Workshops & training

2016

Workshop in cooperation with Monochrome Circus Dance Company and Villa Kamogawa/Goethe Insitut Kyoto

Date: March 31st and April 1st, Villa Kamogawa Kyoto, Japan

Title: “Solo and group work based on Oral History and Documentary Theatre”

Inscription Open: Contact

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Workshop in cooperation with Shikoku Gakuin University and Goethe Institut Osaka

Date and location: March 17th at Shikoku Gakuin University, Japan

Title: “Solo and group work based on Oral History and Documentary Theatre”

2014

FLOOR-BARRE® – Mon, 08.11. – Fri, 12.11.2014

Venue:
Künstlerhaus Mousonturm / Waldschmidtstr. 4 / 60316 Frankfurt/Main

Fees:
Day ticket 4,- € / 10-visits 25,- € / Month ticket 40,- €

Training description

Zena Rommett Floor-Barre Technique®
Floor-Barre Technique® utilizes the floor without the pressure of gravity, to correct and refine body alignment, strengthen joints, as well as addressing muscular-skeletal functions.

Based on the principles of classical ballet, Zena Rommett Floor Barre® is a gentle and effective method that lengthens and strengthens muscle, releases tension from the neck and lower back, and promotes correct alignment, making adjustments that remain in the muscle memory. These becomes more evident as the participants return to training in the standing position.

Floor-Barre® aids in rehabilitation as well as the prevention of injuries. Suitable for non-dancers, as well as dancers, it can be especially useful for those looking to go back from injury or people suffering from some chronic conditions.

More information under www.floor-barre.org

Please notice: Please wear more formal dance-wear, nothing too baggy to observe how muscles are working.

The class will be taught in English.

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Wednesday 12tth of March 2014, 7 pm | 31 Hemenway Street, studio 301, Boston, MA

Lecture  about Renate Schottilius whose “life history” is the basis for my work “ Die Farce der Suche”  (Renate  was a Dance Division faculty member and choreographer in the 1960s and 70s. at the Boston Conservatory)

 

Friday March 14th  of March 2014, 12:50 – 3:50 | 31 Hemenway Street, studio 301, Boston, MA

Workshop in which students will learn about and have an opportunity to practice oral history technique(s) and experiment with developing movement material based on gathered history.

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AUSSCHREIBUNG:

AKTEURE GESUCHT (Männliche Akteure aus Hamburg werden noch gesucht!!!!)

Freiwillige Akteure für die Aufführung des Tanzstückes

„Libretto“  – gesucht

Für die Abschlussphase ihrer Residenzzeit am K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg sucht die Choreographin Paula Rosolen Menschen verschiedener Altersgruppen aus der Region Hamburg, die generell an Bewegung interessiert sind.

Im Rahmen eines Recherche-Workshops werden mit den TeilnehmerInnen choreographische Formen in Musicals und Musicalfilmen untersucht und einstudiert, die dann Elemente der Bühnenaufführung am K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg (auf Kampnagel) werden.

Vorausgesezt wird das Interesse an Perfomativer Arbeit, sowie die verbindliche Teilnahme an den unten genannten Terminen.

Leider können aufgrund des kappen Budgets keine Unkosten erstattet werden oder Honorare gezahlt werden.

Den Teilnehmern wird jedoch viel Lohnendes geboten:

Den Einblick in die Produktion eines Tanzstückes, das tägliche Warm up -Training, sowie gemeinsames Tanzen und Erlernen von Bewegungsstrukturen.

verbindliche Termine:

  • Workshop: 20. bis 22. Januar / 18. Bis 20. Februar
  • Endproben: 26. bis 28. Februar
  • Vorstellungen 29. Februar, 2. und 3. März 2012 .

Bei Interesse senden Sie bitte Namen, Telefonnummer, ein Foto sowie kurze Angaben zur Person an tanzplan@kampnagel.com oder workshop@paularosolen.com

Einsendeschluss ist der 15. Januar 2012

K3 – Zentrum für Choreographie | Tanzplan Hamburg | Kampnagel

Jarrestr. 20

22303 Hamburg

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NEW COURSE

WS2010-2011 at the Institute for  Applied Theatre Studies in Giessen

Training for the performer and Improvisation Techniques

 

Training for the performer and Improvisation Techniques is divided in two sections. First part consists of a warming up focused on exercises, which provide knowledge of the body functioning, awareness and coordination. It evolves into movement phrases researching the body’s relationship with the floor.

The second part focuses on improvisation as a tool for composition and concentrates on exercises that explore relationships between body presence and the environment. We will develop closed and open structures and set a space for collective creations.

Previous knowledge on dance is welcome but not necessary. The class will be held in English and German.

1st Meeting
29-31.10.2010


MASTER CLASS AT BILGI UNIVERSITY IN ISTANBUL

14.10.2010

http://www.bilgi.edu.tr/

The Master  class focuses on improvisation as a tool for composition and concentrates on exercises that explore relationships between body presence and the environment. We will develop closed and open structures and set a space for collective creations.


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Training for the Performer and Choreographic Practice

(Practical Course S.S. 2010)

Institute for  Applied Theatre Studies in Giessen

 

Training for the performer and choreographic practice is divided into two sections. The first part consists of 1hr. warm up with focus on exercises which provide anatomical awareness, knowledge of the body functioning and coordination training.
The second part is approximately 1’30’’ long and focus on the practice of choreographic methods, for instance Laban, Cunningham/Cage, Trisha Brown principles and Post-modern ideas, Improvisation Technologies, between others. The methods will be studied separately and later applied to develop solos, duos as well as group work.
To participate in this practical course is required to have participated in at least one of the past two bodywork courses.

The course will be held in English.

 

Thursdays from 6:00-8:30pm. Probebühne, Institute for  Applied Theatre Studies, Giessen

More information under:

www.paularosolen.com

 

Seminario Intensivo de Nuevas Tecnologías

para la Improvisación y Composición


Del 13 al 14 de Marzo de 2010

por Paula Rosolen

Este seminario intensivo propone estudiar métodos de improvisación y composición de movimiento. Se trabajará a partir de principios como la disociación, la asimetría de las extremidades y también la lubricación de las articulaciones. Se aprenderán secuencias de movimiento y se trabajará sobre la reconstrucción y reorganización de las mismas en el espacio. A través de la memoria de las trayectorias recorridas e integrando todo conocimiento aprendido, se finalizará con la construcción de solos, dúos y trabajos grupales.

Este seminario está destinado a bailarines.

Cupo máximo: 15 personas

Valor del curso: $200

Día y hora: 13-14.03.2010 / 10:00 a 13:00 hr.

Lugar: El Galpón Multiespacio

Dirección: Dean Funes 1267

(C1244AAA). Capital Federal. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Para inscripción o solicitar más información contactar:

Paula Rosolen

paula_rosolen@yahoo.com.ar

www.paularosolen.com

tel.1530500617

From April 2010

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