

Professional training with Mirjam Karvat

  • Fri 28.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Gaga is a movement language which Ohad Naharin developed over the course of many years and which is applied in daily practice and exercises by the Batsheva Dance Company members. The language of Gaga originated from the belief in the healing, dynamic, ever-changing power of movement.
Gaga is a new way of gaining knowledge and self-awareness through your body. Gaga provides a framework for discovering and strengthening your body and adding flexibility, stamina, and agility while lightening the senses and imagination. Gaga raises awareness of physical weaknesses, awakens numb areas, exposes physical fixations, and offers ways for their elimination. The work improves instinctive movement and connects conscious and unconscious movement, and it allows for an experience of freedom and pleasure in a simple way, in a pleasant space, in comfortable clothes, accompanied by music, each person with himself and others.

Mirjam Karvat
After completing her first degree as a Massage Therapist and Teacher for Human Kinetics, Mirjam studied dance at the London Contemporary Dance School until 2006. After graduation she performed with the New Generations Dance Company in Egypt before choreographing as a solo artist in an interdisciplinary collaboration in the Theater Aarau in Switzerland. She also participated as the main character in a film documentation about schizophrenia before turning back to dance. Prior to joining the Gaga Teacher Training Program in 2011, she danced in the musical RENT in Basel/Switzerland. Mirjam teaches Gaga in Israel, Switzerland, and Germany.

Thu 27.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Mirjam Karvat
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Professional Training

Professional training with Mirjam Karvat

  • Thu 27.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Gaga is a movement language which Ohad Naharin developed over the course of many years and which is applied in daily practice and exercises by the Batsheva Dance Company members. The language of Gaga originated from the belief in the healing, dynamic, ever-changing power of movement.
Gaga is a new way of gaining knowledge and self-awareness through your body. Gaga provides a framework for discovering and strengthening your body and adding flexibility, stamina, and agility while lightening the senses and imagination. Gaga raises awareness of physical weaknesses, awakens numb areas, exposes physical fixations, and offers ways for their elimination. The work improves instinctive movement and connects conscious and unconscious movement, and it allows for an experience of freedom and pleasure in a simple way, in a pleasant space, in comfortable clothes, accompanied by music, each person with himself and others.

Mirjam Karvat
After completing her first degree as a Massage Therapist and Teacher for Human Kinetics, Mirjam studied dance at the London Contemporary Dance School until 2006. After graduation she performed with the New Generations Dance Company in Egypt before choreographing as a solo artist in an interdisciplinary collaboration in the Theater Aarau in Switzerland. She also participated as the main character in a film documentation about schizophrenia before turning back to dance. Prior to joining the Gaga Teacher Training Program in 2011, she danced in the musical RENT in Basel/Switzerland. Mirjam teaches Gaga in Israel, Switzerland, and Germany.

Wed 26.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Mirjam Karvat
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Professional Training

Professional training with Mirjam Karvat

  • Wed 26.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Gaga is a movement language which Ohad Naharin developed over the course of many years and which is applied in daily practice and exercises by the Batsheva Dance Company members. The language of Gaga originated from the belief in the healing, dynamic, ever-changing power of movement.
Gaga is a new way of gaining knowledge and self-awareness through your body. Gaga provides a framework for discovering and strengthening your body and adding flexibility, stamina, and agility while lightening the senses and imagination. Gaga raises awareness of physical weaknesses, awakens numb areas, exposes physical fixations, and offers ways for their elimination. The work improves instinctive movement and connects conscious and unconscious movement, and it allows for an experience of freedom and pleasure in a simple way, in a pleasant space, in comfortable clothes, accompanied by music, each person with himself and others.

Mirjam Karvat
After completing her first degree as a Massage Therapist and Teacher for Human Kinetics, Mirjam studied dance at the London Contemporary Dance School until 2006. After graduation she performed with the New Generations Dance Company in Egypt before choreographing as a solo artist in an interdisciplinary collaboration in the Theater Aarau in Switzerland. She also participated as the main character in a film documentation about schizophrenia before turning back to dance. Prior to joining the Gaga Teacher Training Program in 2011, she danced in the musical RENT in Basel/Switzerland. Mirjam teaches Gaga in Israel, Switzerland, and Germany.

Tue 25.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Mirjam Karvat
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Professional Training

Professional training with Mirjam Karvat

  • Tue 25.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Gaga is a movement language which Ohad Naharin developed over the course of many years and which is applied in daily practice and exercises by the Batsheva Dance Company members. The language of Gaga originated from the belief in the healing, dynamic, ever-changing power of movement.
Gaga is a new way of gaining knowledge and self-awareness through your body. Gaga provides a framework for discovering and strengthening your body and adding flexibility, stamina, and agility while lightening the senses and imagination. Gaga raises awareness of physical weaknesses, awakens numb areas, exposes physical fixations, and offers ways for their elimination. The work improves instinctive movement and connects conscious and unconscious movement, and it allows for an experience of freedom and pleasure in a simple way, in a pleasant space, in comfortable clothes, accompanied by music, each person with himself and others.

Mirjam Karvat
After completing her first degree as a Massage Therapist and Teacher for Human Kinetics, Mirjam studied dance at the London Contemporary Dance School until 2006. After graduation she performed with the New Generations Dance Company in Egypt before choreographing as a solo artist in an interdisciplinary collaboration in the Theater Aarau in Switzerland. She also participated as the main character in a film documentation about schizophrenia before turning back to dance. Prior to joining the Gaga Teacher Training Program in 2011, she danced in the musical RENT in Basel/Switzerland. Mirjam teaches Gaga in Israel, Switzerland, and Germany.

Fri 21.10.2016 | 19:00 - 22:00
Jan Martens: The Common People
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Projekte zum Mitmachen

Jan Martens: The Common People

  • Fri 21.10.2016 | 19:00 - 22:00
  • Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 19,00 / erm. € 9,00

In a society where people primarily communicate on the internet THE COMMON PEOPLE tries to bring people together in a more humane way, one on one, intense, intimate and with physical contact. As a participant you will meet another person for the first time during the performance. You will have received a simple script on forehand to guide you. The audience is witnessing several of these encounters. During the workshop you will be prepared for this physical encounter. By means of simple instructions the participants will work on consciousness of the body, performativity and contact improvisation.

Choreographer Jan Martens and movie director Lukas Dhont are organizing a workshop about meeting people, intensity, intimacy and privacy.

Fri 21.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Fri 21.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Thu 20.10.2016 | 19:00 - 22:00
Jan Martens: The Common People
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Projekte zum Mitmachen

Jan Martens: The Common People

  • Thu 20.10.2016 | 19:00 - 22:00
  • Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 19,00 / erm. € 9,00

In a society where people primarily communicate on the internet THE COMMON PEOPLE tries to bring people together in a more humane way, one on one, intense, intimate and with physical contact. As a participant you will meet another person for the first time during the performance. You will have received a simple script on forehand to guide you. The audience is witnessing several of these encounters. During the workshop you will be prepared for this physical encounter. By means of simple instructions the participants will work on consciousness of the body, performativity and contact improvisation.

Choreographer Jan Martens and movie director Lukas Dhont are organizing a workshop about meeting people, intensity, intimacy and privacy.

Thu 20.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Thu 20.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Wed 19.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Wed 19.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Tue 18.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Tue 18.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Mon 17.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Joel Bray
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Professional Training

Professional training with Joel Bray

  • Mon 17.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Joel Bray’s teaching practice draws on the ancient understanding of the traditional Aboriginal people of Australia of animal biomechanics, and the use of direction/counter-direction and dynamic balance from CounterTechnique. The work incorporates elements of the Ido Portal movement system, which uses evolutionary movement patterns- squatting, brachiating (hanging) and various forms of crawling to build power and endurance. Joel is an accredited Pilates teacher and his classes reflect his broad physical experience with Pilates, Gaga, Ballet, Release Technique and Capoiera.

Originally from Australia, Joel Bray is an experienced performer, teacher and choreographer in Israel, Germany and Australia. Born of an Aboriginal father and a white mother, he started dancing at the age of 20 through studying the traditional dance-forms of his Indigenous people. He went on to work with, and perform works by, Anouk van Dijk, Hofesh Shechter, and Niv Sheinfeld & Oren Laor. He is a guest lecturer at the NAISDA Dance College and The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, and for seven years has taught master-classes and workshops to professionals, students, youth and the general public.

Fri 14.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Fri 14.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class consists of three areas – floor, centre, space – that build on each other and are partly mixed. Technical and stylistic basics are the kinetics according to Jooss/Züllig and the Limón technique, as well as own choreographic elements. Special attention is given to breathing and its physiological and dynamical impacts.

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Thu 13.10.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
Work in Progress: Candoco Dance Company
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Work in Progress: Candoco Dance Company

  • Thu 13.10.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 5,50
Thu 13.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Thu 13.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class consists of three areas – floor, centre, space – that build on each other and are partly mixed. Technical and stylistic basics are the kinetics according to Jooss/Züllig and the Limón technique, as well as own choreographic elements. Special attention is given to breathing and its physiological and dynamical impacts.

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Wed 12.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Wed 12.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class consists of three areas – floor, centre, space – that build on each other and are partly mixed. Technical and stylistic basics are the kinetics according to Jooss/Züllig and the Limón technique, as well as own choreographic elements. Special attention is given to breathing and its physiological and dynamical impacts.

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Tue 11.10.2016 | 19:00 - 20:30

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Klubs

  • Tue 11.10.2016 | 19:00 - 20:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Tue 11.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Tue 11.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class consists of three areas – floor, centre, space – that build on each other and are partly mixed. Technical and stylistic basics are the kinetics according to Jooss/Züllig and the Limón technique, as well as own choreographic elements. Special attention is given to breathing and its physiological and dynamical impacts.

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Mon 10.10.2016 | 18:00 - 19:30

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Klubs

  • Mon 10.10.2016 | 18:00 - 19:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
Mon 10.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Mon 10.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class consists of three areas – floor, centre, space – that build on each other and are partly mixed. Technical and stylistic basics are the kinetics according to Jooss/Züllig and the Limón technique, as well as own choreographic elements. Special attention is given to breathing and its physiological and dynamical impacts.

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Sun 09.10.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sun 09.10.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Sat 08.10.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sat 08.10.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Fri 07.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Fri 07.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Thu 06.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Thu 06.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Wed 05.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Wed 05.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Tue 04.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Tue 04.10.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

September 2016
Fri 30.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Hannah Shakti Bühler
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Professional training with Hannah Shakti Bühler

  • Fri 30.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with bringing attention to a daily chosen anatomical structure and principle. In the first part of the class we will alternate between improvisational explorations and a series of set exercises that combine principles from Yoga and Gyrokinesis. Focusing on oppositional directions in the body, we will explore fluidity and volume in movement, releasing unnecessary tensions also when increasing speed and complexity. Set movement sequences combine floor work and release based techniques and will set the ground from where we will practice individual decision makings and risk taking.

Hannah Shakti Bühler studied contemporary dance at Laban Trinity College, London, obtaining her BA (Hons) Dance Theatre. Her performance practice has led her to work among others with Retina Dance Co. in UK and Belgium, Centro Coreografico Galego in Spain (projects by Roberto Olivan, Roberto Magro and Cisco Aznar) and with T.R.A.S.H. DansPerformanceGroup in Holland. Over 4 years she has collaborated with choreographer and opera director Cisco Aznar, performing at Opera de Lausanne and later taking the position of choreographic assistant at Opera de Dijon and FolkOperan Stockholm. In 2012 she receives a grant for young choreographers from T.R.A.S.H. DansPerformanceGroup, Tilburg and premieres a 45min. duet at Theatre DeVorst in Tilburg. Her choreographic practice also led her to merge film and movement, presenting short films between others at Choreographic Captures Competition (gaining 1st Prize in 2009), LaDanzaInUnMinuto COORPI Torino (gaining 1st Prize in 2012). In October 2013 she enrolled at MACoDE, Master in Contemporary Dance Education at Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main. In the same year she joins the conceptual team of the educational project KulturTagJahr in Frankfurt am Main, collaborating with The Forsythe Co. In 2015 she receives a postgraduate grant from the Hessische Theaterakademie to follow her research on documentation and assists choreographer Ivan Perez during the creation of Waiting for the Barbarians at Toneelschuur Producties/Korzo Theatre in Holland. Out of this process she produced moving thinking capture, a choreographic toolbox. Since graduating from MACoDE Hannah has been performing with Cia Bertha in Switzerland, France and La Reunion. She also worked at the Schauspiel Frankfurt, assisting Anouk Van Dijk and Falk Richter in their production Safe Places. She recently followed the One Body One Career Intensive by Anouk Van Dijk at Chunky Move in Melbourne to gain more insights in Countertechnique. Hannah is also a certified GYROKINESIS® Trainer and teaches at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt.

