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! Special: Contact Improvisation Workshop May 13th !

  Visit our brand new website for
T a n z t h e a t e r Adrian Look:

http://tanztheateradrianlook.com


All classes :

(M) = Morley College

Adrian is teaching a regular evening class at The Place, as part of their adult evening classes.

Term dates:
25 April – 04 July

Day: Tuesdays
Time: 6.30 – 8pm
Tickets:
http://www.theplace.org.uk/whats-on/german-tanztheater-level-12-adrian-look

Level 1-2: This class is for students who hold a basic understanding in contemporary or ballet and would like to develop their skills. The class will work further on technique and learning the dynamics of movement phrasing, building confidence and expanding knowledge and performance skills.

For information click here.


Improvisation workshop about the approach of German Tanztheater (Pina Bausch)
Siobhan Davies Studios

In May and June we will have two workshops about the imrovisation approach of German Tanztheater.

Learn the unique approach behind the beautiful expression of Tanztheater, most famously used by Pina Bausch.

Details:

Dates:

May 27
3.15 – 5.15pm
June 24
4.15 – 6.15pm
July 1
1.30 – 3.30pm at Morley College.
https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/courses/2190-monthly-saturday-afternoon-dance-music-impro/3416)

Venue: Siobhan Davies Dance Studios

Price:
Combi ticket (Two dates, (May and June) : £25
Single date: £15

Alternative payment here: Pay online here

Tickets: Eventbrite / Bank transfer


Monthly Tanztheater technique class
The Place

Dates:
May 6
June 3
July 1
Time:18.00 – 20.00
Venue: The Place, Studio 6

Price:
Combi ticket 1 (All three dates May – July): £25
Combi ticket 2 (Two dates until July 1st): £20
Single date: £14

Alternative payment here: Pay online here

Tickets: Eventbrite / Bank transfer


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Dance classes based on the tradition of German Tanztheater, most famously developed by Pina Bausch