Date(s) - 27/01/2018
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sparsh Studio for Performing Arts
MODERN DANCE WORKSHOP WITH LUCAS VIALLEFOND
Dance Bridges Festival is delighted to present a modern dance workshop with French artist, Lucas Viallefond, a modern dancer and a teacher at the Paris Opera School. http://lucasviallefond.com/en/
Workshop Description: The two-hour class is based on the Jooss-Leeder technique, developed by Hans Züllig and Jean Cébron, with contemporary barre work.
The precise consciousness of one’s body in the space and its dynamics are the ground of this approach. The technical work at the barre allows the upper side of the body and the arms to flow by being well aware of the weight, the swing, the possible oppositions and dissociations. The center of the body is in the continuity of the barre. It uses both the movement quality and sensations, the objective being to master sensations for a better precision and understanding of movement.
Suitability: The class is most suitable for dancers with previous dance training and will be of an Intermediate/Advanced level (age 13+).
Registration: There are limited slots (a maximum capacity of 20 participants) so prior registration is necessary. Call +91 807463292 / + 91 8013510836 to know more details on participation.
Date: 27th January 2018
Time: 3-5 PM
Venue: Sparsh Studio for Performing Arts, 8/1 Jain House, Esplanade East, Chowringhee, North Kolkata-700069
(Close to K. C. Das Sweet Shop)
Venue Contact: +91 96749 79277, +91 98300 19635
Charges: Rs. 400 per person. Discounted price of Rs. 300 for all students (please present a valid student ID at the time of registration.) Special discount price for dancers/students of Buoyant Performing Arts: Rs. 250.
This workshop is supported by Sparsh Studio for Performing Arts, Alliance Française du Bengale and Buoyant Performing Arts.
About Dance Bridges Festival: Dance Bridges Festival is an organization promoting artistic and cultural exchanges between international and local artists in Kolkata and India. The second edition of this biennial international dance festival was held in Kolkata in August 2017. The performances, films, residency project and workshops for the Festival represented more than 70 artists from 17 countries. The Festival now also hosts smaller events on a regular basis. The Festival programme and other associated events is curated by a team based through London, Taipei & Kolkata. For more information on upcoming events, take a look at www.dancebridges.in or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The international open call for Dance Bridges Festival 2019 will be released in July 2018.