A 7-day all day course for the professional interested in Julyen Hamilton’s Theatre Works syllabus.

Where: Amsterdam, the Netherlands

When: March 10 – 16th

!Evolving Technique and Making Dances”
Julyen Hamilton”s teaching investigates deeply the creative act and the technique needed to accompany and facilitate it. His vision of technique is one which observes how things are made, how they function and how knowledge, experience and intuition can be used to create the work we each need to make. It naturally enters the world of physiology, philosophy, culture, imagination and the future.
In recent years the compositional elements of major concern have been time, space, objects, music and the voice; they stem from his experience as a dancer who creates and organises material instantly before the public. The basic work is the handling of the body and the !speaking”#from it in space, motion and time. Its coordination and its relationship to the material it creates – and then to the sharing of it in performance. His ability to distil and convey essential principles allows dancers from a wide range of backgrounds to engage in his methodology.

How to apply / register:
Dates : March sunday 10 until saturday 16 (7 days)
Times: daily 11 – 17 hours
Place : Studio Meer en Vaart 290, Amsterdam
Price: 400,-

To register for the workshop, we need a cv, and a letter with your interest in this work at the moment. At the same time, a deposit of 100 € has to be made into account NL35INGB0006164128 in the name of AW Koopmans.

If you have to cancel, we will refund your deposit minus 50 € administration costs if you cancel two weeks before the workshop starts. After that date we cannot refund your deposit. After the start of the workshop there cannot be a refund of the full sum.

Information: weijke@weijkekoopmans.nl

Costs for participants: €400,-

Contact details:
Weijke Koopmans

For further information, please visit http://www.julyenhamilton.com

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