Thu 29.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Hannah Shakti Bühler
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Professional training with Hannah Shakti Bühler

  • Thu 29.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with bringing attention to a daily chosen anatomical structure and principle. In the first part of the class we will alternate between improvisational explorations and a series of set exercises that combine principles from Yoga and Gyrokinesis. Focusing on oppositional directions in the body, we will explore fluidity and volume in movement, releasing unnecessary tensions also when increasing speed and complexity. Set movement sequences combine floor work and release based techniques and will set the ground from where we will practice individual decision makings and risk taking.

Hannah Shakti Bühler studied contemporary dance at Laban Trinity College, London, obtaining her BA (Hons) Dance Theatre. Her performance practice has led her to work among others with Retina Dance Co. in UK and Belgium, Centro Coreografico Galego in Spain (projects by Roberto Olivan, Roberto Magro and Cisco Aznar) and with T.R.A.S.H. DansPerformanceGroup in Holland. Over 4 years she has collaborated with choreographer and opera director Cisco Aznar, performing at Opera de Lausanne and later taking the position of choreographic assistant at Opera de Dijon and FolkOperan Stockholm. In 2012 she receives a grant for young choreographers from T.R.A.S.H. DansPerformanceGroup, Tilburg and premieres a 45min. duet at Theatre DeVorst in Tilburg. Her choreographic practice also led her to merge film and movement, presenting short films between others at Choreographic Captures Competition (gaining 1st Prize in 2009), LaDanzaInUnMinuto COORPI Torino (gaining 1st Prize in 2012). In October 2013 she enrolled at MACoDE, Master in Contemporary Dance Education at Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main. In the same year she joins the conceptual team of the educational project KulturTagJahr in Frankfurt am Main, collaborating with The Forsythe Co. In 2015 she receives a postgraduate grant from the Hessische Theaterakademie to follow her research on documentation and assists choreographer Ivan Perez during the creation of Waiting for the Barbarians at Toneelschuur Producties/Korzo Theatre in Holland. Out of this process she produced moving thinking capture, a choreographic toolbox. Since graduating from MACoDE Hannah has been performing with Cia Bertha in Switzerland, France and La Reunion. She also worked at the Schauspiel Frankfurt, assisting Anouk Van Dijk and Falk Richter in their production Safe Places. She recently followed the One Body One Career Intensive by Anouk Van Dijk at Chunky Move in Melbourne to gain more insights in Countertechnique. Hannah is also a certified GYROKINESIS® Trainer and teaches at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt.

Wed 28.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Hannah Shakti Bühler
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Professional training with Hannah Shakti Bühler

  • Wed 28.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with bringing attention to a daily chosen anatomical structure and principle. In the first part of the class we will alternate between improvisational explorations and a series of set exercises that combine principles from Yoga and Gyrokinesis. Focusing on oppositional directions in the body, we will explore fluidity and volume in movement, releasing unnecessary tensions also when increasing speed and complexity. Set movement sequences combine floor work and release based techniques and will set the ground from where we will practice individual decision makings and risk taking.

Hannah Shakti Bühler studied contemporary dance at Laban Trinity College, London, obtaining her BA (Hons) Dance Theatre. Her performance practice has led her to work among others with Retina Dance Co. in UK and Belgium, Centro Coreografico Galego in Spain (projects by Roberto Olivan, Roberto Magro and Cisco Aznar) and with T.R.A.S.H. DansPerformanceGroup in Holland. Over 4 years she has collaborated with choreographer and opera director Cisco Aznar, performing at Opera de Lausanne and later taking the position of choreographic assistant at Opera de Dijon and FolkOperan Stockholm. In 2012 she receives a grant for young choreographers from T.R.A.S.H. DansPerformanceGroup, Tilburg and premieres a 45min. duet at Theatre DeVorst in Tilburg. Her choreographic practice also led her to merge film and movement, presenting short films between others at Choreographic Captures Competition (gaining 1st Prize in 2009), LaDanzaInUnMinuto COORPI Torino (gaining 1st Prize in 2012). In October 2013 she enrolled at MACoDE, Master in Contemporary Dance Education at Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main. In the same year she joins the conceptual team of the educational project KulturTagJahr in Frankfurt am Main, collaborating with The Forsythe Co. In 2015 she receives a postgraduate grant from the Hessische Theaterakademie to follow her research on documentation and assists choreographer Ivan Perez during the creation of Waiting for the Barbarians at Toneelschuur Producties/Korzo Theatre in Holland. Out of this process she produced moving thinking capture, a choreographic toolbox. Since graduating from MACoDE Hannah has been performing with Cia Bertha in Switzerland, France and La Reunion. She also worked at the Schauspiel Frankfurt, assisting Anouk Van Dijk and Falk Richter in their production Safe Places. She recently followed the One Body One Career Intensive by Anouk Van Dijk at Chunky Move in Melbourne to gain more insights in Countertechnique. Hannah is also a certified GYROKINESIS® Trainer and teaches at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt.

Tue 27.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Hannah Shakti Bühler
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Professional training with Hannah Shakti Bühler

  • Tue 27.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with bringing attention to a daily chosen anatomical structure and principle. In the first part of the class we will alternate between improvisational explorations and a series of set exercises that combine principles from Yoga and Gyrokinesis. Focusing on oppositional directions in the body, we will explore fluidity and volume in movement, releasing unnecessary tensions also when increasing speed and complexity. Set movement sequences combine floor work and release based techniques and will set the ground from where we will practice individual decision makings and risk taking.

Hannah Shakti Bühler studied contemporary dance at Laban Trinity College, London, obtaining her BA (Hons) Dance Theatre. Her performance practice has led her to work among others with Retina Dance Co. in UK and Belgium, Centro Coreografico Galego in Spain (projects by Roberto Olivan, Roberto Magro and Cisco Aznar) and with T.R.A.S.H. DansPerformanceGroup in Holland. Over 4 years she has collaborated with choreographer and opera director Cisco Aznar, performing at Opera de Lausanne and later taking the position of choreographic assistant at Opera de Dijon and FolkOperan Stockholm. In 2012 she receives a grant for young choreographers from T.R.A.S.H. DansPerformanceGroup, Tilburg and premieres a 45min. duet at Theatre DeVorst in Tilburg. Her choreographic practice also led her to merge film and movement, presenting short films between others at Choreographic Captures Competition (gaining 1st Prize in 2009), LaDanzaInUnMinuto COORPI Torino (gaining 1st Prize in 2012). In October 2013 she enrolled at MACoDE, Master in Contemporary Dance Education at Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main. In the same year she joins the conceptual team of the educational project KulturTagJahr in Frankfurt am Main, collaborating with The Forsythe Co. In 2015 she receives a postgraduate grant from the Hessische Theaterakademie to follow her research on documentation and assists choreographer Ivan Perez during the creation of Waiting for the Barbarians at Toneelschuur Producties/Korzo Theatre in Holland. Out of this process she produced moving thinking capture, a choreographic toolbox. Since graduating from MACoDE Hannah has been performing with Cia Bertha in Switzerland, France and La Reunion. She also worked at the Schauspiel Frankfurt, assisting Anouk Van Dijk and Falk Richter in their production Safe Places. She recently followed the One Body One Career Intensive by Anouk Van Dijk at Chunky Move in Melbourne to gain more insights in Countertechnique. Hannah is also a certified GYROKINESIS® Trainer and teaches at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt.

Mon 26.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Hannah Shakti Bühler
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Professional training with Hannah Shakti Bühler

  • Mon 26.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with bringing attention to a daily chosen anatomical structure and principle. In the first part of the class we will alternate between improvisational explorations and a series of set exercises that combine principles from Yoga and Gyrokinesis. Focusing on oppositional directions in the body, we will explore fluidity and volume in movement, releasing unnecessary tensions also when increasing speed and complexity. Set movement sequences combine floor work and release based techniques and will set the ground from where we will practice individual decision makings and risk taking.

Hannah Shakti Bühler studied contemporary dance at Laban Trinity College, London, obtaining her BA (Hons) Dance Theatre. Her performance practice has led her to work among others with Retina Dance Co. in UK and Belgium, Centro Coreografico Galego in Spain (projects by Roberto Olivan, Roberto Magro and Cisco Aznar) and with T.R.A.S.H. DansPerformanceGroup in Holland. Over 4 years she has collaborated with choreographer and opera director Cisco Aznar, performing at Opera de Lausanne and later taking the position of choreographic assistant at Opera de Dijon and FolkOperan Stockholm. In 2012 she receives a grant for young choreographers from T.R.A.S.H. DansPerformanceGroup, Tilburg and premieres a 45min. duet at Theatre DeVorst in Tilburg. Her choreographic practice also led her to merge film and movement, presenting short films between others at Choreographic Captures Competition (gaining 1st Prize in 2009), LaDanzaInUnMinuto COORPI Torino (gaining 1st Prize in 2012). In October 2013 she enrolled at MACoDE, Master in Contemporary Dance Education at Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main. In the same year she joins the conceptual team of the educational project KulturTagJahr in Frankfurt am Main, collaborating with The Forsythe Co. In 2015 she receives a postgraduate grant from the Hessische Theaterakademie to follow her research on documentation and assists choreographer Ivan Perez during the creation of Waiting for the Barbarians at Toneelschuur Producties/Korzo Theatre in Holland. Out of this process she produced moving thinking capture, a choreographic toolbox. Since graduating from MACoDE Hannah has been performing with Cia Bertha in Switzerland, France and La Reunion. She also worked at the Schauspiel Frankfurt, assisting Anouk Van Dijk and Falk Richter in their production Safe Places. She recently followed the One Body One Career Intensive by Anouk Van Dijk at Chunky Move in Melbourne to gain more insights in Countertechnique. Hannah is also a certified GYROKINESIS® Trainer and teaches at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt.

Fri 23.09.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
Work in Progress: Compagnie Philippe Saire
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Work in Progress: Compagnie Philippe Saire

  • Fri 23.09.2016 | 19:30 - 21:00
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 5,50
Sun 18.09.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sun 18.09.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Sat 17.09.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sat 17.09.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Fri 16.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Fri 16.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Thu 15.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Thu 15.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Wed 14.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Wed 14.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Tue 13.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Tue 13.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Mon 12.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kasia Kizior
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Professional Training

Professional training with Kasia Kizior

  • Mon 12.09.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Kasia’s class is experimenting with diverse movement qualities, combining technique and different dynamics with personal interpretation and sensitivity. The class consists of phrases built upon spatial orientation, movement complexity and coordination, allowing space for individual movement exploration. This practice aims to establish energetic patterns and interconnectedness of the body parts. Being a result of personal investigation, this training is influenced by improvisation and classical training.

Katarzyna Kizior – dancer, teacher and choreographer born in Poland. She studied ballet and folk dance at the National Ballet School. Since 2006 she has been working with Swirls Dance Company and The Opera House in Warsaw, Polin- Museum and with The Dramatic Theater in Warsaw. Apart from dance experience, she choreographs for TV formats such as So you think you can dance Poland, films and commercials. In 2015 she obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Dance Education from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt. She expanded her classical dance background to more awareness-related work like Release Technique, Improvisation, and Yoga. The strength and value of her experience lies in diversity and multiple genres.

