Training

Phyllis Akinyi
Flamenco Lab

Flow
Feeling
Fear
Freedom

This class is a flamenco ‘taster’ but a distinctive kind. We’re investigating the basic elements of flamenco with a focus on the relation between feelings and movement.
We’ll work with different techniques helping the individual dancer to develop their rhythmic abilities in correlation with improvisation and emotional expression.
Together we’ll create a space in which melancholy, anger and joy can co-exist. It’s a class for dancers who are interested in embarking on a journey inwards, and who are curious about polyrhythms, bodily sound, and ancestral movement.

We invite you to participate the whole week but you are also welcome to drop-in. The class will be taught barefoot.

We encourage you to continue looking after yourself & each other and arrive to practice with a valid corona pass.

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Artist

Phyllis Akinyi

Title

Flamenco Lab

Type

Training

Date

12.6–10.2021

Duration

1 hour 30 minutes

Venue

Hotstepper, Hørsholmsgade 20, 2200 København

Credits

(warehouse) taken by Olga Rabetskaya for Yellow Fish Festival (2021) (black box) taken by Rooz Emad (2019)

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Anna Stamp
Connecting Mind and Body

These classes take place 09.30-11.00AM.

The class’s frame builds upon improvisation.
Through guided improvisation, we will wake up our bodies from the inside out. We will open up our imagination and welcome different images and sensations to create sensitivity and energy for our bodies to move. Hopefully, we can let go and allow new creativity to flow and find our bodies in new curiosity and surprise ourselves.

We encourage you to continue looking after yourself & each other and arrive at practice with a valid corona pass.

Get more value for your money – buy an Annual Pass to Dansehallerne. Read more

Artist

Anna Stamp

Title

Connecting Mind and Body

Type

Training

Date

12.2–3.2021

Duration

1 hour 30 minutes

Venue

FORSØGSSTATIONEN, Sønder Boulevard 81, 1720 København V

Credits

Simon Beyer-Pedersen

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