Professional training is offered to professional dance makers – dancers, choreographers, dance teachers, dance students, etc. – between September and June in form of weekly open classes at the K32 studio from 10:30 a.m. to noon Monday through Thursday. Classes are taught by a weekly rotating selection of internationally experienced teachers.
Training covers a wide range of contemporary dance techniques, ballet for contemporary dancers and training practices that include e.g. somatics, martial arts or improvisational approaches. The program is curated by Kerstin Kussmaul (Vienna/New Zealand).
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING – TRAINING INTENSIVE
Due to Covid-19, we cannot offer any open classes for professional dancers at the moment. We offer intensive courses with a limited number of participants. Each course lasts 3 days and takes place Monday to Wednesday from 10:30am - 12:30pm. Every fourth week we offer a course online that more dancers can attend. Early registration is recommended. A registration with a short CV at email@example.com is absolutely necessary. You will receive a link to buy a ticket.
conditions of participation
Taking part at the professional training at K3 is only possible for professional dancers and advanced dance students.
We expect from our participants to evaluate their skills and knowledge realistically. The profitraining addresses professional dancers, who are advanced and experienced in the technique or method that is on offer for the week. It does not replace a dance education. For example, being a strong improviser does not imply advanced skills in classes with an emphasis on set phrases, and vice versa.
Participants who are not up to speed with the class level may be asked to leave the training by the trainer or by K3. We regret that in this case a ticket refund will not be possible.
In order to maintain a good communication between all involved we ask potential participants to clarify any questions - regarding level or otherwise – to contact K3 before the training week starts at firstname.lastname@example.org
Feedback and comments are always welcome. Please write to: email@example.com