Join us at NOD International Contemporary Dance Program, 2 weeks workshop led by Andrea Costanzo Martini.
Workshop included into NOD International Contemporary Dance Program and only open to 3 external dancers

Where: NOD Nuova Officina della Danza , Via Mantova 34 Torino, Italy

When: October 24th – November 4th

The workshop will be held according to the COVID -19 regulations. The number of participants is limited. First come first serve.

The workshop will be divided in two parts.
In the first part the students will explore and get familiar with Martini’s repertoire by learning excerpts selected from some of his classic works like “Scarabeo”, “What Happened in Torino” and “Trop”.
The goal will be to understand the choreographer’s language and style and to see how this resonates in their bodies.
In the second part of the workshop the participants will dive into real life choreography making through tasks, development of movement ideas and composition tryouts.
The research will focus into what makes a movement, a scene, a gesture interesting to watch and to interprete
The aim of this investigation is not so much the final product but rather the experience, in a safe space, of a choreographic process and its endless possibilities.

Was born in Cuneo Italy.He graduated in 2004 from the Ballet Academy Heinz Bosl Stiftung in Munich.
After a beginning as a ballet dancer he traveled between Israel and Sweden where he worked for Bathsheba dance Company, Cullberg Baletten, and Inbar Pinto and Avshalom Pollack Dance co.
He performed in Ohad Naharin pieces, Sharon Eyal, Jiri Kylian, Crystal Pite, Alexander Ekman, Benoit Lachambre, Inbal Pinto. Andrea started choreographing in the frame Bathseva lotsrim (Dancers create) between 2007 and 2010 for both the young ensemble and the main company.
In 2009 one of his pieces was chosen for the production of a dance video by videoartist Ori Golan.
In 2011 he created a work for six male dancers from the Cullberg Ballet called “For men only”, performed at the Moderna Dance Theater in Stockholm.
In March 2013 his solo piece “What happened in Torino” received the first price for Dance and Choreography at the Stuttgart Solo Tanz Competition. since then the work has been touring internationally (Israel, Italy, Germany, Switzerland).
Together with his work as performer and choreographer he teaches Gaga and improvisation in various schools and companies (Cullberg Baletten, Swedish Royal ballet, DOCH, and PINTO dance company among others)

How to apply:

Please send your cv and a short video to (1 min. minimum video of your improv that shows your skill, technique , physicality, virtuosity and dynamic movment in the studio)
Only Vimeo or YouTube links no password will be accepted to

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