VHS-Course

Cristina Leitão | Eva-Maria Schaller | Ursina Tossi | Victoria Hauke

EINBLICKE IN ZEITGENÖSSISCHES TANZTRAINING

K3 has been offering dance training for professional dance makers since 2007 with weekly rotating international teachers. In this course, five dance teachers (Judith Sánchez-Ruíz, Victoria Hauke, Eva-Maria Schaller, Ursina Tossi, Cristina Leitão) provide participants both with or without prior dance experience the chance to try out various techniques and methods of contemporary dance training.

This course will be in english and in german

 

Open for everyone | no prior experience required

Registration only at VHS Hamburg:
Tel.: 040/427 3 - 12020 | Fax: 040/427 3 - 12038
E-Mail: Nord@vhs-hamburg.de

 

Termine

21.05.2019
19:00 - 21:00
28.05.2019
19:00 - 21:00
04.06.2019
19:00 - 21:00
11.06.2019
19:00 - 21:00
18.06.2019
19:00 - 21:00

Information about the event

Price70€
Hints19:00 - 21:00 | tuesdays | 5 sessions
LocationKampnagel - K32

Cristina Leitão

studied dance in Arnheim, worked for Gabriella Maiorino as dancer and choreographical assistant. She teaches Flying Low in Codarts, Dansateliers Rotterdam, Marameo, etc.

Eva-Maria Schaller

studied Contemporary Dance at Codarts Rotterdam (BA). During and after her studies she worked with Anouk van Dijk, Emio Greco, Stephen Shropshire, Edan Gorlicki, Christine Gaigg, Sabine Glenz and participated as researcher in the EU-Project Dancing Museums. She develops her own choreographic work, recently shown at imagetanz festival/brut wien. Since 2016 she teaches Countertechnique at Tanzhaus Zürich, Codarts Rotterdam, Tanzquartier Wien, etc.

Ursina Tossi

She has worked with Tamaki Serizawa, Filip van Huffel, AkiKato, Isabel Navarro and Johannes Miethke and initiated the all 1-forum, an interdisciplinary plattform for contemporary dance and art. In 2011, she was a recipient of the danceWeb scolarship.

www.ursinatossi.wordpress.com

Victoria Hauke

is interested in the ever-new connections of the body's physical emotionality and its environment. Energetic, somatic and sensory benefits and the interest in shifting aspects of perception of the viewer are important aspects of her work. She created about 50 pieces and installations since 1993 and is teaching in various dance and intermedia study programs, nationally and internationally.