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Dancing the NOW | Танцувайки настоящето-TaM, V. Turnovo

07.05 | 19:00 | TaM
Продължителност | Duration: 1h
Two solos by Megan Bridge and Zornitsa Stoyanova | Двe сола на Меган Бридж и Зорница Стоянова
(English below)
// Вечер на нови и експериментални соло изпълнения от Меган Бридж (САЩ) и Зорница Стоянова(БГ/САЩ). Меган ще представи Морфична резонанс (Morphic Resonance), а Зорница ще представи работа в процес, наречена Брутална искреност (Brutal Honesty).
Морфична резонанс е процес, при който самоорганизиращи се системи наследяват памет от предишни подобни системи. В този танц, изпълнен от Меган Бридж с оригинална музика на нейния партньор Питър Прайс, тялото резонира със звука, пространството и това, което го заобикаля в момента. Прайс създава амбиентни, дрониращи електронни звуцови платна. Бридж, от своя страна, създава движещи се светове като архитектури, които са едновременно кинестетично обширни и движeнчески прецизни.
(20 минути)
Стоянова ще представи откъс от своята работа в процес – Brutal Honesty (Брутална искреност/истина), която пройзлиза от имрповизационната практика включваща танц, говорене и пеене с цел да не се цензурира. Чрез разказване на истории и показване на силата в уязвимостта, Стоянова разказва за научения срам и пълното самоприемане. Това соло подтиква към въпросите, както всъшност е личната истина и до колко фантастична е тя.
(20 до 30 минути).
// На 6 и 7 май BodyMeld – experimental contemporary dance platform гостува на ТаМ Велико Търново с два танцови спектакъла и движенчески уъркшоп, водени от американската хореографка Мегън Бридж и Зорница Стоянова.
— 6.05 | 19:00 | Altered States: a performance conversation | 10 лв. (https://fb.me/e/1dOtSptre)
— 7.05 | 11:30-14:00 | Мислейки с тялото – движенческо ателие по импровизация | 15 лв. (https://fb.me/e/CcznujEt)
— 7.05 | 19:00 | Танцувайки настоящето | 10 лв.
Комбиниран билет: 25 лв.
За запазване на места пишете ни на лично съобщение.
* Събитието гостува във Велико Търново с подкрепата на Програма “Достъп” на Фондация “Арт Офис” финансиран от Национален фонд “Култура”.
// ЗА МЕГАН БРИДЖ
Меган Бридж е американски танцьор със световна кариера, хореограф, продуцент и учен в света на танца. Базирана е във Филаделфия. Тя е съдиректор на Fidget, платформа за нейната съвместна работа с композитора, дизайнера и музиколог Питър Прайс.
Бридж е представяла своята хореография в Музея на изкуствата във Филаделфия, FringeArts и много други места във Филаделфия и Съединените щати. По време на турне, изпълненията на Бридж са я отвели в Ню Йорк, Виена, Берлин, Богота, София, Пловдив, Тбилиси, Скопие, Рен, Дрезден, Дюселдорф, Варшава, Краков, Люблин, Битом, Познан, Детройт, Питсбърг, Финикс, Йоханесбург, и Цюрих.
// ЗА ЗОРНИЦА СТОЯНОВА
Зорница Стоянова(САЩ/БГ) е награждаван хореограф, куратор, писател, видео и светлинен дизайнер. През 2006 г. завършва Bennington College със специалност хореография и звуков дизайн. След това се мести в Филаделфия, САЩ където продуцира и представя спектакли и видео под името BodyMeld/БодиМелд. От 2020 г. живее напълно в София, България и продължава да ръководи проектите на БодиМелд в САЩ, както и развива дейността на компанията на родна земя.
Зорница е привърженик на устойчиво развитие на танцовото общество и създава множество програми за подпомагане, сътрудничество и обучение на хореографи. Чрез BodyMeld тя основава и ръководи работилници и артистични резиденции. Като танцьор е работила за Жана Пенчева, Sasha Waltz & Guests, Eiko & Koma, Boris Charmatz, Cie. Willy Dorner, и м.н. други. Стоянова представя сценичните си работи в традиционни и нетрадиционни пространства, като част от местата са St. Marks Church, в Ню Йорк Сити, Live Arts Festival във Филаделфия, ДНК и Национална галерия КВАДРАТ 500 в София, ТАМ във В.Търново, Wanted Festival в Рен, Франция. Канена е на хореографски резиденции в Полша, Румъния, САЩ и България.
Нейните танцови арт филми са участвали във фестивали в САЩ, Мексико, Аржентина, Уругвай, България, Ирландия, Германия и Бангладеш. През май 2023 редстой първата и самостоятелна изложба в България, в галерията на Топлоцентрала, София.
Тя преподава “Техники за импровизация за сцена”, “Танц за камера”, и “Композиция” във Филаделфия, Франция, Унгария, родната си България и онлайн на хора от цял свят.
Зорница е и редактор в thINKingDANCE.net. А като майка на две деца продължава да работи за популяризирането на нуждите на родителите артисти в сценичната индустрия. www.bodymeld.org
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//Dancing the NOW
An evening of new and experimental solo performances by Megan Bridge (USA) and Zornitsa Stoyanova. Megan will perform her improvised solo Morphic Resonance and Zornitsa will offer a work-in-progress showing of her ongoing performance research called Brutal Honesty.
Morphic resonance is a process where self-organizing systems inherit a memory from previous similar systems. In this piece danced by Megan Bridge with original music by her partner, Peter Price, the body resonates with the sound, the space, and the here and now that surround it. Price creates ambient, droning electronic soundscapes, punctuated by percussive loops. Bridge in turn builds movement worlds like architectures that are both kinesthetically expansive and minutely precise. (20min)
Stoyanova will show an excerpt from her work in progress – Brutal Honesty, which involves dancing, talking, and singing with the goal of not censoring oneself. Through storytelling and showing strength in vulnerability, Stoyanova brings up questions about the fantasy surrounding our personal truths, working with ideas of learned shame and self-acceptance. (20 to 30min)
// On May 6 and 7, BodyMeld – an experimental contemporary dance platform is visiting TaM Veliko Tarnovo with two dance performances and a movement workshop led by the American choreographer Megan Bridge and Zornitsa Stoyanova.
— 05/06/2023 | 19:00 – Altered States: a performance conversation | BGN 10 (https://fb.me/e/1dOtSptre)
— 7.05 | 11:30-14:00 | Thinking with the body – movement workshop on improvisation | BGN 15 (https://fb.me/e/CcznujEt)
— 7.05 | 19:00 | Dancing the Present | BGN 10
Combined ticket: BGN 25.
To reserve a spot write us a message.
* The event is hosted in Veliko Tarnovo with the support of the Access Program of the Art Office Foundation, financed by the National Culture Fund.
// ABOUT MEGAN BRIDGE
Megan Bridge is an internationally touring dancer, choreographer, producer, and dance scholar based in Philadelphia. She is the co-director of Fidget, a platform for her collaborative work with composer, designer, and musicologist Peter Price.
Bridge has presented her choreography at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, FringeArts, and many other venues throughout Philadelphia and the United States. On tour, Bridge’s performances have taken her to New York, Vienna, Berlin, Bogotá, Sofia, Plovdiv, Tbilisi, Skopje, Rennes, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Warsaw, Kraków, Lublin, Bytom, Poznań, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Phoenix, Johannesburg, and Zurich.
// ABOUT ZORNITSA STOYANOVA
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 to support independent choreographers in both her locales.
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 mother of two and editor for thINKingDANCE.net. www.bodymeld.org

