Сутрешна гоненка – танцова импровизация и композиция със Зорница Стоянова
15лв/клас – елате на всички класове или на тези на които можете.
Регистрацията става на място.
20ти април (сряда) в Студентина
4ти май (сряда) в Студентина
9ти май (понеделник) май в ХОД движенческа лаборатория
11ти май (сряда) в Студентина
16ти (понеделник) май в ХОД движенческа лаборатория
18ти (сряда) май в Студентина
Сутрешна гоненка е поредица от 8 сутрешни класа с цел раздвижване на тялото, духа и фантазията. Ще работим заедно към соло, дует и групови композиционни форми. Ще фокусираме вниманието си над различни начини на взаимодействие и разиграване в пространството. Най-вече ще практикуваме свобода, радост и удоволствие от движещото се тяло, докато усвояваме нови композиционни умения.
Зорница Стоянова разказва за опита си в сценичната импровизация:
Въпроси може да отправяте направо тук или директно към Зорница Стоянова на firstname.lastname@example.org
BGN 15 / class – come to all classes or those you can.
Registration happens on location
April 20 (Wednesday) in Studentina
May 4 (Wednesday) in Studentina
May 9 (Monday) May in HOD movement laboratory
May 11 (Wednesday) in Studentina
16th (Monday) May in HOD movement laboratory
18th (Wednesday) May in Studentina
Morning chase is a series of 8 morning classes created to move the our bodies, spirits, and imagination. We will work together on emergent solos, duets, and group compositional forms. We will focus our attention on different ways of interaction and play in the inside and outside space. Above all, we will practice the openness, joy, and pleasure in our moving bodies as we learn new compositional skills.
Over twenty plus years, I’ve studied contact, compositional and emergent improvisation with teachers from all over the world. My work and research focus on improvisation for performance and I always approach the compositional techniques with an eye toward to presence of the dancer – focusing on methodologies to make my performance alive and in the NOW.
How to Register:
Регистрацията става на място. Моля елате 5-10 мин. по-рано за да може да осъществим всичко. :)
Zornitsa Stoyanova (USA/BUL) is an award-winning performance artist, curator, writer, lighting, and video designer. Based between Sofia, Bulgaria and Philadelphia, US, she directs her company BodyMeld which along with presenting her work, focuses on creating programs in support of independent choreographers in both her locales.
Her stage, video and photographic work uses the female body as an abstract object revealing ideas of strength in female sensuality and emotionality. On stage, she explores feminist ideas, the power dynamics between dancers and audiences, and personal stories revealing vulnerability and strength.
Her last group performance, AndroMeda, was commissioned and presented by The Philadelphia Museum of Art (2020), and her solo performance Explicit Female (2016) was awarded a “Rocky” – the Philadelphia contemporary dance award. Her choreographic work has been shown in festivals around the U.S. as well as in Bulgaria and France. As a dancer, she has performed for Eiko & Koma, Boris Charmatz, Cie. Willy Dorner, Group Motion and improvisation companies Emergent Improvisation Ensemble and Graffito Works. Her work with Emergent Improvisation brought her on the cover of “Composing While Dancing” book by Melinda Buckwalter. Her screendance films have been shown in festivals across the U.S. and in Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, Bulgaria, Ireland, Germany, and Bangladesh. Among her most influential teachers are Deborah Hay, Danny Lepkoff, Meg Stuart, Susan Rethorst, Eva Karczag and others. Her work has been supported by National Cultural Fund of Bulgaria, Citizen for the Arts Pennsylvania, Pew Center for the Arts (previously Dance Advance) amongst others.
Zornitsa is also a supporter for a sustainable dance community and is deeply invested in helping further conversation and collaboration. Through BodyMeld she has created workshops, residencies, and showcases – most notably her partnership with Movement Research(NYC) and Stary Browar Novie Taniec(Poland) in bringing Polish artists to Philadelphia. She teaches improvisation techniques for performance, dance on camera and composition and has done so in Philadelphia, France, Hungary, her native Bulgaria, and online. Zornitsa is also a writer and editor for thINKingDANCE.net.