Using language and speech while improvising to unearth potential for meaning, decomposing of language, and to focus on self-expression.

Where: Zoom

When: Dec. 7th and Dec. 9th `12NOON – 13:30 EET – or get the recording

Deadline for applications: Dec. 6th

With over 20 years of experience in dance composition and improvisation for the stage – Speaking while dancing became one of the many tools Zornitsa Stoyanova uses in choreography and performance.
So, how do we come up with language in order to begin dancing? Can we perform learned text vs. something completely improvised? What are the tools to get us speaking and moving and most importantly…What are we saying?

Zornitsa has had the amazing opportunity to study different approaches from Deborah Hay, Jeanine Durning, and Fay Driscol to name a few, and develop her own way of working on movement and language through the senses.

Join her in December for a mini-workshop. No-one is turned away for lack of funds and if you can’t make it to the time, you can receive the recording of the class instead.

What we will do together:
– poetic emergence through dance
– using the sensorium body as input to start speaking
– processing memory through movement
– decomposing language
-simple word dance scores
– making meaning from meaningless words
– creating conversations with one word
– presenting the physical through sound, rhythm, and noise – gibberish.

To register, please follow the link:

Costs for participants: Each class is $7-$14 sliding scale. No one turned back for lack of funds.

Contact details: For details or questions, contact Zornitsa Stoyanova directly at

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