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 13 WORKSHOPS

Conducted by International Artists from Sweden, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Germany/Malaysia and Singapore/Malaysia. Meet the contemporary dance’s most celebrated performers and teachers to gain new insights and engage in their technical prowess!

1. Miwa Okuno (Japan) - Movement Efficiency (Intermediate)   [FULL]   
The release technique class taught by Miwa Okuno advocates movement that is natural and flexible with the use of minimum muscle power. Students learn muscle relaxation techniques while still connected to fast, efficient movement.

Date & Time: 17/12/2014 (Wed) 6.30pm-8.00pm
Venue: Studio 1, DPAC

 

2. Justyne Li & Wong Tan-ki (Hong Kong/China) – Technique & Repertory (Intermediate)   [FULL]

Choreographic duo Justyne Lee and Wong Tan Ki of Hong Kong teach contemporary dance technique & repertoire from their company, Neo Dance HK. Watch an excerpt of their award-winning work Galatea X.

Date & Time: 18/12/2014 (Thu) 6.30pm-8.00pm
Venue: Studio 1, DPAC

 

3. Piotr Giro (Sweden) – Process & Principle (Advance)       
Drawn from his experiences as a dancer in Batsheva Dance Company (Israel) and Wim Vandekeybus’ Ultima Vez Dance Company (Belgium), Piotr Giro’s class strengthens the body through contact improvisation, standing work, floor work and correct weight alignment in falling to the floor. Simplicity in manner and style is a key element of the class, focusing on process and core principle.

Date & Time: 18/12/2014 (Thu) 6.30pm-8.00pm
Venue: Studio 2, DPAC

 

4. Kuik Swee Boon (Singapore/Malaysia) - Breath Control & Body Awareness (Intermediate)
In his technique class, Kuik imparts T.H.E’s signature style to students, including the use of breath control and body perception to keep movements grounded and powerful, yet fluid.

Date & Time: 19/12/2014 (Fri) 6.30pm-8.00pm
Venue: Studio 1, DPAC


5. Jin Byoung Cheol (Korea) – Spatial & Body Awareness (Advance)   [FULL]          

Jin Byoung Cheol’s class features movement and technical elements applied in his new creation with Singaporean choreographer Marcus Foo for the Asian Festivals Exchange performance. Spatial movement is created by observing the body’s natural reactions and breath, with isolation of body parts necessary to control the flow of energy.

Date & Time: 19/12/2014 (Fri) 6.30pm-8.00pm
Venue: Studio 2, DPAC            


6. Jin Byoung Cheol (Korea) – Spatial & Body Awareness (Intermediate)    
Jin Byoung Cheol’s class features movement and technical elements applied in his new creation with Singaporean choreographer Marcus Foo for the Asian Festivals Exchange performance. Spatial movement is created by observing the body’s natural reactions and breath, with isolation of body parts necessary to control the flow of energy.

Date & Time: 20/12/2014 (Sat) 1.00pm-2.30pm
Venue: Studio 1, DPAC

 

7. Kim Jae Duk (Korea) – Repertory from Modern Table (Advance)
In his repertory class, Kim teaches excerpts from his creation Earthquake, which premiered at the 2014 Sibu International Dance Festival in Malaysia. Taking on various meanings as physical, psychological and mental shocks, Earthquake was created by Kim for his Korea-based company, Modern Table. Watch Earthquake:
https://vimeo.com/104621849   

Date & Time: 20/12/2014 (Sat) 1.00pm-2.30pm
Venue: Studio 2, DPAC

 

8. Tung I-Fen (Taiwan) – Release Technique (Intermediate)
The technique class is based on the main premises of Release Technique.

The terms verticality and gravity are introduced from the very beginning of the warm up to develop the relationship of the mover with the floor and gain awareness of total alignment. The importance of using the real weight of the extremities, pelvis and thorax will be explored. Self-perception of movement is the main goal in changing previous physical habits, in order to use new perimeters that will help us renounce extra muscular force.

Date & Time: 20/12/2014 (Sat) 5.30pm-7.00pm
Venue: Studio 1, DPAC

 

9. Shintaro Oue (Sweden/Japan) – Contact Improvisation (All Level)          
Shintaro Oue’s technique class focuses on free-flowing, organic contact improvisation, based on his training and experiences in NDT II, Cullberg Ballet and Hamburg Ballet, as well as working with acclaimed choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui.

Date & Time: 20/12/2014 (Sat) 5.30pm-7.00pm
Venue: Studio 2, DPAC

 

10. Kim Jae Duk (Korea) - Movement Flow (Intermediate)   [FULL] 
In his movement flow class Kim imparts concepts such as cultivating awareness of the body, and the physical control to sustain the energy and flow of intense movement.

Date & Time: 21/12/2014 (Sun) 1.00pm-2.30pm
Venue: Studio 1, DPAC

 

11. Kuik Swee Boon (Singapore/Malaysia) - Breath Control & Body Awareness (Advance)
In his technique class, Kuik imparts T.H.E’s signature style to students, including the use of breath control and body perception to keep movements grounded and powerful, yet fluid.

Date & Time: 21/12/2014 (Sun) 1.00pm-2.30pm
Venue: Studio 2, DPAC

 

12. Piotr Giro (Sweden) - Process & Principle (Intermediate)   [FULL]         

Drawn from his experiences as a dancer in Batsheva Dance Company (Israel) and Wim Vandekeybus’ Ultima Vez Dance Company (Belgium), Piotr Giro’s class strengthens the body through contact improvisation, standing work, floor work and correct weight alignment in falling to the floor. Simplicity in manner and style is a key element of the class, focusing on process and core principle.

Date & Time: 21/12/2014 (Sun) 5.30pm-7.00pm
Venue: Studio 1, DPAC

 

13. Kim Jae Duk (Korea) - Movement Flow (Advance)  
In his movement flow class Kim imparts concepts such as cultivating awareness of the body, and the physical control to sustain the energy and flow of intense movement.

Date & Time: 21/12/2014 (Sun) 5.30pm-7.00pm
Venue: Studio 2, DPAC

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