Sat 03.09.2016 | 10:00 - 18:30
WORKSHOP "Improvisation" by Katie Duck
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Workshops

WORKSHOP "Improvisation" by Katie Duck

  • Sat 03.09.2016 | 10:00 - 18:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 190,- / ermäßigt € 140,- | Frühbucherrabatt (bis 6 Wochen vor dem Workshop): € 170,- / ermäßigt € 95,-

Katie Duck has been teaching since she began to perform professionally in the mid 70’s. She is dedicated to how process and research play a major role in how one can continue to be artistic in how they approach their life and their work.
Now in her 60’s, Katie has been teaching workshops internationally and in prestigious University systems for over 35 years. Her enthusiasm for a young artists to be able to initiate their practice is evident in how she has continued to stay connected with new technologies, new research in the physical sciences, economic and political issues, in relationship with the performing arts and music fields.
Katie Duck has been investigating theater, dance and music with live performance for over 30 years. In her workshop, she takes a microscopic view on the role improvisation plays in a live performance combining her background in the performing arts with her curiosity for advances in brain studies, music and movement research.
Katie guides the dancers and performers through physical exercises that highlight how the eyes and ears affect movement choices and developmental brain studies about “how we learned to walk”. She extends the workshop toward improvisation sessions by setting a fictional front in the studio space and then declaring this as a platform to choose pause, flow or exit. This platform highlights how the limit of these three choices can already provide the frame for a composition to take place, and that misunderstanding, coincidence, live time, interactivity, messiness, emotions, intuition and inspiration are basic materials in a creative process. These raw materials are integrated with the combined fact that everyone in the workshop group can make a choice.
The improvisation sessions are given a delegated time frame with an option for the workshop group to shift, drop or lift the space at will. This shifting, dropping and lifting of the performance space places each individual in a position where they need to be to be fully awake or they will recognisably loose the thread of the creative compositional activity in play.
Choice is introduced to the workshop group as a compositional reality but also as a means for individuals to elect to participate in the performative or as a viewer and yet remain involved in the process. The aim is to gather the workshop group to recognize that in a creative composition process, time is passing at different perceived speeds and that space is shifting in several dimensions at once. This awake fullness promotes individual performance presence and compositional alertness.

Katie Duck has been a professional performer and maker since the early 1970’s. She has been a influential figure in the improvisational performance scene internationally, inspiring generations of performers, musicians and performance makers. She set up the acclaimed Gruppo in Italy in 1979 and toured Europe with a host of productions. She was head of choreography at Dartington College of arts (senior lecturer) in the late 1980’s. She joined the staff at Amsterdam Hogeschool voor de kunsten in 1991 teaching movement research, improvisation, composition and technique and founded the improvisational dance and music company Magpie in the 1990’s with whom she toured internationally. She has collaborated with renowned dance and improvisation music artists form all over the world. Katie’s career has included independent teaching, university teaching, set choreography’s, structured improvisations, music and dance real time performances and live streaming international performances. Her collaborations have been with musicians, visual artists, lighting designers, dancers, actors and comedians. She has initiated education courses and workshops, festivals and monthly performance series in her three bases Italy, England and Holland. She has led dance companies, dance/music companies, advises young artists and has written text for her performances as well as critical articles. Katie has a determination to continue her research in theatre, music, dance, text and performance. Alongside her vocational studies, her research has led her toward social studies, cultural studies and brain studies. She believes that her research must not be validated by way of academic speak alone but rather on her insistence to hear, see and take part in the practice.

Level: For students from all performance art backgrounds and professional levels. It is important to have a deep interest in the material Katie will be sharing with the students.

Scedule:
02.09.2016 | 14.00 – 20.30
03.09.2016 | 10.00 – 13.00 und 14.30 – 18.30

Fri 02.09.2016 | 14:00 - 20:30
WORKSHOP "Improvisation" by Katie Duck
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Workshops

WORKSHOP "Improvisation" by Katie Duck

  • Fri 02.09.2016 | 14:00 - 20:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 190,- / ermäßigt € 140,- | Frühbucherrabatt (bis 6 Wochen vor dem Workshop): € 170,- / ermäßigt € 95,-

Katie Duck has been teaching since she began to perform professionally in the mid 70’s. She is dedicated to how process and research play a major role in how one can continue to be artistic in how they approach their life and their work.
Now in her 60’s, Katie has been teaching workshops internationally and in prestigious University systems for over 35 years. Her enthusiasm for a young artists to be able to initiate their practice is evident in how she has continued to stay connected with new technologies, new research in the physical sciences, economic and political issues, in relationship with the performing arts and music fields.
Katie Duck has been investigating theater, dance and music with live performance for over 30 years. In her workshop, she takes a microscopic view on the role improvisation plays in a live performance combining her background in the performing arts with her curiosity for advances in brain studies, music and movement research.
Katie guides the dancers and performers through physical exercises that highlight how the eyes and ears affect movement choices and developmental brain studies about “how we learned to walk”. She extends the workshop toward improvisation sessions by setting a fictional front in the studio space and then declaring this as a platform to choose pause, flow or exit. This platform highlights how the limit of these three choices can already provide the frame for a composition to take place, and that misunderstanding, coincidence, live time, interactivity, messiness, emotions, intuition and inspiration are basic materials in a creative process. These raw materials are integrated with the combined fact that everyone in the workshop group can make a choice.
The improvisation sessions are given a delegated time frame with an option for the workshop group to shift, drop or lift the space at will. This shifting, dropping and lifting of the performance space places each individual in a position where they need to be to be fully awake or they will recognisably loose the thread of the creative compositional activity in play.
Choice is introduced to the workshop group as a compositional reality but also as a means for individuals to elect to participate in the performative or as a viewer and yet remain involved in the process. The aim is to gather the workshop group to recognize that in a creative composition process, time is passing at different perceived speeds and that space is shifting in several dimensions at once. This awake fullness promotes individual performance presence and compositional alertness.

Katie Duck has been a professional performer and maker since the early 1970’s. She has been a influential figure in the improvisational performance scene internationally, inspiring generations of performers, musicians and performance makers. She set up the acclaimed Gruppo in Italy in 1979 and toured Europe with a host of productions. She was head of choreography at Dartington College of arts (senior lecturer) in the late 1980’s. She joined the staff at Amsterdam Hogeschool voor de kunsten in 1991 teaching movement research, improvisation, composition and technique and founded the improvisational dance and music company Magpie in the 1990’s with whom she toured internationally. She has collaborated with renowned dance and improvisation music artists form all over the world. Katie’s career has included independent teaching, university teaching, set choreography’s, structured improvisations, music and dance real time performances and live streaming international performances. Her collaborations have been with musicians, visual artists, lighting designers, dancers, actors and comedians. She has initiated education courses and workshops, festivals and monthly performance series in her three bases Italy, England and Holland. She has led dance companies, dance/music companies, advises young artists and has written text for her performances as well as critical articles. Katie has a determination to continue her research in theatre, music, dance, text and performance. Alongside her vocational studies, her research has led her toward social studies, cultural studies and brain studies. She believes that her research must not be validated by way of academic speak alone but rather on her insistence to hear, see and take part in the practice.

Level: For students from all performance art backgrounds and professional levels. It is important to have a deep interest in the material Katie will be sharing with the students.

Scedule:
02.09.2016 | 14.00 – 20.30
03.09.2016 | 10.00 – 13.00 und 14.30 – 18.30

Juli 2016
Wed 13.07.2016 | 20:00 - 21:15
Paula Rosolen/Haptic Hide: Puppets
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Paula Rosolen/Haptic Hide: Puppets

  • Wed 13.07.2016 | 20:00 - 21:15
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal
  • € 19,- / erm. € 9,-.

The starting point for this project is the study of the dance-like sequence of movements that puppeteers create while performing, as an emergent property of puppetry art. “Puppets”, develops a new perspective on the dance hidden in an ancient popular practice, Puppet Theatre, and examines its choreographic potential for dance. Through the investigation of the techniques and coordinated movements inherent to the discipline, I treat them as dance material for choreography, transposing them into a different context by applying a dramaturgical line and variations on their original spatial relationship and dynamics.

Concept and choreography: Paula Rosolen | Artistic & research advisor: Juan M. Morales | Created with and and danced by: Jungyun Bae, Alina Bilokon, Émilia Giudicelli, Atsushi Heki, Marko Milic | Music and composition: David Morrow | Hurdy Gurdy: Knud Seckel | Light design and technical director: Lea Schneidermann | Costumes: Takako Senda, Anika Alischewski, Juan M. Morales | Dramatic Advice: Friederike Thielmann | Choreographic assistance: Christopher Matthews | Haptic Hide Management: Karin Berrio | Production assistant: Takako Senda | PR: Kathrin Schäfer KulturPR

A production of Paula Rosolen / Haptic Hide in coproduction with Tanzplattform Rhein-Main, a project of Künstlerhaus Mousonturm and the Hessisches Staatsballett (Staatstheater Darmstadt and Staatstheater Wiesbaden), the Théâtre de la Ville Paris and the Damansara Performing Arts Centre in Malaysia. Supported by the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) Coproduction Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media on the basis of adecision by the German Bundestag, the City of Frankfurt am Main, the Hessian Ministry for Science and Art. Supported by The Saison Foundation Japan, Goethe-Institut Malasyia and FAZIT-STIFTUNG. The research was supported by a residency at the Goethe-Institut Villa Kamogawa Kyoto.

Tue 12.07.2016 | 20:00 - 21:15
Paula Rosolen/Haptic Hide: Puppets
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Paula Rosolen/Haptic Hide: Puppets

  • Tue 12.07.2016 | 20:00 - 21:15
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal
  • € 19,- / erm. € 9,-.

The starting point for this project is the study of the dance-like sequence of movements that puppeteers create while performing, as an emergent property of puppetry art. “Puppets”, develops a new perspective on the dance hidden in an ancient popular practice, Puppet Theatre, and examines its choreographic potential for dance. Through the investigation of the techniques and coordinated movements inherent to the discipline, I treat them as dance material for choreography, transposing them into a different context by applying a dramaturgical line and variations on their original spatial relationship and dynamics.

Concept and choreography: Paula Rosolen | Artistic & research advisor: Juan M. Morales | Created with and and danced by: Jungyun Bae, Alina Bilokon, Émilia Giudicelli, Atsushi Heki, Marko Milic | Music and composition: David Morrow | Hurdy Gurdy: Knud Seckel | Light design and technical director: Lea Schneidermann | Costumes: Takako Senda, Anika Alischewski, Juan M. Morales | Dramatic Advice: Friederike Thielmann | Choreographic assistance: Christopher Matthews | Haptic Hide Management: Karin Berrio | Production assistant: Takako Senda | PR: Kathrin Schäfer KulturPR

A production of Paula Rosolen / Haptic Hide in coproduction with Tanzplattform Rhein-Main, a project of Künstlerhaus Mousonturm and the Hessisches Staatsballett (Staatstheater Darmstadt and Staatstheater Wiesbaden), the Théâtre de la Ville Paris and the Damansara Performing Arts Centre in Malaysia. Supported by the NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) Coproduction Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media on the basis of adecision by the German Bundestag, the City of Frankfurt am Main, the Hessian Ministry for Science and Art. Supported by The Saison Foundation Japan, Goethe-Institut Malasyia and FAZIT-STIFTUNG. The research was supported by a residency at the Goethe-Institut Villa Kamogawa Kyoto.

Thu 07.07.2016 | 13:00 - 13:30
Final presentation of the dance in schools project with Wallschule
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Dance in Schools

Final presentation of the dance in schools project with Wallschule

  • Thu 07.07.2016 | 13:00 - 13:30
  • Museum Angewandte Kunst, Schaumainkai 17, 60594 Frankfurt
  • Museumseintritt
Sun 03.07.2016 | 16:00 - 22:00
CuP: ROUGH PROPOSALS
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CuP: ROUGH PROPOSALS

  • Sun 03.07.2016 | 16:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

One day spread out to choreographically cover four days of performances, interventions, installations and open formats by CuP & SNDO students on co-existence, collaboration and participation. In English.

Sat 02.07.2016 | 22:00 - 04:00
CuP: ROUGH PROPOSALS
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CuP: ROUGH PROPOSALS

  • Sat 02.07.2016 | 22:00 - 04:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

One day spread out to choreographically cover four days of performances, interventions, installations and open formats by CuP & SNDO students on co-existence, collaboration and participation. In English.

Fri 01.07.2016 | 16:00 - 22:00
CuP: ROUGH PROPOSALS
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CuP: ROUGH PROPOSALS

  • Fri 01.07.2016 | 16:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

One day spread out to choreographically cover four days of performances, interventions, installations and open formats by CuP & SNDO students on co-existence, collaboration and participation. In English.