Date

May 07 2023
Expired!

Time

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: May 07 2023
  • Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Cost

10.00лв.

With

  • Zornitsa Stoyanova
    Zornitsa Stoyanova

    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.

  • Megan Bridge
    Megan Bridge

    Megan Bridge is an internationally touring dancer, choreographer, producer, and dance scholar based in Philadelphia. She is the co-director of Fidget, a platform for her collaborative work with composer, designer, and musicologist Peter Price.
    She is particularly interested in the historical lineages and discursive frameworks that situate her work. Her teaching practice is focused on improvisation and contemporary Western dance. She is currently an adjunct faculty member in the dance departments at Bryn Mawr College and Temple University, where she has taught a variety of studio and lecture classes. She regularly teaches and performs as a guest artist at Universities throughout the Philadelphia area.
    Bridge has worked with Jerome Bel, Willi Dorner, Lucinda Childs, David Gordon, Susan Rethorst, and Group Motion, and has studied with Deborah Hay, Steve Paxton, and Lisa Nelson. She holds a BFA in dance from SUNY Purchase, and an MFA in dance from Temple University where she received a Professional Achievement Award and a Professional Dance Educator Award.
    Bridge has presented her choreography at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, FringeArts, and many other venues throughout Philadelphia and the United States. On tour, Bridge’s performances have taken her to New York, Vienna, Berlin, Bogotá, Sofia, Plovdiv, Tbilisi, Skopje, Rennes, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Warsaw, Kraków, Lublin, Bytom, Poznań, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Phoenix, Johannesburg, and Zurich.
    In 2013 she was named “Best of Philly” for stage performance by Philadelphia Magazine. She has received funding support from American Dance Abroad, USArtists International, and more. She has published articles in Dance Chronicle, Dance Magazine, Pointe Magazine, and at thINKingDANCE.net.

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