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How can a moving body ‘speak’? How can musicality manifest itself in movements? And how can we achieve various degrees of expressiveness in each individual body? This inspirational workshop by Belgian dancer and choreographer Femke Gyselinck consists of a two parts. First, we’ll try out all sorts of improvisational exercises to investigate various qualities and dynamics. This will lead us to finding our individual way of moving. The second part of the workshop focuses on ‘writing’ movements by trying to translate the lyrics of a song the into movement.
After her studies at P.A.R.T.S,. Femke Gyselinck worked as a freelance dancer with a.o. Eleanor Bauer, Andros Zins-Browne, Esther Venrooy. For 9 years, she worked as artistic assistant to Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker (Rosas). Currently, she teaches at KASK School of Arts in Ghent. In her own work, Femke searches for a dance language that is closely interwoven with text, music, performativity and expressiveness. In 2018, she made a performance with her musician brother Lander (Flamer) and with Romina Lischka & the Hathor Consort. This year, her performance around Joni Mitchell Moving Ballads premiered and she’ll choreograph the opera Faust.
Language: en, nl
Price (standard): € 50
Prijs (reductietarief): € 40