Fri 01.07.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Fri 01.07.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Juni 2016
Thu 30.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Thu 30.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Thu 30.06.2016 | 10:00 - 16:00
CuP: ROUGH PROPOSALS
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CuP: ROUGH PROPOSALS

  • Thu 30.06.2016 | 10:00 - 16:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

One day spread out to choreographically cover four days of performances, interventions, installations and open formats by CuP & SNDO students on co-existence, collaboration and participation. In English.

Wed 29.06.2016 | 19:30
Work in Progress: Paula Rosolen
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Work in Progress: Paula Rosolen

  • Wed 29.06.2016 | 19:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 5,50
Wed 29.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Wed 29.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Tue 28.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Tue 28.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Mon 27.06.2016 | 19:00 - 21:00
TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness
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TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness

  • Mon 27.06.2016 | 19:00 - 21:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Eintritt frei

The clown entered the stage of global political protests as a character a while ago, think of the Pink Fluffy Army that march with toilet brushes and a howling chant against Pegida demonstrations or against police violence and that uses this civil disobedience as tactically interrupting or exuberant acts. As preparation of the project “The Greatest Show on Earth. A Performance-Circus for the 21st century” choreographer Jeremy Wade is leading a reading group which focus on texts that explore art, activism, performance and politics mix with the autonomy and agency of the clown.

At the first session Jeremy Wade will give an introductory lecture and the planning for the further sessions will be discussed.

Jeremy Wade gives a physical workshop for performers and professional dancers on the figure of the clown, disruption, art, activism and the powerlessness from 27th to 29th of May.

19 – 21 Uhr, Dramaturgy, 2. Floor

Entrance free

Further information and admission: info@tanzplattformrheinmain.de / anna.wagner@mousonturm.de

Mon 27.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gregory Livingston
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Professional Training

Professional training with Gregory Livingston

  • Mon 27.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

A contemporary approach using the basic movement principles of José Limón, in collaboration with technique and improvisation. Basic to complex exercises and movement exploration tasks will fine tune the senses and wake up the ability to listen and respond to what is happening at the moment. The class will investigate the usage of weight, space, and dynamics, while concentrating on alignment, musicality, focus, breath of the movement. The class will provide an environment for exploring different modes of learning and developing movement material, thus providing the body with an increased physical activity as the class proceeds.

Gregory Livingston was born in Washington, Tacoma & grew up in NYC. He received his BFA from the SUNY Purchase Conservatory of Dance. Upon graduation he went abroad to join the City Contemporary Dance Company in Hong Kong. He then made his way to Europe and Germany, where he’s been ever since performing for Roberto Galvan, Jean Renshaw, Ismael Ivo, Rui Horta, Iris Tenge, Joseph Tmim, and Claire Russ.
Since 2001, Gregory has been dancing, teaching and choreographing nationally and internationally in conjunction with NY Institute of Dance & Education (NYIDE), The Korean National University of Arts (KNUA), Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance (SEAD), Akram Khan, Tanzplan Frankfurt / Germany, Iwanson School, Codarts-Rotterdam Dance Academy, Balettakademien Stockholm, Folkhögskola Härnösand, Dance Ireland, Opéra de Monte Carlo, Theater Erfurt, Hessisches Staatstheater Wiesbaden, as well as other theaters within Germany. Gregory is a guest artist with the Limon Company since 2011 and a graduate of the MA Contemporary Dance Education program at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK).

Sun 26.06.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sun 26.06.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Sat 25.06.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sat 25.06.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Wed 22.06.2016 | 18:00 - 21:00
KitaTanz Introduction Workshop
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KitaTanz

KitaTanz Introduction Workshop

  • Wed 22.06.2016 | 18:00 - 21:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 18,-

KitaTanz is a vocational training format that aims to provide support for nursery school teachers and pedagogues in their work within institutions. The format is based on the belief that dance can give children as well as adults the space to further develop movement abilities and new forms of expression. The concept contains a balanced mix of practice and theory, which defines continuous physical movement as a method for successful personal and professional development. By helping the participants to understand underlying principles of dance and by providing them with a professional range of tools, they are given the chance to establish dance and movement as creative motors for their own work and last, but not least, also experience the joy of this process.

Sat 18.06.2016 | 10:00 - 13:00
KitaTanz Introduction Workshop
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KitaTanz

KitaTanz Introduction Workshop

  • Sat 18.06.2016 | 10:00 - 13:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 18,-

KitaTanz is a vocational training format that aims to provide support for nursery school teachers and pedagogues in their work within institutions. The format is based on the belief that dance can give children as well as adults the space to further develop movement abilities and new forms of expression. The concept contains a balanced mix of practice and theory, which defines continuous physical movement as a method for successful personal and professional development. By helping the participants to understand underlying principles of dance and by providing them with a professional range of tools, they are given the chance to establish dance and movement as creative motors for their own work and last, but not least, also experience the joy of this process.

Fri 17.06.2016 | 18:00 - 21:00
"TWERKSHOP" by Fannie Sosa
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"TWERKSHOP" by Fannie Sosa

  • Fri 17.06.2016 | 18:00 - 21:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Eintritt frei

Hello beautiful soulful friend!

——> Do you want to learn how to twerk?
——-> Do you want to do it in a sex positive, body positive environment?
——> Do you want to know more about the spiritual, political, and queer background behind this movement?
———> Do you want to explore what it feels like to be looked at when you manifest divine pride and you locate it on your ass?
———> Do you want to enjoy good, warm, fun times?

Maximum number of participants is reached.

Twerkshops are a platform to share knowledge tied to our root chakra, the “ghetto of the body”, where the kundalini energy lies, waiting for you to summon her.

——> We’ll see how to manifest this energy and her joyful vitality.
——-> We’ll look into how this energy can be perceived in public spaces.
——-> We’ll reflect on how this energy can be harnessed, protected and used to transform hostile spaces into safe spaces.

This twerkshop is open to all bodies: migrants, sex workers, single parents and everyone interested. Consent, respect and compassion are the only guidelines.

Dates: 15-17 June 2016, 6-9 pm at Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

About Fannie Sosa
***Fannie Sosa is a PhD student, activist, artist and curandera. Her work focuses on transness, divine pride, intersectional radically inclusionary feminism and body/mind decolonisation. She uses her gender studies degree to pop her pussy even more severely than before.***
@FannieSosaLove”

Fri 17.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Fri 17.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Fri 17.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Fri 17.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Thu 16.06.2016 | 19:00 - 22:00
Cassia Navas: Meeting of the Companies
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Cassia Navas: Meeting of the Companies

  • Thu 16.06.2016 | 19:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal

Cassia Navas, equally distinguished as a dance scholar and researcher into movement, invites dancers from Lia Rodrigues, Marcelo Evelin and Alice Ripoll’s companies to a public meeting together with dance practitioners from the Rhine-Main region for a dialogue about the body in the Mousonturm’s main hall.

Thu 16.06.2016 | 18:00 - 21:00
"TWERKSHOP" by Fannie Sosa
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"TWERKSHOP" by Fannie Sosa

  • Thu 16.06.2016 | 18:00 - 21:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Eintritt frei

Hello beautiful soulful friend!

——> Do you want to learn how to twerk?
——-> Do you want to do it in a sex positive, body positive environment?
——> Do you want to know more about the spiritual, political, and queer background behind this movement?
———> Do you want to explore what it feels like to be looked at when you manifest divine pride and you locate it on your ass?
———> Do you want to enjoy good, warm, fun times?

Maximum number of participants is reached.

Twerkshops are a platform to share knowledge tied to our root chakra, the “ghetto of the body”, where the kundalini energy lies, waiting for you to summon her.

——> We’ll see how to manifest this energy and her joyful vitality.
——-> We’ll look into how this energy can be perceived in public spaces.
——-> We’ll reflect on how this energy can be harnessed, protected and used to transform hostile spaces into safe spaces.

This twerkshop is open to all bodies: migrants, sex workers, single parents and everyone interested. Consent, respect and compassion are the only guidelines.

Dates: 15-17 June 2016, 6-9 pm at Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

About Fannie Sosa
***Fannie Sosa is a PhD student, activist, artist and curandera. Her work focuses on transness, divine pride, intersectional radically inclusionary feminism and body/mind decolonisation. She uses her gender studies degree to pop her pussy even more severely than before.***
@FannieSosaLove”

Thu 16.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Thu 16.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Wed 15.06.2016 | 18:00 - 21:00
"TWERKSHOP" by Fannie Sosa
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Workshops

"TWERKSHOP" by Fannie Sosa

  • Wed 15.06.2016 | 18:00 - 21:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Eintritt frei

Hello beautiful soulful friend!

——> Do you want to learn how to twerk?
——-> Do you want to do it in a sex positive, body positive environment?
——> Do you want to know more about the spiritual, political, and queer background behind this movement?
———> Do you want to explore what it feels like to be looked at when you manifest divine pride and you locate it on your ass?
———> Do you want to enjoy good, warm, fun times?

Maximum number of participants is reached.

Twerkshops are a platform to share knowledge tied to our root chakra, the “ghetto of the body”, where the kundalini energy lies, waiting for you to summon her.

——> We’ll see how to manifest this energy and her joyful vitality.
——-> We’ll look into how this energy can be perceived in public spaces.
——-> We’ll reflect on how this energy can be harnessed, protected and used to transform hostile spaces into safe spaces.

This twerkshop is open to all bodies: migrants, sex workers, single parents and everyone interested. Consent, respect and compassion are the only guidelines.

Dates: 15-17 June 2016, 6-9 pm at Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

About Fannie Sosa
***Fannie Sosa is a PhD student, activist, artist and curandera. Her work focuses on transness, divine pride, intersectional radically inclusionary feminism and body/mind decolonisation. She uses her gender studies degree to pop her pussy even more severely than before.***
@FannieSosaLove”

Wed 15.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Wed 15.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Tue 14.06.2016 | 13:30 - 14:00
Final presentation of the dance in schools project with Wallschule
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Final presentation of the dance in schools project with Wallschule

  • Tue 14.06.2016 | 13:30 - 14:00
  • Museum Angewandte Kunst, Schaumainkai 17, 60594 Frankfurt
  • Museumseintritt
Tue 14.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Tue 14.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Mon 13.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Mon 13.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Sat 11.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"
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Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"

  • Sat 11.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
Fri 10.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"
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Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"

  • Fri 10.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
Fri 10.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Su-Mi Jang
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Professional Training

Professional training with Su-Mi Jang

  • Fri 10.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Su-Mi Jang’s training offers practical tools to strengthen the attention on breath, the act of dancing as well as concrete ways of generating movement in order to notice habitual movement patterns and to discover new potentials of moving in creative ways. The work can open up to movement vocabulary and composition methods, including a sense of instants, forgetting, memory, own musicality a well as known-unknown ways of moving qualities.

Thu 09.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"
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Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"

  • Thu 09.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
Thu 09.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Su-Mi Jang
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Professional Training

Professional training with Su-Mi Jang

  • Thu 09.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Su-Mi Jang’s training offers practical tools to strengthen the attention on breath, the act of dancing as well as concrete ways of generating movement in order to notice habitual movement patterns and to discover new potentials of moving in creative ways. The work can open up to movement vocabulary and composition methods, including a sense of instants, forgetting, memory, own musicality a well as known-unknown ways of moving qualities.

Wed 08.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"
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Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"

  • Wed 08.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
Wed 08.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Su-Mi Jang
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Professional Training

Professional training with Su-Mi Jang

  • Wed 08.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Su-Mi Jang’s training offers practical tools to strengthen the attention on breath, the act of dancing as well as concrete ways of generating movement in order to notice habitual movement patterns and to discover new potentials of moving in creative ways. The work can open up to movement vocabulary and composition methods, including a sense of instants, forgetting, memory, own musicality a well as known-unknown ways of moving qualities.

Tue 07.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"
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Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"

  • Tue 07.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
Tue 07.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Su-Mi Jang
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Professional training with Su-Mi Jang

  • Tue 07.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Su-Mi Jang’s training offers practical tools to strengthen the attention on breath, the act of dancing as well as concrete ways of generating movement in order to notice habitual movement patterns and to discover new potentials of moving in creative ways. The work can open up to movement vocabulary and composition methods, including a sense of instants, forgetting, memory, own musicality a well as known-unknown ways of moving qualities.

