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Introduction to choreography

Choreography workshop by Drosia Triantaki

Introduction to choreography workshop

How do we conceive and approach choreography as viewers, dancers, as autonomous bodies, or as interpreters?

Choreography workshop by Drosia Triantaki, targeted at those interested in choreographic creativity as observers, but also as creators. It is a series of self-contained workshops, each with specific thematic content, that can be attended individually, or as a cycle.

date  subject
16/9Material research and organisation for choreographic composition
14/10Research and development of motion material through improvisation
11/11Works of art as a subject in choreographic composition (1900-1940)
16/12Works of art as a subject in choreographic composition (1940-2000)

Drosia Triantaki is a founding member of Die Wolke art group. She is a graduate of Folkwang Universität der Kunst Pina Bausch and State School od Dance in Athens, and a teacher at local dance schools and theatre workshops. She has choreographed performances such as CASCADE: Point of No Return, Discrete Works I+II, 4 Stories, Drops, Aefnis, and more. Besides her work with Die Wolke, she has collaborated with the National Theatre of Northern Greece, dance company Sinequanon, the Thessaloniki Music Hall, M. Siezckarek, B. J. Riepe, Chikako Kaido, R. Leoni, S. Brinkman, and many more.

The workshop is targeted at dancers, actors, architects, performers, artists, and anyone interested in engaging with the structure of human motion in space.

Priority will be given to the earliest applications.

Start time: 12:00
Duration: 4 hours

Dates:

Sundaycode
Sept 16DIEWCH169
Oct 14DIEWCH1410
Nov 11DIEWCH1111
Dec 16DIEWCH1612
Cycle w/ all 4 workshops  DIEWCHALL

Venue: UP - Ptolemaeon 29Α, 5th fl., right above Vitruvian Thing.

Registration:
Normal cost: €25
Earlybird: €20 (20% discount - payment until 6 days before each workshop)
4 workshop cycle: €70 (30% discount - €40 advance payment, €10 each workshop, 1 session free!)

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