This week-long workshop will center around learning excerpts from existing Forsythe repertoire, including solo and group work from more than one piece. Dancers can experience the way Forsythe’s choreography focuses on: individuality, coordination, musicality, physical architecture, and the forward-thinking mindset that makes his work so special.

Where: Henny Jurriens Studio, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

When: 13-17 July 11:;30-14:00 daily

Amy Raymond –trained as a classical dancer in Washington D.C and at the Centre De Danse International in Cannes, France. She entered the Dutch National Ballet in 1991 worked with some of today’s leading choreographers including: Hans Van Manen, Edouard Lock, Christopher Bruce, Jan Fabre and William Forsythe.In 2000 she joined Ballet Frankfurt to continue her work with William Forsythe. She has danced and collaborated in many works including Artifact, Herman Shmerman, Endless House, Veritiginous Thrill of Exactitude, EidosTelos, Work within Work, Enemy in the Figure, Bees of the invisible, and Kammer Kammer. She has also danced and collaborated in the works of her colleagues including Dana Casperson, Richard Siegal, Prue Lang, David Dawson, Nathalie Thomas and Georg Reischl. Amy has embarked on her own creative work that has included choreography, multimedia work, and more. She combines an active, creative career with teaching of improvisation workshops and classical dance.

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Costs for participants: € 170,-

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