Mon 06.06.2016 | 19:00 - 21:00
TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness
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TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness

  • Mon 06.06.2016 | 19:00 - 21:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Eintritt frei

The clown entered the stage of global political protests as a character a while ago, think of the Pink Fluffy Army that march with toilet brushes and a howling chant against Pegida demonstrations or against police violence and that uses this civil disobedience as tactically interrupting or exuberant acts. As preparation of the project “The Greatest Show on Earth. A Performance-Circus for the 21st century” choreographer Jeremy Wade is leading a reading group which focus on texts that explore art, activism, performance and politics mix with the autonomy and agency of the clown.

At the first session Jeremy Wade will give an introductory lecture and the planning for the further sessions will be discussed.

Jeremy Wade gives a physical workshop for performers and professional dancers on the figure of the clown, disruption, art, activism and the powerlessness from 27th to 29th of May.

19 – 21 Uhr, Dramaturgy, 2. Floor

Entrance free

Further information and admission: info@tanzplattformrheinmain.de / anna.wagner@mousonturm.de

Mon 06.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"
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Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"

  • Mon 06.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
Mon 06.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Su-Mi Jang
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Professional training with Su-Mi Jang

  • Mon 06.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Su-Mi Jang’s training offers practical tools to strengthen the attention on breath, the act of dancing as well as concrete ways of generating movement in order to notice habitual movement patterns and to discover new potentials of moving in creative ways. The work can open up to movement vocabulary and composition methods, including a sense of instants, forgetting, memory, own musicality a well as known-unknown ways of moving qualities.

Sun 05.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"
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Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"

  • Sun 05.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
Sat 04.06.2016 | 19:30
ZuKT: MATERIA PRIMA
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ZuKT: MATERIA PRIMA

  • Sat 04.06.2016 | 19:30
  • Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 19,- / erm. € 9,-

Danced and musical interpretations by students of the HfMDK and the IEMA of 5 intermezzi by Manfred Trojahn.

No language skills required * In the frame of Tanzplattform Rhein Main.

Sat 04.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"
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Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"

  • Sat 04.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
Fri 03.06.2016 | 19:30
ZuKT: MATERIA PRIMA
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ZuKT: MATERIA PRIMA

  • Fri 03.06.2016 | 19:30
  • Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 19,- / erm. € 9,-

Danced and musical interpretations by students of the HfMDK and the IEMA of 5 intermezzi by Manfred Trojahn.

No language skills required * In the frame of Tanzplattform Rhein Main.

Fri 03.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"
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Workshop with Eduardo Fukushima: "Title in suspension: Sea of People"

  • Fri 03.06.2016 | 18:00 - 22:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
Fri 03.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Fri 03.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Thu 02.06.2016 | 19:30
ZuKT: MATERIA PRIMA
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ZuKT: MATERIA PRIMA

  • Thu 02.06.2016 | 19:30
  • Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 19,- / erm. € 9,-

Danced and musical interpretations by students of the HfMDK and the IEMA of 5 intermezzi by Manfred Trojahn.

No language skills required * In the frame of Tanzplattform Rhein Main.

Thu 02.06.2016 | 19:30

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  • Thu 02.06.2016 | 19:30
  • Staatstheater Darmstadt, Ballettsaal, Georg-Büchner-Platz 1, 64283 Darmstadt
  • € 5,50
Thu 02.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Thu 02.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Wed 01.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Wed 01.06.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Mai 2016
Tue 31.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Tue 31.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Mon 30.05.2016 | 19:00 - 21:00
TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness
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TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness

  • Mon 30.05.2016 | 19:00 - 21:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Eintritt frei

The clown entered the stage of global political protests as a character a while ago, think of the Pink Fluffy Army that march with toilet brushes and a howling chant against Pegida demonstrations or against police violence and that uses this civil disobedience as tactically interrupting or exuberant acts. As preparation of the project “The Greatest Show on Earth. A Performance-Circus for the 21st century” choreographer Jeremy Wade is leading a reading group which focus on texts that explore art, activism, performance and politics mix with the autonomy and agency of the clown.

At the first session Jeremy Wade will give an introductory lecture and the planning for the further sessions will be discussed.

Jeremy Wade gives a physical workshop for performers and professional dancers on the figure of the clown, disruption, art, activism and the powerlessness from 27th to 29th of May.

19 – 21 Uhr, Dramaturgy, 2. Floor

Entrance free

Further information and admission: info@tanzplattformrheinmain.de / anna.wagner@mousonturm.de

Mon 30.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Katja Mustonen
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Professional training with Katja Mustonen

  • Mon 30.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This Contemporary Dance training is a combination of yoga, floor work and release based techniques. We start with a warm-up that slowly awakens the body-mind, engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns. Emphasizing the sense of gravity and ability to move with ease, the warm-up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity, focusing on: changes of level, locomotion, directions in space and altering tone of the body. The class aims at supporting and developing both, the gain of physical strength as well as the effortlessness of the body in motion.

Katja Mustonen is a Finnish dancer, teacher and dance maker, who currently works and lives in Frankfurt, Germany. She graduated from the Vocational Dance School in Outukumpu, Finland 2004 as dancer, and holds a MA degree in “Contemporary Dance Pedagogy” from the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt, Germany. In the artistic field she is curious about the diverse possibilities and ever-changing landscapes within movement and improvisation, especially when it comes to performance and states of presence. She believes that art and life are not separate, and keeps pondering upon the question, how dance as a tool can be useful in making difference in individuals?

Sun 29.05.2016 | 10:00 - 14:30
Workshop - TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness
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Workshop - TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness

  • Sun 29.05.2016 | 10:00 - 14:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 30,-

Workshop for performers and choreographers interested in the relation of performance and art to activism and protest forms

The clown entered the stage of global political protests as a character a while ago, think of the Pink Fluffy Army that march with toilet brushes and a howling chant against Pegida demonstrations or against police violence and that uses this civil disobedience as tactically interrupting or exuberant acts.
«Tactical Frivolity» is a workshop in which art, activism, performance and politics mix with the autonomy and agency of the mask. The three-day workshop encompasses group readings, writing, watching video and trying tactically «disrupting» clown characters. The American performer/artist Jeremy Wade directs this workshop as his prepartion for the project “The Greatest Show on Earth. An International Performance-Circus for the 21 century” in which he revisits together with other international performance artist his own artistic practice through the lens of circus.

Biography Jeremy Wade
Jeremy Wade graduated from the School For New Dance Development, Amsterdam in 2000. Wade premiered his first evening length work titled “Glory” at Dance Theater Workshop, New York City in February of 2006, for which he received a New York Bessie Award. Since then, Wade has been living in Berlin, working closely with the Hebbel Theater. His most recent performance works include ”…and pulled out their hair” (2007), “Throwing Rainbows Up” (2008), “I Offer My Self To Thee” (2009), “There Is No End To More” (2010), “Fountain” and a trio titled “To The Mountain.”(2011) In 2013 Wade served as Guest Professor at the Akademie der Bildenden Kunste, Munich and embarked on a new collaboration titled “Dark Material” with Berlin based Sculptor Monika Grzymala and the California based Experimental Musician Jamie Stewart aka Xiu Xiu. In February of 2014 Wade premiered “Together Forever” a three hour group experience / participatory project made at the Hebbel am Ufer. He will premiere a new solo in New York City January 2015 titled “Death Asshole Rave Video” at the American Realness Festival. In the spring of 2015 Wade will premiere a new project centered on queer futurity and utopian critique titled “Drawn Onward” at the Hebbel am Ufer in collaboration with young Sci-Fi writer John Eric Jordan.
Besides the creation of performances and a rigorous teaching practice Wade has always been drawn to the curation, production and subsequent hosting of ecstatic events. He is interested in curation as an extension of artistic research and this practice evolved from his experience as a vibrant coordinator of parties and Night Clubs in New York City during the mid 90’s, to becoming a founding member in 2003 of Chez Bushwick a Live / Work loft for the performing arts in industrial Bushwick, Brooklyn. He curated the “Politics of Ecstasy“ Festival in January of 2009 at the Hebbel am Ufer together with Meg Stuart, Eike Wittrock, and Brendan Dougherty. From 2009 to 2011 Wade focused on a queer performance series with 13 editions at Basso, Berlin titled “Creature Feature”. In April of 2014 Wade curated a focus on participatory group experiences at the Donau Festival, Austria called “The Great Big Togetherness” sharing facilitating different critically generative positions of collectivity through the lens of choreography, sculpture, sex magic, group experience, shamanism, activism and queer theory. http://www.jeremywade.de

More information and application: info@tanzplattformrheinmain.de / anna.wagner@mousonturm.de

Sat 28.05.2016 | 10:00 - 17:30
Workshop - TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness
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Workshop - TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness

  • Sat 28.05.2016 | 10:00 - 17:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 30,-

Workshop for performers and choreographers interested in the relation of performance and art to activism and protest forms

The clown entered the stage of global political protests as a character a while ago, think of the Pink Fluffy Army that march with toilet brushes and a howling chant against Pegida demonstrations or against police violence and that uses this civil disobedience as tactically interrupting or exuberant acts.
«Tactical Frivolity» is a workshop in which art, activism, performance and politics mix with the autonomy and agency of the mask. The three-day workshop encompasses group readings, writing, watching video and trying tactically «disrupting» clown characters. The American performer/artist Jeremy Wade directs this workshop as his prepartion for the project “The Greatest Show on Earth. An International Performance-Circus for the 21 century” in which he revisits together with other international performance artist his own artistic practice through the lens of circus.

Biography Jeremy Wade
Jeremy Wade graduated from the School For New Dance Development, Amsterdam in 2000. Wade premiered his first evening length work titled “Glory” at Dance Theater Workshop, New York City in February of 2006, for which he received a New York Bessie Award. Since then, Wade has been living in Berlin, working closely with the Hebbel Theater. His most recent performance works include ”…and pulled out their hair” (2007), “Throwing Rainbows Up” (2008), “I Offer My Self To Thee” (2009), “There Is No End To More” (2010), “Fountain” and a trio titled “To The Mountain.”(2011) In 2013 Wade served as Guest Professor at the Akademie der Bildenden Kunste, Munich and embarked on a new collaboration titled “Dark Material” with Berlin based Sculptor Monika Grzymala and the California based Experimental Musician Jamie Stewart aka Xiu Xiu. In February of 2014 Wade premiered “Together Forever” a three hour group experience / participatory project made at the Hebbel am Ufer. He will premiere a new solo in New York City January 2015 titled “Death Asshole Rave Video” at the American Realness Festival. In the spring of 2015 Wade will premiere a new project centered on queer futurity and utopian critique titled “Drawn Onward” at the Hebbel am Ufer in collaboration with young Sci-Fi writer John Eric Jordan.
Besides the creation of performances and a rigorous teaching practice Wade has always been drawn to the curation, production and subsequent hosting of ecstatic events. He is interested in curation as an extension of artistic research and this practice evolved from his experience as a vibrant coordinator of parties and Night Clubs in New York City during the mid 90’s, to becoming a founding member in 2003 of Chez Bushwick a Live / Work loft for the performing arts in industrial Bushwick, Brooklyn. He curated the “Politics of Ecstasy“ Festival in January of 2009 at the Hebbel am Ufer together with Meg Stuart, Eike Wittrock, and Brendan Dougherty. From 2009 to 2011 Wade focused on a queer performance series with 13 editions at Basso, Berlin titled “Creature Feature”. In April of 2014 Wade curated a focus on participatory group experiences at the Donau Festival, Austria called “The Great Big Togetherness” sharing facilitating different critically generative positions of collectivity through the lens of choreography, sculpture, sex magic, group experience, shamanism, activism and queer theory. http://www.jeremywade.de

More information and application: info@tanzplattformrheinmain.de / anna.wagner@mousonturm.de

Fri 27.05.2016 | 16:00 - 20:30
Workshop - TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness
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Workshop - TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness

  • Fri 27.05.2016 | 16:00 - 20:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 30,-

Workshop for performers and choreographers interested in the relation of performance and art to activism and protest forms

The clown entered the stage of global political protests as a character a while ago, think of the Pink Fluffy Army that march with toilet brushes and a howling chant against Pegida demonstrations or against police violence and that uses this civil disobedience as tactically interrupting or exuberant acts.
«Tactical Frivolity» is a workshop in which art, activism, performance and politics mix with the autonomy and agency of the mask. The three-day workshop encompasses group readings, writing, watching video and trying tactically «disrupting» clown characters. The American performer/artist Jeremy Wade directs this workshop as his prepartion for the project “The Greatest Show on Earth. An International Performance-Circus for the 21 century” in which he revisits together with other international performance artist his own artistic practice through the lens of circus.

