Saturday, November 2nd at 12:00
Sunday, November 3rd at 11:00
“This course aims to explore the dialogue between bodies, ideas, space and sound. Through different improvisation techniques through movement we will emphasize the awareness of the environment and our own senses, creating different work scores together. We will discover what a motion score means and what role it has in the process of choreographic composition, constantly adapting to the needs of our body, to the ideas we will stimulate with the help of the group and to the space that will feed our imagination.
The work session will contain some warm-up through various movement techniques with influences from Body Mind Centering, Axis Syllabus, Contact Improvisation, Feldenkrais, followed by an improvisation session and creation of “scores”.
Thus, in an atmosphere of intensive exploration, we will “enter” our bodies discovering how we can use them to outline coherent ideas and to communicate. The dance and improvisation session will be accompanied by discussions useful for understanding the creative process.
Last but not least, we will focus on group cohesion and communication, in order to build together an emotionally intense experience. ”
This workshop takes place within the project CNDB on tour in Brașov.
Cristina Lilienfeld studied choreography and psychology, constantly looking for the point where the two disciplines meet. In recent years she has collaborated and continues to work with various choreographers and dancers but also with visual artists and musicians as part of several interdisciplinary artistic groups.
Her shows “Lay (ers)”, “Not everyone is a hero”, “Brave deeds”, “Moving Fields” as well as numerous shows in which she dances or for which she signed the choreography: “Group choreography”, “In the body”, “Dancer In The Dark”, “The Great Scheme of Things – Fierbinteanu concert”, “A Truth A Lie And A List Of Possibilities” etc. continue to be shown on stages in Bucharest, throughout the country and internationally.
In 2016 she was part of the Dance Roads program through which she traveled to five European countries presenting the show Lay (ers). In 2015 she became a member of the Petec de Cultura association, supporting various interdisciplinary productions created for all age groups. Cristina seeks, both in her artistic activity and in the contemporary dance workshops she supports to highlight the part of authenticity in any situation she comes in contact with.
Participation is free of charge within the available places.
Registrations are made by email at:
National Center for Dance Bucharest
Administration of the National Cultural Fund (AFCN)
The project does not necessarily represent the position of The Administration of the National Cultural Fund. The Administration of the National Cultural Fund is not responsible for the content of the project or the manner in which the results of the project may be used. These are entirely the responsibility of the funding recipient.
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