Biography Jeremy Wade
Jeremy Wade graduated from the School For New Dance Development, Amsterdam in 2000. Wade premiered his first evening length work titled “Glory” at Dance Theater Workshop, New York City in February of 2006, for which he received a New York Bessie Award. Since then, Wade has been living in Berlin, working closely with the Hebbel Theater. His most recent performance works include ”…and pulled out their hair” (2007), “Throwing Rainbows Up” (2008), “I Offer My Self To Thee” (2009), “There Is No End To More” (2010), “Fountain” and a trio titled “To The Mountain.”(2011) In 2013 Wade served as Guest Professor at the Akademie der Bildenden Kunste, Munich and embarked on a new collaboration titled “Dark Material” with Berlin based Sculptor Monika Grzymala and the California based Experimental Musician Jamie Stewart aka Xiu Xiu. In February of 2014 Wade premiered “Together Forever” a three hour group experience / participatory project made at the Hebbel am Ufer. He will premiere a new solo in New York City January 2015 titled “Death Asshole Rave Video” at the American Realness Festival. In the spring of 2015 Wade will premiere a new project centered on queer futurity and utopian critique titled “Drawn Onward” at the Hebbel am Ufer in collaboration with young Sci-Fi writer John Eric Jordan.
Besides the creation of performances and a rigorous teaching practice Wade has always been drawn to the curation, production and subsequent hosting of ecstatic events. He is interested in curation as an extension of artistic research and this practice evolved from his experience as a vibrant coordinator of parties and Night Clubs in New York City during the mid 90’s, to becoming a founding member in 2003 of Chez Bushwick a Live / Work loft for the performing arts in industrial Bushwick, Brooklyn. He curated the “Politics of Ecstasy“ Festival in January of 2009 at the Hebbel am Ufer together with Meg Stuart, Eike Wittrock, and Brendan Dougherty. From 2009 to 2011 Wade focused on a queer performance series with 13 editions at Basso, Berlin titled “Creature Feature”. In April of 2014 Wade curated a focus on participatory group experiences at the Donau Festival, Austria called “The Great Big Togetherness” sharing facilitating different critically generative positions of collectivity through the lens of choreography, sculpture, sex magic, group experience, shamanism, activism and queer theory. http://www.jeremywade.de

More information and application: info@tanzplattformrheinmain.de / anna.wagner@mousonturm.de

Wed 25.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Iván Pérez
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Professional training with Iván Pérez

  • Wed 25.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The participants are involved in a game of thinking and acting that leads them to an exploration of flow, flexibility of mind and risk. Studying the relationship with our body, our surrounding space, the floor and the other participants through exercises of improvisation. These exercises are inspired by different ideas, some emotional and some purely physical. The aim of the class is to encourage the participants to rise awareness and develop a playful sense of research and allowance of expression and creativity. An openness in the room is invited in order to learn from each other and from one self.

Iván Pérez (Spain, 1983) is a freelance choreographer and former dancer of the Nederlands Dans Theater I, II and IT Dansa. Iván studied Choreography and Dramaturgy at the Rey Juan Carlos University. Iván´s choreography won the third prize at the XIX Choreographic Competition of Madrid and first prize at the II International Choreography Competition Burgos-New York. Iván won Outstanding Dancer at the V International Choreographic Competition Burgos-New York and was nominated for the Swan Best Dance Interpretation in 2005. Pérez has created works for the Nederlands Dans Theater I (Upcoming Choreographers), Nederlands Dans Theater II, Compañía Nacional de Danza, National Ballet of Cuba, Colombian Ballet Company, Crossover 55/2 (European Union Commission), Korzo Productions, among others. His independent productions tour to theaters in Holland and International Festivals such as Dansa Valencia, Valencia, Spain; Le Temps d´Aimer la danse, Biarritz, France; Open Look, St. Petersburg, Russia; Empape Festival, A Coruña, Spain. Iván collaborates with the Kylián Foundation, setting works from Jiří Kylián in companies around the world. In 2013 Iván has been assisting Gerald Tibbs in the Nederlands Dans Theater II. Pérez teaches in different Festivals and Theaters such us Korzo Theater, Nederlands Dans Theater´s Summer Intensive, Holland Dance, Open Look Festival, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Kunstmaniora Dans, Gerard Collins Foundation, among others. Iván Pérez´s work is financially supported by The City of The Hague and Ministery of OCW for the years 2013/2014.

Tue 24.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Iván Pérez
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Professional training with Iván Pérez

  • Tue 24.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The participants are involved in a game of thinking and acting that leads them to an exploration of flow, flexibility of mind and risk. Studying the relationship with our body, our surrounding space, the floor and the other participants through exercises of improvisation. These exercises are inspired by different ideas, some emotional and some purely physical. The aim of the class is to encourage the participants to rise awareness and develop a playful sense of research and allowance of expression and creativity. An openness in the room is invited in order to learn from each other and from one self.

Iván Pérez (Spain, 1983) is a freelance choreographer and former dancer of the Nederlands Dans Theater I, II and IT Dansa. Iván studied Choreography and Dramaturgy at the Rey Juan Carlos University. Iván´s choreography won the third prize at the XIX Choreographic Competition of Madrid and first prize at the II International Choreography Competition Burgos-New York. Iván won Outstanding Dancer at the V International Choreographic Competition Burgos-New York and was nominated for the Swan Best Dance Interpretation in 2005. Pérez has created works for the Nederlands Dans Theater I (Upcoming Choreographers), Nederlands Dans Theater II, Compañía Nacional de Danza, National Ballet of Cuba, Colombian Ballet Company, Crossover 55/2 (European Union Commission), Korzo Productions, among others. His independent productions tour to theaters in Holland and International Festivals such as Dansa Valencia, Valencia, Spain; Le Temps d´Aimer la danse, Biarritz, France; Open Look, St. Petersburg, Russia; Empape Festival, A Coruña, Spain. Iván collaborates with the Kylián Foundation, setting works from Jiří Kylián in companies around the world. In 2013 Iván has been assisting Gerald Tibbs in the Nederlands Dans Theater II. Pérez teaches in different Festivals and Theaters such us Korzo Theater, Nederlands Dans Theater´s Summer Intensive, Holland Dance, Open Look Festival, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Kunstmaniora Dans, Gerard Collins Foundation, among others. Iván Pérez´s work is financially supported by The City of The Hague and Ministery of OCW for the years 2013/2014.

Mon 23.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Iván Pérez
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Professional training with Iván Pérez

  • Mon 23.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The participants are involved in a game of thinking and acting that leads them to an exploration of flow, flexibility of mind and risk. Studying the relationship with our body, our surrounding space, the floor and the other participants through exercises of improvisation. These exercises are inspired by different ideas, some emotional and some purely physical. The aim of the class is to encourage the participants to rise awareness and develop a playful sense of research and allowance of expression and creativity. An openness in the room is invited in order to learn from each other and from one self.

Iván Pérez (Spain, 1983) is a freelance choreographer and former dancer of the Nederlands Dans Theater I, II and IT Dansa. Iván studied Choreography and Dramaturgy at the Rey Juan Carlos University. Iván´s choreography won the third prize at the XIX Choreographic Competition of Madrid and first prize at the II International Choreography Competition Burgos-New York. Iván won Outstanding Dancer at the V International Choreographic Competition Burgos-New York and was nominated for the Swan Best Dance Interpretation in 2005. Pérez has created works for the Nederlands Dans Theater I (Upcoming Choreographers), Nederlands Dans Theater II, Compañía Nacional de Danza, National Ballet of Cuba, Colombian Ballet Company, Crossover 55/2 (European Union Commission), Korzo Productions, among others. His independent productions tour to theaters in Holland and International Festivals such as Dansa Valencia, Valencia, Spain; Le Temps d´Aimer la danse, Biarritz, France; Open Look, St. Petersburg, Russia; Empape Festival, A Coruña, Spain. Iván collaborates with the Kylián Foundation, setting works from Jiří Kylián in companies around the world. In 2013 Iván has been assisting Gerald Tibbs in the Nederlands Dans Theater II. Pérez teaches in different Festivals and Theaters such us Korzo Theater, Nederlands Dans Theater´s Summer Intensive, Holland Dance, Open Look Festival, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Kunstmaniora Dans, Gerard Collins Foundation, among others. Iván Pérez´s work is financially supported by The City of The Hague and Ministery of OCW for the years 2013/2014.

Fri 20.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kristina Veit
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Professional training with Kristina Veit

  • Fri 20.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a gentle warm-up combining breathing techniques and elements from aikido and yoga. The goal is to gradually set the physical body in motion, make it responsive to movement, as well as wake up the spirit and train the attentiveness of the mind. The next section includes combinations that gradually increase in tempo and dynamics and make use of intense floor work, as well as upright placement in space.
Alignment is the development of awareness for one’s own body, as well as for the space around us. This not merely gives us control over the body, which generally has to do with tension, but rather the steering of our own dance. Dynamic swift shifts are thus possible almost in the resting state of the mind and out of a maximum state of physical relaxation. The class is conceived as holistic training to help dancers get a good start into the rest of their working day.

Kristina Veit received her dance diploma from the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts. After graduation, she left Germany and worked at various theaters in Austria and Switzerland with choreographers such as Robert Poole, Philipp Egli, Anna Huber and Rui Horta. She left the established venues, when she began making her own work and collaborated with companies such as Manopy in Denmark, Cobosmika in Barcelona, the Dance Festival Montevideo Sitiada in Uruguay and diverse other international choreographers. In 2009, she collaborated on the production of [fi:l], in Denmark as well as Mittendrinnen/PET_3 at Mousonturm. She has been studying yoga and Ayurveda intensely since 1997 and teaches both for professionals, as well as beginners. Currently, she is training to become a body-oriented psychotherapist.

Thu 19.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kristina Veit
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Professional training with Kristina Veit

  • Thu 19.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a gentle warm-up combining breathing techniques and elements from aikido and yoga. The goal is to gradually set the physical body in motion, make it responsive to movement, as well as wake up the spirit and train the attentiveness of the mind. The next section includes combinations that gradually increase in tempo and dynamics and make use of intense floor work, as well as upright placement in space.
Alignment is the development of awareness for one’s own body, as well as for the space around us. This not merely gives us control over the body, which generally has to do with tension, but rather the steering of our own dance. Dynamic swift shifts are thus possible almost in the resting state of the mind and out of a maximum state of physical relaxation. The class is conceived as holistic training to help dancers get a good start into the rest of their working day.

Kristina Veit received her dance diploma from the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts. After graduation, she left Germany and worked at various theaters in Austria and Switzerland with choreographers such as Robert Poole, Philipp Egli, Anna Huber and Rui Horta. She left the established venues, when she began making her own work and collaborated with companies such as Manopy in Denmark, Cobosmika in Barcelona, the Dance Festival Montevideo Sitiada in Uruguay and diverse other international choreographers. In 2009, she collaborated on the production of [fi:l], in Denmark as well as Mittendrinnen/PET_3 at Mousonturm. She has been studying yoga and Ayurveda intensely since 1997 and teaches both for professionals, as well as beginners. Currently, she is training to become a body-oriented psychotherapist.

Wed 18.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kristina Veit
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Professional training with Kristina Veit

  • Wed 18.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a gentle warm-up combining breathing techniques and elements from aikido and yoga. The goal is to gradually set the physical body in motion, make it responsive to movement, as well as wake up the spirit and train the attentiveness of the mind. The next section includes combinations that gradually increase in tempo and dynamics and make use of intense floor work, as well as upright placement in space.
Alignment is the development of awareness for one’s own body, as well as for the space around us. This not merely gives us control over the body, which generally has to do with tension, but rather the steering of our own dance. Dynamic swift shifts are thus possible almost in the resting state of the mind and out of a maximum state of physical relaxation. The class is conceived as holistic training to help dancers get a good start into the rest of their working day.

Kristina Veit received her dance diploma from the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts. After graduation, she left Germany and worked at various theaters in Austria and Switzerland with choreographers such as Robert Poole, Philipp Egli, Anna Huber and Rui Horta. She left the established venues, when she began making her own work and collaborated with companies such as Manopy in Denmark, Cobosmika in Barcelona, the Dance Festival Montevideo Sitiada in Uruguay and diverse other international choreographers. In 2009, she collaborated on the production of [fi:l], in Denmark as well as Mittendrinnen/PET_3 at Mousonturm. She has been studying yoga and Ayurveda intensely since 1997 and teaches both for professionals, as well as beginners. Currently, she is training to become a body-oriented psychotherapist.

Tue 17.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Kristina Veit
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Professional training with Kristina Veit

  • Tue 17.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a gentle warm-up combining breathing techniques and elements from aikido and yoga. The goal is to gradually set the physical body in motion, make it responsive to movement, as well as wake up the spirit and train the attentiveness of the mind. The next section includes combinations that gradually increase in tempo and dynamics and make use of intense floor work, as well as upright placement in space.
Alignment is the development of awareness for one’s own body, as well as for the space around us. This not merely gives us control over the body, which generally has to do with tension, but rather the steering of our own dance. Dynamic swift shifts are thus possible almost in the resting state of the mind and out of a maximum state of physical relaxation. The class is conceived as holistic training to help dancers get a good start into the rest of their working day.

Kristina Veit received her dance diploma from the Frankfurt University for Music and Performing Arts. After graduation, she left Germany and worked at various theaters in Austria and Switzerland with choreographers such as Robert Poole, Philipp Egli, Anna Huber and Rui Horta. She left the established venues, when she began making her own work and collaborated with companies such as Manopy in Denmark, Cobosmika in Barcelona, the Dance Festival Montevideo Sitiada in Uruguay and diverse other international choreographers. In 2009, she collaborated on the production of [fi:l], in Denmark as well as Mittendrinnen/PET_3 at Mousonturm. She has been studying yoga and Ayurveda intensely since 1997 and teaches both for professionals, as well as beginners. Currently, she is training to become a body-oriented psychotherapist.

Fri 13.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Fri 13.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class consists of three areas – floor, centre, space – that build on each other and are partly mixed. Technical and stylistic basics are the kinetics according to Jooss/Züllig and the Limón technique, as well as own choreographic elements. Special attention is given to breathing and its physiological and dynamical impacts.

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Thu 12.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Thu 12.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class consists of three areas – floor, centre, space – that build on each other and are partly mixed. Technical and stylistic basics are the kinetics according to Jooss/Züllig and the Limón technique, as well as own choreographic elements. Special attention is given to breathing and its physiological and dynamical impacts.

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Wed 11.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Wed 11.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class consists of three areas – floor, centre, space – that build on each other and are partly mixed. Technical and stylistic basics are the kinetics according to Jooss/Züllig and the Limón technique, as well as own choreographic elements. Special attention is given to breathing and its physiological and dynamical impacts.

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Tue 10.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Tue 10.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class consists of three areas – floor, centre, space – that build on each other and are partly mixed. Technical and stylistic basics are the kinetics according to Jooss/Züllig and the Limón technique, as well as own choreographic elements. Special attention is given to breathing and its physiological and dynamical impacts.

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Mon 09.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger
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Professional training with Gabrielle Staiger

  • Mon 09.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class consists of three areas – floor, centre, space – that build on each other and are partly mixed. Technical and stylistic basics are the kinetics according to Jooss/Züllig and the Limón technique, as well as own choreographic elements. Special attention is given to breathing and its physiological and dynamical impacts.

Gabrielle Staiger, freelance choreographer and teacher for contemporary dance technique, composition and Labanprinciples is a teacher very much in demand with leading dance companies like Ballet Preljocaj/Aix-en-Provence, Neuer Tanz/Düsseldorf, Ultima Vez/Brussels, Ballet de Marseille as well as leading education centres in Europe and overseas such as the Hogeschool vor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, the Rotterdamse Dansakademie and SungKyunKwan University in Seoul. For 12 years she directed ARAZZO Tanztheater, a Physical Theatre Company based in Cologne. Her artistic work has won numerous awards. She was educated at the Laban Centre in London and the German College of Physical Education in Cologne.

Sun 08.05.2016 | 10:00 - 14:30
Stability/Mobility in the work of Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies
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Stability/Mobility in the work of Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies

  • Sun 08.05.2016 | 10:00 - 14:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 190,- / ermäßigt € 140,- | Frühbucherrabatt (bis 6 Wochen vor dem Workshop): € 170,- / ermäßigt € 95,-

Stability/mobility is one of the four major movement themes from Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies. They are seen as two poles of a whole. We often think in motion only about the mobile aspect. However, the stabilizing component is a prerequisite for mobility. In Bartenieff Fundamentals the following sub-themes are in the foreground for stability: centering, grounding/alignment, anchoring and connectivity. A connected, active stability in turn leads to more mobility, especially if the relationship between the two poles is clearly present. In order to attain effective movement, we use stabilizing and mobilizing components, and they constantly influence each other. This is clearest in the homolateral pattern in which one half of the body stabilizes and the other mobilizes. This phenomenon also occurs in other whole body organizational patterns.
In this workshop we will explore the above topics and other related topics within Laban Movement Studies in space and effort (dynamics) – alone and with a partner, as well as with exercises and improvisations.

Antja Kennedy
Dancer, choreographer, dance educator, Certified Movement Analyst (CMA), Practitioner in Movement Pattern Analysis, Global Water Dances Steering Committee Member, Director of the EUROLAB Certificate Program in Laban / Bartenieff Movement Studies (www.laban-bartenieff-berlin.de).

Level: open to all

Sat 07.05.2016 | 14:30 - 17:30
Stability/Mobility in the work of Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies
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Stability/Mobility in the work of Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies

  • Sat 07.05.2016 | 14:30 - 17:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 190,- / ermäßigt € 140,- | Frühbucherrabatt (bis 6 Wochen vor dem Workshop): € 170,- / ermäßigt € 95,-

Stability/mobility is one of the four major movement themes from Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies. They are seen as two poles of a whole. We often think in motion only about the mobile aspect. However, the stabilizing component is a prerequisite for mobility. In Bartenieff Fundamentals the following sub-themes are in the foreground for stability: centering, grounding/alignment, anchoring and connectivity. A connected, active stability in turn leads to more mobility, especially if the relationship between the two poles is clearly present. In order to attain effective movement, we use stabilizing and mobilizing components, and they constantly influence each other. This is clearest in the homolateral pattern in which one half of the body stabilizes and the other mobilizes. This phenomenon also occurs in other whole body organizational patterns.
In this workshop we will explore the above topics and other related topics within Laban Movement Studies in space and effort (dynamics) – alone and with a partner, as well as with exercises and improvisations.

Antja Kennedy
Dancer, choreographer, dance educator, Certified Movement Analyst (CMA), Practitioner in Movement Pattern Analysis, Global Water Dances Steering Committee Member, Director of the EUROLAB Certificate Program in Laban / Bartenieff Movement Studies (www.laban-bartenieff-berlin.de).

Level: open to all

Sat 07.05.2016 | 10:00 - 13:00
Stability/Mobility in the work of Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies
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Stability/Mobility in the work of Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies

  • Sat 07.05.2016 | 10:00 - 13:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 190,- / ermäßigt € 140,- | Frühbucherrabatt (bis 6 Wochen vor dem Workshop): € 170,- / ermäßigt € 95,-

Stability/mobility is one of the four major movement themes from Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies. They are seen as two poles of a whole. We often think in motion only about the mobile aspect. However, the stabilizing component is a prerequisite for mobility. In Bartenieff Fundamentals the following sub-themes are in the foreground for stability: centering, grounding/alignment, anchoring and connectivity. A connected, active stability in turn leads to more mobility, especially if the relationship between the two poles is clearly present. In order to attain effective movement, we use stabilizing and mobilizing components, and they constantly influence each other. This is clearest in the homolateral pattern in which one half of the body stabilizes and the other mobilizes. This phenomenon also occurs in other whole body organizational patterns.
In this workshop we will explore the above topics and other related topics within Laban Movement Studies in space and effort (dynamics) – alone and with a partner, as well as with exercises and improvisations.

Antja Kennedy
Dancer, choreographer, dance educator, Certified Movement Analyst (CMA), Practitioner in Movement Pattern Analysis, Global Water Dances Steering Committee Member, Director of the EUROLAB Certificate Program in Laban / Bartenieff Movement Studies (www.laban-bartenieff-berlin.de).

Level: open to all

Fri 06.05.2016 | 16:00 - 20:30
Stability/Mobility in the work of Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies
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Stability/Mobility in the work of Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies

  • Fri 06.05.2016 | 16:00 - 20:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • € 190,- / ermäßigt € 140,- | Frühbucherrabatt (bis 6 Wochen vor dem Workshop): € 170,- / ermäßigt € 95,-

Stability/mobility is one of the four major movement themes from Laban/Bartenieff Movement Studies. They are seen as two poles of a whole. We often think in motion only about the mobile aspect. However, the stabilizing component is a prerequisite for mobility. In Bartenieff Fundamentals the following sub-themes are in the foreground for stability: centering, grounding/alignment, anchoring and connectivity. A connected, active stability in turn leads to more mobility, especially if the relationship between the two poles is clearly present. In order to attain effective movement, we use stabilizing and mobilizing components, and they constantly influence each other. This is clearest in the homolateral pattern in which one half of the body stabilizes and the other mobilizes. This phenomenon also occurs in other whole body organizational patterns.
In this workshop we will explore the above topics and other related topics within Laban Movement Studies in space and effort (dynamics) – alone and with a partner, as well as with exercises and improvisations.

Antja Kennedy
Dancer, choreographer, dance educator, Certified Movement Analyst (CMA), Practitioner in Movement Pattern Analysis, Global Water Dances Steering Committee Member, Director of the EUROLAB Certificate Program in Laban / Bartenieff Movement Studies (www.laban-bartenieff-berlin.de).

Level: open to all

Wed 04.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Wed 04.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Tue 03.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Tue 03.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Mon 02.05.2016 | 19:00 - 21:00
TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness
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TACTICAL FRIVOLITY: The Figure of the Clown, disruption, art, activism and powerlessness

  • Mon 02.05.2016 | 19:00 - 21:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Eintritt frei

The clown entered the stage of global political protests as a character a while ago, think of the Pink Fluffy Army that march with toilet brushes and a howling chant against Pegida demonstrations or against police violence and that uses this civil disobedience as tactically interrupting or exuberant acts. As preparation of the project “The Greatest Show on Earth. A Performance-Circus for the 21st century” choreographer Jeremy Wade is leading a reading group which focus on texts that explore art, activism, performance and politics mix with the autonomy and agency of the clown.

At the first session Jeremy Wade will give an introductory lecture and the planning for the further sessions will be discussed.

Jeremy Wade gives a physical workshop for performers and professional dancers on the figure of the clown, disruption, art, activism and the powerlessness from 27th to 29th of May.

19 – 21 Uhr, Dramaturgy, 2. Floor

Entrance free

Further information and admission: info@tanzplattformrheinmain.de / anna.wagner@mousonturm.de

Mon 02.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Mon 02.05.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

April 2016
Sat 30.04.2016 | 19:30
Nacera Belaza (Paris/Algier) - Sur le fil (public rehearsal)
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Nacera Belaza (Paris/Algier) - Sur le fil (public rehearsal)

  • Sat 30.04.2016 | 19:30
  • Frankfurt LAB, Schmidtstr. 12, 60326 Frankfurt am Main
  • Eintritt frei

Nacera Belaza lives and works in France and Algeria. As a child, she discovered dance by listening to Michael Jackson and independently developed her unusual choreographic style in which contemporary and ritual movement practices meld. In the context of a public rehearsal, Belaza gives insight into the work processes in her new production „Sur le fil“, a Mousonturm co-production, which will premiere at the famous Festival Montpellier Danse in June.

Discussion in English

A project of the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in the context of the Rhein-Main Dance Platform 2016 – 2018.

Fri 29.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Fri 29.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Thu 28.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Thu 28.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Wed 27.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Wed 27.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Tue 26.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Tue 26.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Mon 25.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Jason Jacobs
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Professional Training

Professional training with Jason Jacobs

  • Mon 25.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte 6 €, 10er-Karte 35 €, Monatskarte 50 €

In this contemporary training, emphasis is placed on developing movement quality by activating the participants’ center, softening the body’s joints, and releasing the weight of the body into the floor. Improvisation exercises will be guided with the use of visual imagery to bring attention to specific movement characteristics and encourage the participants’ individual approach to movement. Following a gentle warm-up, the class will increase in complexity involving set movement material. Through integrating partner-work the participants will have the possibility to explore dancing with others. The training will challenge coordination, agility and control. The aim is to provide a focused energetic movement experience.

Jason Jacobs is a dance teacher, maker and performer. He has worked with artists including Hofesh Shechter, Johannes Wieland, Alonzo King and Dwight Rhoden. Together with Ekaterine Giorgadze, he is part of the artistic collaboration MuddyBoots. Jason’s choreographic work has been presented at Hofesh Shechter’s In Good Company 2011, tanzhaus nrw, Mousonturm, International Tanz Festival Ingolstadt, and TanzArt Ost/West. As a teacher, he uses improvisational tools to encourage awareness and cultivate an understanding of movement quality. To further improve his artistic development and refine his ability to communicate movement, Jason joined the Master’s Program Contemporary Dance Education at the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts.

Sun 24.04.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sun 24.04.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Sat 23.04.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sat 23.04.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Fri 22.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Fri 22.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Thu 21.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Thu 21.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Wed 20.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Wed 20.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Tue 19.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Tue 19.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Mon 18.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Allison Brown
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Professional Training

Professional training with Allison Brown

  • Mon 18.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

Apart from almost always being there – to rest upon, to balance, to push from, to gain speed, the floor is one of our first and lifelong teachers. Inviting us to feel ourselves through the feedback it offers to our structure, we will throughout the week find ways to listen to the proposed invitation and find different relationships to how and when.

Allison Brown, living in Frankfurt, Germany, has been making her own work since 1998, starting with the experimental piece “Achtung Honey”. For the Emerging Choreographers program of Ballett Frankfurt she created ‘between: a dance installation’ in 1999 and in 2001 a duet called ‘Fusiform’. In 2003 she choreographed a piece for 8 dancers entitled “Worship the Flaw” for Amanda Miller’s company, Pretty Ugly / Ballett Freiburg. “Grundlicht”, an evening length work, was created in 2006 at the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt. Her most recent production is entitled “just like that” and has been commissioned by the Transitions Dance Company for the 2008 season.
Allison Brown is teaching workshops throughout Europe, North America and Japan. She has participated in numerous symposia, such as the interdisciplinary “Connect – Between Art and Architecture” symposium at the University of Hannover in June 2005 and the “explorationen 07” at PACT Zollverein in October 2007. Her previous dance experience includes New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp and Dancers, Amanda Miller’s Pretty Ugly Dance Company and Saburo Teshigawara’s Karas Company. From 1996 to 2004 she was a member of William Forsythe’s Ballett Frankfurt.

Fri 08.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Luis Lara Malvacías
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Professional Training

Professional training with Luis Lara Malvacías

  • Fri 08.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a simple warm-up focusing on the breathing, internal structure, weight and the body’s articulations. Directed exercises give the opportunity to each of the students to observe and experience their own particularity and range of mobility. As the class progresses we look to integrate the parts of the body and the use of the floor. Towards the end of the class a phrase will be provided to be used for individual explorations: to manipulate it, to follow it, to watch it, to re-interpret or to copy it. This class is the result of personal investigations and is influenced by many years of study of somatic technics and work with Jerem Nelson, Klein-Mahler Technique, Alexander Technique™, BodyMind-Centering® and the Feldenkrais Method.

Luis Lara Malvacías is a Venezuelan choreographer, dancer, dance teacher and multidisciplinary artist. He has danced in the work of Jeremy Nelson (1994 – 2004), David Zambrano, Mark Tompkins, John Jasperse, Yoshiko Chuma, and in his own choreography. He has presented his work in New York since 1994, including DTW, PS122, Danspace Project, the Kitchen and Joyce SoHo among others. In the United States he has taught, created and presented work in several colleges and institutions. Internationally, he regularly teaches and present work in many countries in Europe, South America, North America and Asia. He was a 1998/1999 and 2002/2003 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence and a 2006 Dance New Amsterdam Artist in Residence. He is the recipient of a 2006 NYFA Fellowship for choreography.

Thu 07.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Luis Lara Malvacías
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Professional training with Luis Lara Malvacías

  • Thu 07.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a simple warm-up focusing on the breathing, internal structure, weight and the body’s articulations. Directed exercises give the opportunity to each of the students to observe and experience their own particularity and range of mobility. As the class progresses we look to integrate the parts of the body and the use of the floor. Towards the end of the class a phrase will be provided to be used for individual explorations: to manipulate it, to follow it, to watch it, to re-interpret or to copy it. This class is the result of personal investigations and is influenced by many years of study of somatic technics and work with Jerem Nelson, Klein-Mahler Technique, Alexander Technique™, BodyMind-Centering® and the Feldenkrais Method.

Luis Lara Malvacías is a Venezuelan choreographer, dancer, dance teacher and multidisciplinary artist. He has danced in the work of Jeremy Nelson (1994 – 2004), David Zambrano, Mark Tompkins, John Jasperse, Yoshiko Chuma, and in his own choreography. He has presented his work in New York since 1994, including DTW, PS122, Danspace Project, the Kitchen and Joyce SoHo among others. In the United States he has taught, created and presented work in several colleges and institutions. Internationally, he regularly teaches and present work in many countries in Europe, South America, North America and Asia. He was a 1998/1999 and 2002/2003 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence and a 2006 Dance New Amsterdam Artist in Residence. He is the recipient of a 2006 NYFA Fellowship for choreography.

Wed 06.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Luis Lara Malvacías
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Professional training with Luis Lara Malvacías

  • Wed 06.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a simple warm-up focusing on the breathing, internal structure, weight and the body’s articulations. Directed exercises give the opportunity to each of the students to observe and experience their own particularity and range of mobility. As the class progresses we look to integrate the parts of the body and the use of the floor. Towards the end of the class a phrase will be provided to be used for individual explorations: to manipulate it, to follow it, to watch it, to re-interpret or to copy it. This class is the result of personal investigations and is influenced by many years of study of somatic technics and work with Jerem Nelson, Klein-Mahler Technique, Alexander Technique™, BodyMind-Centering® and the Feldenkrais Method.

Luis Lara Malvacías is a Venezuelan choreographer, dancer, dance teacher and multidisciplinary artist. He has danced in the work of Jeremy Nelson (1994 – 2004), David Zambrano, Mark Tompkins, John Jasperse, Yoshiko Chuma, and in his own choreography. He has presented his work in New York since 1994, including DTW, PS122, Danspace Project, the Kitchen and Joyce SoHo among others. In the United States he has taught, created and presented work in several colleges and institutions. Internationally, he regularly teaches and present work in many countries in Europe, South America, North America and Asia. He was a 1998/1999 and 2002/2003 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence and a 2006 Dance New Amsterdam Artist in Residence. He is the recipient of a 2006 NYFA Fellowship for choreography.

Tue 05.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Luis Lara Malvacías
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Professional training with Luis Lara Malvacías

  • Tue 05.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a simple warm-up focusing on the breathing, internal structure, weight and the body’s articulations. Directed exercises give the opportunity to each of the students to observe and experience their own particularity and range of mobility. As the class progresses we look to integrate the parts of the body and the use of the floor. Towards the end of the class a phrase will be provided to be used for individual explorations: to manipulate it, to follow it, to watch it, to re-interpret or to copy it. This class is the result of personal investigations and is influenced by many years of study of somatic technics and work with Jerem Nelson, Klein-Mahler Technique, Alexander Technique™, BodyMind-Centering® and the Feldenkrais Method.

Luis Lara Malvacías is a Venezuelan choreographer, dancer, dance teacher and multidisciplinary artist. He has danced in the work of Jeremy Nelson (1994 – 2004), David Zambrano, Mark Tompkins, John Jasperse, Yoshiko Chuma, and in his own choreography. He has presented his work in New York since 1994, including DTW, PS122, Danspace Project, the Kitchen and Joyce SoHo among others. In the United States he has taught, created and presented work in several colleges and institutions. Internationally, he regularly teaches and present work in many countries in Europe, South America, North America and Asia. He was a 1998/1999 and 2002/2003 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence and a 2006 Dance New Amsterdam Artist in Residence. He is the recipient of a 2006 NYFA Fellowship for choreography.

Mon 04.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Luis Lara Malvacías
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Professional training with Luis Lara Malvacías

  • Mon 04.04.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

The class begins with a simple warm-up focusing on the breathing, internal structure, weight and the body’s articulations. Directed exercises give the opportunity to each of the students to observe and experience their own particularity and range of mobility. As the class progresses we look to integrate the parts of the body and the use of the floor. Towards the end of the class a phrase will be provided to be used for individual explorations: to manipulate it, to follow it, to watch it, to re-interpret or to copy it. This class is the result of personal investigations and is influenced by many years of study of somatic technics and work with Jerem Nelson, Klein-Mahler Technique, Alexander Technique™, BodyMind-Centering® and the Feldenkrais Method.

Luis Lara Malvacías is a Venezuelan choreographer, dancer, dance teacher and multidisciplinary artist. He has danced in the work of Jeremy Nelson (1994 – 2004), David Zambrano, Mark Tompkins, John Jasperse, Yoshiko Chuma, and in his own choreography. He has presented his work in New York since 1994, including DTW, PS122, Danspace Project, the Kitchen and Joyce SoHo among others. In the United States he has taught, created and presented work in several colleges and institutions. Internationally, he regularly teaches and present work in many countries in Europe, South America, North America and Asia. He was a 1998/1999 and 2002/2003 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence and a 2006 Dance New Amsterdam Artist in Residence. He is the recipient of a 2006 NYFA Fellowship for choreography.

März 2016
Thu 24.03.2016 | 20:00

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  • Thu 24.03.2016 | 20:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main, Saal
  • 12 € / 6 €
Sat 19.03.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training
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Body Mind-Centering® (BMC) - Advanced Training

  • Sat 19.03.2016 | 10:00 - 18:00
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Gesamtpaket € 1.100,- / Studierende € 600,- 1 Wochendkurs regulär € 190,- / Frühbucher € 170,- | Studierende: € 140,- / Frühbucher € 95,- BMC-Einführungskurs (19.3.) € 40,- /Studierende € 20,-

Advanced Training with Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees

We are offering an advanced training course in BMC on 7 intensive weekends at Mousonturm. BMC is a somatic practice, developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen in the 1970’s, to deal with and explore the body in movement. The method focuses on experiencing and incorporating one’s own individual anatomy and physiology (bones, organs, sensory apparatus, fluid system, nervous system, etc.), as well as on early human development. Touch and specific exercises are used to trigger new movement qualities and body awareness. BMC is used e.g. in the fields of movement, yoga, bodywork, somatic studies, ergotherapy and physiotherapy, psychotherapy, early learning, education, voice work, meditation, sports and other body-mind disciplines. No professional experience or qualifications required in order to attend this course.

Dr. Adriana Almeida Pees is a certified Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, Infant-Developmental Movement Educator (IDME) and somatic movement therapist and lecturer for various BMC programmes. She is director of the South American BMC Education Programme at the School for Body-Mind Centering (SBMC) since 2009.

Fri 18.03.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
Professional training with Ildikó Tóth
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Professional Training

Professional training with Ildikó Tóth

  • Fri 18.03.2016 | 10:00 - 11:30
  • Künstlerhaus Mousonturm, Waldschmidtstr. 4, 60316 Frankfurt am Main
  • Einzelkarte € 4,-, 10er-Karte € 25,-, Monatskarte € 40,-

This class draws from experiences with release-based and traditional modern dance techniques, from the work with contact as well as Forsythe improvisation methods and yoga. Class will begin with a simple warm-up on the floor or with improv exercises focusing on establishing a feeling for the center and the basic connections of the moving body as well as an efficient use of weight and breath. Class will continue with exercises at increasingly higher intensity and with an emphasis on an ever larger range of motion, clear and efficient transitions and an appropriate use of dynamic changes. The class culminates with a longer movement sequence meant to give room to apply tech